The Dukes of Hazzard

Season 3 Episode 9

Mrs. Rosco P. Coltrane

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Aired Friday 8:00 PM Dec 12, 1980 on CBS
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After meeting a woman through a computer dating service, Rosco plans to get married and Boss Hogg plans for him to invite everyone in town to his wedding except the Duke - which makes them the only possible suspects for the bank robbery he's arranging to take place during the ceremony - Unaware that Rosco's fiancé and her gang are planning a robbery of their own.moreless

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    Tori Lysdahl

    Tori Lysdahl

    Sue Ann (Bliss) McGraw

    Guest Star

    Lucille Benson

    Lucille Benson

    Mama Coltrane

    Guest Star

    William Sanderson

    William Sanderson

    Collins

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    • TRIVIA (4)

      • It is revealed by Sue Mae that Rosco's full name is Rosco Purvis Coltrane.

      • When the crooks go to sabotage the General, the car is a lot more banged up than it was when Bo & Luke went inside the police station.

      • When Bo and Luke arrive at the Boar's Nest they give Boss Hogg the wanted poster with Sue Ann's picture on it. Boss leaves clutching it. Later when the Dukes are telling Rosco about Sue Ann, Luke pulls the wanted poster out of his pocket to show Rosco.

      • When Bo and Luke arrive at the Duke farm to chase down Roscoe, Uncle Jesse and Daisy jump in the back of the jeep. When they finally catch Roscoe, Uncle Jesse and Daisy are no longer in the jeep.

    • QUOTES (1)

      • Cletus: You'll have to excuse the Sheriff. He's not in his right senses with getting married and all.
        Bo: What?
        Luke: Congratulations, Rosco. Who's the unlucky lady?

    • NOTES (1)

      • Ben Jones (Cooter) does not appear in this episode, though we do hear footage of him (off-screen) saying "Hey y'all" as the Dukes enter his garage at the end of a scene.

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