Trivia: The series' third episode, 'Mary Kaye's Baby', is the only episode of the entire run not to feature the General Lee (instead, the Duke boys drive around in a car borrowed from Cooter).
Trivia: Boss Hogg had a twin brother (Sorrell Booke in a dual role), who appeared in only one episode. He was the literal opposite of Jefferson Davis Hogg - he was law-abiding, wore black, and was called Abraham Lincoln Hogg.
Trivia: When Bo and the girl are having a picnic type thing, they are only about ten feet from the dressing rooms. Also, the hat that Bo puts on is Guy Del Russo's hat, their makeup guy (with commentary).
Trivia: Denver Pyle and Sorrell Brooke are the only actors to have appeared in all 146 episodes of the show.
Trivia: Why do the Dukes (and Daisy) always climb through the windows to get into the General Lee? The reason is they can't open the doors - as it was a race car, the doors are welded shut.
The Meeting - S2-E4
Trivia: The dollar coin that the mobster was flipping must have been ninety percent silver. At the end, before being shoved into his limo, the mobster is flipping it, and tosses it into the air. When it hits the pavement, it has a lower pitch ring than a regular dollar coin with copper.
Answer: Hogg didn't own the farm and hold the mortgage until that episode. He says that he "bought aII Jason's hoIdings Iast week", but the Dukes didn't know about it and thought they still had to pay Higgins.