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It would be fun to try and answer a question for a change.

Any chance we could take turns?

OK Roger (and everyone else), here's a picture question. I know it's slightly outside the box, so I'll give clues if no one gets it.

I came across this album cover completely by chance the other day and the names sounded familiar. What might this duo make in Hazzard (assuming it. wasn't music)?

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(Hint: Look at the surnames and think of a company)

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I know I'll kick myself after I hear the answer but I can't figure it out.

I could gamble on giving a truckload of hints, but you have to be able to take the rough with the smooth.

Believe it or not, there's three clues in the sentance above ;).

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This one seems to have stumped everyone, so I'll give the answer. Armstrong-Peterson was the name of the (phoney) shock absorber company in 'Route 7-11'. Maybe the name just stuck with me after I reproduced it in the Signs of Hazzard thread.

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Here's another tricky one. I recently found the following picture of a Dukes guest star, but who is she? She seems to look different in every picture of her that I see, so I'll give a few clues:

The picture is from last year.

It was taken at the 40-year reunion of the original Broadway cast of Grease.

She played one of Grease's "Pink Ladies"; a color memorably mentioned in her Dukes role.

Her Dukes appearance was in season 1.

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Hmmm, is that Swamp Molly?

Sorry Roger, it isn't. Sadly, Neva Patterson (aka. Swamp Molly) passed away in 2010.

I'll give some more clues. Just to prove how she can change her appearance, here's another picture of the current question's mystery guest star. It's from a few years before Dukes when she appeared with Jack Nicholson and Danny DeVito in 'One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest'. It doesn't look like McMurphy (Nicholson) was subjected to the same put-downs she directed at Bo. Then again, Bo did say that her choice of career "ranks right up there with men having babies."

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Here's another tricky one. I recently found the following picture of a Dukes guest star, but who is she? She seems to look different in every picture of her that I see, so I'll give a few clues:

The picture is from last year.

It was taken at the 40-year reunion of the original Broadway cast of Grease.

She played one of Grease's "Pink Ladies"; a color memorably mentioned in her Dukes role.

Her Dukes appearance was in season 1.

MysteryGuest1.jpg

Marya/Mews Small, Frankie from Luke's Love Story?

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Marya/Mews Small, Frankie from Luke's Love Story?

I'm going to see if anyone agrees/disagrees with you before posting the answer because I have a follow-up question.

If I got that right, what 2 Dukes Of Hazzard episodes were suppose to be pilots for new series and not ordered?

I think 'Jude Emery' and 'Mason Dixon's Girls' are the episodes that were supposed to be pilots.

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I'm going to see if anyone agrees/disagrees with you before posting the answer because I have a follow-up question.

OK =)

I think 'Jude Emery' and 'Mason Dixon's Girls' are the episodes that were supposed to be pilots.

"You Got That Right" - 35th anniversary of Lynyrd Skynyrd plane crash.

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Of course you're allowed a second guess Roger, but on this occasion you'd have been better off agreeing with Daney. "The lady who was running that rolling 18-wheel casino" was Helen Hogan, played by Jo Ann Pflug. I've found a picture of Jo Ann from back in April of this year when she judged a dance competition - you can see it here. Incidentally, back in post #2704 MaryAnne questioned how Jo Ann's surname was pronounced. Since then I've seen the movie of M*A*S*H again, and the announcer pronounces it "Floog" in the end credits.

For my question, Daney was right. The answer is Mews Small (sometimes credited Marya Small), who played Francis Lee Olmstead, or "Frankie, for short", in 'Luke's Love Story'. You can see more pictures and information at her website, mewssmall.com. Here's some pictures to remind y'all of how she looked in Dukes. I think she had more costume changes in this episode than Uncle Jesse had in seven seasons! There's a new question below.

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I've given y'all a couple of hard ones recently, so I'll make this multiple choice. Can you complete Frankie's line to Bo in the scene below?

"You want to talk about ... ?"

A) men having babies

B) crankshafts

C) Amy and Luke

D) gas prices

E) the weather

F) the street light put up by Roger's neighbors

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BL and Roger were right. That's got to be one of the best chat-up lines ever :).

Robert Shields and Felix Silla both had credited parts in season 7, but what links their appearances?

A) They won a magazine competition to appear in the show.

B) It was their last acting role.

C) Their faces were not seen.

D) They were also stunt doubles for Bo and Luke.

E) They wrote the episodes they appeared in.

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