Boss hires a trio of criminals to hijack a load of Christmas trees bound for Hazzard, knowing that Bo and Luke were responsible for the deliveries and receipt of a $500 down payment. With the community convinced that the Dukes had stolen the funds, the crooks each dress as Santa Claus and break into Boss' safe to retrieve the stolen money. Bo, Luke and Cooter eventually team to give Boss and the bad guys a lesson in confusion. In the end, Boss - who has played the part of Scrooge throughout the episode - gets a lesson in the meaning of the season.
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Did You Know?
In this episode, The Balladeer, Waylon Jennings, issues the line "Boss was as lonely as ol' Waylon Jennings at the Country Music Association awards." In 1980 when this episode was aired, Waylon Jennings had released the album Music Man which contained the single version of "Good Ole Boys" the theme from The Dukes of Hazzard. Neither the album nor the single were nominated at that year's CMA awards in any catagory. See more
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