Meet the Robertsons, America's favourite big, bearded, camo-clad family. Their home is the Louisiana bayou and their business is producing top-line duck calls and decoys made from salvaged swamp wood. Despite their modest lifestyle and homes in the backwoods, this close-knit family has made a fortune by turning a backyard business into a multi-million dollar sporting empire. But for CEO Willie Robertson, running a family operation is tough when all your employees wander from one distraction to another and find any excuse to leave the warehouse. They may be living the rags-to-riches American dream, but they're just as busy staying true to their rugged outdoorsman lifestyle and southern roots. Willie runs Duck Commander® with help from his brother Jase and their wives, Korie and Missy. The founder of the company and patriarch of the family, Phil, keeps an eye over the business with his eccentric brother Si, a Vietnam veteran. Last but not least is Miss Kay who is the not only the best cook in the bayou but the mamma of the Robertsons, keeping bellies full and everyone in check.
Jase is Willie’s brother and his polar opposite. While Willie enjoys making deals behind the desk, Jase would much rather call the swamp his office. But he knows he’s got to earn his keep, so Jase’s job within the company is to produce the duck calls that have made Duck Commander famous. When pressed, Jase can churn out a thousand new calls in a flash, but he likes to take his time so that Willie doesn’t expect the same performance every day. Jase has more important things than work on his mind, namely, duck hunting.
Jase’s motto is “Only three things matter: God, then family, then ducks.” Jase is married to Missy, whom he met in high school when they went on a fake date to make an ex-girlfriend of his jealous. They’ve been married for over 20 years and have three children: Reed, Cole and Mia.
The youngest son of Phil and Kay, Jules Jeptha "Jep" Robertson, grew up in the duck blind. He is the cameraman and editor for Duck Commander, utilising years of experience to capture excellent footage for the company’s "Duckmen" DVD series.
Jep is married to Jessica and together they have four children: Lily, Merritt, Priscilla, and River.
As a child, Jessica grew up hunting on the weekends with her father in the woods of Louisiana and naturally, she fit right in with the Robertsons. She first met Jep in 2001 and they were married within two weeks of announcing their engagement. Jessica also has a business background like many in the Robertson family, but not from working at Duck Commander. She previously worked in real estate as a licensed real estate agent, and most recently worked in sales.
Jep and Jessica are proud parents of four children: Lily, Merritt, Priscilla, and River.
Though not originally from a hunting family, Korie fit in with the Robertsons right away. As Willie’s wife and business partner, she helped him grow the company into an ever-expanding enterprise. She serves as the Duck Commander office manager and has to make her presence known in order to keep the workshop from turning into a funhouse.
She met Willie in third grade when he asked her to go on a moonlit hike at summer camp. They got married a year after high school and now have five children: John Luke, Sadie, Lil’ Will, Bella, and foster daughter Rebecca.
Miss Kay is the revered matriarch of the family. What she says goes. She was 16 when she married Phil and since then she's been keeping him and the boys from spending too much time in the woods, bringing them back to civilisation each night with a home-cooked meal. Miss Kay believes her cooking talents are a gift that she must share, and often ends up feeding all of the family and most of the neighbourhood. Her most famous dishes are banana pudding, fried deer steak, crawfish pie and sticky frog legs.
Miss Kay's favourite family member is Jesse, her Jack Russell terrier. But here’s the secret: every time the family dog dies Miss Kay quickly gets a new puppy that looks just like the one that passed and even gives it the same name. As Miss Kay puts it, "this way, you never have to grieve."
After marrying Jase at age 19 and raising another generation of Robertsons, Missy learned early on that she would have to step up her game. She was not raised in a large family, but fitting into the Robertson lifestyle became an easy transition, especially with help from Miss Kay.
Missy devotes much of her time to her passion for music; singing and writing as well as volunteering as the music teacher at her children’s school. She is also heavily involved in mission work, both domestically and internationally. She has volunteered her time as the crafts director for the last five summers at Camp Ch-Yo-Ca, a local Christian youth camp where both she and Jase spent many summers themselves as kids. Missy’s family, as well as her church, helps to support an orphanage in the Dominican Republic and enjoy visiting and aiding them and their town whenever possible.
Missy and Jase have been married for over twenty years and have three children: Reed, Cole, and Mia.
Patriarch of the family, Phil, is a living legend in Louisiana and is better known by his alias: the Duck Commander. He may not look like it now, but Phil played American football at Louisiana Tech University in the ’60s. He was drafted into the NFL but turned it down because it interfered with duck season. Instead he stayed in Louisiana, married his high school sweetheart, Miss Kay, built a house down by the river and together they raised four sons.
Never satisfied with the duck calls on the market, Phil began to experiment with making a call that would produce the exact sound of a duck. A duck call for duck killers, not for, as Phil described, “world champion-style duck callers.” Phil stated, “No duck would even place in a duck calling contest.” In 1972, Phil Robertson gave up a coaching career for his love of duck hunting when he whittled a better duck call than any on the market, the first Duck Commander call. His first year, Robertson sold $8,000 worth of duck calls and his wife, Kay, somehow managed to feed four boys on that salary. The same year, he received a patent for this call and in 1973, formed the Duck Commander Company.
