Scott

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  1. I was very pleased with the trailer. It looks like they got some comedy in it too. WITHOUT SHEEVES!! And without the Stupid Lizard crew.
  2. Boy, it's been a while since I posted anything here...but, fellas, don't be surprised too much if the movie is released with the GL looking an aweful lot like the "Pre-Cooter" GL with the hand painted 01. Maybe, just maybe, the Photoshopped picture that seems to be the only topic here, is only being used to lure us fans in. Hmmm. If WB's showed the Pre-Cooter GL on the cover how many new fans would they get? Who wants to see an old P.O.S. make some jumps? (ME!) Overall, I think the choices made for the new cast are good. Boss Hogg and Roscoe NEED to be comedy players. As far as the others...I couldn't tell ya 'cuz I don't know them. My only actual complaint is they're NOT FILMING IT HERE THIS TIME!!! Sorry bout that...but I was wantin' more fun.
  3. Personally, I'd like to see varying places each year for the Duke Fest. Like you said, so you can have the opportunity to attend as well. Some people can't afford to make a trip to that section of the country.
  4. I did some digging and found out that Dukefest won't be in Louisiana this year, as someone may have said earlier. It'll be the North American General Lee fan club. Still, we should all get the sensory overload of many General Lee's cruising the streets around town!! I believe late June sometime. They're meeting at the same location of the "Final Big Jump" in beautiful (?) downtown Clinton.
  5. 'Preciate that. I actually believe I am officially confused now. Like, my mom has a cat and doesn't know its' sex. Big, black, hairy and really mean. I'm even afraid to lift the tail. Our betting pool says it's a boy though.
  6. Personally, I don't think the original DOH is ruined at all. I think Jay Chandahakacankissmybutt ruined himself with literally millions of faithful fans. Putting "his" spin on "our" show ruined his chances to be taken seriously later on in life. The original Dukes will live on well past our lifetime, such as "The Honeymooners" or "I Love Lucy" or even "The Brady Bunch" (before Greg slept with the mom). I'm sure I'll speak for several people in this forum who I feel I've become friends with since last November...you can knock anything that you want. It's your opinion and your right. But, ease up a bit on the original series now...cuz that's when most of us will get offended. If you haven't noticed, this site is dedicated to the fans of the series and now the movie. I'll refrain from the (BLEEPS) and the (BLANKITY-BLANKS) until later feedback. (Your welcome, Brian) By the way, you can stir the pot all ya want...but we gonna put some Cajun seasoning in there to really get it going. 8)
  7. I just watched one episode where Luke was curled up in the back of Roscoe's car with Flash. When Roscoe got out and left, so did Luke. Luke said "Good girl" to flash. I'm lost. I was thinking Flash was a dude. Maybe Luke lifted the tail farther than we did....
  8. Well said, Brian. But I was hoping for another little "war" of words. I'da been a big boy and aired an open apology later on like Darrell did.
  9. (pssst...periods and commas are on sale over at the HazzardNet Gift Shop...)
  10. Hazzard Productions did do a really good job in mixing up the locations. The "something bounced up into my undercarriage" scene was actually Laurel Street here downtown, on Third Street, but in went right into the New Orleans chases seconds after. I thought it flowed rather seamlessly. The sheriff's department was actually a buddy of mine's place on Choctaw @ Scenic. DMI was closed for several days for all that. Drive by and have a look on the weekend. During the week there's too many trucks on the lot to see the building. And, uh, lock your doors! And although the Interstate traffic scene wasn't done here, it brings back memories of our Refugee Traffic. Woohooo Oh, and to all you non-LSU peoples out there, not all men make passes at other men. That's usually in one or two spots on campus. I generally stay away from those places. I'm not one for the leather ass-less chaps crowd.
  11. Not that I'm nit-picky...but what about the scene in the beginning with Bo "gripping the steering wheel" while listening to the cassette tape. The father/hunter/turkey blower-upper initially knocked on the General Lee with the shotgun in his right hand. Then, suddenly the shotgun's in his left hand. I've turned into my dad with movie bloopers. He used to stop a whole movie and rewind it just to show us the wire holding this or that up. I'm not that bad...yet.
  12. That was kinda cool seeing all the familiar sites throughout the movie. The best was the chase through "Atlanta". My mom watched it for the first time yesterday and we had to explain the chase scene. "That's Atlanta". "Now THAT's New Orleans." "Downtown Baton Rouge" "Back to New Orleans" Of course she recognized the interstate scene as Baton Rouge. Being a super mom, we watched the chase scene 2 more times. The movie may not have been all that, but like I said even before the movie came out...the stunts alone will be worth the admission price! As far as LSU pedestrians...I've come close too many times to just plowing over them myself. LSU is a "walking" campus so they think they have the right of way. Okay, so they do...but my car weighs more than them, so therefore I win. Except the ones in short-shorts...or skirts...or halter tops...THEY always win the crosswalk battle.
  13. Awwwww, civility ensues. Dangit, I was waiting for a good knock-down-drag-out. And, ladies? There is absolutely nothing wrong with "Mr. and Mrs. Smith". There's plenty of enjoyable entertainment for both sexes. Just as long as both sexes like explosions and Angelina Jolie. Hee hee hee (sorry, I had to) 8)
  14. All I need is some popcorn now...this here's getting better than the movie. Not the Special Features, but the movie.
  15. Boy, all y'all just shut me up. What I meant was...well, nevermind. Technically speaking, TV actors and big-screen actors don't count like that. Except for early Star Trek stuff, since they went big-screen. It's too early in the morning for me to think.