Daisy learns that Jessi Colter has recorded a song she wrote. One problem: Where's the royalties she's due? That's what Bo and Luke try to find out as they infiltrate Hazzard County Commissioner "Boss" J.D. Hogg's record piracy operation.

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Waylon Jennings ...
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Lester Starr
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Mabel
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Terry Browning ...
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Daisy learns that Jessi Colter has recorded a song she wrote. One problem: Where's the royalties she's due? That's what Bo and Luke try to find out as they infiltrate Hazzard County Commissioner "Boss" J.D. Hogg's record piracy operation.

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2 February 1979 (USA)  »

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After the Feds' car is rear-ended by the General Lee, its gear-shifter is clearly in a lower gear (the shift-handle is too far downward --- too many "clicks" down from "R" --- to have been in the regular "D" gear) than would be necessary with an automatic transmission, even for travelling on a bumpy gravel road. The driver raises the shifter-handle up more than the usual two "clicks" ("N" and "R") when he shifts it back up to "R". See more »

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