When the President of the United States travels, his personal limousine, dubbed Limo One, just like his airplane, Air Force One, travels with him. On this particular day, Limo One, with its complement of secret service men is heading south through...... Read Full Episode Summary »
When the President of the United States travels, his personal limousine, dubbed Limo One, just like his airplane, Air Force One, travels with him. On this particular day, Limo One, with its complement of secret service men is heading south through Georgia. They stop by the Boar's Nest in Hazzard, where the service and Daisy's (Catherine Bach) smile make the rest stop well worth taking. Crazy Cooter Davenport (Ben Jones) leaves the Boar's Nest with Bo (John Schneider) and Luke (Tom Wopat) Duke. They can't help but notice the elegant limousine that is parked in front. Bo and Luke admire it for a minute but then drive off in General Lee. Cooter is smitten by the looks of the car. He caresses the polished hood, then hops into the driver's seat. From there, it's just a simple step to start the limousine without the keys. The car purrs smoothly, and Cooter and Limo One are quickly gone. Cooter passes the boys in General Lee. Suddenly, the secret service men and the state police, on motorcycles, speed down the road behind the General. Since the General was parked next to the limo, the boys are believed to be accomplices to the theft. When Boss Hogg (Sorrell Booke) hears the President's car is missing, his mind starts thinking about the thank you note from the White House that he'll receive if he recovers the stolen car. He orders Sheriff Rosco Coltrane (James Best) to find that limousine. Rosco, remembering that there have been many auto thefts in the area, suspects that it might be the same group. Boss Hogg insists that it can't be the same group -- because, as we will later learn, that group is run by Boss Hogg and his people would never be dumb enough to steal the President's car. Bo and Luke now return to the farm where they explain the situation to Uncle Jesse (Denver Pyle). The boys want to find Cooter in a hurry, so that they can get him out of trouble. Jesse fears that the boys are already implicated in the theft. Now Cooter appears in their kitchen, grinning from ear to ear. Bo and Luke are relieved to know where he is, but their smiles turn to glares when Cooter informs them the limousine is parked in their barn. That was as far as he could push the limousine after it ran out of gas, he explains. Rosco has now ordered Deputy Enos (Sonny Shroyer) to investigate the Dukes since it was their license plate that the state troopers copied down. Enos, who has an enormous crush on Daisy Duke, visits the Dukes. He wants to look around, but the boys have to hide the limousine. Daisy acts as a decoy, keeping Enos distracted by hanging her dainty underwear on a line. This gives the boys enough time to move the car. Sufficiently hidden, the limo is now out of sight when Enos looks around. Convinced that it isn't anywhere on the property, Enos leaves. The Dukes must figure out how to return the car to the FBI before the FBI finds them with it. They decide the best thing to do is drive it over the county line, have Daisy pick up the boys and have Jesse phone in the location of the car to the FBI -- just like any other good citizen who found the President's car would do. The plan begins smoothly -- until the boys stop to help what appears to be two injured motorists. The motorists aim a gun at the fellows and take the limousine. Daisy soon drives along. The boys explain that she should have seen the limousine, but she swears that she didn't. They then realize that the only place the car thieves could have gone was down old Choctaw Road. They radio to Jesse that the whole case is about to blow wide open at Choctaw. Out on the old road, the boys are joined by Jesse. Together they uncover a massive auto parts operation, which they soon learn is run by Boss Hogg. Cars are brought in and stripped. The torch is about to be lowered on Limo One when Boss calls for a halt. Meanwhile, Jesse starts quite a commotion on his own. The plant is shut down and the operation stopped. Of course the FBI believes Jesse's story, and the boys and Cooter are cleared. The added bonus comes when the President of the United States personally calls Jesse to say thank you.