Daisy accidentally gets her notebook, containing notes for the church play she is directing, switched with a notebook containing the criminal activities of mobster "Nervous" Norman Willis, ... See full summary »

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Daisy accidentally gets her notebook, containing notes for the church play she is directing, switched with a notebook containing the criminal activities of mobster "Nervous" Norman Willis, who comes to Hazzard to collect payment due from Boss. When Willis finds out his notebook is switched, he begins tracking down Daisy, fearing she will take the notebook to the authorities. Written by Brian Rathjen <briguy_52732@yahoo.com>

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24 February 1984 (USA)  »

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The flashing lights on Roscoe's patrol car get crushed when he rolls the car after his encounter with the flatbed truck and cardboard boxes, yet when the Dukes look back to see if Roscoe and Boss are okay, the lights are flashing and undamaged again. See more »

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Boss Hogg: [to Nervous Norman] Don't get Norman, Nervous.
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