87 matthew from louth lincolnshire: this is one of my favourite shows this is because it has all the high speed car chases and a great partnership in Boss Hogg and Rosco. i have so far got series 1 to 4 and i'm still collecting the boxsets so i can watch the dukes of hazzard over and over again
86 Ardonia from New Hampshire: I love the Dukes of Hazzard and I am only 18!! Bo Duke was sooo hot! The show was and still is the best show on TV! I do not like the fact there was a remake of it back in 2005 I've never seen it never care to I think it's a huge insult.For the real fans the original is all you need! And who didnt love seeing the General Lee fly it was the best part of the show!
85 Jenna from Michigan: The Dukes were awesome! I started watching it on CMT last year and I love Bo and Coy! They were my favorites! I'm only twelve, but i love it! When I started watching it, I hoodslided on my uncle's car and got in through the window. He's a huge Dukes fan too, and he was so proud of me! Bo and Luke were the best, but Coy and Vance weren't too bad. They all were great, especially Bo! The fights they got in, when one would be knocked unconsious, I'd hide under my pillow and say, "Don't kill him, don't kill him please!" I was so afraid! But they were awesome. Flash was the most totally awesome dog ever! Even though she didn't do much. Bo and Luke were soooooooo cute! Bye boys! Luv ya!
84 David Stanley from Farmington, New Mexico: The Dukes of Hazzard was a wonderful show that played every Friday night on CBS from 1978-85. The first 5 episodes were filmed around Covington and Conyers Georgia (I grew up not far away in Atlanta, GA), and starting in episode 6 through the end of the series was filmed in Burbank, CA.
On average, the producers went through 3 Dodge Chargers per episode. They would comb the country looking for 1968-69 Dodge Chargers, paint them in the signature orange General Lee paint scheme, and install the roll bars and trademark wheels. As the series progressed, the cars' powerplants varied (not all of them could have the then common 440 6-packs or 426 hemis with dual quads), so often times, engine sounds were dubbed over the actual sound tracks in high speed scenes.
Ironically, Bo and Luke and Daisy Duke were not from Ga (John Schneider was from California, Tom Wopat was from Minnesota, and Catherine Bach was from Wisconson). Sorrell Booke (Boss Hogg) was a very smart man with a PhD and was fluent in several languages. He played character actors different episodes of All In The Family.
Action packed, funny, good plots, with a touch of pathos in almost every episode, Hollywood just doesn't turn out shows like this today - what a shame.
83 Luke Duke from Cullman,Al: I am life long fan of the Dukes of Hazzard. I believe it is the greatest show ever and believe it will always be. I recently meet James Best here in my home town along with Dorothy his wonderful wife. And also got to take a ride along with him in his owen personnal General Lee.I go to Dukes Fest ever year and would say it is worth all you Hazzard County cousins to attend.It is a toe stomping good time.But to all you Dukes fans lets keep this show alive and growing.I love it.They gave us 6 years lets give them more back. Thanks Luke your cousin from Hazzard County.
82 Jerod Dewalt from Ohio: I love the dukes of Hazzard and it has always been my dream to own a 69 charger painted in hemi orange with a confederate flag on the roof and a big 01 on each door. The Dukes of Hazzard has made me wish sometimes that I was a stuntcar driver and i'll always want to be one. I think that the Dukes of Hazzard was the best progam ever to be put on the air.
81 Melonie Drew from New Brunswick, Canada: I've loved the show since it came on the air when I was four years old. I taped some of the episodes when they were on reruns on TNN, but now I'm collecting them on DVD, which is awesome since the episodes aren't edited to fit in commercials. My husband and I watched the episode "Mrs. Daisy Hogg" and just about died laughing at how Rosco scuffed his car beyone repair. It looked more like a doombuggie than a car. I tell you, no one will ever make a show that good ever again. The cast was the greatest, and like fine wine, they just get better with age, especially Tom Wopat!! The new movie is just an insult to all of us die hard fans, and especially to the cast and crew of the original series. There's nothing like the original, and I for one am not going to see the movie. As a true die hard fan of Dukes, I feel like I'd be betraying them. I can't believe Johnny Knoxville made Luke into a drunk womanizer.
Long live the Dukes of Hazzard, it's the greatest show ever!
80 simon from amesbury,wiltshire: corny stories with predictable outcome!! funny tho, i have the boxset n even had a ford cortina with dixie horns!! from flash to enos, quality show!! good stunts n humour. apparently theres a updated film coming out later this year??