The Robertson family home in West Monroe, Louisiana, became the Duck Commander factory, from where he and family members assembled, packaged, and shipped all the calls. Phil traveled from store to store and state to state in those early days, with most of his attempts to sell the new product line ending in rejections.
In the beginning, Kay and their sons not only helped Phil with the Duck Commander business, but they also ran the nets and took fish to market in a side commercial fishing business that kept food on the table.
Since 1973, the Duck Commander Duck Call has become the most trusted duck whistle ever.
Phil's biography, Happy, Happy, Happy, spent many weeks at number one on the New York Times Best Sellers list.
Duck hunting is so important to Phil that he follows a strict routine of no showering, no shaving and no clothes washing of any kind during the ten-week season to ensure a bountiful haul.
Si is Phil’s brother, best friend and partner in crime. He has a very specific job in the workshop, fashioning the reeds that are inserted in every patented duck call. It’s a pretty easy job, made needlessly difficult by the fact that Si can never seem to stay focused for more than five minutes.
The Vietnam vet often shares his war stories with the guys, which usually gets the crew behind schedule, much to Willie’s dismay. Si’s most famous story is that while serving overseas, his mother sent him a blue mug. Thirty years later it’s still hanging from his back pocket and he continues to only drink from this cup, every day.
In 2013, Si published a New York Times bestselling autobiography entitled Si-Cology 1
Si and his wife Christine have two grown children; Trasa and Scott, who have four sons each, for a total of eight grandsons.
Avid outdoorsman Willie is the CEO of Duck Commander.
Duck Commander was founded in 1973 by Phil but Willie stepped in as President of the company and took the business from a living room operation down by the river to a premiere destination for all things outdoors. He says he honed his skills as a salesman by selling his freshly caught fish at the market with his mom as a young boy. Even then he was always working to negotiate the best price. He says “being a redneck millionaire has its perks,” including buying new trucks, gadgets and swanky suits, but working with kin can be a headache.
In 2006, Willie established Buck Commander, a hunting DVD and gear company dedicated to his love of buck hunting.
His book The Duck Commander Family: How Faith, Family and Ducks Built a Dynasty, co-written with wife Korie, was on the New York Times best seller list for over 35 weeks and highlights the Robertson family history, recipes and insider stories.
His face has graced everything from chia pets to garden gnomes and bobble heads, but he is happiest being outdoors with his family and friends and at home in West Monroe, Louisiana with his wife Korie and children; John Luke, Sadie, Will, Bella and foster daughter Rebecca.
Children of the Cornbread
When the Robertson brothers debate which of their wives makes the best cornbread, it escalates into a full-on cornbread cook off. Meanwhile, when Jep, Martin, and Godwin play a practical joke on Uncle Si, it ends up being Si who has the last laugh.
Willie and Korie's Anniversorry
The Robertson family throws a party for Willie & Korie's 25th anniversary, but things take a dramatic turn when Willie and Korie reveal a big secret. Meanwhile, when Jase blames Uncle Si for getting him a parking ticket, they end up bringing the matter before a judge in court.
Statue of Imitations
When Willie asks a local chainsaw artist to make him a statue, he gets a big surprise when it's revealed that the statue is of an unlikely subject -- Willie himself. Meanwhile, Jep and Jessica attempt to help Kay with her hoarding by selling some of her items online, but things take a turn when Kay begins buying more stuff than she sells.
A Decent Proposal
On a trip to New York, Jase's son Reed proposes to his girlfriend, which inspires his father to fan the flames of romance back home with Missy. Meanwhile, when Sadie asks Willie to be a guest lecturer at her business class, things get derailed when Uncle Si tags along and uses it as an opportunity to promote his new invention.
Wild Wild West Monroe
When Jase and Jep get into an argument over which of them is the rightful heir to their grandfather's old rifle, they decide to settle the argument with a marksmanship contest. Meanwhile, Willie and Korie help Rebecca prepare for her trip to Taiwan with her new fianc by rehearsing the customary Taiwanese engagement ceremony.
Father Knows Pest
The tables are turned when the HOA comes to Jase for help to rid the neighborhood of a menacing beaver. Little Will has just gotten his learner's permit, and Willie and Si argue over which of them is the better driving instructor.
Half in the Bag
After Si has started moonlighting as a grocery bagger, the guys show up at the store and their teasing inadvertently causes Si to lose his job and his chance to enter a local bagging competition. To make up for it, they create their own competition to help Si get his job back. Meanwhile, Korie bribes Willie to get some necessary dental work done.
There Will Be Flood
When a large storm hits Monroe, most of the adults head to Phil and Kay's to help protect their house from flooding while Jess, Sadie, Rebecca and Cole babysit the kids. Meanwhile, Jep, Si, Martin and Godwin try to protect the Duck Commander inventory from a leaking warehouse roof.
