Bar expert John Green visits Mulligans, an Irish pub in Santa Clarita, California.
Bar expert John Green revamps one of Hawthorne, California's oldest bars, The Falcon Inn.
Kat's romance with Orbi is rocky so she focuses on MusInk, her tattoo and music convention, while Corey and Hannah work on Jay's tribute to his mom.
In 1983, Mick attacked his client's killer and, during a brawl, revealed that he was a vampire but failed to kill the man, who was arrested.
A comic's politically incorrect humor stirs up a First Amendment debate among the staff and a man of the cloth.
Harry (HARRY ANDERSON) decides to teach a rude nightclub comic (LOUIS MUSTILLO) a lesson about the lasting effect of his cheap jokes and bigotry.
When Cooter (BEN JONES) confesses to a crime he did not commit, the Dukes, knowing he is innocent, go after the real culprits.
A fortune teller (LESLIE EASTERBROOK) and her assistant (TOMMY MADDEN) come to Hazzard, and after they steal a bag of cash from the Boar's Nest, Daisy's (CATHERINE BACH) future looks bleak.
Racing against time, John tries to help a black veteran accused of a crime he never committed. In Europe, John-Boy meets Jason's friend Toni in a recreation room in Paris. In the South Pacific, Ben and his friend Norman have trouble with Sergeant Butler.
John asks President Roosevelt to help Harley, who has been falsely convicted of murder.
J.J.'s well meaning efforts to give art lessons to a couple of local kids may be hazardous to his health. The Evanses are mystified by the unusual behavior of J.J.'s most talented student, until they meet the reason for his strange behavior face to face.
John-Boy returns to a pre-war, impoverished Walton's Mountain and tries to reopen a long forgotten mine. Erin hides her second job from the family, attempting to earn more money for the family. John is trapped inside the mine that John-Boy has stuggled to re-open to create jobs in Rockfish.
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