79 Allen Forster from Cornwall GB: Loved The Dukes of H. The first ever episode with screeching of tyres and driving over rough terrain. Daisy Duke - wow! What can you say? Uncle Jessie aka Denver Pile RIP wagging that finger in the credits and being the moral force behind the family. Cooter who is some mechanic. What garage have I ever been too where the car is hurled twenty feet over and lands in a swamp completely drowning the engine and where the mechanic has the car back on the road in two hours! Brilliant. Sheriff Roscoe P Coltrane. Wonderful with snoopy hound. Loved the episode where he organised for a bank to be robbed and it turned out to be Boss Hogg's. Fat Lulu driving this wonderful huge white car with cow horns on the bonnet (or hood for you American cousins). And finally the best character of all and RIP Sorrel Brooke. The great and wonderful Boss Hogg, besplendid in white suit and ten gallon hat. I loved him and still do and over here he inspired a guy to copy his dress sense, smoke a cigar and be elected as a local authority councillor as Boss Hogg. I have kids who have been born since D of H days and would luv for them to see every single episode back on British TV. Them good old boys were decent good guys like the A team and if everybody was like them well, what a world to live in! Just send Daisy Duke around to me now even though she is a little older. Before I go I loved that guy who was the Sherrif of Chickaswa County and who always got thwarted on car chases.
RIP Uncle Jessie and Boss.
Luv and best wishes to all you guys and gals in USA where it came from in the first place.
78 Rob from Cambridge UK: Loved this as a kid. Watched some re-runs, and sadly it didn't date too well for me. But the theme tune was great, and even after all these years denim hot-pants are still referred to as "Daisy Dukes". She was lovely.
77 Euclide Richard from Richibucto N.B.,Canada: I have a lot of fond memories!
One was in the show"Ghost of the general lee!"
i think that was the name of it.When two roobers stole bo and luke duke's general while they were skinny dipping!
Rosco gave them a chase,thinking he was chasing Bo and luke.
The General lee flew into a river,and no one came up.Enos jumped in the water to save them,Rosco was helpless,as he couldn't swim.
The sadness that came over Rosco,was overwelming!
Especially when Rosco was trying to tell uncle jessy,about the chase,and that Bo and luke were not found!
When jesse's smile went into a I don't belive you look,that got to me too!
Even though I Knew it wasn;t the boys,I could feel Rosco's and jesse's pain!
Now they want to come out with a new movie/new cast...flop city to real duke fans.
You can't do that,only one duke familly!Sincerely yours,
A die hard fan duke!
76 Barbara from A;abama: Luke Duke was the ultimate dream! He was good looking, smart, and knew how to treat a lady. And those blue eyes of his could melt any woman and turn her into jello!
75 Sonya from Pennslyina: i wish they would bring back the the duke of hazzard with coy and vance duke i really love coy he was pretty hot ..i wish you guys would make a dukes of hazzard reuning with coy and vance duke with bo and luke daisy and all the rest that would really be cool.the question is can you guys make a movie with the new dukes coy and vance?....
74 Kieran Orr from Springside,north Ayrshire: Ive loved the Dukes ever since my Dad showed me them I really like the General Lees horn my Uncle got it on his car. My fav episode was when Rosco got $10million and was talking to Boss Hogg and said never mind him to much cartoons to watch kew kew kew. See Ya'All late go Dukes Yee Haww.
73 Stephen Stacey from Pickaquoy ,Kirkwall Orkney: The Dukes Of Hazzard is Brilliant Inspecially since I am one of the biggest fans in orkney. The other Big fan would be Stephen Garrioch. My fav episode would be Coltrane Vs Duke as James Best did a brilliant job of acting as Crook a.k.a Woody as well as Sherrif Rosco P.Coltrane. Yeeeeee Haaaaaaa
72 Zella Hall from Spokane, Washington: I grew up watching the dukes of hazzard and I like all of the shows
71 Andrew Beet from Chelmsley Wood Birmingham: I loved watching The Dukes Of Hazzard and still do. I saw the Dukes of Hazzard Reunion movie that i recorded when Channel 5 showed it and i loved it. What i liked about the series was the stunts with the car and also The General Lee car.
70 Emma Webb from Eastleigh, Hants.: Great show.
Love the Duke boys Bo and Luke. They are gorgeous.
Dukes of Hazzard is worth staying up for.
Boss Hogg is a scream.
All the other characters are a scream.
Most importantly the General Lee. What a car.