Willie accompanies Kay to a local bingo tournament and gets seduced by the game, eventually embarrassing himself and Kay with his enthusiasm. Meanwhile, Jase and Jep prove to the younger generation that there are fun things to do outdoors in the mud.
Willie takes Sadie on a tour of a local college in hopes of convincing her to stay nearby after her impending high school graduation. Meanwhile, John Luke and Mary Kate try to prove to Phil that they haven't lost their Robertson roots while away at college.
Jase accompanies Willie on a business trip to Arkansas to pitch a new product and has unorthodox sales strategies. Back in Monroe, Jep and Si have to track down an important item of Willie's that they accidentally shipped out.
Jase and Phil's disagreement over whether humans in a duck blind can be spotted from the air leads Jep to purchase a drone; Si visits the chiropractor for a spinal adjustment.
Willie and Alan agree to help Miss Kay open her own bakery, but things take a turn when it Kay is asked to hand over her secret recipes. Meanwhile, the guys in the duck call room take an extended lunch break by driving to Mississippi for fried green tomato sandwiches.
Si's nephews help him transport a storage container to his backyard, but things take a turn when Jep becomes locked inside the unit; a clueless Jase helps Mia prepare for her cheerleading competition.
Willie is challenged to a game of dodgeball by an old rival and Si thinks his cat is cheating on him with another family.
Jase and the guys convince Willie to hire his older brother Alan to work at Duck Commander, but when Alan begins micromanaging everyone, they quickly change their mind. Meanwhile, the ladies take a self-defense class and use John Luke as a punching bag.
Missy's parents visit and her father goes quail hunting with Jase. Elsewhere: Willie helps John Luke start a snow cone business.
When Missy and Jase's son Reed purchases an old van to boost his music career, his parents begin to question some of his choices. Meanwhile, Willie helps Jep prepare River for a competitive wrestling league by introducing him to his friend, wrestling legend Kurt Angle.
When Willie and his brothers spend too much time frog hunting, their wives challenge them to a "frogging" competition as a way of spending quality time together. Meanwhile, John Luke and Mary Kate pack up for college, only to be interrupted by Si and Miss Kay.
In this special episode, the Duck Commander team surprises two wounded veterans with a trip to Monroe so they can meet the Duckmen. To show their support, the Robertson family stages a "colour run" to bring awareness to our wounded soldiers.
The Robertson family takes a road trip to Liberty University where they will drop off John Luke and Mary Kate for their first year of college. Along the way, they stop in Nashville to visit Willie's friend Colt Ford. Meanwhile, back in Monroe, River wants to make his own ninja movie and the family all play a part.
When an office prank war spirals out of control, Phil volunteers Willie, Jase, and Jep to help Alan at the church, which seems more like a punishment than charity work. Meanwhile, Korie gives Kay a surprise art class taught by famous artist Pierre Matisse.
When Phil and Jase get into an argument about which type of duck decoy works best, Jase and the guys repaint some old decoys, betting that Phil cannot tell the difference. Meanwhile, Jessica challenges Willie to a bowling contest with Kay's "Big Sista's" club.
When Willie and the guys take John Luke golfing prior to his engagement party, their attempts at marital advice don't exactly work out as planned. Meanwhile, Korie's shopping trip for engagement presents takes longer than expected with Kay and Si tagging along for the ride.
When the guys spend the weekend at a hunting cabin to celebrate Martin's bachelor party, things turns explosive after they find a cache of antique black powder weapons. Meanwhile, Willie helps Kay fulfill her lifelong dream of owning a petting zoo.
When Jase receives a palate of fireworks as a gift, he and the guys create a homemade fireworks display for the Robertson family 4th of July barbeque. Meanwhile, Uncle Si is honored by the veterans association and given his own exhibit at a local military museum.
When Jase and the guys discover they have a knack for removing pests from other people's property, they use their new talents to their advantage. Meanwhile, Willie gives Sadie and John Luke summer jobs at his diner, but first he must train them to be good employees.
When Uncle Si has a brush with death, he creates a bucket list and asks the guys to help him fulfill his dreams. Meanwhile, Kay sets out to prove to Willie and Alan that she actually graduated high school
In this very special wedding episode, John Luke Robertson is getting married to his fiance Mary Kate, and our cameras are with him every step of the way.
When Willie takes a business trip to Scotland to expand his duck call business, he brings the entire family along so they can reconnect with their Scottish roots. But when Willie organizes a bus tour to trace his family heritage, he discovers much more than he expected. Meanwhile, Jase brings a group of people to the Highland Games and winds up participating, while Jep and Jessica try to sneak away for a romantic getaway, only to find themselves with Uncle Si in tow.
When Jep asks Willie and the guys to help move his old chicken coop into his new house, which is under renovation, Jessica takes issue with its appearance, leading the guys to yet another project, renovating the chicken coop. Meanwhile, Jase and Uncle Si take some of the kids jug fishing, but when Uncle Si drinks too much expired soda, his behavior gets crazier than usual, much to the kids' delight.
