Dukes of Hazzard
Dukes of Hazzard Season 6 Episode Summaries:


Episode 1 - "Lulu's Gone Away";
Written by Len Kaufman & Myles Wilder; Directed by Tom Wopat; 9/23/83
Hoggnapped! When Boss's beloved Lulu is abducted, Bo and Luke are on the case.

Episode 2 - "A Baby for the Dukes";
Written by Si Rose; Directed by Hollingsworth Morse; 9/30/83
Two men and a baby. The boys play papa to a pint-sized stowaway they discover in the General Lee.

Episode 3 - "Too Many Roscos";
Teleplay by Bruce Howard; Story by Calvin Kelly & Bruce Howard; Directed by Harvey Laidman; 10/7/83
The suavest master criminal in Hazzard is... Rosco?! A lookalike thief is a heap o'trouble for the sheriff.

Episode 4 - "Brotherly Love";
Written by Martin Roth; Directed by Michael Caffey; 10/14/83
Luke's long-lost kid brother comes to town, one step ahead of gamblers with a score to settle.

Episode 5 - "The Boar's Nest Bears";
Written by Michael Michaelian & Michael Sevareid; Directed by Tom Wopat; 10/21/83
Hoops, Hazzard style. Bo and Luke reckon they can turn a no-account basketball team into champs.

Episode 6 - "Boss Behind Bars";
Written by Si Rose; Directed by Don McDougall; 10/28/83
Boss is a Hogg in a hoosegow when Rosco snaps his mug shot and slams the jailhouse door.

Episode 7 - "A Boy's Best Friend";
Written by Len Kaufman & Myler Wilder; Directed by Sorrell Booke; 11/11/83
It's doggoned fun when the Dukes give an orphan a basset hound. But dognappers are tailing the pup.

Episode 8 - "Targets: Daisy and Lulu";
Written by Bruce Howard; Directed by Bernard McEveety; 11/18/83
Diamonds aren't a girl's best friend when Daisy and Lulu get the wrong suitcase, packed with hot ice.

Episode 9 - "Twin Trouble";
Written by Si Rose; Directed by Paul Baxley; 11/25/83
What are you doin' with my gal? Identical twin cuties (and thieves!) use the Dukes to cook up an alibi.

Episode 10 - "Enos's Last Chance";
Teleplay by William Raynor, Myles Wilder & Si Rose; Story by Michael Piller; Directed by Ralph Riskin; 12/2/83
Folks in Hazzard are as antsy as a church picnic when an escaped killer comes looking for Enos.

Episode 11 - "High Flyin' Dukes";
Written by Martin Roth; Directed by Ralph Riskin; 12/9/83
Crop-dusting Daisy earns her wings, but a low-down skunk (Boss Hogg?) doctored the dust.

Episode 12 - "Cooter's Girl";
Written by Si Rose; Directed by Don McDougall; 12/30/83
A beautiful Dixie darlin' visits Hazzard. Watch your p's and q's, Dukes - she's Cooter's daughter!

Episode 13 - "Heiress Daisy Duke";
Written by Len Kaufman & Myles Wilder; Directed by Don McDougall; 1/6/84
Daisy is mistaken for a tycoon's granddaughter. And where there's money, there's Boss Hogg.

Episode 14 - "Dead and Alive";
Teleplay by Martin Roth; Story by Martin Roth & Myles Wilder; Directed by James Best; 1/20/84
It's not a pretty picture when Boss schemes to make big bucks off a penniless painter.

Episode 15 - "Play It Again, Luke";
Written by Len Kaufman & Myles Wilder; Directed by Paul Baxley; 1/27/84
They'll always have Hazzard. When his ex-girlfriend is in danger, Luke comes to the rescue.

Episode 16 - "Undercover Dukes Part 1";
Written by Len Kaufman & Myles Wilder; Directed by Paul Baxley; 2/3/84
Life's gooder than grits when the Dukes hit the NASCAR circuit, working undercover for Uncle Sam.

Episode 17 - "Undercover Dukes Part 2";
Written by Len Kaufman & Myles Wilder; Directed by Paul Baxley; 2/10/84
They take their moonshine shaken, not stirred. Secret agents Bo and Luke close in on a crime lord.

Episode 18 - "How to Succeed in Hazzard";
Written by Michael Michaelian & Michael Sevareid; Directed by Harvey Laidman; 2/17/84
She's got their number. A little black book of mobsters' names and addresses falls into Daisy's hands.

Episode 19 - "Close Call for Daisy";
Written by Martin Roth; Directed by Harvey Laidman; 2/24/84
She's got their number. A little black book of mobsters' names and addresses falls into Daisy's hands.

Episode 20 - "The Ransom of Hazzard County";
Written by Si Rose; Directed by Michael Caffey; 3/2/84
The apprentice. Riled over Eno's honesty, Boss hires a deputy who's crookeder than a switchback road.

Episode 21 - "The Fortune Tellers";
Written by Si Rose; Directed by Paul Baxley; 3/23/84
Hocus pocus, y'all. A couple of phony seers figure in Boss Hogg's latest flim-flam scam.

Episode 22 - "Cooter's Confession";
Written by Len Kaufman & Myles Wilder; Directed by Bob Sweeney; 3/24/84
Cooter didn't hijack that truckload of auto parts, so why'd he say "I did it?" The Dukes plan to find out.






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