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  1. Well, somebody beat me to the punch announcing this great news, but I will add that the season 5 front cover will have Daisy Duke and the General Lee, which I find appropriate for two reasons: 1: Bo and Luke's absence for 18 episodes. 2: Since Boss Hogg was on the 4th season cover instead of Daisy, she returns to the front cover for this season. Cheers. Will Rodgers The Voice Man
  2. Greetings from Hazzard Tn. After doing a post about Rosco's funniest moments, I got to thinking about another funny repetitive situation. While Boss, Rosco, and Enos have all had crashes in the drink, it seems that Deputy Cletus Hogg has been dunked more times than anybody else, and it seems funnier when he goes into the Hazzard Pond or some form of water. What is your favorite dunking moment with Cletus? Mine is the Great Bank Robbery Season four. Cletus goes into Hazzard Pond 3 TIMES!!! And each time, Waylon has had something fun to comment on. 1: After Cletus's first dunking, he tries to talk to the Dukes, chases them on foot, slips, and falls into some spilled water on the street. Waylons' comment: I swear if it rained soup, ole Cletus's bowl would be upside down. 2: After his second dunking, Waylon says something like: While Cooter was pumping the sludge out of Cletus's car... Again.., 3: Third dunking: CLETUS: Oh no not again! WAYLON: Yes Cletus. Again. That's my favorite of Cletus's dunkings. When I met Rick Hurst, I loved his comment about having to get a wet suit. Cheers. Will Rodgers The Voice Man
  3. Greetings from Hazzard Tn. I've got another idea for a topic about episodes. All TV shows have stupid moments or moments when characters do something that makes you want to smack them upside the head and say "WHAT WERE YOU THINKIN?!" Well, I'm sure there are plenty of moments like that on the Dukes. After watching the uncut version of the Sound of Music: Hazzard Style, I recall my favorite part of the episode, yet it was a stupid situation and both Luke and Cletus get the What were you thinkin smack on the back of their heads. Luke and Cletus? Yep. Same scene, only Waylon sums up Luke's stupid move vocally. THE SITUATION: Following Bo and Luke's battles with Heep and Morton in Mud Flats, Daisy warns the boys that an unmaned construction vehicle is moving toward the parked General Lee. So a very muddy Luke Duke races past the vehicle, executes the best ever hood slide and window climb I've ever seen him do, AND THE CAR WON'T START!!!!! LMAO!!!! To quote Waylon: You know sometimes when you don't always think clear? Like why didn't he just shut er down? I've done that. It isn't until the construction vehicle is treacherously close that the General's stubborness gives way and finally cranks and Luke makes it out of the way in time. Cletus makes the bigger blunder. Ignoring the construction vehicle and the General Lee refusing to turn over, Cletus pulls in right next to Luke. What's funny though is when Bo has to get Cletus out of his squad car and Cletus is pushing against the already opened door. While that scenario is stupid, it is my favorite part of the episode. Do any of you have a What were you thinkin moment with any characters on any episodes? This is the post to place your favorites. Cheers. Will Rodgers The Voice Man
  4. ONLINE NAME: The Voice Man of Hazzard REAL NAME: Will Rodgers AGE: 33 (Turning 34 September 6) LOCATION: South Pittsburg Tennessee (originally from Chattanooga) OCCUPATION: Disc Jockey and Program Director @ WEPG AM 910 FAVORITE TV SHOWS: Dukes of Hazzard of course, The Incredible Hulk!!!!, Dallas, Six Million Dollar Man, Starsky & Hutch Smallville FAVORITE MOVIES: Any live or animated version of BATMAN, Superman and Superman II, Marvel Super Hero movies, DUEL 1971, Harold & Kumar Go To White Castle, comedy movies with Jim Carrey or Sean William Scott, Starsky & Hutch remake, MARITAL STATUS: Forever single. I've given up on women for good!!!! Guess I'm born to be alone. CHILDREN: No way!! No How!! Not Ever!!!!!! HOBBY: Voice Impressionist. I can duplicate countless number of voices. Can talk like all cast members of the Dukes of Hazzard. And can recite One Armed Bandits and Carnival of Thrills word for word voice for voice. OTHER HOBBIES: Singing karaoke, drawing, swimming, excercise, Cheers.