When Willie becomes the temporary owner of a thoroughbred, he and the guys take it to a local track and enter it into a race. Meanwhile, when Kay decides she wants to buy a new birdbath for her yard, she recruits Phil, Martin and Godwin to help choose one that becomes a much bigger task than anyone expected.
A special holiday episode of Duck Dynasty shows when the Robertson family took over the Thanksgiving special of a local TV show "Good Morning Arklamiss." Each family member presents a special holiday segment, with Willie and Jase serving as anchormen, Si as the weatherman, Kay presents her famous Thanksgiving recipes and the rest of the family offer up their unique tips for the holidays.
The Robertsons help a long time employee whose Mom has fallen on hard times by buying her a brand new house for Christmas. Jep, Jase, Martin and Godwin race to finish a deck in time for the big reveal, only to get sidetracked by a hammering competition. Meanwhile, Phil and the ladies prepare a holiday meal, while Willie goes to a local recording studio to create a Christmas song, but is annoyed by Kay and Si's constant interruptions.
When Willie is looking to hire a new assistant, Korie insists he interview her cousin, JD. Willie is hesitant at first, but immediately hits it off with JD, who truly appreciates Willie's sense of humour; now, JD just has to win over the Duck Call room guys, who are wary of having another Willie in the office. Meanwhile, when Uncle Si spends the day over at Phil and Kay's, Jep stops by with the kids to keep them away from Jessica, who has taken ill. To entertain the kids, Si takes them outside for a treasure hunt on Phil and Kay's land. But, in typical Si fashion, the treasure hunt has some interesting twists and turns, leading them to the ultimate treasure - fun!
After visiting a popular burger restaurant, Willie and Jase get into a debate over which of them cooks the best burger, prompting them to challenge one another to a cooking contest. Meanwhile, Phil and Jep take some recycling to the junkyard and wind up having bonding time together in the most unlikely place. While they're out, Jessica and Kay spend the afternoon being creative.
After seeing footage Jep shot using a GoPro, Si decides he wants to use the camera to record a day in his life. But when Si gets on the guys nerves while they're hunting, they kick him and his GoPros out of the blind. Meanwhile, Willie gets lost while taking John Luke and Sadie to an LSU football game, but in an effort to save the day, Willie pulls over and they have their own private tailgate on the side of the road.
When the duck guys have to pull an all-nighter to finish some work, Willie decides he wants to join them. But when a dying smoke detector distracts them from their work, Jase and Willie head off to disarm it, leaving the rest of the gang to finish the order before sunrise. Meanwhile, when Mia and Priscilla spend the night at Phil and Kay's house, Phil scares them with a ghost story, causing the girls to get revenge on Phil while he's asleep.
When Willie and Jase argue over an old GI Joe toy, it leads them into a debate over who would make a better soldier. To settle the score, Willie and Jase head out to the woods with their friends and children for a paintball match, but the game is cut short when Si gets stuck in a marsh and needs to be rescued. Meanwhile, Jep recruits Martin to help him lay a sidewalk in his front yard, but when they run into some problems, Jep must call on Phil to come save the day.
When Jase finds out Jep is planning to buy his kids a fancy playhouse from a catalogue, he and the guys decide to build one for Jep them selves. But when the playhouse ends up looking more like a military-style duck blind, Jep calls in backup to get the project done. Meanwhile, Phil and Si enlist Willie to help them brush some blinds on the land, but when the project takes longer than expected, Willie becomes unnerved, causing Phil and Si to tease Willie like he’s a little kid.
When Sadie spends the day at Duck Commander for a school project, the guys try to show her the ins-and-outs of how a successful company works. But when Willie questions Jase’s ingenuity in creating new products they get into a debate, which leads them to test out one of Jase’s inventions – the cow blind. Meanwhile, Phil and Jep take Priscilla and Meritt to a horse farm, and the girls discover a rodeo sport called Mutton Busting.
When Willie gets a soft serve machine for himself, he tells the guys they can’t use it until they’re done working. But when Jase thinks this is unfair, he takes matters into his own hands and finds a better object to use as motivation – an Argo ATV he buys on the company dime. Meanwhile, when Kay asks Willie for help with her old cell phone, Willie decides to buy her a more up to date device. But when Kay starts bombarding the family with text messages, Willie begins to regret this decision.
When Rebecca returns home from her internship in Los Angeles, the Robertson family plans a big surprise party to welcome her back. But when Willie thinks Rebecca has no plan for her future, he become concerned, and decides to find out how Rebecca plans to earn her keep as a member of his household. However, Willie is happily surprised to discover that Rebecca is a real go-getter, much like him. Meanwhile, when Uncle Si gets sick, he seeks the help of Ms. Kay to take care of him, but when Si takes over her living room, Phil takes issue with his new houseguest.
The Robertson family pulls together a family reunion to give Mia a big send-off before her surgery.
When Willie contemplates re-branding the Duck Commander image, Jase takes issue with having an outsider design their image, so he and the guys create their own new logo and business cards. Meanwhile, Willie and Phil help Bella with her science project, so Phil takes this chance to teach his granddaughter about nature, and ends up teaching her more than Willie was hoping.
