The Dukes of Hazzard

Season 4 Episode 5

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Aired Friday 8:00 PM Nov 03, 1981 on CBS
8.4
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A pretty drifter named Mindy Lou overhears Boss and Rosco talking about stealing motorcycles, repainting them and selling them for the upcoming Tri-County motor cross. So Boss orders Rosco to arrest her but she gets away and is found by the Dukes - who try to help her. Johnny Paycheck performs at the Boar's Nest.moreless

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  • When a girl whose father owns an oil company and is practicly a millionare or somethin like that falls in love with a farmer her and father forbids her to marry him he sends her on a cruise she sneaks into the general lee and the dukes getcompletely caughmoreless

    9.0
    I thought it was adventurous. It was packed full of funnt qoutes and adventure. It was completely amzing one of my favorite episodes, besides Days of shine and roses and share and share alike. but i found this one fun and i was sitting on the edge of my seat the whole episode

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • The lights on top of the truck that the Dukes are driving keep changing. At the start of the episode, when Luke and Daisy are following Bo on the motorcycle, there are three lights in the centre of the roof. When Cletus stops the truck, the middle light is missing; but when they drive off again, the light has returned.

  • QUOTES (3)

    • Mindy Lou: I'm fine. Except for a few bumps. Do you always drive like that?
      Bo: No, he only does that when he's being chased by the Sheriff.
      Mindy Lou: It was me he was after.
      Luke: What's Rosco doing chasing a pretty thing like you?
      Mindy Lou: Trespassing, he said.
      Bo: Trespassing? That don't make any sense. Everybody in Hazzard trespasses on everybody else anyway.

    • Bo: Another day, another lost Rosco.

    • [After Johnny Paycheck sings "Take This Job and Shove it."]
      BossAre those the real words to that song?
      Johnny: Them's the exact words. Something wrong with them?
      Boss: Yeah. Kind of...I didn't like it none. Ain't it un-American?
      Johnny: Un-American! Let me tell you something. [Points to Bo and Luke.] See these guys over here, I'm like them. I've always been against the establishment.
      Boss: Look, I was gonna tear up your speeding ticket here. But now, I think I'm gonna have the Sheriff write you another ticket for inciting a riot and disturbing the status quo.
      Johnny: I'll tell you what, you go ahead and do that. Then I'll sing a song which will tell you what you can do with both them tickets.

  • NOTES (2)

    • The late, great Johnny Paycheck performs his classic hit song "Take This Job and Shove It" at the end of this episode.

    • Although shown as part of the 4th season, this episode was produced with the 3rd season. It has the 3rd season version of opening and closing credits.

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