69 jt_abz from Aberdeen: FAO "Steve Clark from Hull"
Good luck with your Warner Bros' VIP trip, it'd be good if you could post some of your experiences from the trip in this list of fan tributes, or alternatively on the "Dukes of Hazzard" forum mentioned at the top of this page.
68 John Schneider from Hazzard County: hi, The Dukes of Hazzard is one of the best tv shows in the world!!!!! I don't think the 2005 movie of it will be as good as the show, but we'll have to wait and see.
67 steve clark from hull: Hey all, I will be on a v.i.p. trip at Warner Bros in a couple of weeks seeing all filming location & stuff from Dukes. I will also be visiting my good friend Bobby Orrison who was a stunt man on the show. Dukes is still very much alive!!!!
66 nigel davenhill from stratford upon avon: I always have and always will be a massive fan of this great show. It's great to have it back on the television - keep the Dukes of Hazzard alive forever! yeeeeh haah!!!!!
65 Daniel thomas from Wales: I want the dukes of hazzard on in the evening so I can watch it as I can't watch it in the morning.
64 wayne from Chirk: I read Sophia Ellis request for Season 5. I remember seeing the episodes featuring COY & VANCE during the time when there was a pay dispute with John Schneider and Tom Wopat. Bo and Luke were the best, but Season 5 was still better than Season 6. Please complete a Duke fans wish, buy Season 5.
63 Sam Callahan from Maryland: Hey, I was wondering if you could help me locate a specific episode I have been searching for. In the episode they feature a 1970 AAR Cuda in Limelight green (similiar to the one i own). I was looking for the episode to show as part of my car show display.
62 katherine from Norfolk: I really love the show the fist time it was on, and i enjoy it more this time around,
61 Paul Masters from Sawtry: My favourite moment was watching the first jump that General Lee did on the very first episode, since that moment I have been a huge fan of the dukes of hazzard.
60 Tom Adams from Exeter: I am looking to buy a similar car to the dodge used in the programme. A 78 charger I think?
59 Bobby from London: Dear Granada,
Please change the timing for this program - how can anyone ( without taping facilities ) watch this program at 06:00 a.m.
Please change to 7.00 p.m. or 8.00 p.m.
58 John Hutchinson from Leeds West Yorkshire: Wonderful to see the Dukes in action again. It used to fashionable to knock this show in the 70's and 80's when it was first on, but I loved it then and I love it now.
57 richard paul from england: I'd just like to say that the Dukes Of Hazzard is totally cool,I always smile when I see the duke boys are gonna be on, and hearing that souped up banjo music while the general is leapin over barns and leaving rosco in a cloud of dust. timeless:)
56 vicky chesney from mississippi: i love the dukes of hazzard i know that bo and luke are fine off the butts.i have every episode of the dukes on 52 blank vhs tapes and i love watching over and over again and i love watching them while i have my headphones on to.i wish i could meet bo and luke in person and go for a ride in their car just me and them and nobody else.
55 Justin R from Erlanger, KY USA: Awesome site! I love the show.
54 Michael Taylor from Retford, Notts: I have three daughters aged 11, 14 and 16. All three of them are big fans of the Dukes of hazzard, will you be showing it in the early evening? Have you got the rights to all of the series's?
53 Lynne Stewart from Perth, Scotland: Like S Bowman from Cornwall, I'd like to see the first series repeated, but why have you jumped from the end of the 3rd season to the 6th season? Will they be shown? and why are you showing the episodes out of order. Great to see The Dukes again, keep up the great work.
52 Michael Taylor from Retford, Notts: My favourite episode was 'The ghost of General Lee'
51 s bowman from cornwall: is it possible to show dukes of hazzard in the evenings rather than at six in the morning and can you show the first episode.many thanks.
50 Matthew from Bristol: Iv been a dukes of hazzard fan for about 25 years..and i never tire of watching the reruns, i like rosco the best with his sayings, he allways has me crying with laughter, i got an e mail from james best which i treasure
49 Country Cousin from Hazzard County: I just love the re-runs of Dukes of Hazzard - what a brilliant show. As well as comedy and exciting stunts and chases, this show taught real values and was good wholesome family entertainment without resorting to smut or sex to make it interesting.
It's a pity they don't make shows like this no more.
48 Bo Duke from Manchester: The Duke boys definately the best looking jean wearing meb ever. Has anyone else looked as good in tight jeans. Perfect type of guys for anyone.
