Rosco is despondent when Flash is dog-napped, having been mistaken for a valuable show dog named Maxine. Flash's captors, who are hoping to claim a large reward for returning the missing ... See full summary »

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Waylon Jennings ...
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Rosco is despondent when Flash is dog-napped, having been mistaken for a valuable show dog named Maxine. Flash's captors, who are hoping to claim a large reward for returning the missing dog, soon learn they have the wrong dog and head toward the Hazzard County Orphanage. That's where withdrawn orphan Terry Lee has bonded with Maxine. When Boss - also after the reward - learns about Maxine's whereabouts, he goes to the orphanage and takes Maxine. The Dukes are soon on the search for both dogs. Written by Brian Rathjen <briguy_52732@yahoo.com>

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11 November 1983 (USA)  »

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The elderly pound-owner initially refers to Maxine as "he" when speaking to J.D. on the phone, but then later correctly refers to the dog as "she" and "her". The dog had been at the pound for quite a while before Boss's call, so the pound-owner would have had plenty of chance to inspect the dog and correctly ascertain its gender. See more »

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Boss Hogg: [to Enos] What are you scratching your head for, dodo, considering there ain't nothing in it?
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Really weak episode
17 May 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The show was well past jumping the shark by now . And this dog kidnapping episode was even more G-rated nonsense. With 2 look alike dogs and a little boy involved. Schneider and Wopat look like they are doing their usual phoning in of their lines and the the rest of the cast the usual boring chew the scenery -the same dirt road chases ,bad fake closeups etc. One thing that I did notice is the strange dubbing of Danny Cooksey's voice - what was with that ? I know it was his first acting gig and he was just an 8 yo kid but what was the reason? It's obvious it's June Forays voice who also did a lot of voice overs for cartoons in the 60's notably Rocky the squirrel.


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