In this second season The Dukes of Hazzard popularity really begins to take off! Tom Wopat and John Schneider return as Luke and Bo, along with a carload of colorfull Hazzard County relations, friends and foes. The stories begin with Uncle Jesse and Boss Hogg tearin'up the back roads in a grudge match and end with Luke and Bo dukin' it out in a surprise feud of their own. In between, you'll share hours of full-throttle adventure and laughs, Hazzard style!
(#14) "Days of Shine and Roses ", September 21, 1979
A second season rolls in on a wave of nostalgia as old moonshiners Jesse and Hogg agree to an illegal race to determine the best ridgerunner around. A race with Hogg, however, is not necessarily won by the swift.
(#15) "Gold Fever", September 28, 1979
Boss Hogg is conned into a scheme involving $3 million in fake gold bullion.
(#16) "The Rustlers", October 5, 1979
Mel Tillis plays Burl Tolliver in this horse opera dealing with the Mrs. J.D. Hogg Stake Race and Hogg's scheme to steal a stallion.
(#17) "The Meeting", October 12, 1979
Syndicate kingpins choose Hazzard County as the site for a powwow. Their conference center: Rosco's jail, rented out by Boss Hogg for $10,000.
(#18) "Road Pirates", October 19, 1979
Boss Hogg is slickered by a thief who sells him $10,000 worth of stolen TV sets, then steals them back - leaving the Dukes the prime suspects.
(#19) "The Ghost of General Lee", October 26, 1979
Boss Hogg's scheme to take advantage of the Dukes' reported drowning comes back to haunt him.
(#20) "The Dukes Meet Cale Yarborough", November 2, 1979
National champion stock-car racer Cale Yarborough plays himself in an episode bringing Luke and Bo face-to-face with their racing idol. Yarborough is testing a secret new turbocharger Boss Hogg is scheming to steal.
(#21) "Hazzard Connection", November 9, 1979
Bo and Luke join a demolition derby that's fronting for the smuggling racket they're suspected of operating.
(#22) "Witness for the Persecution", November 16, 1979
The Dukes shelter Government witness Boss Hogg, who's sought by hit men bent on preventing his testimony.
(#23) "Granny Annie", November 23, 1979
The race is on for Granny Annie's engraving plates when the eccentric local artist proves to be the source of some funny money. The Oak Ridge Boys make a cameo appearance.
(#24) "People's Choice", November 30, 1979
The Dukes' frantic drive to get gorgeous T.C. Rogers (Pat Klous) elected supervisory administrator has its practical side: she'd automatically become their probation officer.
(#25) "Arrest Jesse Duke", December 14, 1980
As acting sheriff, Boss Hogg's nephew Hughie (Jeff Altman) arrests Jesse Duke for stripping cars.
(#26) "Duke of Duke", January 4, 1980
The Dukes' English cousin Gaylord (Simon McCorkindale), a stranger to the Hazzard County clan, arrives to claim his property rights - and Daisy's heart to boot.
(#27) "The Runaway", January 11, 1980
An eloping heiress stows away in the Dukes' car after escaping from two bodyguards who were taking her back to her irate tycoon daddy (Robert Alda) - with the help of reward-hungry Boss Hogg.
(#28) "Follow that Still", Janyary 18, 1980
An old moonshiner builds a still on the Duke farm, inside an armored personnel carrier that was stolen from Boss Hogg.
(#29) "Treasure of Hazzard", January 25, 1980
A pretty history professor enlists the Dukes' help in locating a buried Civil War strongbox that may contain a regimental payroll. Clifton James joins the series as Sheriff Lester Crabbe.
(#30) "Officer Daisy Duke", February 1, 1980
No sooner does Daisy become a sheriff's deputy than she's chasing after two critters with a big reward on their heads that Boss Hogg wants.
(#31) "Find Loretta Lynn", February 8, 1980
Loretta Lynn detours through Hazzard County, where she is promptly kidnapped by three dimwits demanding $1136.15 ransom. Loretta sings "Y'all Come."
(#32) "Jude Emery", February 15, 1980
A Texas Ranger gets more help than he bargained for when he enlists Bo and Luke in flushing a varmint out of a swamp.
(#33) "Return of the Ridge Raiders", February 22, 1980
The Ridge Raiders, a bunch of old moonshiners, reunite after 40 years to stop Boss Hogg from diverting funds from a senior-citizens center to build a girlie joint.
(#34) "Mason Dixon's Girls", February 29, 1980
A private detective and two beautiful associates are among the assorted characters from both sides of the law who are in hot pursuit of a crate of marijuana the Dukes received by mistake.
(#35) "R.I.P. Henry Flatt", March 14, 1980
Hogg's plan to plow up a cemetery rattles a con man (Hal Smith) who is supposed to be dead and buried there.
(#36) "Southern Comfurts", March 21, 1980
Jesse's newly rich cousins lose a suitcase containing their $250,000 windfall.