47 Matthew Jewell from sothampton: I am a big fan of the dukes of hazzard and the General Lee, so much so that I have recently purchased a dodge charger from the states to restore and turn into a General Lee replica which should be complete by next summer.
46 steve clark from hull, u.k.: i went to the 25th birthday of duke at covington georgia. i met all the stunt men that were on the show, & been to the places like uncle jesse's farm & where they did the first jump over the rosco car.
45 Paul Carlin from Glasgow: I have been watching the dukes of hazzard since i was about 7 years old and i'm 22 now.
I always loved it when the general lee jumped through the air to leave rosco and enos behind.
I also loved the reunion movies.
If only they were still making it.
44 GED from NEWCASTLE: I have fond memories of the Dukes of Hazzard. Especially the car and of course Bo and Luke and Rosco and daisy. I fondly remenber the end credits with Rosco chasing the General Lee around a tree.
43 miguel munoz from carlsbad: seeing the first time that the general lee jumps the creek.
42 Paul Brown from Wigan,Lancs,UK: Hi
My son and I love the Dukes of hazzard, especially the General Lee. I recall (from my younger years) the episode when the Duke boys constructed the car. I have since found out that the episode (131) was called , "Happy Birthday, General Lee" .
41 Lynne from Cheshire: I was a young Mum with two little girls when the Dukes first started on TV and I really enjoyed the show, as did the girls. When my daughter got a puppy, she decided to call him Roscoe, because he was crazy and rather dumb, just like the sheriff.
40 Kelly from New Bern: DUKES RULE : I just Love the Dukes I could not wait to see them on Tv. I had the biggest crush on Tom I fell in Love with Luke he was my favorite on the show. Still to this day I'm still in love with Tom and he will always be in my Heart.
39 Dick Blumberg from Woodstock, GA: My favorite quote from the show was whenever Cooter used the line, "Crazy Cooter coming at ya!" I also liked Roscoe P. Coltraine's laugh "guuu guuu guuu". That was awesome!
38 ADRIAN BARNARD from grantham: I've been watching this much loved show all my life and my dad owns the one star of the show a 69 charger formerly know as as the general lee yeeeeehaaaaaa
37 Nathan Wainscott from Hillsdale , Michigan 148 n manning: I was 4.5 years old, and The first time I heard that fast banjo and heard the narrator describe the show on a commersial I was inflamed, use the most exciting word you can think of and multiply its feeling by a Google Plex and that was my feeling, and saw that car jump. The show became an infactuation, I am still obsessed with the show. My dream as a child was to meet John and Tom, I love the car, I am 25 and still today I get an overwelming sensation like a kid and I do the Rosco akcoo gew. If I could meet John and Tom it would fill a gap I would probably get over excited and act like an idiot
but it would be worth it.
It was the jump that got me, (you know the jump) over the raveen, Awe man what a jump.
I still like a kid can't be convinced it was fake because they really jumped those cars and unlike Knight Rider the Gen. was and is a real car and (is a star all by itself) My fantasy is to own one. I could write a book on what I like about the show they all were my favorite actors. I would react to all of them the same way and its too bad that Waylon, Denver and Sorell is gone
I will miss them because I loved them like they were my own family,
I apsolutley Love and miss the show. Its a past that I would live over and over. I remember Every other Friday at 8 o'clock the guitar would start and I'd be so exited my brothers couldn't stand watching it with me but I would make everyone watch it with me so they could see how excited I got, so they knew that it was my show. They had there shows but that was mine and still is today. I CAN say that I may not have the car but I (still have my Dukes watch and it works like new not a scratch on it and it plays Dixie my favorite sound),am The Dukes of Hazzard's # 1 fan and I will take that to my grave.
36 Charlie Vesta from Stafford: I loved Daisy Duke the best, but I was going through my "formative years" then. I remember the bridge always being out, and the Dukes had to jump over a big crevasse shouting "heyyyyaaaaaaaayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy". I tried to do that on my bike once and grazed my knee!
35 BigB from Gloucestershire: The main reason for me to get sat TV was so i could see the General and the Dukes of course. And to show how much i love the show i recreated the General with my beach buggy it`s got the lot paint,01,wheels,dixies and it even jumps.have a look on www.beachbuggy.org.uk.YEEEEEHARRRRR THAT`S A BIG 10-4
34 Andrew Triggs from Penzance,Cornwall: The Dukes are back!(Again!)My youngest son has caught the 'bug' as well, he just keeps shouting 'General Lee'(he's nearly 2 by the way), although he's trashed my Corgi 'General!', never mind,bought another! Next one MUST be a 1:1 scale...how cool would that be!!! Best programme of alltime The Dukes...YEEEEEEHAAAAAAAA!!!...I'm Gone....
