Dukes of Hazzard
Dukes of Hazzard Season 4 Episode Summaries:


Episode 1 - "Mrs. Daisy Hogg";
Written by Si Rose; Directed by John Florea; 10/9/81
When Daisy Duke and Boss Hogg's visiting nephew Jamie Lee fall in love and plan to marry, it brings the two families together for the first time - both determined to stop the marriage.

Episode 2 - "Double Dukes";
Written by Martin Roth; Directed by Paul Baxley; 10/16/81
Boss Hogg hires two thugs to dress as Bo and Luke - and outfits them with a duplicate General Lee - to rob an armored truck.

Episode 3 - "Diamonds in the Rough";
Teleplay by Bruce Howard; Story by William Raynor & Myles Wilder; Directed by James Best; 10/23/81
The Dukes find a doll stuffed with stolen diamonds - and become the target of both gem smugglers and Boss Hogg.

Episode 4 - "Coltrane vs. Duke";
Written by Simon Muntner; Directed by Don McDougall; 10/31/81
A phony lawsuit cooked up by Boss Hogg and Sheriff Rosco yanks the family farm out from under the Dukes. Bo and Luke aim to yank it back.

Episode 5 - "The Fugitive";
Written by Kristan Kincade; Director: Don McDougall; 11/3/81
The Dukes help a pretty drifter who overhears Boss and Rosco talk about swiping motorcycles - and has to take it on the lam when the lame lawmen find out.

Episode 6 - "The Great Bank Robbery";
Written by Fred Freiberger; Directed by Denver Pyle; 11/6/81
When Boss Hogg crookely fires his bank janitor one day short of pension eligibility, the man "steals" the money owed from the bank. The Dukes must return the cash before Boss realizes it's gone.

Episode 7 - "Sadie Hogg Day";
Written by Si Rose; Directed by John Florea; 11/13/81
When Boss Hogg finds out he'll be audited for county funds he's embezzled, he tries to use Sadie Hogg Day festivities to frame "honorary country treasurer" Daisy.

Episode 8 - "10 Million Dollar Sheriff, Part 1";
Written by William Raynor & Myles Wilder; Directed by Dick Moder; 11/20/81
Rosco inherits $10 million, becoming Hazzard's richest man. He hires a ruthless bounty hunter to frame Bo and Luke and send them to prison.

Episode 9 - "10 Million Dollar Sheriff, Part 2";
Written by William Raynor & Myles Wilder; Directed by Dick Moder; 11/20/81
New Hazzard kingpin Rosco has a change of heart and a change in financial status.

Episode 10 - "Trouble at Cooter's";
Written by Bruce Howard; Directed by Don McDougall; 11/27/81
Boss Hogg goes into the stolen furs business and when his own thief steals the furs away from him, he accuses Bo and Luke.

Episode 11 - "Goodbye, General Lee";
Written by William Raynor & Miles Wilder; Directed by Denver Pyle; 12/4/81
Boss Hogg has Luke hypnotized to lose faith in the General Lee and get rid of it. The other Dukes must save the car before it's only a memory.

Episode 12 - "Cletus Falls in Love"; Written by Si Rose; Directed by John Florea; 12/11/81
Cletus is smitten with Daisy and Boss Hogg tries to pin a phony bad check on Bo and Luke.

Episode 13 - "Hughie Hogg Strikes Again";
Written by William Raynor & Myles Wilder; Directed by Hollingsworth Morse; 12/18/81
Master of disguise Hughie is back - with a scheme to help Uncle Boss take over Cooter's garage to build his long-dreamed of "Hoggominiums."

Episode 14 - "Dukescam Scam";
Written by Bruce Howard; Directed by Denver Pyle; 1/1/82
Boss Hogg uses a bank-robbery gambit to swindle the Dukes out of their farm.

Episode 15 - "The Sound of Music - Hazzard Style";
Written by Martin Roth; Directed by Hollingsworth Morse; 1/8/82
When Boss Hogg devises a way to steal the money from a Mickey Gilley benefit concert, Bo and Luke are in the middle of things.

Episode 16 - "Shine on Hazzard Moon";
Written by Bruce Howard; Directed by Paul Baxley; 1/15/82
Boss Hogg has a big moonshine deal cooking - and he makes a big deal of framing Bo and Luke for theft to get Jesse to part with his prized moonshine recipe.

Episode 17 - "Pin the Tale on the Dukes";
Written by Bruce Howard; Directed by Don McDougall; 1/22/82
Boss Hogg goes after the boys for destroying a phony radar gun, complicating the Dukes' efforts to help Hector Farley collect money Boss owes him.

Episode 18 - "Miz Tisdale on the Lam";
Written by Si Rose; Directed by John Flores; 1/29/82
Boss' mail-order scam attracts investigation by a postal inspector - and he tries to frame Miz Tisdale. Not if the boys can help it.

Episode 19 - "Nothin' But the Truth";
Written by Martin Roth; Directed by Hollingsworth Morse; 2/5/82
No foolin'! While under a state gambling inspector's watchful eye. Boss Hogg sits on a hypodermic needle full of truth serum.

Episode 20 - "Dear Diary";
Written by Bruce Howard; Directed by Don McDougall; 2/12/82
It's a real page-turner when Rosco loses his diary - full of incriminating detail about every Boss Hogg scam - on the Duke farm.

Episode 21 - "New Deputy in Town";
Written by Si Rose; Directed by Denver Pyle; 2/19/82
A prisoner's escort turns out to be a gorgeous female officer really out to free her jailbird boyfriend.

Episode 22 - "Birds Gotta Fly";
Written by William Raynor & Myles Wilder; Directed by Paul Baxley; 2/26/82
Daisy is offered a stock car racing circuit deal - and Boss Hogg tries to weasel in on co-ownership of her contract.

Episode 23 - "Bad Day in Hazzard";
Written by William Raynor & Myles Wilder; Directed by Gabrielle Beaumont; 3/5/82
Four criminals out to rob a $10-million armored car shipment take over the Boar's Nest with the Dukes and Boss Hogg hostage.

Episode 24-"Miss Tri-Counties";
Written by William Raynor & Myles Wilder; Directed by Paul Baxley; 3/12/82
Boss Hogg takes a bribe from a Miss Tri-Counties contestant - and tries to ensure competitor Daisy Duke loses.

Episode 25 - "Share and Share Alike";
Written by Martin Roth; Directed by Denver Pyle; 3/19/82
A bag of stolen credit cards stashed by thieves make the rounds of Hazzard and sets another sneaky Boss Hogg scheme in motion.

Episode 26 - "The Law and Jesse Duke";
Written by Bruce Howard; Director: James Sheldon; 3/26/82
When Rosco and Cletus go on strike, Boss decides to take advantage of the situation to make some money and undo the Dukes.

Episode 27 - "Dukes in Danger";
Written by Si Rose; Directed by Don McDougall; 4/2/82
When Uncle Jess misses his mortgage payment, Boss Hogg and Rosco hotfoot it out to the Duke farm to foreclose - and right into a hostage situation involving two escaped convicts.





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