Dukes of Hazzard Season 7 Episode Summaries:
Episode 1 - "Happy Birthday, General Lee"
Written by Si Rose; Directed by Tom Wopat; 9/21/84
Did y'all ever wonder how the Dukes and the General Lee got together? It all began eight years ago...
Episode 2 - "Welcome, Waylon Jennings"
Teleplay by Len Kaufman & Myler Wilder; Story by David R. Toddman, Len Kaufman & Myler Wilder; Directed by Robert Sweeney; 9/28/84
When Waylon Jennings brings his touring museum to Hazzard for charity, Boss thiks of a worthy cause: himself.
Episode 3 - "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Duke"
Written by Len Kaufman & Myler Wilder; Directed by Michael Caffey; 10/5/84
A sip of tainted water turns good ol' Luke into a bad ol' skirt-chasing, back-sassin', bank-robbin' crook.
Episode 4 - "Robot P. Coltrane"
Written by Len Kaufman & Myler Wilder; Directed by Bob Sweeney; 10/12/84
Machine politics: Rosco loses his sheriffing job to a man of mettle...or, metal - a robot!
Episode 5 - "No More Mr. Nice Guy"
Written by Martin Roth; Directed by Ralph Riskin; 10/19/84
A whack upside the head turns ornery Boss Hogg from mean to serene.
Episode 6 - "The Dukes in Hollywood"
Written by Si Rose; Directed by George Bowers; 11/2/84
When the Dukes hightail it to Hollywood to be movie actors, Boss and Rosco tag along.
Episode 7 - "Cool Hands, Luke & Bo"
Written by Michael Michaelian & Michael Sevareid; Directed by Ralph Riskin; 11/9/84
A neighboring boss sends J.D. Hogg a threatening message when he puts the Dukes on a chain gang.
Episode 8 - "Go West, Young Dukes"
Written by Martin Roth; Directed by Don McDougall; 11/16/84
Dear diary. A family journal from 1872 provides clues to the true ownership of the Duke farm.
Episode 9 - "Cale Yarborough Comes to Hazzard"
Written by Len Kaufman & Myler Wilder; Directed by James Best; 11/23/84
Racing legend Cale Yarborough finds the NASCAR circuit tame compared to Hazzard County.
Episode 10 - "Danger on the Hazzard Express"
Written by Si Rose; Director: Sorrell Booke; 11/30/84
Adventure comes barrelin' down the track when Bo and Luke uncover a scheme to sabotage a train.
Episode 11 - "Sittin' Dukes"
Written by Martin Roth; Directed by George Bowers; 12/14/84
Luke once helped put a bad guy behind bars. Now he's in Hazzard, lookin' to settle the score.
Episode 12 - "Sky Bandits Over Hazzard"
Written by Si Rose; Directed by Ralph Riskin; 12/21/84
Robbers use a helicopter to steal an armored car, and let Bo and Luke take the blame.
Episode 13 - "The Haunting of J.D. Hogg"
Written by Len Kaufman & Myles Wilder; Directed by Tom Wopat; 1/4/85
Fright makes right. Bo and Luke conjure up spooks to scare Boss into giving his inheritance to charity, as his departed Uncle Silas intended.
Episode 14 - "When You Wish Upon a Hogg"
Written by Martin Roth; Directed by Michael Caffey; 1/11/85
Hughie Hogg's back in town with a magic lamp, complete with genie to scam his uncle Boss Hogg.
Episode 15 - "Strange Visitor to Hazzard"
Written by Si Rose; Director: Sorrell Booke; 1/25/85
Howdy, stranger! You from around these parts? An extraterrestrial arrives in Hazzard County.
Episode 16 - "Enos and Daisy's Wedding"
Teleplay by Martin Roth & Myles Wilder; Teleplay by Len Kaufman & Myles Wilder; Directed by Tom Wopat; 2/1/85
Looks like a bank robbery and a heap o' complications will lead Daisy to the altar and Eno's lovin' arms.
Episode 17 - "Opening Night at the Boar's Nest"
Written by John Schneider & Si Rose; Directed by John Schneider; 2/8/85
And for my next trick. At the town Talent Show, Coltrane the Greato makes Boss disappear.