Old moonshine runners Uncle Jesse and Boss decide to settle who is better, once and for all, in a race in nearby Hatchapee County. However, both of them have to beware of Hatchapee County Sheriff Emmitt Loomis, while Uncle Jesse should be doubly concerned about Boss' scheme to switch water with moonshine. Written by
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Sheriff "Spike" Loomis is named after the famous armored car company; he also uses his spike to "pierce the armor" of runners' cars.. See more
When he moves the detour sign, and gets back in the car, Luke closes the door on the General but they are supposed to be welded shut. See more
References Days of Wine and Roses