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#71 Super Fake Double Duke Boys with a Fake General Lee; Our Review of S4 Episode 2 of the Dukes of Hazzard!

We are live on Patreon now – and thank you, thank you, thank you for the support so far! It’s freaking awesome and we’ll use the proceeds to keep the show in full production hands (i.e. pay Bernie), plus buy speed parts for two Chargers. You can jump in by visiting www.patreon.com/kfshow.

Dukes Review: For the love of all that’s holy, this may be the most perfect Dukes episode ever. When the premise of your episode is a set of fake Bo and Luke’s with a fake General Lee it truly cannot get any better without receiving an R-rating somehow. Here’s the gist of it all: Boss Hogg hires two dudes to literally portray Bo and Luke Duke. He has professional masks and wigs made so that these fakers will look just like the real McCoy, all so that they can publicly rob the bank and leave a trail of both shock and awed public eyewitnesses. He even gets his fake fakers a fake General Lee that will magically have to fight the real General Lee to the death. Here’s a clue fake General Lee: Real General Lee always wins! Paul Baxley directed this episode and it’s loaded with a terrible plot and spectacular stunts, just as God intended. 10 Corndogs all around!

#70 Where It all Began: The Lost Review of “One Armed Bandits: S1E1 of the Dukes of Hazzard

Hey hey! If you’d like to support the show, both witty banter and show review, you can! We’re live on Patreon now! Thank you thank you thank you for the support. When we hit our funding goal Bernie gets a new hip! You can jump in by visiting www.patreon.com/kfshow.

At long last, this is the long lost Kibbe and Finnegan Review of the very first episode of The Dukes of Hazzard ever; “One Armed Bandits.” Many of you have asked where we reviewed this episode, because the very first K&F Show starts with a review Season 1 Episode 5 of the Dukes. The thing is, when we started Kibbe and Finnegan it wasn’t actually Kibbe and Finnegan….it was a segment we did on The MuscleCar Place Podcast called “DukesCast.” After 4 Dukes Cast episodes it was clear that we needed a full blown show of our own to take our love of the Dukes (and witty banter) to the next level.

Anyway, ask and ye shall receive! Also, be warned. This is (basically) nothing like a Kibbe and Finnegan show that we do now. Mike’s on the phone in this one. There’s no Corndog. And this was done over 2 years ago on The MuscleCar Place (Episode 274 – http://www.themusclecarplace.com/tmcp-274-dukescast1), and on the Internet a two year gap is like a century. The Dukes episode itself that we review is pretty different too. Other than the characters having the same names they do now, and the General Lee being orange, everything else is waaaaaaaay different!

#69 Yes! It’s The Dukes of Hazzard Star Trek Crossover – S4 Episode 1 of the Dukes of Hazzard

So, yes – we are live on Patreon now – and thank you, thank you, thank you for the support so far! It’s freaking awesome and we’ll use the proceeds to keep the show in full production hands (i.e. pay Bernie), plus buy speed parts for two Chargers. You can jump in by visiting www.patreon.com/kfshow.

Here’s the Dukes Review: In our last show Finnegan got what he had always wanted: A review of Two Lane Blacktop. This time, it’s Kibbe’s turn for joy filled senselessness; a Star Trek the Next Generation crossover episode with the Dukes! Well, not quite that, but close-ish. This is the first episode of Season 4 of the Dukes of Hazzard and the guest star is none other than Johanthan Frakes, Commander Riker himself. Commander Riker plays the part of a nephew to Boss Hogg, and as a Hogg relative Commander Riker must steal and connive his way through life. It’s in his blood. Anyway, he fulfills his Star Fleet destiny by counterfeiting money, putting it into boxes of “grits”, and then falling into love with Daisy Duke and getting her to marry him to avoid the eventual damning legal testimony issue he’ll have in court when he gets caught. It fails, Daisy is shunned, the General Lee jumps, and Riker gets beamed back up to the Enterprise (not true, but wouldn’t have that been super awesome)? 

MeUndies is also back to sponsor this episode…and just in comfort ball cuddling time! To get your 20% off of your first order of MeUndies, Free Shipping AND their 100% Satisfaction Guarantee and get the best and softest underwear you will ever own, go to http://www.MeUndies.com/kafs. Trust us. Get the ones with the crotch pouch.

