Daisy learns that Jessi Colter has recorded a song she wrote. One problem: Where's the royalties she's due? That's what Bo and Luke try to find out as they infiltrate Hazzard County Commissioner "Boss" J.D. Hogg's record piracy operation.
Did You Know?
The very first Mellow Mushroom pizza restaurant location can be seen early on, when the boys head to downtown Atlanta to confront the recording studio owner. The Spring Street restaurant can be clearly seen behind Bo Duke as the boys and Daisy talk outside the studio across the street. While the restaurant and other buildings have since been replaced by a huge parking garage, the "studio" building at 1200 Spring Street can still be seen on Google Maps. See more
After the Feds' car is rear-ended by the General Lee, its gear-shifter is clearly in a lower gear (the shift-handle is too far downward --- too many "clicks" down from "R" --- to have been in the regular "D" gear) than would be necessary with an automatic transmission, even for travelling on a bumpy gravel road. The driver raises the shifter-handle up more than the usual two "clicks" ("N" and "R") when he shifts it back up to "R". See more
References Smokey and the Bandit