While Rosco is chasing the Dukes, a pair of bank robbers runs the sheriff's car off the road. After the car sinks into the lake, the robbers kidnap Rosco. While the town grieves over Rosco's apparent fate, the robbers are plotting their next move: unveiling a third associate, a vicious crook named Woody - who looks exactly like Rosco! Their ultimate scheme is to rob an armored car that is scheduled to arrive at Hazzard Bank. When Bo and Luke expose the phony Rosco, Woody and his associates imprison the Duke cousins at their hideout (along with the real Rosco) so they cannot interfere in their plans. Written by
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Did You Know?
While telling Boss and Enos about Roscoe's apparent drowning, Uncle Jesse stands in front of a framed B&W portrait of President Theodore Roosevelt in a serious-expressioned pose; Jesse's own facial expression and features are remarkably similar to Teddy's in the photo. See more
Bo speaks of the tickets that Roscoe had "tried to give the Dukes earlier that morning", yet the events in question --- and the subsequent car-chase --- had happened the previous morning. See more
Why do you recon it is that sometimes losing an enemy is kind of like losing a friend?
In addition to his usual credit at the start of the show as Sheriff Rosco Coltrane, James Best
also receives a separated credit as 'Woody' during the end credits. See more