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  • Shame Spiral

    Dukes of Hazzard - Ah, just look at you, Bo Duke.

  • Scott Kleinberg

    Goooooooooooo I love it I love it. Let's get us some Duke Boys down in Hazzard County.

  • Christie Gibson

    Another 80s winner.

  • Amy Lund

    Dukes of Hazard tv series.... Wanted in the worst way to be daisy duke, but can't figure out why as a child I loved boe duke?

  • Lisa Cochran

    Dukes of Hazzard - used to come on Friday nights

  • Vicki Ortizta

    Dukes of Hazard tv series | http://bit.ly/GJRsQy 1970s childhood memories

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