What's the name of Boss Hogg's twin brother? In which two episodes did Audrey Landers appear? And just how many Duke cousins ARE there? The classic 1980s TV adventure show 'The Dukes of Hazzard' thrilled millions of fans over seven seasons on CBS. Now you can have all the fun 'Dukes' facts at your fingertips with this definitive reference guide, THEM DUKES! THEM DUKES! The second printed volume of the BRBTV reference guide series, THEM DUKES! THEM DUKES! is jam-packed with great features: comprehensive cast list, character guide showing how everybody relates, detailed episode guide, full credits to the show, a nicely illustrated guide to the merchandise associated with the show, official websites and birthdays of the show's stars, a photo tour of the original Georgia filming sites, and much more! The 2014 expanded edition adds more than 200 pages of content, including tons of photos from the many "Dukes" events over the years. BRBTV has been a solid source of information on classic 1980s TV shows since 1998. THEM DUKES! THEM DUKES is a must for any 'Dukes' fan.
A journalist of both print and broadcast, Billie Rae Bates has been a professional writer and editor for two decades, including 10 years in the daily newspaper industry in Detroit; Saginaw, Mich.; and Wausau, Wis. She's written three novels, two of which are set in Detroit, as well as the BRBTV reference guides, which cover the primetime soaps "Dynasty" and "Dallas," the action-adventure hit "The Dukes of Hazzard," the daytime soap "Santa Barbara," and a host of animated and kids' series. Since 2006, she's kept up a news blog focusing on these classic TV shows, as well as other projects such as the yearlong photo essays "My Mother's Clothing" and "The Inexplicable Lives of Dolls." You can visit her official site at BillieRae.com, as well as the home page for BRBTV at BRBTV.com.