With Bo and Luke back behind the wheel, things are back to where they should be in Hazzard County. The plots in these later episodes are a little more mature and family-oriented compared with previous seasons.
(#109) "Lulu's Gone Away", September 23, 1983
The Dukes roar into a sixth season in pursuit of Lulu Hogg's kidnappers, while a frightened Boss begins to realize how much he truly loves his "Little Kumquat".
(#110) "A Baby for the Dukes", September 30, 1983
A young widow hides her baby in the General Lee to keep the infant from it's paternal grandfather, who gained legal custody by having her declared an unfit mother. The widow is played by Janeen Best, daughter of James Best.
(#111) "Too Many Roscos", October 7, 1983
An abducted Sheriff Rosco is replaced by a dead ringer (James Best in a dual role) as part of a plot to heist an armored-car shipment.
(#112) "Brotherly Love", October 14, 1983
A young man appears with proof that he's Luke's brother Jud (Randy Hamilton), an ex-boxer hunted by gamblers who wanted him to take a dive.
(#113) "The Boar's Nest Bears", October 21, 1983
Bo and Luke are forced to coach Hogg's peewee basketball team and ordered to win, but their secret weapon - a high-scoring farm boy - has attracted the attention of ruthless gamblers.
(#114) "Boss Behind Bars", November 4, 1983
The Dukes go after the Beaudry clan, who framed Boss and had him thrown in his own slammer for sabotaging Jesse's car in the old-timers' race.
(#115) "A Boy's Best Friend", November 11, 1983
Dognappers mistakenly snatch Rosco's hound Flash thinking he's the valuable basset hound they were holding for ransom until it escaped.
(#116) "Targets: Daisy and Lulu", November 18, 1983
Unaware of an airport luggage mix-up, Lulu and Daisy head home with a case containing a stolen necklace - and the thieves in hot pursuit.
(#117) "Twin Trouble", November 25, 1983
Bo and Luke are taken in by identical twins who find it easy to establish alibis for jewel thefts - while one pulls the heist, the other is conspicuously present elsewhere. Meanwhile, Boss brakes the wheels of justice by switching from patrol cars to three-wheelers.
(#118) "Enos's Last Chance", December 2, 1983
The Dukes' efforts to prevent an escaped hit man from settling a score with Enos are impeded by Boss, who's after the reward money on the fugitive's head.
(#119) "High Flyin' Dukes", December 9, 1983
When the Dukes' crop-duster friend falls ill, Daisy promises to complete his assignments. Her first job: dust Hogg's farm - with a mixture he's secretly laced with lye so he can sue for damages.
(#120) "Cooter's Girl", December 30, 1983
Cooter tries to be the picture of respectability during a surprise visit from the daughter he's never met, but can't avoid getting tangled up with two strangers who've come to Hazzard with the secret intention of setting up a toxic-waste dump.
(#121) "Heiress Daisy Duke", January 6, 1984
Daisy is convinced she's the long-lost granddaughter of a wealthy man who's offering a large sum to find her. But his other heirs want to make dead sure he doesn't.
(#122) "Dead and Alive", January 20, 1984
Bo and Luke are mistaken for armored-car thieves, and the only eyewitness to the crime has been declared legally dead by Hogg as part of a get-rich-quick scheme.
(#123) "Play it Again, Luke", January 27, 1984
Luke must protect a former girlfriend - now a rising singer - from her manager, who wants to collect on her life-insurance policy.
(#124 & #125) "Undercover Dukes - Part I & II", February 3 & 10, 1984
Daisy and Uncle Jesse are mystified when Bo and Luke return to the NASCAR circuit, as drivers for the daughter of a racketeer. Bo and Luke uncover Carver's conspiracy but may not live to celebrate their success.
(#126) "How to Succeed in Hazzard", February 17, 1984
Hogg's nasty nephew Dewey (Robert Morse) comes to Hazzard to die - or so he claims - and soon begins a fund-raiser for his own "memorial clinic," a scam that defrauds his uncle and leaves Jesse holding the bag.
(#127) "Close Call for Daisy", February 24, 1984
A crime boss pursues Daisy after she mistakenly picks up his book of racketeering activities instead of the notes for her theater group's play.
(#128) "The Ransom of Hazzard County", March 2, 1984
Honest Deputy Enos gets "promoted" to a civilian job so Boss Hogg can resume his racketeering. Trouble is, the new deputy is even more crooked than Boss.
(#129) "The Fortune Tellers", March 23, 1984
A desperate Boss enlists a fortuneteller and her assistant to help him carry off a theft from his wife's safe. Meanwhile, Daisy is accused in the disappearance of the Boar's Nest daily receipts.
(#130) "Cooter's Confession", March 24, 1984
Cooter takes the rap for a friend who's been framed for the hijacking of a truckload of auto parts.