Andrew D Charger Chaser

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  1. back (hey, I live in the Arizona desert....)
  2. wings
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  4. In fact, I truly go so far as to say, don't waste your time with either of the motion pictures. Not only wastes, but complete insults to all we cherish and hold as good and decent about the Dukes.
  5. I daresay that's worth a quote right there! Can't do better than that.
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  7. Yeah, has to be Strange Visitor. Was painful and insulting to all involved IMO, including to the alien.... For some strange reason I find a LOT of the final season to be seriously lacking, including the awful models. To me that explained the real reason for the show's demise.
  8. Found another, can't believe I didn't remember. In "Happy Birthday, General Lee", one of the cars in the General's very first race was a '77 Monaco; blue with white racing stripes and a number "66", it was the first one out of the race.
  9. Hey y'all, I found this question interesting when I first came across it some time I've been keeping track as I've been playing through the entire series. If you mean specifically 77 Monacos, I found the villains drove one in the episode "Dead and Alive" (S6 E14). This one started out a beige color, then in the storyline was repainted blue to hide. It's the one Cooter discovered was the one they were looking for when he had to repair some collision damage and found the light color underneath. If you expand to include the same body type with the Plymouth Furys (round-light) you'll find a ton of them in Season 4. Here's what I've found, only missing E7: -Plymouth Fury, blue, owned by Cooter in S1 E3 Mary Kaye’s Baby -Plymouth Fury, green, driven by villains (Mr. & Mrs. Roby) in S3 E15 To Catch a Duke -Earlier (4-round across) driven by Hobie the town drunk S3 E19 Bye, Bye Boss -Plymouth Fury, blue, driven by Private Investigator, S3 E20 The Great Hazzard Hijack -Plymouth Fury, 2-tone brown, driven by Jamie Lee Hogg in S4 E1 Mrs. Daisy Hogg -Plymouth Fury, light blue, driven by fur thieves in S4 E10 Trouble at Cooter’s -Plymouth Fury, brown, driven by NASCAR drivers Boss hired in S4 E11 Goodbye General Lee -2 Plymouth Furys; blue driven by villains, white driven by U.S. Postal Inspector in S4 E18 Miz Tisdale on the Lam -Plymouth Fury, black, driven by villains in S4 E19 Nothin’ But the Truth -Plymouth Fury, blue, driven by villains in S4 E20 Dear Diary -Plymouth Fury, black, driven by villains in S4 E21 New Deputy in Town -Plymouth Fury, black, driven by villains in S4 E22 Birds Gotta Fly -Plymouth Fury, white, driven by villains in S4 E23 Bad Day in Hazzard -Plymouth Fury, black, driven by villains in S4 E25 Share and Share Alike -’77 Dodge Monaco used by villains (started episode light beige color, then repainted blue in the storyline), S6 E14 Dead and Alive
  10. SEASON 5 “Now, wouldn’t that make you wanna sell the farm and run off to the city?” –S5 E2 Dukes Strike it Rich “You know, just when you think you’ve got things under control in Hazzard, you run into a natural Hazzard hazard.” –S5 E2 Dukes Strike it Rich “Things were beginning to smoke like a $2 pistol.” –S5 E4 Coy Meets Girl “The way ol’ Boss eats, he’ll have to run to Miami to work off breakfast.” –S5 E5 The Hazzardgate Tape “…well, he (Boss) was as happy as a rat trapped in a corn crib…'cause he’d have to eat his way out.” –S5 E6 Big Daddy “Now, I ain’t of a suspicious nature, but things are smellin’ a little downwind of the pigpen.” –S5 E6 Big Daddy “There’s a basic rule about being a Duke: if you’re really, truly and totally in a mess, it’s fixin’ to get worse.” –S5 E7 Vance’s Lady “Y’know, working for the Hazzard County roads is like being in the airborne. You ought to get hazard pay. Hazard pay, get it?” –S5 E8 Hazzard Hustle “Now I tell you, if I was riding with a Duke and he said ‘Hold on,’ I would! Tight!” –S5 E8 Hazzard Hustle “That’s gonna wipe Boss cleaner than a plate fulla chicken when the preacher comes to dinner.” –S5 E8 Hazzard Hustle “Friends, just think a minute now. When was the last time that you had to look up to see a wreck?” –S5 E13 The Revenge of Hughie Hogg “Y’see? Them sissies need a chopper to fly!” –S5 E21 Farewell, Hazzard “Y’know, Hazzard County is the only place that I know of that needs an air traffic controller for cars!” –S5 E21 Farewell, Hazzard “…happy as three fat foxes leavin’ the chicken coop with nothin’ but feathers.” –S5 E22 Daisy’s Shotgun Wedding