  5. Greetings from Hazzard Tn. With reluctance and yet curiosity, I went and saw the Dukes of Hazzard Movie Friday night in tradition with the night the show originally aired with a college buddy of mine who is also a Dukes fan. We also hooked up with another friend of mine, Billy Stephenson, who was an extra on the set and was very visible in the scene at the race track. Billy is seen walking up the bleachers. Anyway, please note that my review is my own personal opinion and I have no intentions of getting into some flaming arguments. If you disagree with me, that okay, because like one previous poster said, it's our God given right. With this disclaimer aside, here is my review: My opnion of the DUKES OF HAZZARD MOVIE is... NEUTRAL: To quote what others have said, to view this movie and get some enjoyment out of it, you have to view it as something original. If you try to mentally compare it to the original TV series, you will be disappointed. I'm going to start with my negatives and get them out of the way. What really killed this movie for me is Jessica Simpson. I'm sorry folks, but I just downright HATE her. To me, she did a godawful job as Daisy Duke. While Cathy's Daisy also used her beauty and feminine wiles to distract men, Jessica's Daisy just came across as an awful tease. She reminded me of a few girls I've encountered throughout my life whom I now despise. I never liked Jessica prior to this movie and I still don't like her now. To quote or misquote Shania Twain "She don't impress me much". The other thing that ruined it for me was the language or at least one place where it was wrongly used. It didn't bother me as much for Bo and Luke to be cussing given that it's Sean William (Stifler) Scott and Johnny (Jackass) Knoxville in the roles, but the fact that Uncle Jesse, whom I'm used to being the moral backbone of the series said the blasphemous gd word one time. I actually imagined Denver Pyle turning over in his grave when I saw that part. Sorry folks, but I am siding with Ben Jones on this one. It is not a movie to take your kids to if you want to shield them from bad language. Now don't get me wrong. I can handle raw language in some movies like military, police, or comedies like Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle, but there ought to be a time and place for everything and the Dukes movie shouldn't have had the bad language or at least not too much of it. Again folks, this is only my opinion, don't take it as a fact or personally. The only other character that bugged me was Enos. He looked like a total dork. There is no way Daisy could have been attracted to this Enos. He makes the original Enos look like Mr. Olympia. And this Sheev guy I did not care for. I keep thinking he was the crazy cop that went postal in the restaurant in Super Troopers. As for anything else negative, that's it believe it or not. Now for the positives. Aside from Jessica Simpson, Enos, and the negatives, I actually enjoyed this movie more than I thought I would. THE DUKES OF HAZZARD MOVIE reminded me more of Moonrunners and Smokey and the Bandit and to a lesser extent, the first five Georgia filmed episodes of the Dukes TV series. I liked the locations in which this movie was filmed. It had a realistic tone and I am so relieved they did not use the Burbank lot in California. I enjoyed the narration of Junior Brown. he did a great job as the narrator. I am glad they showed respect by playing a portion of Waylon's Good Ole Boys and the beginning. The one original cast member in the movie was the General Lee. I was actually impressed at how it was a more junky car in the beginning with no flag or name tagging on the side and the 01 looked like a grade schooler painted it. I also enoyed the rebirth of the car. BO AND LUKE DUKE: I must admit it will take some getting used to, but I got a kick out of SWS and Knoxville's performances. Bo Duke was a total idiot! But man he was funny! Stifler always makes me laugh no matter what he does. I especially chuckled at the fact that even though Bo had a girlfriend in the end, he was in love with the car and even talked to it like it was a person. LMAO!!! On the series, I liked how Bo was the girl chaser while Luke had more serious relationships. In this new movie, Luke was a womanizer and it kind of reverse manner, when it came to women, Luke got em in trouble and Bo had to get em out of it with his driving skills. UNCLE JESSE: Even though he was vulgar with his language, I must admit, I loved how his first set of jokes was purposely used to lead up to questioning Bo and Luke about the botched shine delivery. BOSS HOGG: Burt Reynolds reminded me more of the Bandit gone into politics. His Boss Hogg was more evil than Sorell Booke's boss and the part where he grabbed Rosco's nose with