33 marc zatorski from linthwaite huddersfield: My dad told me about the dukes then i saw it on tv and it just went on from there. I know have a 1/18 th scale of the general lee which takes pride of place in my cabinat full of trucks. yee haa
32 shawn alcorn from ash grove mo: my favorite memory was the first time i saw the dukes of hazzard i justed love the general Lee and daisy duke she would give goosebumps walk into a room?
31 Kate Patton from Burns Flat, Oklahoma: I think one of my favorite memories was watching the reruns with my family when they came on. My entire family loves the show, and the theme song was one of the first songs I ever learned.
30 John from California: I loved this how. It was fun for the whole family to watch. Wholesome entertainment where there was no extreme violence or language unlike shows of today. I grew up watching it and am thankful now that it was part of my childhood sure wish kids today had good shows like this to watch and learn from.
29 Stan from WilliamsburgKentucky: Hey Crazy Cooter
28 jason speight from leeds: having watched the dukes of hazzard as a kid and not seeing them for a lot of years, it brings back great memories now they are back on the tv. yee haa.
27 Jay Isherwood from Brierley Hill, West Midlands: This show was the first show I remember watching at the age of two in 1979 and I've loved it ever since! I agree with jt from Aberdeen, Rosco is comic genius! I plan to own a General Lee replica at some stage, jumping in through the windows of course! The show is just great family entertainment! Kew, Kew, I love it!!!!
26 jt from Aberdeen: I think that the character Rosco was comic genius, from his repeating (but not understanding) of Boss Hogg's schemes, to his excited squealed phrases
"Good news Boss!! I'm on the tail of the Dukes !!" or "Freeeze Dukes !!" and also his faithful sleepy hound Flash's reaction to Boss Hogg - continual barking. Long live the Dukes !!!
25 Fiona from Swadlincote: There are too many good moments to mention them all! Anything Rosco and Boss do or say just makes me laugh. Bo and Luke and Daisy still look good and Cooter still has the widest grin and the dirtyest laugh. All in all thanks to all involved.
24 klara reeves from canterbury kent: Bo is so fit!!!!!!!!!! thank god the shows back on, i might have died without it, and only my episodes on tape!
23 Louise from Reading: Great site. Love the DOH. Bout time it was back on TV
22 bobbie from madison wisconsin: i like the show still.
21 Gillian Tremain from Wadebridge, Cornwall: There were never any night times or days when it rained.
So what was it then, that kept washing away all the bridges. They were always under construction but they were never finished!!!
20 Karley from Kent, England: well the only thing i can say is Dukes rule and that im 15, love the dukes of hazzard and bo was so cute back then! the dukes r so gr8, they were even mentioned in @my wife & kids' tv programme the other day (the one where junior buys a beaten up old car and he tries to restore it and his dad tells him about his 1st car wher he had 2 climb in the window like' the dukes of hazzard')
In the words of Bo duke, YEEEEEEEEEHHHHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
19 Will Datsun from E Grinstead,, W Sussex: Seeing this great programme again prompted me to import a Dodge Charger General Lee from the States last year. Along with Dave Kent there are now 4 Generals in UK! Currently getting mine into working order.
See it at
18 adie from grantham: i wont a general lee the only thing is im only 14 The Dukes of Hazzard is great i love it i love it yeeeh ha
17 David snell from Exmouth: When I was five I loved watching the Dukes of Hazzard. Bo and Luke are my heroes and they always stood up to help people when they couldn't do it themselves.
The General Lee is my favourite car I now own an exact replica of it, my home town are big fans of the Dukes of Hazzard and have started buying the merchandise.
Whenever I drive past people they always ask me "were you in the series and which character did you play" I didn't say anything about it.
16 Jo Devine from Crawley,Sussex: The Dukes of Hazzard has been my all time favourite since l first started watching it as a kid, I just love the car chases and of course the lovely Bo & Luke. I watch the early Sat morning eposide with my son who is nearly 2 and now says yeeeeeeeeeeeeehaaaaaaaaaaa when the general lee comes on!!
15 Kyle from Cottrell: I live my life as though I was a Duke boy.
14 regan from ipswich: i think the dukes rule i have both the p.s one games a box set i have 5 models of general lee. my dads friend used to own a replica of general lee back in the 80's.i have pictures of it,a dodge charger engine manual and a confederate flag number plate which was on his general lee. also i have a dixie air horn, i am only 14 and love the general lee.
