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Judge Pryor Goes Full Carnes!

Not one to let Judge Carnes get all the good pop-cultural references, Judge Pryor pulls off an on-point Dukes of Hazzard reference:
When Dustin Myers and Kelley Bowman ended their engagement to be married, Dustin attempted to retrieve the diamond ring he had given Kelley and other personal property, but that attempt prompted allegations that Dustin had stolen Kelley’s dog, followed by a police chase on rural roadways and a brief arrest of Dustin and his father, Rodney Myers. The end of the police chase, which resembles a scene from a rerun of the 1980s television show, The Dukes of Hazzard, fittingly was captured on a video camera on the dashboard of a police car.
What, no extended footnote explaining where the show was filmed and how long it was on the air?

BTW, in the police chase which officer was Deputy Cletus?


  1. Happy Friday, SFL.
    Hang Ten!

  2. "The end of the police chase, which resembles a scene from a rerun of the 1980s television show, The Dukes of Hazzard, fittingly was captured on a video camera on the dashboard of a police car."

    Two comments: First, why "rerun"? Why not just a "scene from ... the 1980s television show"? Second, the first comma before The Dukes of Hazzard shouldn't be there, because The Dukes of Hazzard isn't the only 1980s television show out there.

    Otherwise, cool opinion.


  4. Why single out Deputy Cletus? Enos is the one who got his own spin-off show:

    And we'll pretend that the reformulation of "The Dukes of Hazzard" with Cousins Coy and Vance replacing Bo and Luke Duke never happened.

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