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Creating duck calls out of stray swamp wood may not sound like a dream job, but to the Robertson Family, it's not only a family tradition, but a multi-million dollar business! In the heart of the Louisiana bayou you'll find the Robertson clan, made up of Willie and Jase, the two business-smart brothers and owners of Duck Commando, along with their wives, Missie and Korie, their enigmatic uncle Si, and the leaders of the family, and founders of the company, Phil and Kay. Together this redneck family turned a small time business into one of the largest, most successful companies in duck hunting, without ever compromising their old lifestyles and southern traditions.

Each new episode brings about more situations that the family finds themselves in, with everything from the elders having to babysit the many grandkids, teaching them how to gut a fish, to Willie buying a winery he saw on the internet just for kicks. Each and every episode presents a new, and often hilarious, mess for the family to find their way out of.

It's not everyday that you get to see what life on the bayou is like, especially for a family of millionaires, and it's a refreshing and comedic take on the American Dream. With more money than they know what to do with, and a prankster's mindset, this family is not your usual set of upper-class individuals. With Si's witty remarks, Willie's determination to make everyone work, and Jase's constant attempts to just get out into the swamp, the family clashes together and keeps you watching to see what will happen next. If it weren't for Kay's cooking, it's easy to believe that half the family would stay out in the swamp hunting all night long.

With its eclectic cast of characters, down-home charm, and almost impossible scenarios, Duck Dynasty is both a funny and interesting look into one of the most successful businesses in hunting, and the family behind it.

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7 Seasons, 83 Episodes - Currently Airing
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Duck Dynasty Full Episode Guide

  • The Robertsons get Jessica and Jep's new home in Willie and Jase's neighborhood ready for them to move in to; the guys search for the perfect housewarming gift for Jep.

  • The guys create a floating duck blind and try it out; Kay takes bad pooch Bobo to doggie obedience class.

  • Willie becomes the assistant coach on Lil' Will's football team and competes in a scrimmage against the kids.

  • The guys renovate Jep's old chicken coop after Jessica complains about its appearance. Uncle Si drinks too much soda.

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You Can't Get STDs from 'Biblically Correct' Sex, Says Phil Robertson of 'Duck Dynasty'

A&E, what hath thou wrought? It was bad enough when "Duck Dynasty" patriarch Phil Robertson used his reality TV fame to denounce homosexuality. Now, Robertson appears to be making medical claims. "Biblically correct sex is safe," Robertson said during a sermon in Louisiana. "It's safe. You're not going to get chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, AIDS — if you, if a man marries a woman, and neither of you have it, and you keep your sex between the two of you, you're not going to get EVER sexually transmitted diseases.

A&E Lifts Robertson's 'Duck Dynasty' Suspension

After a little more than two weeks, Phil Robertson's exile from "Duck Dynasty" is over. The A&E network's suspension of Robertson following his controversial interview with GQ magazine ended after fans of the show protested and signed petitions, and in the end, the suspension will have no effect on the series. The uproar began with the publication of the interview, in which Robertson equated homosexuality with bestiality and terrorism and insisted that he never witnessed any racism when he was growing up Civil-Rights-era Louisiana.

'Duck Dynasty' Star Phil Robertson Suspended for Anti-Gay Remarks, Fans Propose Boycott

Could this be the end of a dynasty? "Duck Dynasty" star Phil Robertson has cause a major stir with anti-gay remarks made in a recent interview with GQ. In the interview, Robertson called homosexuality "illogical," saying that "a vagina...would be more desirable than a man's anus." Robertson employed a "slippery slope" argument, saying that "sin becomes fine" if society isn't careful. "Start with homosexual behavior and just morph out from there," he said.

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