K&F Show #69{Yes! It’s The Dukes of Hazzard Star Trek Crossover – S4 Episode 1 of the Dukes of Hazzard

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Here’s the Dukes Review: In our last show Finnegan got what he had always wanted: A review of Two Lane Blacktop. This time, it’s Kibbe’s turn for joy filled senselessness; a Star Trek the Next Generation crossover episode with the Dukes! Well, not quite that, but close-ish. This is the first episode of Season 4 of the Dukes of Hazzard and the guest star is none other than Johanthan Frakes, Commander Riker himself. Commander Riker plays the part of a nephew to Boss Hogg, and as a Hogg relative Commander Riker must steal and connive his way through life. It’s in his blood. Anyway, he fulfills his Star Fleet destiny by counterfeiting money, putting it into boxes of “grits”, and then falling into love with Daisy Duke and getting her to marry him to avoid the eventual damning legal testimony issue he’ll have in court when he gets caught. It fails, Daisy is shunned, the General Lee jumps, and Riker gets beamed back up to the Enterprise (not true, but wouldn’t have that been super awesome)? 

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How to Replace the Windshield in Your Mustang

There’s nothing quite like driving your Mustang down the highway — the wind in your hair, your favorite music on the radio and your tires gripping the pavement. The only thing that could ruin this perfect picture is a rock coming off the big truck ahead of you, leaving a crack spider-webbing across your windshield. Can you repair your windshield, or does it need to be replaced, and is replacement something that you can do yourself?