#68 The Podcast Finnegan Has Been Waiting For All His Life: Our Full Review of “Two Lane Blacktop”

Before I give the movie review, I’m happy to announce that we are now into our second week of being LIVE on Patreon! Thank you so much to those of you who chose to support the show directly, and we promise to use all funds to continue building the show you want and the one we love to make. We have also figured out what we’re going to do for Patreon supporters and you’ll hear about in an upcoming episode.  You can go hear to add to the mix: www.patreon.com/kfshow.  Thank you again!!

In this episode of the show we finally reviewed the movie Two Lane Blacktop, a movie that Finnegan’s been wanting to hit since we started. Without a doubt this is the last piece of the cinematic puzzle that makes Mike…well, Mike. It’s a movie that has clearly influenced him greatly not because it’s a fantastic comedy or anything, but because it’s about two guys running the country in a homebuilt gasser ’55 Chevy. In their lives that’s all there is, it’s all they need, and all they want. Or is it? Along with way they pick up a random hitchhiker girl who (like the two guys) has no apparent backstory and no dreams going forward. They race an older guy – cross country – in a ’70 GTO Judge who is as philosophical as he is total crackpot wacko. There’s a ton a dialogue in this movie, yet there’s nearly none at the exact same time. This was done in the era of movie making where sometimes the plot and meaning was a secret known only to the writer and director…and Finnegan freaking loves it. In fact he loves it so much that his favorite car ever is a ’55 Chevy gasser named Blasphemi. Kibbe has decided that the psyche of Finnegan is made up of a very simple equation, and once you understand it you’ll have unlocked the key to Mike’s brain, soul, and car:

Two Lane Blacktop + Better Off Dead + The Dukes of Hazzard + Spaceballs = Mike Finnegan

And finally, Stamps.com is back in this episode as a show sponsor! For those of who like to sell parts online (especially eBay), this will be right up your alley of time saving awesomeness. With Stamps.com you can access all the services of the Post Office right from your desk. Right now you can use KAFS for this SPECIAL OFFER: a 4 week Trial that includes postage and a digital scale! To get the deal go to Stamps.com, click on the Radio Microphone at the TOP of the homepage and type in KAFS.

#67 We’re Live on Patreon and Our Final Season 3 Dukes Review: Episode 22, The Canterbury Crock

OK, two big things to share in this one. First, we’re now LIVE on Patreon and you can find it at https://www.patreon.com/kfshow! We have every desire to continue to do – and build – this show, and as we shared in the show….it hasn’t gone quite to plan. But, a number of you have awesomely offered (and even asked) to support the show directly, and Patreon is the best way that we know how to do it. You can choose from the three levels of support you’d like to do and we’ll be putting together something cool for those that choose to go this direct route! We’re building this airline as we fly it (or as we jump it). Maybe this is the point where things can go to that next level.

Here’s the second big thing; we just finished our review of the final episode of Season 3 of the Dukes. This episode is likely both the first and lat time that Julius Caeser will be referenced as a connection to the plot of the story (not a joke). Apparently a vase was commissioned by Cleopatra, it ended up in Hazzard County, and a fancy-pants art collector brings Sgt Tackleberry from the Police Academy movies to come get it. This somehow leads to Daisy giving Cooter flowers for his birthday, Rosco and Boss jumping the General Lee backwards down a cliff, and everything working out great in the end. And a widow gets her mortgage paid in there somewhere too. 10-corndogs all around.

MeUndies is also back to sponsor this episode…and just in comfort ball cuddling time! To get your 20% off of your first order of MeUndies, Free Shipping AND their 100% Satisfaction Guarantee and get the best and softest underwear you will ever own, go to http://www.MeUndies.com/kafs. Trust us. Get the ones with the crotch pouch.

DUKES REVIEW: Do you remember Tuck McElroy, Lead Singer of The Good ‘Ol Boys and the driver in the Winnebago from the Blue Brothers? That’s the bad guy in this episode. And unfortunately, that fact alone is pretty much the highlight of this one too. Anyway, here’s the run down: Boss Hogg is kidnapped for ransom by an escaped convict, ‘ol Tuck McElroy himself. The convict had been imprisoned after Boss had testified against him at a trial, and he swore his revenge…which is what this whole episode is about apparently. The convict steals the General Lee, puts Boss in the shotgun seat, buys a log of salami, and then hides in a shack until the Dukes challenge him to a race (weird race – it’s the General Lee vs the Dukes, all of whom are riding horeseback). I made almost none of that up. 6 Corndogs.

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