the kitchen utensil was the only thing that reminded me of their relationship on the series. SHERIFF ROSCO P. COLTRANE: I was dreading MC Ganiney's Rosco because he wasn't played for laughs, but I will give him credit, Rosco as a mean sheriff reminded me more of the neighboring sheriffs on the series, like Sheriff Little, Sheriff Emmett "Spike" Loomis, and Colonel Cassiuss Claiborne. COOTER: This guy did a fairly good job as Cooter and was the only cast member to remind me of the original Cooter only without the CB handle. THE GENERAL LEE: I loved the car chases and jumps and the way the car was handled. Whoever said the stunts were more spectacular was right. WONDER WOMAN!!: I loved Lynda Carter as Pauline. She was great. Though I am bummed out that the muffins dialogue was deleted from the final cut. One more: The addition of Flash!!! That was awesome!!!! And that is my review in a nutshell. How do I compare the movie to the TV series? Give me the TV series over the movie any day. I liked the movie to an extent, but there were several things in it that will forever keep my from fully loving it. Regarding the language, I am siding with Ben Jones on that one. The Dukes of Hazzard was a fun movie, but as far as I'm concerned, I've seen my favorite movie of the year after seeing Batman Begins three times. So once again, my overall feeling the DUKES OF HAZZARD MOVIE is NEUTRAL. Cheers. Will Rodgers The Voice Man
  6. Greetings from Hazzard Tn. With reluctance and yet curiosity, I went and saw the Dukes of Hazzard Movie Friday night in tradition with the night the show originally aired with a college buddy of mine who is also a Dukes fan. We also hooked up with another friend of mine, Billy Stephenson, who was an extra on the set and was very visible in the scene at the race track. Billy is seen walking up the bleachers. Anyway, please note that my review is my own personal opinion and I have no intentions of getting into some flaming arguments. If you disagree with me, that okay, because like one previous poster said, it's our God given right. With this disclaimer aside, here is my review: My opnion of the DUKES OF HAZZARD MOVIE is... NEUTRAL: To quote what others have said, to view this movie and get some enjoyment out of it, you have to view it as something original. If you try to mentally compare it to the original TV series, you will be disappointed. I'm going to start with my negatives and get them out of the way. What really killed this movie for me is Jessica Simpson. I'm sorry folks, but I just downright HATE her. To me, she did a godawful job as Daisy Duke. While Cathy's Daisy also used her beauty and feminine wiles to distract men, Jessica's Daisy just came across as an awful tease. She reminded me of a few girls I've encountered throughout my life whom I now despise. I never liked Jessica prior to this movie and I still don't like her now. To quote or misquote Shania Twain "She don't impress me much". The other thing that ruined it for me was the language or at least one place where it was wrongly used. It didn't bother me as much for Bo and Luke to be cussing given that it's Sean William (Stifler) Scott and Johnny (Jackass) Knoxville in the roles, but the fact that Uncle Jesse, whom I'm used to being the moral backbone of the series said the blasphemous gd word one time. I actually imagined Denver Pyle turning over in his grave when I saw that part. Sorry folks, but I am siding with Ben Jones on this one. It is not a movie to take your kids to if you want to shield them from bad language. Now don't get me wrong. I can handle raw language in some movies like military, police, or comedies like Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle, but there ought to be a time and place for everything and the Dukes movie shouldn't have had the bad language or at least not too much of it. Again folks, this is only my opinion, don't take it as a fact or personally. The only other character that bugged me was Enos. He looked like a total dork. There is no way Daisy could have been attracted to this Enos. He makes the original Enos look like Mr. Olympia. And this Sheev guy I did not care for. I keep thinking he was the crazy cop that went postal in the restaurant in Super Troopers. As for anything else negative, that's it believe it or not. Now for the positives. Aside from Jessica Simpson, Enos, and the negatives, I actually enjoyed this movie more than I thought I would. THE DUKES OF HAZZARD MOVIE reminded me more of Moonrunners and Smokey and the Bandit and to a lesser extent, the first five Georgia filmed episodes of the Dukes TV series. I liked the locations in which this movie was filmed. It had a realistic tone and I am so relieved they did not use the Burbank lot in California. I enjoyed the narration of Junior