Author's note: Hi guys, I just wanna take this chance to say thank you for all the nice reviews! Sorry for not updating in like 2 months. I'm not as into the Dukes of Hazzard as I was in March, especially since they took it off Amazon Prime, which was my primary means of watching it :( . However, I'm still a fan of the show, and I feel like I owe it to y'all to try and finish this fic (though I don't know how long it'll take me; I can't promise regular updates.) Thanks for understanding. -Mo 3

Morning somehow came too quickly and not fast enough. Luke got dressed and stumbled into the kitchen. Jesse and Daisy were already at the table, sitting in a similarly-groggy state. Nobody even thought about breakfast.

"Alright, I'm gonna call up Cooter, Rosco, and Enos. Daisy, you and I should ride together. This guy could be real dangerous." The three Dukes nodded in unison. Luke picked up the phone and called up Cooter, who immediately agreed to come over, and the police station, where Rosco was reluctant to come, but after hearing the circumstances, drove over with Enos. Within ten minutes, the gang was congregated in the Dukes' front yard.

Luke stood on the top of the porch steps. "I'm sure y'all have heard the news- we think Bo has been kidnapped by that no-good scum Edward Blackwood. We oughta split up to cover the most ground. Uncle Jesse and Cooter, you guys take the north part of Alabama. Rosco and Enos, you head south and cross over there. Daisy and I will search the central part."

Enos piped up. "Luke, you can't cross the Alabama border. It would violate your probation. Heck, Bo being taken across the border violates his probation…"

Rosco smacked him in the back of the head. "Enos, you jackass, he's been kidnapped, he didn't intentionally violate his probation. Luke, I'm willing to look the other way if you and Bo stay out of our hair for a while." Luke nodded in agreement.

"Okay, let's head out." Luke walked over to the General Lee and climbed in the driver's seat, Daisy following close behind. They sped out of the driveway and headed west.