With Jaime adjusting to her bionics, Oscar wants to use Jaime to infiltrate a counterfit ring and steal the counterfit plates lock in their vault. Steve is adamantly opposed, but Jaime's bionic hearing is the only way to successfully open it the vault. Jaime's body seems to be rejecting her bionics, but does not tell anyone. After the mission the rejection worsens and leads her to run aimlessly. Steve tracts her down and brings her to Rudy, but there is nothing he can do and Jaime dies.Watch Now:Amazon
Hoss accidentally kills a drunk he was trying to disarm. The man's brother bushwhacks Hoss, who has lost the will to live. Joe makes a promise to Hoss that he will kill Red Twilight, the vengeful brother who bushwhacked Hoss, no matter what happens, and will not let Adam stand in his way.Watch Now:Amazon
When Steve returns to his hometown, he runs into Jaime Sommers, his former girlfriend. The romance is rekindled and they quickly get enganged. While the two are skydiving, Jaime's parachute gets tangled and has a near fatal accident. To help save her life and another chance at a normal life, Steve pleads with Oscar to let Rudy operate on her and give her bionics.Watch Now:Amazon
After a 4 state murder/rape spree, the Wilder Brothers head back to Texas for trial, under Paladin's gun. The slimy pair assure Paladin they have plenty of relatives stationed along the way from Dakota Territory, who'll be delighted to pick off the man in black, because he kills for money, Wilders just kill for fun.
The Dukes help an eloping heiress escape from her irate big shot daddy's henchmen to bring her to her fiancé to get her across the county line to get married. But her daddy wants her back and will stop at nothing - even kidnapping Uncle Jesse.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Bo and Luke are given counterfeit money from Granny Annie, the local artist. They investigate to find out where it came from but it turns out to be her. Boss Hogg finds out and wants the engraving plates that make the bills, so he can sell them to big-time counterfeiter Big Jim Downey. But when the Dukes try to retrieve the engraving plates by taking them behind Downey's back, their trickery could have deadly consequences -- and let's just say it would not be a good death -- for Boss. The Oak Ridge Boys perform "Old Time Lovin'" at the Boar's Nest.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
After a fight between Bo and Luke breaks out, Bo leaves the farm for the carnival and prepares for the jump. But Luke, Daisy and Jesse are determined to stop him but they receive some shocking news about the carnival from an insurance investigator named Zimbra.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
When the Dukes go see a stunt show called "Carnival of Thrills", the star of the show is injured while trying to jump a car over 32-parked cars. When the carnival owner, Diane Benson holds a prize race, she offers Bo the star position and he accepts after she makes a play for him.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
When Luke gets Daisy fired from the Boar's Nest, The new sheriff, Grady Byrd gives Daisy a written and physical test which she passes and becomes a deputy sheriff. But Bo and Luke interfere with her work and try and do everything for her.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Boss calls his devious nephew Hughie Hogg back to Hazzard to get rid of the Dukes, and he frames Bo and Luke for possession of illegal moonshine. But he also manages to swindle his uncle Boss out of everything he owns when a phony IRS agent audits him.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Rosco swindles Boss out of everything he owns but out of the goodness of his heart, lets Boss earn some money by hiring him as his deputy. Meanwhile, Uncle Jesse is in a coma after searching for the varmint Steele, who Bo and Luke are fuming against. Late in the episode, Rosco's attorney returns, announcing that an inaccurate will had been read, and that Rosco inherited just $10 from his uncle. Rosco runs out of excuses when Steele conveniently shows up to demand his $100,000 payoff for framing the Dukes (with a phony General Lee).Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
A neighboring Boss, J.W. Hickman is trying to take over Hazzard, and Daisy gives a stranger named Earl into Hazzard to work for Cooter - and Daisy is sweet on him - not knowing that he's working for Hickman, setting off bombs near Boss Hogg. The Oak Ridge Boys perform at the Boar's Nest.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
The Dukes help their new neighbors - the Venables out of a jam when they are being chased by bounty hunters who think they know the location of a stolen $2 million ransom. Also, Boss Hogg thinks there is uranium in Hazzard. Hoyt Axton performs "Out-of-State-Cars" at the Boar's Nest.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
With Virginia City on the verge of economic ruin, out of work miners put their hopes in word of a strike at a mine everbody believed was played out. Ben suspects the new owners have been stealing silver from an adjoining mine also thought dry, and resolves to prove it.
