Just the good ole’ boys, never meanin’ no harm.  Beats all ya ever saw, been in trouble with the law since they day they were born.  Did you know that Waylon Jennings not only wrote this theme song for the Dukes of Hazzard, but he actually narrated the show throughout it’s entire duration?

The Dukes of Hazzard first aired in 1979, and ended it’s reign in 1986, bringing laughter and entertainment to adults and children alike.  But how many facts from the show do we really remember from the beloved show?

Do you remember the Dukes’ CB handles?  They always kept in touch by the CB.  Bo and Luke Duke referred to themselves as “Lost Sheep One” and “Lost Sheep Two”.  Daisy Duke had two CB handles.  Sometimes she went by “Bo Peep” and sometimes it was “County Cousin.”  And of course Uncle Jesse’s CB handle was “Sheppard”, and that fit him well.  He was always bailing those Duke boys out of trouble.  “Sheppard to lost sheep, Sheppard to Lost Sheep … come in Lost Sheep.”

Do you know what Georgia town the first episodes of the Dukes of Hazzard was filmed?  And where did they move production to?  The show was first filmed in the town of Covington, Georgia, and then was moved to Burbank, California after the first season.  Several cast members did not like the choice to move production so far away, and they threatened to boycott the show.  But eventually, the Dukes of Hazzard continued with the original cast.

Who was the older of Bo and Luke Duke?  That’s an easy one, it was Luke.  Bo was the more immature of the two Duke boys, often contributing to the trouble they would get into, but Luke was the one to most often come up with a viable solution.  Before Luke came to live with Uncle Jesse, he was in the marines.

What name did Daisy Duke give her jeep?  Daisy named her Jeep “Dixie”, and she loved it so much that she could not quit washing it.  She washed her jeep more times than the Duke boys got arrested.

Most of us can remember that Roscoe P. Coaltrain was Boss Hogg’s Sheriff.  But how many people remember what the “P” stands for?  It was only mentioned once, but the “P” stands for Purvis … Roscoe Purvis Coaltrain.

Speaking of Roscoe, can you recall the name and breed of his dog?  Roscoe’s dog’s name is Flash, and he is a basset hound.

While the Dukes of Hazzard characters became your friends, and the popularity of this television show was great, there are facts that we do not always remember, or maybe we never really knew them in the first place.  Well, now we do.