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Air weekdate:Wednesday Cast:Jessica Robertson, Jep Robertson, Korie Robertson, Kay Robertson, Jase Robertson, Missy Robertson, Si Robertson, Willie Robertson, Phil Robertson Genre:Reality Channel:A&E Status:Ended
Duck Dynasty season 1 episodes list:
Willie becomes exasperated when Phil and Jase show him they'd rather hunt and fish than make and sell duck calls, which is only their business. To make matters worse, when Willie is called upon to help Ms. Kay shoot a cooking video, the guys are left in charge of Duck Commander, with disastrous results.
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.
After Willie lands the biggest order in Duck Commander history, mayhem ensues when the boys try to help by building a conveyor belt in true redneck engineering fashion. Meanwhile, Phil discovers his woodsy arch nemesis--the biggest beaver dam he's ever seen--and decides the only way to get rid of it is with a little TNT.
Phil and Si fill in for Willie at his kids' career day in school and give the children some lessons they'll never forget by telling gory Vietnam stories and dismembering a duck right in front of them. Meanwhile, Jase and the guys have fun with some late-night frog hunting at Willie's country club--until club security shows up.
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, Ms. 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.
Jase feels being COO of Duck Commander entitles him to a new office. When Willie refuses, Jase hatches a plan to build one anyhow. Willie takes Ms. Kay and the grandkids to the petting zoo where Ms. 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. Ms. 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 the Robertsons celebrate with a redneck-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, Ms. 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?
While out duck hunting, Willie, Jase, and Uncle Si stumble across what rednecks 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. Meanwhile, Martin and Godwin must rescue Korie and Jessica after they get into trouble looking for duck decoys to use in the Duck Commander carnival game at the West Monroe Harvest Fest.
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 that Ms. Kay launch her own apron line. While she excels in most domestic duties, Ms. 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 that he's taking Si, Martin, and Jep along for a road trip. Back home, Phil and Willie have to use some redneck logic when Ms. 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 visits the Duck Commander office after he hurts his ankle while working on the land. To keep himself occupied, he goes to work in the office. But it's been a while since Phil has set 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 will work 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 on some giant snapping turtles!