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#84 Our Review of Major League” – The Greatest Baseball Schtick Movie Ever!

Wanna hear something awesome? We’re almost to the $1000 mark in monthly support on Patreon! Want to hear something even more awesome? If you’re not yet a supporter there – you can be! No foolin’, they’ll let anybody in that asks! Seriously, we have a goal to his by the end of September and we’re hoping you can help us hit it. Every dollar counts and goes to use. The most popular option if $5/month. As a reminder, Patreon supports will receive an exclusive once-per-month Q&A show with us – no holds barred! Our next one comes out the final week of Sept 2018 and if you sign up now you can get all of the previous months shows too – no waiting required. You can jump in by visiting www.patreon.com/kfshow. Thank you, thank you!

Every now and then you have to take a break from the cars, smell the roses, and look around the real world to see what else is out there. In our case that means heading to funny movies from our childhood that we still quote daily. Since MLB Standings are just around the corner….that was the perfect excuse to review our favorite baseball movie ever made: Major League! Sit back and regale in Finnegan’s 20-minute soliloquy on the movie complete with every favorite line including: “Up your butt, Jobu!” Bob Eucker was in prime form as the radio announcer, Charlie Sheen was at his best as the bad boy, and Tom Berenger was the ace aging catcher. You’ll love it. We did. And if you don’t love it….car stuff will be back next week anyway, baby!

#83 Sadie Hogg Day: S4 Episode 7 of the Dukes of Hazzard

Guess what? We actually have a sponsor in today’s show! And…it’s one you’ll love to get right here on your phone. It’s called the Unnamed Automotive Podcast and is hosted by our friends (and real automotive journalists) Sami Haj-Assaad and Benjamin Hunting. If you dig hearing about new cars they’ve driven, places they’ve seen, and their comedic zings on the automotive industry in general you’ll love these guys. Check it out! Visit www.unnamedautomotivepodcast.com and choose the platform you like to listen on best.

Dukes Review: Remember high school when they had the Sadie Hawkins dance and the girls had to ask the guys to go? This is the Hazzard County version of that, only with waaaaaaay more girls in shorts that you ever remembered in high school. And instead of a dance they’re running the town for a day. Mostly this is an episode that seems to exist only to shoot film of girls walking in shorts. Anyway, here’s the gist: Boss Hogg has been stealing from the county funds for years and (shocker) on Sadie Hogg day finds out he’ll be audited. In a quick turn of brilliance he decides to make Daisy Duke in charge of the county funds, then has the bank robbed of said funds leaving Daisy liable. Even worse? Acting Deputy Miss Tizdale accidentally confuses Bo and Luke for leaving the bank with the money…when they were actually chasing the bank robbers. Fast forward 30 minutes and it does all get resolved with several more pairs of shorts. Fin.

Still reading? Good for you! People who read a lot get far in life. Did you know that? Even better, people who listen do even better than those who ready. And even better than that, people who support us on Patreon get access to one SPECIAL EDITION show per month from us – so basically, supporting us on Patreon is like buying your way into success and great health. Plus…it keeps the servers paid for, Bernie out of trouble with the wife, and Corndog in…corndogs? Check it out: www.patreon.com/kfshow.

#82 Corndog’s Deep Dive of Trivia on the Daisy Duke Vehicles; Roadrunner, Satellite, and CJ-7!

As you’ve heard by now….we’re taking a little break from running traditional ads right now. That means that right now the only support for this show is coming from you! Consider this your no-guilt-yet-kinda-begging request to take a look at contribution to our show on Patreon. We have $1, $2, $5, and $10 monthly options available – or you can just do something of your own choosing too. In addition to our undying love, Patreon supports will receive an exclusive once-per-month Q&A show with us – no holds barred! We’re recoding our August show right now which features a full behind the scenes take on Mike’s trip to Roadkill Nights. If you sign up now you can get all of the previous months shows too – no waiting required. You can jump in by visiting www.patreon.com/kfshow. Thank you, thank you!

For those of you that love automotive nerd trivia, rejoice. Corndog is back for another “Deep Dive” episode of Nerd Trivia, this time to discuss the 2 (but actually three) vehicles that were Daisy Duke’s cars. It turns out that Daisy’s first car ever was a real 1974 Plymouth Roadrunner, purchased right off of a used car lot in Atlanta along with several other vehicles that would become famous (including the Boss Hogg Cadillac). Corndog is in the process of replicating this very car now (with the May 1978 Florida inspection sticker and all). A few episodes into the show the ’74 was replaced with a ’71 Satellite….which looks totally different but was given the same paint job. Then halfway through Season 2 it was tossed off of a clip and replaced with a brand new CJ-7 Golden Eagle Jeep for some reason, which she would drive until the end of the show.

Enjoy Nerdlandia!

#81 The Final DukesCast that Launched Kibbe and Finnegan: Our Review of S1 Episode 4 of the Dukes of Hazzard!

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This is it. Before there was the Kibbe and Finnegan show there was the “DukesCast” segment on The MuscleCar Place, and today’s K&F is an inclusion of the very last one! This is Episode 4 from Season 1 of the Dukes titled “Repo Men”, which originally was featured in The MuscleCar Place (Episode 282)! It is one of the most pivotal of Dukes episodes ever for two reasons: 1) It’s because Lee 1 (the General that makes the jump at the end of the opening credits of the show) was repurposed as the Richard Petty race car…that 20 years later would be found, restored, and sold to PGA stud Bubba Watson, and 2) this episode featured Jerry Rushing as “Ace Parker.” Jerry was a real honest-to-God moonshiner, had a speedy Mopar as his runner, told all of his tales to Gy Waldron (the creator of the Dukes), and claims to be the real life inspiration for the best driving, most lady attracting, blondest character of them all: Bo Duke. Jerry also thought he was going to have a recurring role in the show…but this was his one and only appearance.

Hope you enjoy! 

#80 The Great Bank Robbery: S4 Episode 6 of the Dukes of Hazzard

This is your conscience reading to you. Support Kibbe and Finnegan on Patreon. They need you. They miss you. And they want to hear from you in the monthly Patreon only Q&A episode! Again, this is your conscience speaking. Do what you know needs to be done. Visit http://www.patreon.com/kfshow and make some dreams come true. (Still your conscience.)

If you’re thinking this is the one where Daisy falls in love, or that this is the one where the Dukes almost lose the farm, or whatever the third regularly used plot line is, you are in for a treat. This has none of those. And other than a sweet drift and a sickening crash into a tree it barely has any General Lee either. We didn’t love it, so here’s the summary. An old man that you’ve never seen before (or will again) gets fired by Boss Hogg,  one day shy of shy 30 years on the job. This makes him ineligible for his $30,000 pension. So, he robs the bank vault of the $30K. The Dukes put it back before Boss notices. The end.

Hey again, this is still your conscience. You considered it before, then paused. I know you, man. I can read you like a book. Go support those boys on Patreon and put me at ease! We’ll both feel better. http://www.patreon.com/kfshow.