  11. WAYLONISMS, Season 4: SEASON 4 “It was one of those days when it seems nothing can go wrong…then it does.” –S4 E2 Double Dukes “Their future looked just about as bright as the only chicken in the henhouse, and the preacher comin’ Sunday for dinner.” –S4 E2 Double Dukes “Y’know, them boys are about as funny as finding a rattlesnake in your bed.” –S4 E2 Double Dukes “Sometimes it’s easier to drive in Hazzard County if you stay off the road.” –S4 E5 The Fugitive “I don’t know what they’re gonna use for bait, but if they’re gonna catch ol’ Boss they’d better get a biiiig hook.” –S4 E5 The Fugitive “Wouldn’t you just love to read them job requirements for a Hazzard County deputy?” –S4 E6 The Great Bank Robbery “I swear, if it rained soup, Cletus’ bowl would be upside-down.” –S4 E6 The Great Bank Robbery “This part of Luke’s plan is working like a two-dollar watch.” –S4 E6 The Great Bank Robbery “Once upon a time, there was this very smart Greek fella that said that the shortest distance between two points is a straight line. Well, I can tell ya right now that that fella had never been to Hazzard County.” –S4 E8 10 Million Dollar Sheriff Part 1 “…the biggest poker game in Hazzard since Boss put up Lulu as a bet, hoping to lose. The other guy was bettin’ a cow.” –S4 E9 10 Million Dollar Sheriff Part 1 “Y’know, I wonder if Orville Wright said ‘hang on’ to Wilbur; ‘cause every time Bo says it, something starts to fly.” –S4 E13 Hughie Hogg Strikes Again “Well, friends and neighbors, the odds are stacked against the Dukes like a turkey on the day before Thanksgiving.” –S4 E13 Hughie Hogg Strikes Again “There’s one fish story he ain’t gonna brag about….” –S4 E14 Dukescam Scam “Boy, if them two don’t stick out like a couple of roosters in a room full of ducks….” –S4 E15 The Sound of Music – Hazzard Style “Luck in Hazzard changes faster than gettin’ into your drawers on a winter morning.” –S4 E15 The Sound of Music – Hazzard Style “Hazzard is the only place I know that ain’t got no airport, but still needs a runway.” –S4 E16 Shine On Hazzard Moon "Y’know, ol’ Bo and Luke went to the fair once and rode one of them big time roller coasters. They fell asleep." –Shine On Hazzard Moon “Boss was receiving a phone call that made him lose his appetite…which usually requires something like a war…or bankruptcy.” –S4 E18 Miz Tisdale on the Lam “Yes sir, Boss was in as much trouble as the only chicken in the barnyard when the preacher was comin’ to Sunday dinner.” –S4 E19 Nothin’ But the Truth “Three cars, two lanes. And everybody knows that three don’t go into two without some pieces left over.” –S4 E20 Dear Diary “Man, I tell you, the day they passed out good luck, ol’ Bo and Luke must've been fishing.” –S4 E23 Bad Day in Hazzard “He didn’t even flinch! Duke chickens are tough; you oughtta try to eat one.” –S4 E25 Share and Share Alike “I tell you, being an entrepreneur is a heavy responsibility. Learning that word wasn’t too easy, either.” –S4 E26 The Law and Jesse Duke
  12. WAYLONISMS, Season Six: “Anybody figuring to kidnap Lulu Hogg is figuring on two long shots. The first, it’d be easier to steal a buffalo. And second, who says ol’ Boss will pay to get her back?” –S6 E1 Lulu’s Gone Away “Well, don’t that put a clot in the churn?” –S6 E1 Lulu’s Gone Away “Now, about this time Boss Hogg was having a county budget meeting with Rosco and Enos, who couldn't count a dozen eggs without taking off their shoes.” –S6 E2 A Baby for the Dukes “Y’know, either them jumps are gettin’ longer, or I’m gettin’ older.” –S6 E3 Too Many Roscos “Y’know, them fish in Hazzard Lake have all got battle fatigue.” –S6 E3 Too Many Roscos “The Dukes headed for Hazzard looking for Rosco’s help, a sure sign of desperation.” –S6 E4 Brotherly Love “Now you can't see the wheels spinnin’ in Enos's head, 'cause they're so tiny. But they're really hummin’.” –S6 E4 Brotherly Love “Meanwhile, back in town, Boss was squealing like a stuck hog…which is exactly what he was.” –S6 E6 Boss Behind Bars “Now, the Hazzard Dog Pound ain’t seen so much action since the runaway flea circus hid out there when the carnival got stranded.” –S6 E7 A Boy’s Best Friend “Someday I’m gonna write a book about Hazzard County insurance claims.” –S6 E8 Targets: Daisy and Lulu “It was the best performance since Lulu appeared in the Hazzard Little Theater production of Little Women.” –S6 E8 Targets: Daisy and Lulu “Them two is as slick as two eels in a lard bucket.” –S6 E11 High Flyin’ Dukes “Well, now they’ve riled Uncle Jesse, which is right up there with nude skydiving and eating a rattlesnake headfirst when it comes to things that you ought not do.” –S6 E11 High Flyin’ Dukes “Talk about bad timing. If it was raining soup, ol’ Cooter's bowl would be upside-down.” –S6 E12 Cooter’s Girl “Well, somebody better do something quick, or