Paul Baxley Executive Producer: But then Boss gets news from his doctor that he supposedly has some type of terminal illness that gives him only two weeks to live, and Boss Hogg believes that the only way to save him from the devil is to perform good deeds until it's time, so Boss Hogg gives the Dukes their farm back, and he drops the charge.
It's up to the Dukes to get the mail back from Linc and Dell so the papers that Boss Hogg signed can get to their destination. Boss Hogg's doctor receives a report that his diagnosis of Boss Hogg's condition was an error, and Boss is healthy. Boss is pleased at the correct results, but he's devastated when he realizes that the good deeds that he has already done cannot be reversed.
Myles Wilder, Ralph Riskin Written by: Hollingsworth Morse Executive Producer: Because Hughie is even sneakier than Boss Hogg is, Hughie just might be the man for the job. Hughie frames Daisy for running moonshine, and when Bo and Luke help her escape, Hughie videotapes the breakout, and takes off with Boss Hogg for Atlanta to turn the tape over to the state police.
Since Hughie's tape makes Rosco look bad, Rosco tells the Dukes about Hughie's plan, and they all set out to stop Hughie and Boss before they reach Atlanta. Gy Waldron, Ralph Riskin Written by: William Raynor, Myles Wilder Director: Hollingsworth Morse Guest starring: What happened was Abe got caught up in so many business ventures that he lost track of time. Now Abe has returned to claim his half of Emma Lou Hogg's land, but Boss has already sold the land to a developer. Boss has Abe arrested in a nearby town so Abe will miss the reading of the will.
Luke and Daisy race to get Abe back before Boss pulls off his big switch and grabs the land that Abe plans to give to charity. Dick Moder Executive Producer: Sorrell Booke appears in this episode in a dual role: Jack Whitman Executive Producer: