Dukes of Hazzard
Dukes of Hazzard Season 3 Episode Summaries:


Episode 1 - "Carnival of Thrills";
Written by William Raynor & Myles Wilder; Directed by Dick Moder; 9/16/80
A traveling carnival has Bo and Luke fussin' and feudin' like two tomcats in the same barrel. Then Bo walks away from the farm...and right into a whole mess o' troubles..

Episode 2 - "Enos Strate to the Top";
Written by William Raynor & Myles Wilder; Directed by Rod Amateau; 11/5/80
From Dixieland to LA-LA-land. With the Duke's help, Enos can finally head west to join the LAPD..

Episode 3 - "The Hazzardville Horror";
Written by Si Rose; Directed by Jack Whitman; 11/4/80
The Dukes are in for a boo-dacious adventure in a haunted house where thieves have put stolen silver.

Episode 4 - "And in This Corner, Luke Duke";
Written by Jim Rogers; Directed by Paul Baxley; 11/14/80
Win the fight or lose the farm! To pay a debt, Luke has to float like a butterfly and sting like a skeeter..

Episode 5 - "The Late J.D. Hogg";
Written by Martin Roth; Director: Hollingsworth Morse; 11/21/80
Thinking he's about to meet his maker, Boss tries to avoid the fiery pit with two weeks of good deeds.

Episode 6 - "Uncle Boss";
Written by William Raynor & Myles Wilder; Directed by Hollingsworth Morse; 11/28/80
Who's even sneakier than Boss? His nephew. Now there are two Hoggs to hog every dime in town.

Episode 7 - "Baa, Baa White Sheep";
Written by William Raynor & Myles Wilder; Directed by Dick Moder; 12/5/80
Boss Hogg's twin, who's sweeter'n July peaches, arrives to share an inheritance. Share? With Boss?

Episode 8 - "Mrs. Rosco P. Coltrane";
Written by Si Rose; Directed by Jack Whitman; 12/12/80
Wedding bell blues. Rosco's beautiful bride-to-be has a little secret: she's planning a bank heist.

Episode 9 - "The Great Santa Claus Chase";
Written by Martin Roth; Directed by Denver Pyle; 12/19/80
You know who's naught (Boss) and who's nice (the Dukes). So guess who plots a Christmas-tree heist.

Episode 10 - "Good Neighbors, Duke";
Written by Len Kaufman; Directed by Dick Moder; 1/2/81
A stranger's just a friend you ain't met yet. The Dukes cotton to new neighbors with a mysterious past.

Episode 11 - "State of the County";
Written by Bruce Howard; Directed by Dick Moder; 1/9/81
In a plot to crush Boss Hogg, his rival bombs the Boars Nest.

Episode 12 - "The Legacy";
Written by William Raynor & Myles Wilder; Directed by Hollingsworth Morse; 1/16/81
Is the old flame still a'sparkin'? Uncle Jesse's first love is back in town to collect a debt from Boss Hogg

Episode 13 - "Duke vs. Duke";
Written by William Raynor & Myles Wilder; Directed by Paul Baxley; 1/23/81
In the Hazzard Derby, Bo faces an opponent tougher'n a one-eyed Confederate mule: Luke!

Episode 14 - "My Son, Bo Hogg";
Written by Si Rose; Directed by Rod Amateau; 1/30/81
Daddy Boss! Bo gets amnesia, J.D. Hogg cries "Sonny boy!" and double-dealin' can't be far behind.

Episode 15 -"To Catch a Duke";
Written by Bruce Howard; Directed by Denver Pyle; 2/6/81
They're plumb innocent, honest! Jewel thieves entangle Luke, Bo and Rosco in their crime.

Episode 16 - "Along Came a Duke";
Written by Len Kaufman; Directed by Paul Baxley; 2/13/81
Cousin Jeb Stuart Duke comes a 'visitin' just in time to protect Stonewall Jackson's sword from thieves.

Episode 17 - "By-Line, Daisy Duke";
Written by Martin Roth; Directed by Hollingsworth Morse; 2/20/81
Reporter Daisy Duke sticks closer than green on clover to a hot story about stolen tractors.

Episode 18 - "The Return of Hughie Hogg";
Written by William Raynor & Myles Wilder; Directed by Hollingsworth Morse; 3/6/81
Boss Hogg's polecat nephew schemes to put the Duke boys behind bars.

Episode 19 - "Bye, Bye Boss";
Written by Jim Rogers; Directed by Denver Pyle; 3/13/81
A kidnapper has Boss Hogg-tied and squealing like a piglet. Luke and Bo to the rescue!

Episode 20 - "The Great Hazzard Hijack";
Written by William Raynor & Myles Wilder; Directed by John Florea; 3/27/81
We shall gather at the river - especially after part of $1 million in hijacked loot comes a floatin' by.

Episode 21 - "The Hack of Hazzard";
Written by Len Kaufman; Directed by Paul Baxley; 3/27/81
The fare: $100,000. Cab-driving Dukes don't know stolen gold certificates are stuffed in the back seat

Episode 22-"The Canterbury Crock";
Written by Si Rose; Directed by Dick Moder; 4/10/81
What a deal! For $25, a sweet widder woman sells the Dukes a vase that's really worth a fortune.





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