The Dukes of Hazzard

Season 4 Episode 1

Mrs. Daisy Hogg

Aired Friday 8:00 PM Oct 09, 1981 on CBS

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  • Daisy Duke is marrying a Hogg?

    Bo and Luke get into a little accident with two out of towners. They start to argue at who had the right away when Bo and Luke learn that one of the guys there is Boss Hogg's nephew, Jaime Lee Hogg. Rosco shows up and Jaime and his pal tell their sides of what happened. Rosco just assumes that Bo and Luke are guilty and he takes them into town. When they get to town Daisy, Uncle Jesse, and Cooter get to meet Jaime. Daisy thinks that if he's a Hogg then he ain't worth nothing. Bo and Luke get away, and then Jaime tells Daisy that he'll drop the charges. Daisy starts to think that he ain't like the other Hoggs. Of course, Daisy and Jaime fall in love and Boss and the Dukes don't approve of it. But Jaime and Daisy don't care and they don't stop seeing each other. Eventually, Jaime asks Daisy to marry him and she says yes. Boss and the Dukes try to talk them out of it but they can't. Bo and Luke know that Jaime ain't what he seems to be and they sneak around to find out what he really is like. They find out that he is doing a little bit of counterfeiting and when they get caught sneaking around Jaime's partner ties them up. Then he takes Jaime and Daisy along with them and they try to get out of town. But of course it ain't that easy. Bo and Luke get free and they go after them. During the chase Daisy learns that Jaime only asked her to marry him so she wouldn't be able to testify in court against him. Bo and Luke finally catch them and Daisy's heart is broken. This was a really good episode. It was really nice to see what would happen if Daisy really fell in love. Great episode!
  • Boss Hogg's charismatic nephew moves into town and falls in love with Daisy.

    One of the more memorable episodes of the season. Johnathan Frakes is suprisingly good in his role as a Southern con man, and the underrated Roger Robinson makes a fantastic villian. The closing car chase is also very well done, with Rosco's patrol car being entirely dismantled. The Dukes still have a few goofy lines, and this episode almost makes them seem completely biased against the Hoggs with no reason at all. The fight scenes in the mill are short and pretty lame, and some of the balladeer's lines about counterfeitng are taken verbaitem from Season One's "Repo Men". Worth a look, but the title implies a bit too much.
  • In the season three premeire, J.D. Hogg's nephew comes to visit from Atlanta, but quickly falls in love with Daisy.. DUKE?

    Well I was watching a show earlier. They said their relationship was represented by brocolli and ketchup. Well, that would certainly describe this tragedy. Well I guess it ain't no tragedy for Daisy.

    Well Jamie Lee Hogg, Boss J.D. Hogg's nephew from Atlanta comes to visit his uncle. The Dukes land themselves in a dilemma (when don't they?) when Jamie's car is "HOGGing" the road. They make the Dukes boys have to stop the General and talk to Sadie. Well, apparently when they stop they cause damages to his car, which is taken up, with Mr. Jefferson Davis Hogg.

    So of course J.D. is going to charge the Dukes with something, but after hearing Bo and Luke's cousin, Daisy Duke frequently taking up for them, fighting back with maybe not insults, but just standing up for herself, Jamie falls in love (get in line. lol. but seriously) Sadie drops charges, and Boss knows that means bad news.

    And for once J.D. Hogg and the Duke family pair up to try to stop this. Being in a relationship is one thing, but after being told not to go any further in a relationship with Daisy by Boss Hogg, Sadie asks Daisy to marry her. Though Bo and Luke, and Uncle Jesse have talked to her about it already, she says "Yes."

    But as usual, there is at least one criminal in the episode, and Jamie is just one of three. Jamie Lee and two other masterminds are making counterfeit money in an old factory. Meanwhile, Daisy doesn't know of this-but she soon does when she drops by at Sadie's "work" and notices all the money. She is soon captured so she doesn't say anything.

    Daisy finds out Jamie's not a good guy, after all. So she dumps him, which I, Bo, Luke, Uncle Jesse, Cooter, J.D. Hogg, and Rosco all thought was the right thing to do. Daisy doesn't deserve to be heart broken . . . especially by a jerk, like a Hogg. But ESPECIALLY, a Hogg.

    P.S. great episode
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