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K&F Show #44 - Our Amazing Review The Fast and The Furious…Also Known as “Point Break with Cars”

We’re taking a “movie break” from the Dukes of Hazzard this episode and decided to focus our efforts on reviewing the very first movie of the “Fast” franchise, “The Fast and the Furious.” Finnegan freaking loves this movie. Why? Because it is essentially an automotive version of another great movie, Point Break, and just replaces the surf boards with cars. Everything else literally lines up though. Here’s the proof: Cop infiltrates the suspects lair by going undercover and winning his trust and friendship. (Check.) Cop ends up in falling in love with and bedding the bad guy’s sister. (Check). Cop starts to see that the bad guy, while he does bad things, has his reasons. (Check.) Cop decides to let the bad guy have one last spiritual escape of surfing…er, drag racing, and then lets him go with apparently no consequences to his future law enforcement career. (Check.) Japanese front wheel drive hot rods litter this movie, and a ’70 Dodge Charger with a totally fake blower becomes the mascot of a film franchise that will go on to rake in billions. They even have launched a live stunt show in the UK.

TMCP eBay - 1970 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

One day each week we’ll list a cool project car or a nice driver for sale here from eBay Motors.  We’ll try to keep the price to a max of $20,000 for full driver cars. For project cars, no more than $5,000. Visit us every day, or just click the flame to get it via […]

TMCP eBay - 1989 Pontiac Trans Am

One day each week we’ll list a cool project car or a nice driver for sale here from eBay Motors.  We’ll try to keep the price to a max of $20,000 for full driver cars.  For project cars, no more than $5,000. Visit us every day, or just click the flame to get it via […]

K&F Show #43 - The Late JD Hogg – S3 Episode 5 of The Dukes of Hazzard!

Due to a hilarious medical error, Boss Hogg thinks he’s dying. He immediately realizes he’s done a ton of greedy evil things in his life, and tries to buy his way into heaven by doing “good deeds” while he can in order to avoid going to Hell. He obviously can’t do that, but it makes for good TV fun. He gives the Dukes their farm, the orphans their orphanage, and the Little League their own…league? Doesn’t matter. The shenanigans really get rolling when he finds out it was all a mistake. And there are bad guys in this one too that should be central to the story, but they really aren’t. The highlight is the cameo by Mr. Belding from “Saved By the Bell”. Solid Hijinks ensue.

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K&F Show #41 - The Hazzardville Horror – S3 Episode 3 of The Dukes of Hazzard!

For those of you that love the “witty banter” portion of this episode, be prepared for everything you’ve ever wanted to know in regards to watching the great Solar Eclipse of 2017, how to correctly launch a drag boat to music, and what count of the clock to look for to step on to the football field if you’re leading a drumline. Also – the triumphant return of the game “Guess Who’s Birthday!

At some point in every great TV show series run they do the holiday episode series. This time around it’s Halloween and it’s all centered around the Haunted House in Hazzard. The house is occupied by a set of small time thieves running a smelting operation in the basement to melt down their stolen silver.  Everything is going great until a pretty girl returns to Hazzard to claim the house from her long lost Uncle. With me so far? Bo & Luke get blamed, the house scares people, and somehow it leads to the General Lee jumping a lake and ending up on a postcard received by hundreds of thousands of kids in the early 1980’s. Boom. Best summary ever! Hijinks ensue.