The colorful cast of characters of the duck-hunting Robertson family are back for another season of down-home humor and homespun Southern charm. Get ready for more antics and no-nonsense know-how from patriarch Phil and Miss Kay, son Willie and wife Korie, Jase, Uncle Si, Missy, Jep and the rest of their close-knit extended Louisiana bayou brood as they face new challenges and family milestones.
While many of the guys' wives and children are in Africa doing charity work, Willie and Jase get into a debate over tracking ability which leads to a challenge--can Jase and Si track and capture Willie and Jep?
I'm a little sad, no, I'm a lot sad that this will be their last season. I've watched from the very beginning and always looked forward to Wednesday nights. I can remember watching the previews and thinking, hmm, this might be something interesting. I watched the first two episodes and was immediately hooked. I told so many people about this show and they should check it out. I was a new positive form of reality tv. I purchased every season. Plus purchased a whole bunch of product from their online store, including a duck call...and I don't even hunt. Going to miss the bearded wonders... Blessings to the Robertsons. You've made these past five years very enjoyable.
This is the best family show in America. My family almost never agrees on what to watch but the whole family knows when Duck Dynasty next episode is released and we all meet at the TV. What my wife and I love is the family values it teaches. Last my wife and I have always teach our children thintnkbof others and ALL of the Duck Dynasty live that quality.
As one who left home at 16 and went in the Coast Guard at 17 I had family but not close to me. I have watched them from the beginning and Love them for being the way they are and glad Jesus is not a stranger to them. The Bible says don't be ashamed of him and they are not. If I had a family or friends as them I would be very proud and blessed by God for them but yet I'm blessed to see their oneness. So God bless and hope you still find ways to come together after the cameras are gone.