When the Robertsons participate in the West Monroe Fire Department pancake breakfast, the firemen invite Willie and his brothers to train with the department for the day. Meanwhile, Phil and Si accompany Miss Kay on a trip to visit a family grave, but Phil becomes uneasy when Kay begins to look at burial plots for their own final resting place.
When the Governor of Louisiana announces that he will be coming to Duck Commander to present Willie with a commerce award, John Luke volunteers to give the introduction speech. But Willie can't help but give John Luke some public speaking pointers, along with Si's unwanted help. Meanwhile, Miss Kay enlists Korie and Sadie's help to pick out a nice outfit for the visit, trying to convince a reluctant Phil to give his opinion on her outfit options.
When Willie agrees to sponsor Mountain Man's radio contest, a "Hands on a Hardbody" competition, he somehow finds himself competing against Si for Mountain Man's last minute prize: a woodchipper. Meanwhile, Jep and Jessica chaperone Lily's first "date," mini golfing with a boy from her school and Jep goes into over-protective dad mode.
When Phil discovers more beaver activity on the Robertson land, he recruits Jase, Jep, and Si to get rid of them. Meanwhile, Willie and Korie bring Bella to her first day of karate practice, but when Willie tells the instructor that he always wanted to learn karate, he is invited to join the class for the day.
With Reed's graduation day approaching, Jase decides to take Reed frog hunting the night before, like he did on the day of his own graduation. Willie and Si join in, and Jase tries to keep them from imparting their "college advice" on Reed. Meanwhile, Korie, Jep, Jessica and Kay pull a senior prank of their own by toilet papering Missy and Jase's house.
Brotherly competition is taken to a whole new level when Jase and Willie challenge Alan and Jep to a survival race through the woods on Phil's property. Meanwhile, Si is interested in finding a new hobby when he sees Kay cutting coupons, so the two join forces to set out on a couponing excursion.
The guys realize it is time for the annual cleaning of the duck blinds when they come across a gator using one as a home. Meanwhile, while the kids are running the church car wash, Si and Willie disagree on the best way to draw in customers.
Stumped on a way to celebrate Willie's birthday, Korie enlists the guys' help and Jase takes the reigns in planning a trip to the lake where Phil and Kay used to live. Meanwhile, when the women realize a raccoon is inside the lake house, they ask for Phil to take care of the problem and he enlists the help of his grandkids on a search for the critter.
The Robertsons perform a live nativity for their Church for Christmas, so the wives organize rehearsals to ensure that they pull off a great event. However, rehearsals get off to a bumpy start as the guys can't stop sharing their opinions. In between rehearsals, Willie and Jase struggle to get their wives the perfect Christmas gifts and they unenthusiastically take Jep's advice.
Tomorrow is the opening day of Duck Season and the men are carrying on their tradition of camping on the Robertson Land the night before... including Willie, who typically opts out of "roughing it." But when Willie shows up to meet the guys in the Duck Commander RV, the camp is divided between those who want comfort, and those that will rough it. Back at Phil and Ms. Kay's, Phil has a tradition of his own that he'd like to carry on before Duck Seasonl, getting a little loving from Ms. Kay. But because one of his other traditions is to be unbathed before Duck Season, Ms. Kay isn't allowing it.
Though Jase lost his wedding ring long ago, Missy decides it's time for Jase to replace it with a new one. When Jase is duck hunting, once again, he loses the ring and is forced to come up with a game plan of how to approach and appease Missy with the loss. Trying to help Jase find the ring, Si goes back to retrieve his metal detector. But Si is distracted when he believes he found the treasure he buried in his yard years back when he returned from Vietnam.
Sadie, has a homecoming dance coming up, but Willie doesn't approve of her dress selection. Willie decides to take Sadie out to find her a new "appropriate" dress. Jase is in a bit of a predicament when the coffee machine at Duck Commander breaks. Jep, the younger and more hip of the Robertsons, suggests they try a new coffee shop.
With Willie out-of-town, the guys decide to flake off work and leave to brush up the duck blinds on the Robertson land. While out, Si believes he spots what he thinks is the infamous "Black Panther," which leads the naysaying men on a mission to prove that what Si saw was an apparition of his imagination. Back at Phil's house, Phil enlists the help of his football playing nephew and his fellow teammate to do chores, citing that this will "make them better football players."
The guys learn from Willie that John Luke is going through his first break up. In order to make him feel better the men decide to take John Luke hunting for nutria, and impart their relationship wisdom. Phil and Kay have a famous pet photographer come to their house to take pictures of them and their canine pets. But having a yuppy pet photographer from the city interacting with country born and raised Phil Robertson becomes interesting.
During Duck Commander's "Casino Night" party for the sale of their 5 millionth duck call, Si Robertson wins the grand prize of $2000 and decides to buy a massage chair for the duck call room. The massage chair becomes a detriment to the workflow of Duck Commander, so Willie takes Si around for a replacement prize. Phil takes Jase and the boys to his secret fishing pond on a neighbor's property. Only problem is, once at the water, the men spot a beaver dam. This means one thing: war!
