The Dukes of Hazzard (1979–1985)
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Mary Kaye's Baby 

Bo and Luke help family friend Mary Kaye Porter elude a crime boss, who's after the $100,000 trust fund for Mary Kaye's unborn child.

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Luke Duke
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Bo Duke
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Daisy Duke
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Uncle Jesse
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Sheriff Rosco Coltrane
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Cooter
Waylon Jennings ...
The Balladeer (voice)
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Enos
Jeannie Wilson ...
Mary Kaye Porter (as Jeanne Wilson)
Clifford A. Pellow ...
McQuaid (as Cliff Pellow)
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Leo
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Bo and Luke help family friend Mary Kaye Porter elude a crime boss, who's after the $100,000 trust fund for Mary Kaye's unborn child.

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Action | Comedy

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TV-PG
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9 February 1979 (USA)  »

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This is the only episode where the General Lee does not appear. The Duke boys drive a 1975 Plymouth Fury sedan instead (which they blow up during the course of the episode). See more »

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Early in the episode, Mary Kaye says her unborn child is a girl. Later, after the child is born, Daisy Duke, referring to the baby, says the money is "his". POSSIBLE EXPLANAITON" M.K. may have been merely "showing her feminist side" when she initially stated that her baby was a girl; she may not have had an ultrasound. See more »

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Even with a kid in tow, it's still business as usual
7 October 2016 | by See all my reviews

Y'know, if you told me that that there was an episode made without the General Lee, that'd be the one I'd skip. But as it turns out, 'Mary Kaye's Baby' isn't bad at all. A pregnant woman, the mob guys trailing her, and a moonshine running scam orchestrated by (...who else) Boss Hogg. It all sounds like your typical day in Hazzard, and that's what makes this memorable.With the rural locations and the action scenes, there's a real '70s feel to this; a slice of country life, at least as far as this show goes.

Even without the General, the chases are solid, the sibling bickering is good and the boys even take to defending the farm with archery. I dunno what it is, but that's a cool image.

7/10


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