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I know that this is out there in another section, but I thought we could also do it here, under his name.

Brotherly Love

"Now you can't see the wheels spinning in Enos's head 'cause they're so tiny. But they're really humming.

A Baby for the Dukes

" 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 thier shoes.

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I know that this is out there in another section, but I thought we could also do it here, under his name. Brotherly Love "Now you can't see the wheels spinning in Enos's head 'cause they're so tiny.

heres one if ya'll havent already used it and dont mind me chimin in In: Strange Visitor To Hazzard: the alien is in the back of the General and Bo jumps the General and it freezes there and Waylon s

Let's see here Waylon got some of the best lines in the show. Now if only I could remember all of my favorites....hmmmm. Daisy used one of my favorits when she mentioned Waylon saying "There was old C

Here are some more that I like.

"Only the Dukes would go to twon to find out why they can't get arrested."

"The casino buniness was cooking like an all day singin' with dinner on the ground."

Now if I only knew what an all day singin' was, and why is dinner on the ground?

Here's one about Duke luck

"Man, I'll tell you, the day they passed out good luck, old Bo and Luke must've been fishing"

"If it wasn't for bad luck , the Dukes wouldn't have any luck at all."

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"The casino buniness was cooking like an all day singin' with dinner on the ground."

Now if I only knew what an all day singin' was, and why is dinner on the ground?

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

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"The casino buniness was cooking like an all day singin' with dinner on the ground."

Now if I only knew what an all day singin' was, and why is dinner on the ground?

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

Thats proberly what it is. thanks. I don't know why I didn't think of it as a picnic. LOL

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Get ready for a LONG list. He had so many great lines. No one could do it like him, not even the Narrator in the new movie!

"Man, I'll tell you, the day they passed gout good luck, Old Bo and Luke must've been fishing."

From Nothing But the Truth.

"Whoa now. I know it looks alful peaseful and it don't look much like Hazzard with noby chaign anybody or nothin'..."

From Miss Tri County

"In fact if the Dukes quite driving old Cooter would have to go back to the chicken farm."

This was said while Bo was stuffing Uncle Jesse into the General Lee.

Waylon: "Looks to me they might have to widen that window.

From the Law and Jesse Duke

"I tell you being an entrepereneur is a heavy responsibility. Learning that word wasnt to easy either." (I loved how he pronounced "entrepereneur")

Ok this is from Share and Share Alike and has more than just Waylon's line. It needs to be set up.

The General getting chased and banged around by bad guys.

Bo: "Well why don't we do like General Grant would do?"

Luke: "Whats that?"

Bo: "Retreat"

Driving in reverse still being chased.

Luke: "You sure this is a good idea?"

Bo: "Yeah, don't worry about it, don't worry about it. I got a plan."

As a truck blocks the road in front/back of the General Lee.

Waylon: "Great plan Bo."

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I can't remember the episode (I think it's Money to Burn)...

"If you were headin' for the milk and cookies, you picked a bad time..."

I love the way Waylon does the introductions of the various characters early in season one, like Uncle Jesse...

"Now you're gonna love ol' Jesse. He's quite the study. Jesse's retired moonshiner. And he's very religious. Although he's well read, he's rough as a mouthful of bark when he's riled."

:lol:

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