Millionaire C.J. Holmes is determined not to allow his daughter, Suzy, to marry Hazzard County farmer Fred Andrews. When Suzy appeals to the Dukes for help, C.J.'s henchmen kidnap Uncle Jesse in a last-ditch effort to stop the wedding. Jesse decides to teach the millionaire a lesson about the dedication and self-sacrifice of farmers. Written by
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Did You Know?
Daisy Duke's original car, was a yellow 1974 Plymouth Roadrunner. It was destroyed when it careened over a cliff, after the breaks went out, as Sheriff, Rosco P. Coltrane was chasing Bo and Luke, in her car. When Bo and Luke realized the brakes wore out and had a big lead of Rosco, as he always liked to try and pursue them. Bo and Luke dove out the Daisy's automobile, less than mile, before the cliff and Daisy's 1974 Plymouth Roadrunner plunged to destruction. With Bo and Luke's big lead, ahead of Rosco. Rosco thought that they were killed, he came to tears thinking his chasing them caused this catastrophe. He did a memorial salute to Bo and Luke Duke, stood still with a minute of silence, right at the cliff, where Daisy's yellow car run off and exploded, on the ground, much further below. Daisy's replacement vehicle (unveiled at episode's end) was a 1980 Jeep CJ7 with a huge eagle decal and the words "Dixie" emblazoned on the hood. After Bo and Luke told Daisy, about her yellow 1974 Plymouth Roadrunner that had bad brakes and was destroyed, she chased Bo and Luke out of the house, with an iron skillet in her hand just before she was given her replacement Jeep. Later, the following day, as she was a brides maid, at the wedding. This episode, like all others, concluded with a happy ending, especially, for Daisy Duke receiving a new Jeep after the successful matrimony. The replacement vehicle, was a gift from Suzy Holmes', (the runaway's father), C. J. Holmes, was a 1980 CJ-7 Jeep and was first noticed two episodes and four weeks earlier in The Dukes of Hazzard: Arrest Jesse Duke
(1979), on Saturday, December 14th, 1979. See more
Roscoe would not have been able to have his cruiser towed by the horses, since without the ignition key he would not have been able to shift the transmission out of "P", and so the car's rear wheels would not have been free to roll. See more
Sheriff Rosco P. Coltrane
Judas Priest on a pony!