Meanwhile, Boss worries about reclaiming the trophy won in the derby because his mother's ashes are in it.
Meanwhile, after being in the wrong place at the wrong time, Bo and Luke are targeted by the FBI and the local law.
And Boss has his sights set on getting a tie-in with the syndicate, with a new singer that Starr has to audition for them and Boss, who just happens to be Daisy. Guest starring: Ronnie Schell as Lester Starr; Ginny Parker as Mabel; Clayton Landey as Max; Terry Browning as Ruby; Candy Bleick as Dodie; Wallace Merck as Jojo; Bill Gribble as Carson; J.
Problem is, Molly's no longer dealing with moonshine but in contraband firearms, getting Bo and Luke into worse trouble than usual.
Luke was entering in the annual Hazzard Stock Car Derby until he met a women named Amy Creevy, who has million dollar legs and a lead foot--and she's got Luke's heart revved up!
Meanwhile, the alleged lady deputy helping them escort Marlowe is actually a woman who has a score to settle with Marlowe for not helping her father in his time of need.
Guest starring: Stella Parton as Mary Beth Malone (Officer Price); Leo Gordon as Rocky Marlowe; Norman Alden as Chief Lacey; Robert F.
Loretta Lynn's name (as well as Coulter's) are dubbed over at several places in this episode.
While running from Deputy Enos Strate (Sonny Shroyer) in Cooter Davenport's (Ben Jones) car, Bo and Luke run into a couple of problems: the car they're driving is loaded with moonshine that Cooter was to deliver for Boss, and therefore have to avoid getting caught with it; and secondly they pick up the very pregnant Mary Kaye Porter, who has with her over 0,000 meant for an Atlanta gangster named Quint Mc Quade, who is hot on the money's trail, as well as hers.
Note This was the last episode that was filmed on location in Georgia.
After that all other episodes were filmed in California.
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