13 Andrew Triggs from Penzance, Cornwall: .....adding on from my earlier'Dukes' comments, I'm now the proud owner of a 1:18 scale model of 'The General Lee'!!! 'made up' when I found it.
12 andy hallowell from whitley bay: Still as good now as it was the first time round. But now my kids love it too. Yeeeehaaaaa. We're gone.
11 larry ostrowski from feltwell,norfolk: I was living in the states, when the dukes came on tv in 1979, it was a instant hit, watching it now brings back good memories. It was every boys dream to have a car like the general lee, seeing it now, still makes me want one must be the kid still in me, you never grow out of it.
10 Dan Sellers from Chesterfield: I think the Dukes of Hazzard is the biggest laugh on TV. Boss Hogg and Roscoe Coltrane have me in hysterics! I can't look at an American cop car without thinking of it being trashed- my dad thinks that's why i like the show so much. He also thinks i fancy daisy at the boar's nest.
9 Karley Reeves from Kent: Dukes of Hazzard will eternally rule! just how good was it watchin them jump in and out of the windows and just generally seeing Bo in the general?
Luke was good too musn't forget Daisy for all the guys out there!
8 Andrew Triggs from Penzance: Great childhood memories, was it the boys getting the better of Boss and Roscoe, was it Daisy? Possibly. But when you were 11, it was simply down to The General Lee, you looked forward to what jumps the car and the boys got up to, the chases, crashes, it was simple, but rivetting T.V, I was 17 when it finished in 1985, but watching 'The Dukes'now, just makes you feel all young at heart again, even my 10 year old son, loves it....and owns a Corgi General Lee!.....Yeeeehaaa!, The new films still capture the essence of that era too!
7 Burt Wallace from Scotland: I remember as a child watching the Dukes race round in their car creating havoc everywhere they went. I tried jumping in my dads car at the time throught the window, only thing was i went in head first and got stuck! It was also the first programme i saw in Colour !!! I came home one Saturday morning after a Music leson in a local school to find we had a NEW television! It seemed weird that I had been watching the program for over a year and I did not know the General Lee was Orange! Maybe with the Dukes of Hazzard the Future IS bright then !
6 Dawn Collins from London: When I was a kid (between the tender ages of about 5 and 9), Bo and Luke Duke were my heros. Watching the show again, however, I am amazed at how accurate (and inaccurate) my memories of the show are... and how little our ambitions change when we get older! Accurate memories:, 1. Bo is cute, Luke is not. 2. Bo and Luke have only one shirt each whereas Daisy has the largest wardrobe (mainly of hotpants admittedly) in the world. 3. The Dukes always win, Boss and Roscoe always lose, the farm stays safe. 4. If you drive fast enough and shout "Yeehaw" your car will jump anything. Inaccurate memories: 1. Roscoe's police car doesn't finish up in the pond in every episode (just the majority). 2. Roscoe's police car doesn't lose a door (or two) in every episode (just the majority). 3. Roscoe's police car doesn't finish up upside down in every episode (just the majority). Things which Bo and Luke do which I wanted to do as a kid but my dad wouldn't let me: 1. Jump over rivers (or road blocks, or tree stumps, or other cars) in my car. 2. Slide over the car bonnet to take a shortcut. 3. Climb in and out of my car through the windows. I still want to do all these things, but now my husband-to-be won't let me...
5 Graham Brothwell from Nottingham: This is my favourite programme because I am into cars and its packed full of them as well as action scenes such as punch ups in the boars nest and hot pursuits as well as chases.
4 Jamie Moses from Lincolnshire: The Dukes of Hazzard is the ultimate feel good programme. Bo and Luke Duke, dealing with the stupidity of Rosco P. Coltrane and the greed of Boss Hogg, and who could forget the lovely Daisy.
3 John Richard Lovett from Essex: Because them good ol' boys sure do know how to put on some entertainment, and they have a mighty fine car as well. Yeeeeeehar.
2 Michelle Favell from Worcs: It is my favourite program because its funny and exciting with good car stunts and good how the boys always get out of trouble with help from Daisy and uncle Jesse.
1 Kim Phillip from Vale of Glamorgan: Because I remember watching it when I was young and its still brilliant. I would sell my grandmother to have a General Lee and to be able to drive off with Daisy Duke. Boss Hogg and Roscoe are one of the funniest pair of characters on the telly. (we've even named people in work after them).