Brown. he did a great job as the narrator. I am glad they showed respect by playing a portion of Waylon's Good Ole Boys and the beginning. The one original cast member in the movie was the General Lee. I was actually impressed at how it was a more junky car in the beginning with no flag or name tagging on the side and the 01 looked like a grade schooler painted it. I also enoyed the rebirth of the car. BO AND LUKE DUKE: I must admit it will take some getting used to, but I got a kick out of SWS and Knoxville's performances. Bo Duke was a total idiot! But man he was funny! Stifler always makes me laugh no matter what he does. I especially chuckled at the fact that even though Bo had a girlfriend in the end, he was in love with the car and even talked to it like it was a person. LMAO!!! On the series, I liked how Bo was the girl chaser while Luke had more serious relationships. In this new movie, Luke was a womanizer and it kind of reverse manner, when it came to women, Luke got em in trouble and Bo had to get em out of it with his driving skills. UNCLE JESSE: Even though he was vulgar with his language, I must admit, I loved how his first set of jokes was purposely used to lead up to questioning Bo and Luke about the botched shine delivery. BOSS HOGG: Burt Reynolds reminded me more of the Bandit gone into politics. His Boss Hogg was more evil than Sorell Booke's boss and the part where he grabbed Rosco's nose with the kitchen utensil was the only thing that reminded me of their relationship on the series. SHERIFF ROSCO P. COLTRANE: I was dreading MC Ganiney's Rosco because he wasn't played for laughs, but I will give him credit, Rosco as a mean sheriff reminded me more of the neighboring sheriffs on the series, like Sheriff Little, Sheriff Emmett "Spike" Loomis, and Colonel Cassiuss Claiborne. COOTER: This guy did a fairly good job as Cooter and was the only cast member to remind me of the original Cooter only without the CB handle. THE GENERAL LEE: I loved the car chases and jumps and the way the car was handled. Whoever said the stunts were more spectacular was right. WONDER WOMAN!!: I loved Lynda Carter as Pauline. She was great. Though I am bummed out that the muffins dialogue was deleted from the final cut. One more: The addition of Flash!!! That was awesome!!!! And that is my review in a nutshell. How do I compare the movie to the TV series? Give me the TV series over the movie any day. I liked the movie to an extent, but there were several things in it that will forever keep my from fully loving it. Regarding the language, I am siding with Ben Jones on that one. The Dukes of Hazzard was a fun movie, but as far as I'm concerned, I've seen my favorite movie of the year after seeing Batman Begins three times. So once again, my overall feeling the DUKES OF HAZZARD MOVIE is NEUTRAL. Cheers. Will Rodgers The Voice Man
  7. Greetings from Hazzard Tn. There was something I wanted to share on the forums that I thought was rather interesting. I really feel that there were certain common things that the Dukes of Hazzard and the Prime Time Soap Dallas mutually shared. I've always felt strongly about this and this is the first time I'm sharing these thoughts. I really feel the Dukes and Dallas ran parallel to each other because of similar incidents on both shows. 1: GROWING POPULARITY: Even though the Ewings had been on a year before the Dukes, Dallas officially moved to Friday nights on the very same night the Dukes made their debut. And from there, both shows grew together in popularity at the same time. While Hazzard fans couldn't wait to see the Duke boys outrun Rosco P. Coltrane, late night viewers were dying to know Who Shot J.R.? 2: DEPARTURES AND PRODIGAL RETURNS: When both shows reached the peak of their popularities, major cast members left the shows for different reasons and the shows suffered. When Tom Wopat and John Schneider left the Dukes of Hazzard, Bo and Luke were replaced by Coy and Vance and the show suffered. In 1985, Patrick Duffy left Dallas and Bobby Ewing was killed off. Even though it made for a good storyline or two, the show suffered without him and it started to imitate it's ABC competitor Dynasty with Greek characters and odd plots. However, Bo and Luke returned to the Dukes and Coy and Vance left at the same time and all felt right with the world. Meanwhile, after nearly one year, Larry Hagman made an appeal to Patrick Duffy to return to Dallas and he appeared in the final scene lathering it up in the shower. The result? Pam dreamed that Bobby had died. Although it was lame, it was the only logical way to resurrect Bobby from the dead and the show felt right again. Once again, all was right with the world. 