Continuity mistake: When the bad guys from Sweetwater county try to steal Boss' safe, you see them pushing it up a ramp into the pickup truck. But in the next shot, when Daisy calls the operator, the safe is in the corner. And when Bo and Luke go to untie Daisy, the safe is gone.
Continuity mistake: The chase with Daisy in Rosco's squad car ends with a piano slamming into the car. When the truck hauling it comes to a stop, there's a reaction shot of Daisy at the wheel of the squad car. In the next shot, when the piano hits it, the car is empty. A second later, Rosco gets out of the truck and Daisy is back in the driver's seat. (00:30:00)
Revealing mistake: The bandits lock Bo and Luke inside closed coffins and then leave. Bo and Luke begin "rocking" the coffins back and forth to tip them over so they can escape. However in the following shots, as Luke is rocking inside his closed coffin, the camera slips or shifts too much, and you can see the barns' interior at the sides of the screen, alongside some equipment.
Continuity mistake: While it's forgiven that the Generals usually have subtle changes through episodes and the series, in this episode we see a General with extremely inconsistent graphics when Bo and Luke deliver the counterfeit money to Winston. The 0 is off and the bottom of the 1 is extremely long.
Continuity mistake: In the first scene that Steele is chasing the Dukes in, he hits the side of the General Lee. You can see that the side is badly damaged. But in the next shot when the General Lee is taking a sharp turn and sliding, you can see that the car is repaired.
Plot hole: Roscoe and Enos are chasing the boys. They are well ahead of the Sheriff and go up into a semi with a conveniently made ramp to lose the cops. The dust was dissipated enough that Roscoe, coming up from the rear, could have seen the General in the trailer. Roscoe couldn't be that blind. Plus the trucker couldn't miss the movements of the truck settling down from the sudden adding of two tons.
Continuity mistake: If you look closely during the first scene where Turk and Moody (disguised as Bo and Luke) reveal to Roscoe that they aren't Bo and Luke, as they peel off their faces. First Moody (as Luke) is wearing a solid light-blue shirt. When we get a close-up of his face, he is wearing Luke's traditional blue-pladed shirt, and after their masks are totally off, Moody is wearing the solid light-blue shirt again.