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When he captured two notorious badguys back in Hazzard County, bumpkin deputy Enos was invited to join a Special Branch of the Los Angeles Police. His country manners annoy his black partner Turk and Lt. Broggi, but he functions as a cop nevertheless. Narration is in the form of letters home to Enos' girl Daisy Duke. Written by
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The Mutant Son of The Dukes of Hazzard, McCloud and Gomer Pyle
This is one show that should have been on for more than one year. This was basically a tongue and cheek version of all the so-called "super cop" shows and for the life of me I don't know why it was canceled. The story took naive deputy Enos Strate and move him to the big city of Los Angeles where he and his partner Turk were somehow able to solve every major crime they stumbled upon. This show pretty much had the car chases of the Dukes of Hazzard, the fish out of water premise of McCloud and Enos' innocent nature was very reminiscent of Gomer Pyle. This was a very enjoyable show to watch and even though it had lots of car chases, it didn't have all the violence and gore associated with most cop shows and it was all done very much with tongue firmly planted in cheek. This show was definitely canceled too soon.
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