Willie's suspicious behavior from dying his beard to buying a new motorcycle, makes Jase come to the conclusion that Willie is having a mid-life crisis. Jase's help turns into a competition amongst the Robertson brothers to see who is most fit in body, mind, and endurance. Then, after discovering Phil and Kay's house has a mouse infestation, Ms. Kay convinces Phil they need a cat to help them rid the mice problem.
The Duck Commander team is invited to unveil a wing of the local Bass Pro shop that will feature their products. Meanwhile, Ms. Kay attempts to get some quality time in with her grandkids when she invites herself out with John Luke, Sadie and their friends.
Willie calls the team into work on a Saturday afternoon for an HR training session, but the seminar quickly dissolves from unproductive to complete disaster. When Phil and Kay set out on a long drive to purchase a brand new washer and dryer, they find themselves lost on the outskirts of town. Unwilling to ask for directions, the trip home becomes an epic journey.
After all their hard work, Willie decides to take the entire Robertson clan on a family vacation to Hawaii. But Willie's daily itinerary for the trip gets constantly undermined by the family's desire to participate in their own island activities.
Everyone comes together to plan a surprise wedding for Phil and Kay, setting up a special ceremony on their land, which the whole family attends. Si distracts Phil and Kay by taking them on a "trip down memory lane" to different places that were meaningful in their relationship.
After discovering that Martin has to miss a Friday night poker game for a planned date, the guys (as well as their wives) take turns figuring out the best way to coach him for romance. When babysitting for Jep and Jessica turns into a rocky road, Phil tries to teach his granddaughters how to fish, a useful skill. But even at this young age, the girls outsmart him and have him doing all the work.
The guys realize that Godwin has never really asked them for a favor, even though they are all always helping each other out. Godwin asks them to help him get a hot tub, so they set out to help him pick one up. Phil and Kay teach Sadie and John Luke how to make May Haw jelly.
Due to construction at Jase and Missy's house, Willie and Korie invite Jase and the kids to live with them while Missy is out of town visiting friends. What seems like a good gesture of Willie and Korie's part turns into conflict between two brothers due to a lack of personal space. Then, what begins in the duck call room as a series of "Gentlemen's Bets," turns into a series of bets outside the Duck Call Room as well, eventually leading them to the ultimate challenge at Phil and Kay's house--helping Phil get a wheelbarrow down from a tree.
Because of a termite problem at Duck Commander, the guys are forced to find a different location to work from--Godwin's House. But while at Godwin's house, Godwin gets a taxidermied gift from a past relative, which sends them on a mission to find out how much it is worth. Miss Kay needs help with her Golden 60's club, so she enlists Korie and Willie to help her out.
A decision to try and make some duck jerky leads the boys to Godwin's garage and a minibike race. Phil and Kay have made Willie the executor of their will, and Phil wants to show Willie what he and his brothers will inherit when he and Kay pass away.
Si shows up to work on a mobility scooter, claiming to have an invisible injury from a fender bender with Willie. After losing her beloved turtle "Mr. T", Ms.Kay enlists Phil on a mission to find a new pet turtle.
John Luke and Sadie are getting some dental work done, complete with sedation, and it's up to Willie and Korie to take care of them through the process--including getting them back home safely. Phil goes to DC to recruit Jase and Jep to help him take care of a cottonmouth den and finds them emptying the contents of the broken fridge into trash bags. They set out to dump the trash but keep running into problems.
Si discovers Youtube, and, after watching a series of instructional videos, decides he can make something better. Jase, Jep, Godwin, and Martin help Si shoot an instructional golf video, and upload Si's "four point philosophy" to the web. John Luke totals Willie's truck, and Willie realizes he may be raising the two worst drivers in all of Louisiana. Willie then remembers that all kids are trouble when he takes his niece and nephew for a ride in his loaner, a 2014 Chevy Silverado, and they cover it in ice cream.
The Robertsons host a Halloween event at Duck Commander, where they all come together to transform the warehouse into a "scarehouse." Everyone dresses up and Willie desperately tries to be the scariest, but none of the kids are afraid of him. The youngest grandkids help Kay make treats while Phil puts his own twist on Halloween decorating by making a jack-o-lantern with a shotgun.
With Sadie's (Willie's daughter) driver's license test fast approaching, she finds herself in dire need of lessons. Willie, Jase and Si each set out to correct her glaring failures behind the wheel by teaching her how to drive... Robertson-style. On the other side of West Monroe, Phil decides to play chaperone to John Luke and his girlfriend turning their day date on the river into an awkward afternoon of "Phil-osophy."
The Duck Commander assembly room gets an unexpected shakeup when a disgruntled Si decides to quit his job. But when Willie hires a replacement that clashes with the duck call room, Jase and the guys quickly become equally miserable at work. Meanwhile, Si turns to Phil for work out on the land turning a routine levee repair into a complete disaster.