3: CHEAP ENDINGS: The Dukes and Dallas got real cheap in their last seasons. The Dukes started filming jump sequences with miniature cars in the final season. This process actually started in Cooter's Confession, the 6th season finale. And for it's last two final seasons, Dallas no longer went to film on location in Texas. It was all California at that point, let alone most of the original cast memebrs were gone by then. 4: REUNION MOVIES: The Dukes and Dallas both had 2 reunion movies each and the first ones were better received than the last ones. 5: ACCENTS: Even though the Dukes are southern and Dallas is in Texas, the accents are at least similar and give you a southern feel to them. 6: GUEST STARS: Morgan Woodward, Morgan Brittany, and Audrey Landers of Dallas all appeared in the Dukes. Morgan Brittany only appeared once while the other two appeared twice. Denver Pyle did two episodes of Dallas in the 12th season in 1990 and still looked like Uncle Jesse. If anyone here who watches or enjoys Dallas, you'll know what I've been talking about. If not, you've learned something new. Cheers. Will Rodgers The Voice Man
  8. Greetings from Hazzard Tn. There was something I wanted to share on the forums that I thought was rather interesting. I really feel that there were certain common things that the Dukes of Hazzard and the Prime Time Soap Dallas mutually shared. I've always felt strongly about this and this is the first time I'm sharing these thoughts. I really feel the Dukes and Dallas ran parallel to each other because of similar incidents on both shows. 1: GROWING POPULARITY: Even though the Ewings had been on a year before the Dukes, Dallas officially moved to Friday nights on the very same night the Dukes made their debut. And from there, both shows grew together in popularity at the same time. While Hazzard fans couldn't wait to see the Duke boys outrun Rosco P. Coltrane, late night viewers were dying to know Who Shot J.R.? 2: DEPARTURES AND PRODIGAL RETURNS: When both shows reached the peak of their popularities, major cast members left the shows for different reasons and the shows suffered. When Tom Wopat and John Schneider left the Dukes of Hazzard, Bo and Luke were replaced by Coy and Vance and the show suffered. In 1985, Patrick Duffy left Dallas and Bobby Ewing was killed off. Even though it made for a good storyline or two, the show suffered without him and it started to imitate it's ABC competitor Dynasty with Greek characters and odd plots. However, Bo and Luke returned to the Dukes and Coy and Vance left at the same time and all felt right with the world. Meanwhile, after nearly one year, Larry Hagman made an appeal to Patrick Duffy to return to Dallas and he appeared in the final scene lathering it up in the shower. The result? Pam dreamed that Bobby had died. Although it was lame, it was the only logical way to resurrect Bobby from the dead and the show felt right again. Once again, all was right with the world. 3: CHEAP ENDINGS: The Dukes and Dallas got real cheap in their last seasons. The Dukes started filming jump sequences with miniature cars in the final season. This process actually started in Cooter's Confession, the 6th season finale. And for it's last two final seasons, Dallas no longer went to film on location in Texas. It was all California at that point, let alone most of the original cast memebrs were gone by then. 4: REUNION MOVIES: The Dukes and Dallas both had 2 reunion movies each and the first ones were better received than the last ones. 5: ACCENTS: Even though the Dukes are southern and Dallas is in Texas, the accents are at least similar and give you a southern feel to them. 6: GUEST STARS: Morgan Woodward, Morgan Brittany, and Audrey Landers of Dallas all appeared in the Dukes. Morgan Brittany only appeared once while the other two appeared twice. Denver Pyle did two episodes of Dallas in the 12th season in 1990 and still looked like Uncle Jesse. If anyone here who watches or enjoys Dallas, you'll know what I've been talking about. If not, you've learned something new. Cheers. Will Rodgers The Voice Man
  9. Here is a simple idea for the cover of a season five DVD release. A photo of the General Lee. Whether parked or in flying mode. The back cover could have a photo of Coy and Vance and the cast members. Cheers. Will Rodgers The Voice Man
  10. Here is a simple idea for the cover of a season five DVD release. A photo of the General Lee. Whether parked or in flying mode. The back cover could have a photo of Coy and Vance and the cast members. Cheers. Will Rodgers The Voice Man
