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  1. MaryAnne, The actor in "The Runaway" and who plays Colonel Decker on the A-Team is Lance LeGault. LS3
  2. Unfortunately, you heard right. I haven't seen the episode yet, but have it on good authority that Jonathan Kent died. LS3
  3. This is a guess only, but I'd guess that an "all day singin'" would be like a gathering to sing hymns and such. And dinner on the ground is probably a picnic. I don't know for sure...but a wild guess. LS3
  4. My all-time favorite episode is "The Ghost of General Lee". I absolutely love that episode. LS3
  5. Dixie Rose, Last year it was $25 for both days if tickets were purchased in advance, $30 for both days if bought on-site. But that could change this year because of the new location. Your best bet is to keep an eye on www.cootersplace.com or right here. Our admins do a great job keeping us updated on what's happening in the world of Dukes! LS3
  6. Denver was born on May 11, 1920, according to www.imdb.com. LS3
  7. lost_sheep3

    Liar, Liar

    Jamanda, I checked www.imdb.com and sure enough, Christopher Mayer was in Liar, Liar credited as Chip Mayer. Sorry to have to be the one to break the news... LS3
  8. I don't recall Bo's being sickly as a kid ever being in the show... LS3
  9. That does sound like it's from the movie "Christmas Comes to Willow Creek." It is definitely not from an episode. I'm sorry though, I don't know the name of the song. LS3
  10. Divia, I'd be happy to beta read for you too. Just let me know! LS3
  11. Bo_Duke_girl Wisconsin's official nickname is "The Badger State" Here is a site that lists the nicknames for all states, and gives the origins of those nicknames http://www.50states.com/bio/nickname5.htm LS3
  12. John! Hands down, John Schneider is Bo Duke. LS3
  13. As part of the tradition of granting Presidential Pardons at this time of year, President Bush has pardoned 3 moonshiner's who were convicted in the 1960's. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2005/12/23/AR2005122301460.html?nav=rss_politics None were named Duke.... LS3
  14. Remember the episode "Mason Dixon's Girls" where the Duke boys pick up a hot-water heater only to find marijuana in the trunk? Well... http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20051216/ap_on_fe_st/water_heater_drugs;_ylt=AiHHM.thsUk7sBWIKrhbvF3tiBIF;_ylu=X3oDMTA5aHJvMDdwBHNlYwN5bmNhdA-- LS3
  15. Jllybn, No offense was meant. Just for the record, I am from Wisconsin and have seen some crazy things. LS3
  16. Have you ever tried opening a beer bottle with your teeth? It's a fast way to break a tooth. And since Tom lived in and went to college in Wisconsin it seems like a possibility. LS3
  17. You're right, the humor that was brought to the show by the combination of Boss and Rosco could not be duplicated. The element of slapstick brought by Sorrell Booke and James Best is one of the elements of the Dukes of Hazzard that makes the show work, makes the show as enjoyable today as it was 20 years ago. Without Boss and Rosco, the show would have been a good show about a nice family with a cool car, but the added element of Boss and Rosco, as well as the way that the entire cast worked together in ensemble is what makes the Dukes of Hazzard a standout show - in my opinion. LS3
  18. I love this show! And the episode described by Brian was terrific, full of suspense and scary as anything. I'm not usually into horror and suspense, but this show definitely got my attention. I can't wait to see new episodes. LS3
  19. I just checked out this site and most of the categories look a lot like what's already on HazzardNet. I wouldn't have tried this. LS3
  20. Welcome to HNet! Moonshine is illegal grain alcohol, most often made from corn. Families in the south have been making moonshine for a couple hundred years, they grew the corn then used that to make the whiskey. Moonshine probably hit it's most prominent phase during prohibition in the 1930's (when alcohol could not be served or made in the United States) people would make up batches of "moonshine" in the fields and woods near their homes and transport it to "speakeasy's" which were underground bars. Moonshine is generally very potent and because it's illegal there is not consistency within each batch (or each producer) and there are no regulations enforced with it's production. Also, because it's produced "underground" the government cannot tax it. Within the context of the Dukes of Hazzard - the Duke family has been making Moonshine on their land for 200 years, until Bo and Luke got caught carrying' (or "running") a load just before the first season began. In order to keep the boys from going to federal prison, Jesse agreed to give up the production and sale of moonshine and the boys were placed on probation. Moonshine does make several appearances in the run of the show, as it's often being used to try to get the boys sent to prison. Here's a link that can probably describe it better than I can: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moonshine LS3
  21. Congratulations!!! That's a lot of hard work - but it's fun! I did some in college, mostly stage manager....my first was a musical...I must have been nuts! But had a blast. And congrats on the paying gig! Good luck! LS3
  22. I really enjoyed the episode! They did an excellent job incorporating "Hazzard" some of the references were so subtle that you might have to be a die-hard fan to pick them up - but it was really a great show! I even liked the fact that there was a more "traditional" bad guy - not a mutant freak. It was wonderful seeing Tom and John together again! They still got it. LS3
  23. A sequel would be great - as long as the writers, director, cast, producers and everyone else associated with it has actually watched the show and knows something about how things work in Hazzard. The best part of the first movie, for me at least, was seeing the General flying on the big screen. LS3
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