Enos' former superior, Sheriff Roscoe P. Coltrane, pays him a visit from Hazzard County and ends up getting our hero in a mess of trouble.
Enos and Turk become truck drivers in order to smash a drug ring.
Phony policemen burglarize a mansion right under the noses of Enos and Turk.
Daisy Duke arrives in Los Angeles from Hazzard County to pay Enos a visit and ends up getting into trouble with crooks. It's Enos to the rescue.
Officers Enos and Turk become fugitives from the Secret Service in a desperate attempt to save Lt Broggi from a gang of counterfeiters.
A cunning wanted fugitive leads Enos and Turk on a merry chase.
Enos and Turk are reluctantly sent by Lieutenant Broggi to pick up a clever bank robber in Nevada. The lieutenant's fears prove correct as the man escapes not once, but twice.
There's a gang of fur thieves that need to get their comeuppance, and they do on "Enos".
Enos and Turk are on the trail of fur robbers, but Enos pauses along the way to become big brother to a hostile, street-wise black kid.
Enos and Turk go undercover as fishermen to break a burglary ring preying on a marina.
Enos and Turk go fishing — to land some crooks, of course — who've been terrorizing a nearby marina. Meanwhile, the police shrink decides to split up the
pair, for the good of the department. And we could think of something else for the good of TV.
Enos and Turk look into a racket involving the sale of moonshine liquor to local bar owners.
Things especially ratings — just haven't been the same since Enos left Hazzard County and the "Dukes." To impart more country flavor, tonight's bad guys are a gang of moonshiners movin' in on LA, and there's a pretty hillbilly singer involved, too.
Enos plunges the entire metro squad in hot water when he insists on arresting the wife of the deputy chief of police.