K&F Show #214: Barrett Jackson 2022 vs Groundhog Day; Dukes of Hazzard S7E03 Review “Dr Jekyll and Mr Duke”

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Chuck Davis’ Holley equipped Listener Mustang!

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For some reason, this show and Holley go together like tires and smoke – a perfect fit! Check out the description below from listener Check Davis about his recent upgrade on his ’67 Mustang:

“I installed this in my 1967 Mustang along with the in-tank fuel pump 12-305. Since the pump has an internal regulator, I was able to avoid running a return line. The install was pretty simple and fired right up. The winter weather has kept me from driving it too much yet, but after the first 100 miles I am very impressed. The low and mid range throttle response is dramatically better than the old carburetor. I’m running it without timing control for now, but might get a different distributor later to have that control as well. BTW-Holley: I purchased this after hearing about it on the Kibbe and Friends Podcast.” – Chuck Davis

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Season 7 Episode 3 of the Dukes of Hazzard. Image: Warner Bros

Dukes Review: S7E03

“Dr Jekyll and Mr Duke”

K&F Show Summary:

Dukes Review: In possibly the most cost cutting episode of the Dukes of Hazzard ever seen, Luke gets ahold of some genetically altered drugs from big pharma that split his psyche into two and turn him evil and mean. How evil and mean, you ask? So evil and mean that he knocks over mailboxes, robs banks while wielding a gun, and does the worst thing ever – wears tennis shoes! But that’s not the worst of it. This may be the worst Season 7 episode gaffe so far as a miniature police car jumps – and lands – on a miniature flatbed semi trailer – loaded with miniature rubber tires – and bounces then directly upward – and forward – to land in front of and cut off the miniature General Lee. I could puke, but not a miniature one. -4 Corndogs

Legit Episode Info

Season 7, Episode 3
“Dr Jekyll and Mr Duke”
Teleplay by Len Kauffman and Myles Wilder
Directed by Michael Caffey
10/5/1984

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