The Dukes of Hazzard

In the hit series that ran from 1979 to 1985, John Schneider and Tom Wopat drove a car named "General Lee" that had a Confederate flag on its roof.
The "Dukes of Hazzard" actress has had a difficult pregnancy, but delivered the perfect pun to sum it up.
Schneider also tweeted about the controversy, posting a photo of accused Charleston shooter Dylann Roof burning the American
If after 150 years we're finally going to consign the Confederate flag to the dustbin of history and to the exhibit cases of museums, we have to make sure we bury the entirety of what that flag stands for as well. It is too late to bring the traitors of 1861 to justice, but surely we can stop treating them as perverse heroes, and we can start calling the Confederacy what it really was.
Tom Wopat in concert "I grew up in the '50s and '60s, and back then, you'd hear Broadway showtunes and standards on the radio
I think he wanted to say something to me then, [but] we didn't have time to say. The girls went off with him, and when they got out of the car, he said, "Bye, I love you." They said, "Bye, dad," and that was it. We never saw him again.
(Yes, Valerie sort of qualifies. Valerie Harper was famously written out of her self-titled show -- her character was actually
Just like in other recent political scandals, the first bit of news breaking from YouTube and social networks on Bob Farmer's jokes about Eastern Kentuckians has sparked a flood of additional information about Farmer on the internet.