It's all hands on deck for the Duckmen when an old high school nemesis challenges them to a good old fashion race... at the local lawn mower competition. But Willie and the guys soon find out that this competitive and ridiculous underground sport is nothing short of high octane. Meanwhile Phil has his hands full with his granddaughters when he's called on to construct a playhouse, which he soon uses as an opportunity to teach them about some Robertson family ways.
Willie finds his office in shambles and alerts the authorities that the warehouse has had a break in. But soon Willie discovers that the culprit was his brother Jase, who needed supplies for an early morning frog hunt. Disturbed by his brother's ability to break in so easily, Willie installs a state-of-art surveillance system that he uses to become Big Brother to the duck call room throughout the day. At Phil and Ms. Kay's house, Willie's daughter, Sadie is sent to do house chores to help her unplug from her constant texting issues.
When a heat wave envelops West Monroe the air conditioning unit at the Duck Commander warehouse goes down, turning the duck call assembly room into a boiling sweatshop. Desperate to cool off, the guys leave Willie behind and head to the local lake where they construct their very own redneck waterpark. Meanwhile, Willie hires the local Mr. Fix It, Mountain Man, to get the AC unit up and running once again, which proves to be a painstakingly slow process.
After Willie's son (John Luke) leaves Willie's pickup in the driveway with a bone-dry gas tank, Willie and Korie decide that it's time to get the kid his own car. But without a car of his own for the day, Willie is forced to let Uncle Si drive them on their journey to find the perfect vehicle for the teenaged boy. Back on the family land, Jase, Martin and Godwin make a mess of their fishing trip when a mishap puts Phil's boat at the bottom of the swamp.
Willie pushes his work force too far after implementing new "motivational work tactics," and the guys rise up against him and go on strike. But creating a picket line Duck Commander-style isn't as effective as they hoped. Ms. Kay decides to take her home cookin' to the streets of West Monroe with her very own food truck.
After Korie decides the junk piles in the Duck Commander warehouse are beginning to reach critical mass, she calls on Willie and the guys to do a little company spring-cleaning. But the discovery of an old Ping-Pong table deep within the clutter quickly turns the chore into an all day table tennis tournament. Meanwhile, Uncle Si realizes that he's many years overdue for an appointment with the local eye doctor and ventures out for some new glasses.
After attending a local radio show as a guest, Willie sees an opportunity to host a show of his own. When the station gives him the opportunity, Willie makes the mistake of bringing Uncle Si on the air with him. Jase gets fined by his neighborhood homeowners association for a multitude of local infractions, and decides to fight his case like a true Robertson.
Willie receives a special gift from a Japanese business associate - a "priceless" samurai sword, which Willie keeps out of the hands of Jase and the guys. But when Willie leaves the office, Jase and Si can't help but put the weapon to the test and soon they find themselves searching for a repair shop that can handle ancient Japanese steel. Back home, Willie and Phil decide to take his daughter Sadie out for some shooting lessons.
The Jase, Si and the guys from the duck call room take a field trip to a brand new local donut shop and quickly find out who amongst them can eat the most delicious treats. There, Si enters a raffle to win a brand new camper and when he hits the jackpot Si soon converts his new prize into his own personal office. Meanwhile, Willie gets roped into a furniture-buying excursion with Phil and Ms. Kay, which quickly turns awkward.
Gearing up for his high school reunion, Willie realizes that he could stand to lose a few pounds. Jase and Korie set out to help him drop some weight and the strenuous battle of man-versus-waistline begins. Meanwhile Si is convinced that Phil's hunting dogs don't like him and he goes searching for his own canine companion.
When NASCAR sensation Clint Bowyer pays a visit to the Duck Commander warehouse, Willie and the guys are fired up to spend the day hanging out with the professional racecar driver. But too much enthusiasm about the celebrity's mode of transportation turns into a drag race showdown between Willie and Clint. Phil and Si have their hands full fixing Ms. Kay's barbecue when a trip to the outdoor grill store turns disastrous.
It's Willie's turn to play Santa Claus at the local church this year but Uncle Si crashes the party and the event goes south in a hurry. Meanwhile, the family gathers at Phil and Miss Kay's house to celebrate the holidays in true redneck fashion.
When the warehouse guys new office pet (a lizard) escapes, they try all they can in order to catch the wily reptile. Proving impossible, the guys finally decide to bring in the big guns to help trap it--Mr. Phil Robertson. On the other side of town, Willie and Si have invited themselves to a ride-along with the West Monroe Police where they try their hand at being law dogs.
Willie and Jase invite Korie and Missy along on a deer hunt because they believe their wives have become too "city." The 'Do's' and `Don't's of hunting are doled out in the woods and subsequently broken creating arguments husbands and wives know entirely too well when dealing with the opposite sex. At Phil and Kay's, Ms. Kay decides she wants to frame Phil's original blueprints from the first duck call he created. Only problem is finding it first amongst her hoards of belongings. Si pitches in the search effort as well only to be distracted by the treasures he keeps finding amongst Ms. Kay's junk.
