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Hughie is back!
One problem with the fifth season of the Dukes of Hazzard was they completely disregarded Bo and Luke, after the first two episodes where they sort of made fun of them. They did it again here. Even though Hughie has appeared and fought with Bo and Luke in three or four episodes, he completely overlooked the fact he was battling two different guys.
The episode starts off with Hughie and two henchman recording and taking pictures of Boss Hogg doing another one of his crooked deals. He uses this evidence to make Boss sway his support from Rosco to himself, for the election of Sheriff of Hazzard County. The Dukes decide to give Rosco their support, thinking its better to side with the lesser of two evils and this, of course, gets them in trouble...
That '70s Show (1998)
A refreshing sitcom
That 70s Show is a show based on the life of a 17 year old teenager named Eric Foreman. The show revolves around Eric and his interaction with his friends (Ashton Kutcher as Michael Kelso, Danny Masterson as Steven Hyde, Wilmer Valderrama as Fez and Mila Kunis as Jackie), the girl next door who he has grown up with and has been best friends with since they were kids and they're just starting to explore the other feelings they have for each other (Laura Prepon as Donna Pinciotti) and his parents (Debra Jo Rupp as Kitty Foreman and Kurtwood Smith as Reginald "Red" Foreman). Aregueably the best seasons were in the first three when Eric and Donna are just starting to explore their relationship and letting it blossom, Eric and his friends are in high school and they're messing around like high schoolers do and Kitty and Red are pushing their son towards adult hood in a very unique way. That 70s Show is the modern day Happy Days and lots of fun for the whole family.