When the Dukes leave after helping out at the old lady's house, Bo's driving. When they arrive at the Boar's Nest, Luke is driving.
When Bo, Luke, and Henry are talking in the cemetery about what Boss Hogg is planning on doing, you can see in the background that one of the graves says "Ira Murchinson" on it. That's the same grave that the Dukes saw in a previous episode Duke of Duke.
The boys hide the "water heater" at Cooter's farm. How does Cooter have time to run a farm when he spends all day fixing either the General Lee or Rosco and Enos' patrol cars.
Editor's note: Many who own farms only work them part time or as a hobby and have regular jobs. Such appears to be the case with Cooter here.
When they are all in jail watch as Tom Wopat sits down, you can see he smacks his head on the bar, judging by the look on Toms face it hurt aswell.
At the begining of this episode, Bo and Luke drive Daisy to the Boar's Nest in the General Lee. Later, they use her car to chase the tour bus. How did Daisy's car get there?
There is a funny situation in this episode where the kidnappers connected two police cars with a chain. In one shot the cable is connected below the bumper, and in the other shot the cable is connected to the bumper of what seems to be Enos' police car. It seems the cars bumper did not hold the chain more than 1 pull, like Rosco and Enos did. When you see the close up destroying the 2 cars, the chain is again on the bumper.
Daisy is fired by the Boss & Sheriff Byrd midway through the episode. However, even after she's fired, she still repeatedly talks about her duties as an officer. Wasn't she an ex-officer by that point, meaning that it's no longer her duty? Perhaps it is a responsibility as she's a Duke & the family has morals that often have them entangled in police affairs, but she's adamant that she catches them on her own.
Enos finally gets some real respect & affection from Daisy in this episode while Daisy is a deputy.
One wonders why Daisy was given the $10,000.00 reward for capturing the escaped prisoners when she let them escape in the first place, needed help from almost everyone to recapture them, and it was Grady Byrd who originally apprehended them by himself no less. This was one episode where the "establishment" in Hazzard appeared to be more competent than the Dukes.
When the 2 crooks try to take of in the airplane with Daisy and the pilot, at the end of the episode. Bo and Luke manage to crash the plane. In the following shot you see the cockpit, but the pilot is gone and only 3 people exit the plane. Sheriff Grady Bird replaces Rosco in this episode and arrests 2 crooks, but not the pilot from the airplane. Where did he go ?
Editor's note: Good catch. I noticed this myself.
When Rosco takes off after the Dukes, who are in Cooter / LB's pickup, he is wearing his blue Sheriff's shirt. However, when his car crashes off the road into the pond, he suddenly has his black Sheriff's jacket over his shirt - the footage was lifted from an earlier episode! When he returns to the Boar's Nest, the jacket is gone again!
When the APC crashes into the side of the Boar's Nest at the conclusion of this episode, the interior is clearly a mock-up of Boss Hogg's back room - the room is much smaller than usual, and when Miller and Flint fall onto the wall, the wall moves, revealing it to be flimsy plywood.
This episode is notable for a role reversal with the Duke boys. Luke does most of the driving and Bo does the crazy stunts like diving from a moving car. One thing how did Bo learn to drive the APC?
At the end of this good episode, there is sadly one goof. When the brakes of the APC fail, luke says, "everybody bail out". In the following shot you can see that all 5 passengers jump out of the vehicle, but in the next shot you see the "empty" APC running, but someone is still throwing cigarettes out. Its a very short scene, but the APC had to be empty.
In this episode, we learn through the telephone operator that the Dukes live 18 miles outside of Hazzard, a considerable distance considering in other episodes they seem to make it into town very quickly.
When Daisy's yellow car goes off the edge after Bo and Luke jump out you can see a stunt driver with a yellow helmet pop out of the back seat.
Enos is seen in this episode bass fishing on his day off but why is he wearing his uniform and using his patrol car on his day off?
Editor's note: The car is understandable. In a subsequent episode we learn that Rosco drives his patrol car even when he's off duty. As for the uniform my guess is that the producers were cheap and trying to save money with the wardrobe.
This is the last episode for Daisy's yellow Plymouth Roadrunner/Satellite. Bo and Luke drive it over a cliff, explicitly disobeying Daisy's instructions not to put a speck of dust on it after she just washed it. At the end of the episode Daisy is given the white Jeep by a man who is grateful that the Dukes helped to protect her daughter. However, despite the car being destroyed in this episode, it returns in several following episodes, due to the episodes being broadcast in a considerably different order to which they were filmed. Several episodes also use the cars with different paint jobs, to serve as other cars within the context of stories.
It's mentioned in this town that the Hazzard County seat is named Coryville. This is the only episode where that town is mentioned. In all the others, the county seat is the town of Hazzard where most of the action takes place.
When Bo is tied up on the jeep of one of the car strippers they are arriving at a river and they have a close up shot of him halfway sitting down and then in a wide shot he is standing up.
When the boys leave Granny Annie's, Bo is driving. When they get to the Boar's Nest, Luke is driving.
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