After blowing up one of Phil's dangerously antiquated duck blinds, the Robertson boys hatch a wild plan to build a luxury duck blind in the sky.
Meanwhile, Miss Kay and the Robertson women hold a yard sale and sell some of the boys' most prized possessions, which the boys don't exactly appreciate when they find out.
Phil, Willie and Miss Kay attempt to produce a cooking video for their fans.
Meanwhile, back at the office, the crew gets distracted when Jase comes up with a plan to build a "testing facility" so they can experiment with some new duck calls.
After a big order comes in Willie pushes the Duck Commander team to meet the tight deadline, so Jase and the warehouse guys come up with a plan to build a conveyer belt.
Elsewhere, Phil and Si declare war on the beavers whose dams are disrupting the water supply.
Phil decides to teach his grandkids the value of a hard day's work by building a football field and culminating in a family football game.
But Robertson vs. Robertson competition is further sparked between brothers when Willie and Jase make a side bet that Jase can't handle the responsibility of being CEO of a day.
Brotherly competition gets the best of Willie when he ditches his kids' career day to go play golf with Jase.
Stepping in for Willie, Phil and Si show up at the school and become the teachers' worst nightmare. Later that night, Jase returns to the golf course to hunt the prized bullfrogs he'd seen earlier. Unfortunately for him, country club security is also there.
While out duck hunting, Willie, Jase, and Uncle Si stumble across what redneck's consider nature's most prized succulent treasure, a beehive dripping with wild honey.
Knowing the possibilities are endless for this redneck decadence the men decide to capture the hive. Back at the office, its Martin and Godwin to the rescue when Korie and Jessica get themselves in to some trouble while trying to find duck decoys to use in the Duck Commander carnival game at the West Monroe Harvest Fest.
Jase feels being COO of Duck Commander entitles him to a new office. But when Willie refuses, Jase hatches a plan to build one anyhow.
Willie takes Miss Kay and the grandkids to the petting zoo where Miss Kay decides she needs Willie to buy her goats, just like she had growing up on a farm. But, Willie's patience is put to the test when he returns to the warehouse to find that Jase has made some changes.
It's duck blind maintenance time again and the boys have discovered the waterline is low. At the levee, they realize this is the work of Phil's bucktoothed arch nemesis...THE BEAVER.
Phil enlists the help of the Robertson men to go on a mission to destroy the pesky vermin. Problem is, they keep coming up beaver-less.
Miss Kay decides she wants to open her own restaurant. As a test run she takes over a local restaurant for one night and recruits the family to help. With her experience feeding a huge family, she figures it will be piece of cake.
It's the 40-year anniversary of Duck Commander and this celebration is a redneck Robertson style shindig.
To top off the event, Willie decides to construct the world's largest duck call to be revealed at the party. On the home-front, Miss Kay is tired of the constant upkeep of their house and decides it's high time they spend some of their hard earned money on a brand new home, but house hunting is not Phil's kind of hunting.
Willie decides to expand the Duck Commander brand into the winemaking industry and buys a vineyard sight unseen.
While the family is off helping at the vineyard, Phil and Si take over babysitting duties for the granddaughters. Who will prevail?
When Willie finds out that his daughter Sadie has a new boyfriend, he wants to get to know him, while instilling some fatherly fear, Robertson style.
To keep Sadie preoccupied, Grandpa Phil and Uncle Si take her on their own outing.
To prove once and for all who rules the river AND the boardroom, Willie and Jase revive their childhood rivalry and go head-to-head in a fishing competition with the added challenge of having to sell their catch.
They bring their sons, John Luke and Cole, for a little lesson in business and defeating kin. Three generations of Robertson men battle for victory when Phil and Si tag along offering their sage advice or annoyance.
To expand the women's line at Duck Commander, Korie suggests Miss Kay to launch her own apron line. While she excels in most domestic duties, Miss Kay cannot sew, nor can any of the Robertson women. But that doesn't stop them from trying and failing, repeatedly.
Jase volunteers to take the Duck Commander RV out on pick up, but neglects to mention to Willie, he's taking Si, Martin and Jep along for a road trip.
Back home, Phil and Willie have to use some redneck logic when Miss Kay calls them to get rid of a gator she found in the yard.
Jase and Si embark on a turkey hunt for the annual Robertson men vs. Robertson women cook-off to create a feast of fresh wild game.
With Phil's discerning palate as judge, the teams pull out all of the stops with their best country cookin' secrets. Phil decides to visit the Duck Commander office after he hurts his ankle while working on the land.
To keep himself occupied, he decides to go work in the office. But it's been a while since Phil has stepped foot in the warehouse and things have changed quite a bit.
When a big business decision must be made affecting Duck Commander, Willie plans an employee retreat.
But trust falls and rope courses are not the type of team building that for this group. Phil steps in with the true Robertson way and gets everyone back to nature. The camping trip gets derailed when Si stumbles upon some giant snapping turtles!