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Hey, I was wondering, wasn't there a woman Boss was going to try to scam in a phony land deal of some sort  ( or something like that) and he was looking through the phone book for a victim and he looked at the name,  " Hortensce Bledsoe, if that isn't a rich old lady, I'll eat my hat." ,  You guys remember that one? The previous mention of the name reminded me of this. Maybe the writers forgot they had used the name already?

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7 hours ago, Hobie Hartkins said:

Hey, I was wondering, wasn't there a woman Boss was going to try to scam in a phony land deal of some sort  ( or something like that) and he was looking through the phone book for a victim and he looked at the name,  " Hortensce Bledsoe, if that isn't a rich old lady, I'll eat my hat." ,  You guys remember that one? The previous mention of the name reminded me of this. Maybe the writers forgot they had used the name already?

That was in 'Dukes Strike it Rich', although I don't think Boss got a chance to call her as he and Rosco ran outside when Cooter towed his car.

Incidentally, in 'Witness: Jesse Duke', Boss tells Jesse that "Lulu's away in Decatur visiting her sister Hortense, so you can use her bedroom." Other than her original appearance in 'The Return of Hughie Hogg', I think that's the only other mention of Aunt Hortense.

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