  11. Greetings from Hazzard Tn. I am normally in a good mood when I visit this site and post in the forum. But tonight, I am so angry, I'm seeing red. Redder than Uncle Jesse's hunting cap. RIDDLE ME THIS: WHEN IS A COMPLETE DVD BOXSET OF ANY SEASON OF ANY TV SERIES A TOTAL WASTE OF MONEY? ANSWER: WHEN ONE DANG *%@#! DISC IN THE SET IS DEFECTIVE!!!!!!!! Sorry guys and gals, but I need to vent. I bought the 3rd season of the Dukes of Hazzard boxset at Dukesfest and on the 4th of July, Ben Jones autographed it for me at Cooter's Place in Nashville. It has taken me this long to nearly complete viewing it. Last night, I'm enjoying the Hack of Hazzard when it comes to the scene in Shoveltown right before the fight scene, the $!@% disc starts freezing up and won't move forward or skips and I can't enjoy the rest of the episode!! What's worse, the Canterbury Crock won't play at all!!!! I tried cleaning the disc and it didn't help worth a tinker's d---!!!! I have the same problem with the first season DVD release of Dallas. The last two episodes on the last disc are defective and won't play either. On the 3rd season of Wonder Woman, only one episode on the last disc is defective!!! My two questions are: 1: WHAT GIVES?!!!!!!!! 2: Do any of you have this kind of problem with any TV DVD boxset, whether it be the Dukes or another show? I've already spent near $45 bucks on this set at Dukesfest and now I'll have to spend that much more for another 3rd season boxset just to test and see if that particular disc will work!!! I've already bought the 4th season of the Dukes on DVD and I fear of having this same problem. BTW, Cooter's Place got the boxsets a few days early before the official release. I wonder if the problem might be with WB and their DVD manufacturing dept. because Wonder Woman and Dallas are also owned by WB. All I know is, if I don't find a complete set that works, I'm going to be furious. It's stupid problems like this that make you reconsider throwing out your VCR and VHS tapes. At least they don't freeze up and skip. Once again, I apologize, but I am a disgruntled Dukes fan who just wants to view every episode on DVD without problems. Cheers. Will Rodgers The Voice Man
  12. Greetings from Hazzard Tn. I am normally in a good mood when I visit this site and post in the forum. But tonight, I am so angry, I'm seeing red. Redder than Uncle Jesse's hunting cap. RIDDLE ME THIS: WHEN IS A COMPLETE DVD BOXSET OF ANY SEASON OF ANY TV SERIES A TOTAL WASTE OF MONEY? ANSWER: WHEN ONE DANG *%@#! DISC IN THE SET IS DEFECTIVE!!!!!!!! Sorry guys and gals, but I need to vent. I bought the 3rd season of the Dukes of Hazzard boxset at Dukesfest and on the 4th of July, Ben Jones autographed it for me at Cooter's Place in Nashville. It has taken me this long to nearly complete viewing it. Last night, I'm enjoying the Hack of Hazzard when it comes to the scene in Shoveltown right before the fight scene, the $!@% disc starts freezing up and won't move forward or skips and I can't enjoy the rest of the episode!! What's worse, the Canterbury Crock won't play at all!!!! I tried cleaning the disc and it didn't help worth a tinker's d---!!!! I have the same problem with the first season DVD release of Dallas. The last two episodes on the last disc are defective and won't play either. On the 3rd season of Wonder Woman, only one episode on the last disc is defective!!! My two questions are: 1: WHAT GIVES?!!!!!!!! 2: Do any of you have this kind of problem with any TV DVD boxset, whether it be the Dukes or another show? I've already spent near $45 bucks on this set at Dukesfest and now I'll have to spend that much more for another 3rd season boxset just to test and see if that particular disc will work!!! I've already bought the 4th season of the Dukes on DVD and I fear of having this same problem. BTW, Cooter's Place got the boxsets a few days early before the official release. I wonder if the problem might be with WB and their DVD manufacturing dept. because Wonder Woman and Dallas are also owned by WB. All I know is, if I don't find a complete set that works, I'm going to be furious. It's stupid problems like this that make you reconsider throwing out your VCR and VHS tapes. At least they don't freeze up and skip. Once again, I apologize, but I am a disgruntled Dukes fan who just wants to view every episode on DVD without problems. Cheers. Will Rodgers The Voice Man
  13. It will be on the WB network, so whatever channel is the WB network for you is the channel to watch. Hope this helps.
  14. It will be on the WB network, so whatever channel is the WB network for you is the channel to watch. Hope this helps.
  15. Greetings from Hazzard Tn. Since I haven't seen anything posted on here yet, I thought I'd share the good news. For those of you who watch John Schneider on Smallville, be prepared for a Duke Boys reunion!! Tom Wopat will be guest starring in an episode of Smallville for the fifth season. In it, he'll play a state senator who is a childhood frend of Jonathan Kent. This is one show to set your VCRs for. Cheers. Will Rodgers The Voice Man