Boss Hogg's honest, rich twin brother Abe (also played by Sorrell Booke) comes to Hazzard for the ready of their great Aunt's will which entitles a piece of land to both of them but Boss had Abe declared legally dead years ago and sold the land.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
John Colby, an old friend of Starsky and Hutch's, returns to town, and asks them to use their connections to help him find his ex-wife Karen. But as they look for the woman, the duo find that there are things that don't quite add up, and, unbeknown to them, the man holds a sinister and deadly secret...Watch Now:Amazon
Rosco inherits 10 million dollars and spends it like crazy: on a Rolls Royce patrol car, a new wardrobe and he even speaks his mind freely to Boss. He then hires Jason Steele, a big-time, mean bounty hunter to frame Bo and Luke into prison.Watch Now:iTunes
When freight company detective Jed Trask is fired after a decade of service, he joins the thieves preventing supplies from reaching Virginia City.
Hondo Harrelson and his team are called upon to investigate robbery-homicides in which powerful drills and cutting equipment have been stolen. Meanwhile, Dom Luca is dating a student, Sharon Merlingdale, who is being carefully watched by Mark Worth, one of the killer thieves. The more Sharon sees Dom Luca, the more convinced North becomes that the girl must be eliminated.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Hedley accompanies an officer and his Nazi prisoner on a mission to locate microfilm evidence against the Nazi and his cohorts that is supposedly buried on the reserve. However, the officer and prisoner are actually two former German soldiers looking for a cache of buried diamonds. Their plan goes awry when Hedley gives the package of diamonds to Judy the chimp, who hides them.
Mike is attracted to a beautiful visitor to the compound, who offers him an important job back in the U.S. with a foundation she is setting up. But Mike's friends find evidence that the job offer isn't what it appears to be, and try to stop him from leaving.
Paula discovers a lioness is not feeding her cub. Despite her father's warnings not to interfere with nature, Paula and Judy the chimp decide to "rescue" the cub, endangering the lives of Paula, the cub, and Clarence the lion.
Dr. Tracy finds himself involved in a scheme by two old ex-cons, who want to return to the safety and comfort of their jail cell, to get caught breaking into the safe in Hedley's office so they can be sent back to prison.
When Jack and Mike release a rescued lion cub back into the jungle over Paula's objections, Paula first sends Judy the chimp to guard the cub and later goes herself, ending up in a dangerous situation.
Clarence the lion runs away and joins a pride of three wild lionesses he meets in the bush, forcing him to choose between remaining in the wild with them or returning to his Wameru home.
A stranger shows up on the sight where Jack and Paula are exploring an elephant graveyard.
When a backslapping American rancher, Joe Wonder, buys the homestead next to Wameru Compound, Daktari and his staff become suspicious of his motives after he uses guns. It soon becomes apparent that he intends to fence off his part of the bush for controlled game hunting, and charge hunters high fees for killing the stray animals from the reserve. After overhearing Daktari say that he can find no legal way to stop Big Joe, Jenny and her animal friends sneak over to his ranch at night and begin to cut down all his barbed wire fences – unaware that Wonder is on guard.
When a Bengal tiger (Serina), formerly a pet of Dr. Tracy’s, shows up at Wameru Compound after three years, Mike and Marsh attempt to discover the mysterious reasons for her return. She becomes vicious in her cage so Marsh lets her go, tracking her into the dense bush country. It appears that he is being led into a trap when the tiger brings him to her sick cub – and a full-grown lion poised for attack.
An all-out search of the dense bush country surrounding Wameru is called after Judy and Clarence disappear. When four days have passed and there is still no trace of them, Jenny starts to worry. Fearing that they have been killed, she refuses to do anything but stand vigil. In an attempt to cheer her up, Marsh gets out Judy’s box containing souvenirs of past escapades. Using these as props, he begins to tell “Judy and Clarence’s Tales” while waiting to hear word of their rescue.