There's a duplicate set of Duke brothers - and a second General Lee! Sheriff Rosco becomes instantly rich - and instantly hogties Hazzard County. Boss Hogg is as incorrigible as ever, putting his sticky fingers to work trafficking in stolen merchandise, rigging a beauty pageant, regularly trying to snatch the Duke farm and always getting tripped up by his own scheming.
(#60) "Mrs. Daisy Hogg ", October 9, 1981
The feud between the Dukes and the Hoggs intensifies when Daisy and Hogg's nephew Jamie Lee (Jonathan Frake) fall in love.
(#61) "Double Dukes", October 16, 1981
Hogg masterminds the robbery of an armored truck, using two crooks disguised as Bo and Luke and driving a replica of the General Lee.
(#62) "Diamonds in the Rough", October 23, 1981
Bo and Luke soon learn that diamonds from heaven are more trouble than pennies when a fortune in stolen gems falls into their hands from a hijacked plane.
(#63) "Coltrane Vs. Duke", October 30, 1981
Rosco brings a personal-injury suit against the Dukes that could force them to sell their farm - to Hogg.
(#64) "The Fugitive", November 3, 1981
A motorcycle race affords Hogg the chance to set up a stolen-bike racket until a transient (Laurette Spang) discovers his scheme. Johnny Paycheck sings "Take this Job and Shove It."
(#65) "The Great Bank Robbery", November 6, 1981
Bo and Luke pull a reverse bank job to replace the money taken by Jesse's crony (Bill Erwin) when Hogg fired him.
(#66) "Sadie Hogg Day", November 13, 1981
On Sadie Hogg Day - when the ladies run Hazzard County - Hogg installs Daisy as treasurer to frame her for embezzlement.
(#67 and #68) "$10 Million Dollar Sheriff", November 20, 1981
Rosco inherits a fortune and goes hog wild - challenging Hogg to a poker showdown that results in Hogg becoming Rosco's deputy. (2 hours)
(#69) "Trouble at Cooter's", November 27, 1981
A vengeful thief breaks into Cooter's garage to reach a storage room containing stolen furs hidden by the varmint who cheated the crook out of his cut.
(#70) "Goodbye, General Lee", December 4, 1981
Hogg has a hospitalized Luke hypnotized as the first step in his plan to win a big auto race.
(#71) "Cletus Falls in Love", December 11, 1981
Daisy must tell an adoring Cletus that she only wooed him to help Bo and Luke escape from Hogg's latest frame-up.
(#72) "Hughie Hogg Strikes Again", December 18, 1981
Hogg and Hughie scheme to foreclose on Cooter's garage, which stands on the proposed site of a "Hoggominium." Buck Owens sings "I've Got a Tiger by the Tail."
(#73) "Dukescam Scam", January 1, 1982
Jesse risks the Duke farm to help Boss Hogg out of a fix, not realizing that Hogg is fixing to cheat him out of the property.
(#74) "The Sound of Music - Hazzard Style", January 8, 1982
Mickey Gilley does a charity concert that is secretly taped by Hogg's henchmen, who commandeer the General Lee to elude capture by FBI agents. Mickey sings "The Object of My Affections" and "Don't the Girls get Prettier?"
(#75) "Shine on Hazzard Moon", January 15, 1982
Boss jails Bo and Luke on trumped-up charges to force Uncle Jesse to reveal his secret moonshine recipe.
(#76) "Pin the Tail on the Dukes", January 22, 1982
Jesse's old moonshining friend Hector (Henry Jones) is just back from prison and champing at the bit for revenge on Boss Hogg for stealing his land.
(#77) "Miz Tisdale on the Lam", January 29, 1982
Miz Tisdale the postmistress (Nedra Volz) is framed for Hogg's mail fraud but she's happy to go on the lam at the Dukes' to be near her beloved Jesse.
(#78) "Nothin' but the Truth", February 5, 1982
Hogg frames the Dukes to divert state investigators from his gambling casino, but after an accidental injection of truth serum, he can't keep his mouth shut.
(#79) "Dear Diary", February 12, 1982
Hogg's dirty dealings are documented in Rosco's diary, which is discovered by the Dukes, then stolen by a duo who'd been double-crossed by Hogg.
(#80) "New Deputy in Town", February 19, 1982
A deputy (Tracy Scoggins) on prisoner-escort duty displays a greed that warms Hogg's larcenous heart.
(#81) "Birds Gotta Fly", February 26, 1982
A retired NASCAR driver (Andra Akers) hires Daisy to race for her, but neglects to tell the Dukes that she's hocked her car to Hogg.
(#82) "Bad Day in Hazzard", March 5, 1982
Jesse and Hogg put aside their differences to hatch a plan of escape from the armed robbers who have taken over the Boars Nest.
(#83) "Miss Tri-Counties", March 12, 1982
Daisy seems a sure bet to win the Miss Tri-Counties Beauty and Talent Contest, until a neighboring boss (Joe Higgins) bribes Hogg to see that she doesn't.
(#84) "Share and Share Alike", March 19, 1982
Lulu Hogg (Peggy Rea) and Daisy unite to fight for HERS (Hazzard's Equal Rights Society) amid the hubbub over a fortune in stolen credit cards found by the Dukes.
(#85) "The Law and Jesse Duke", March 26, 1982
When Rosco and Cletus go on strike, Hogg goes on a crime spree, which he blames on Bo and Luke.
(#86) "Dukes in Danger", April 2, 1982
The Dukes are taken prisoner at the farm by two escaped convicts shortly before Hogg and Rosco stumble onto the scene, aiming to foreclose on Jesse.