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DUKES REVIEW: This Dukes episode is the classic tale that’s as old as time itself; predatory lending, tractor thieving, and media manipulation done by powerful people with their own agenda. Other than the tractor part this could basically be the news in every city every day – so real world lessons here! Anyway, Boss has tractors stolen from people he lent money to to buy them, primarily because the original loans were at a low interest rate. Stick with me here. His evil, devious, yet genius plan was to get people the come to him for new loans on new tractors – which would now happen at the new higher interest rates – and allow him to resell them back their SAME tractors. Even more evil brilliant was the fact that he tricked Daisy Duke into falsely reporting to the media that Bo and Luke were behind it, complete with photo evidence. Never trust what you read in the news, kids. The General goes swimming in this one, so that’s cool. Don’t remember many jumps though. 8 Corndogs.
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Dukes Episode: Where to start. This episode is all about having a love life over the age of 60. An old flame of Jesse’s (and Boss’s) comes back to town to find the treasure left to her by her now-deceased husband. The catch? It’s moonshine – a lot of it – and Bo and Luke have to help her collect it and sell it to Boss without getting caught, else they’ll spend the rest of their lives in prison eating nuclear waste. In the grand scheme of things, not loving this episode is a truly first world problem. It’s great. It’s funny. It’s predictable. The General jumps once. Uncle Jesse meets his long lost love, reunites with her and finds true love again, only to have her leave at the end of the show and she’ll never be mentioned again. The best part is that a police car gets literally cut in half, down the middle, like a peanut butter-and-jelly sandwich.
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Dukes Summary: OK. Here’s the deal. This is a solid enough episode and if Dukes comfort food is what you’re after, it’s aces. The thing is….that’s all it is. They can’t all be a great one like a Jude Emery, a Carnival of Thrills, or a Double Dukes. Even Corndog mailed this one in. Anyway, a father and daughter come to Hazzard in the witness protection program. Bounty hunters are after them thinking they’ll recover some stolen diamonds or something. Then the General Lee jumps and Bo and Luke fake the death of the father and daughter to get the bad guys off of their backs for good. The end.
Due to a hilarious medical error, Boss Hogg thinks he’s dying. He immediately realizes he’s done a ton of greedy evil things in his life, and tries to buy his way into heaven by doing “good deeds” while he can in order to avoid going to Hell. He obviously can’t do that, but it makes for good TV fun. He gives the Dukes their farm, the orphans their orphanage, and the Little League their own…league? Doesn’t matter. The shenanigans really get rolling when he finds out it was all a mistake. And there are bad guys in this one too that should be central to the story, but they really aren’t. The highlight is the cameo by Mr. Belding from “Saved By the Bell”. Solid Hijinks ensue.
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