Hazzard’s gonna look like Sherman’s Army passed through it in a bad mood.” –S6 E12 Cooter’s Girl “And here comes law enforcement’s answer to Dopey and the Seven Dwarves: Rosco P. Coltrane.” –S6 E13 Heiress Daisy Duke “Friends and neighbors, you’re looking at one of the big reasons foreigners don’t really understand us.” (spoken when the General Lee and Sheriff Little’s cars jumped simultaneously during pursuit) –S6 E14 Dead and Alive “I can think of smarter things to do than chase Luke Duke and try to take his woman away from eating a grenade.” –S6 E15 Play it Again, Luke “Meanwhile, Boss was waiting anxiously to hear some good news from Rosco and Enos. There weren’t none.” –S6 E15 Play It Again Luke “That used to work for y’all in Hazzard High football, but it don’t work on cars, boys.” –S6 E16 Undercover Dukes Part 1 “Now this being Hazzard, the quiet life is about as laid back as ol’ J.E.B. Stuart’s cavalry charge.” –S6 E18 How to Succeed in Hazzard “When the fox asks you to watch the henhouse, chances are he’s gonna have chicken, and you’re gonna be stuck with the feathers.” –S6 E18 How to Succeed in Hazzard “Y’know, what everybody really needs is some neighbors like the Dukes. That is, if their cars can take it.” –S6 E20 The Ransom of Hazzard County “Y’know, I been wondering. I understand Flash. But how does Flash understand Rosco?” –S6 E21 The Fortune Tellers “Well, don’t that fill grandma’s drawers with nightcrawlers?” –S6 E22 Cooter’s Confession
  13. And finally my favorite WAYLONISMS from Season 1: “Like my ol’ uncle used to say, ‘There’s trouble, and then – there’s – trouble.’ And the trouble with some trouble is, at first it don’t look like trouble.” –S1 E3 Mary Kaye’s Baby “Ace Parker was Hazzard County’s number two used-car dealer; there weren’t no others. But ol’ Ace just couldn’t be first at anything.” –S1 E4 Repo Men "There was ol' Cooter, stickin' out like a bourbon bottle at a country revival." –S1 E4 Repo Men "Ever have one of them days when you couldn't hit the ground with your hat?" – S1 E4 Repo Men “Now, don’t you wish they had a ride like that in Disneyland?” –S1 E8 The Big Heist "Now, if you folks were heading for the cookies and milk, well, you picked a baaad time..." –S1 E10 Deputy Dukes “Y’all gotta remember that the only difference between an ambulance and a hearse is slow driving and a black paint job.” –S1 E10 Deputy Dukes “Now, in case you’re wondering what’s going on…so – am – I.” –S1 E11 Money to Burn “Friends and neighbors, don’t go stickin’ no fork in it, ‘cause it ain’t done yet.” –S1 E11 Money to Burn
  14. My favorite WAYLONISMS from Season 2: “Now, you know there’s some people who’d rather eat a live rattlesnake headfirst than sit down in a dentist’s chair. Matter of fact, I could’ve said getting Jesse to see a dentist was like pulling teeth. But I got my pride.” –S2 E2 Gold Fever “Now Boss Hogg might not welcome the Dukes, but even if the bank was closed he’d gladly meet a grizzly bear if it had a wallet.” –S2 E2 Gold Fever “Now don’t you worry why Hazzard folks don’t notice the shooting. They didn’t pay any attention to Sherman either, and he burned the town.” –S2 E2 Gold Fever "Rosco just keeps waking up in the morning on the wrong side of the bed…mainly because his bed don’t have no good side.” –S2 E3 The Rustlers “Now getting arrested twice in the same day for the same thing – rustling – you kind of get the feeling that you’re in Texas.” –S2 E3 The Rustlers “You know, Boss’ paving company mixes the only cement that’s thin enough to fish in.” –S2 E5 Road Pirates "Ain't you glad Bo and Luke don't direct traffic at the airport?" –S2 E6 The Ghost of General Lee “Now, the time between Chicamahonny and Hazzard is 21 minutes as the crow flies. But, there ain’t nobody that knows how long it takes as the General Lee flies.” –S2 E11 People’s Choice “…gettin’ itchier than a hound dog in a flea circus.” –S2 E12 Arrest Jesse Duke “Don’t you just hate it when somebody runs right past you? Especially when you don’t even know you’re racing!” –S3 E14 The Runaway “Well, it’s got to be confusing to any normal person; so you can imagine what it does to the Hazzard County law.” –S2 E15 Follow That Still “Y’all know it takes the early bird to catch the worm…which is a pretty good description of Boss Hogg.” –S2 E17 Officer Daisy Duke “Now, if all this changing roads is getting a mite confusing, well, look at the good side. They’re driving it. We’re only watching.” –S2 E17 Officer Daisy Duke “I don’t know about y’all, but if I’d have had a day like ol’ Jesse’s had, I’d get back in bed.” –S2 E20 Return of the Ridge Runners
  15. What's the best airport to fly into for that? Would it be Washington DC?