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Box setColor NTSCSubtitledtogether and be a success at the same time. Their booming business employs half the neighborhood, and each day brings a newset of challenges, but this clan meets them with a special brand of Southern know-how and humor. At the end of the day, thewhole family enjoys some down-home time at matriarch Miss Kay’s dinner table, ready to do it all again the next. See for yourself why DUCK DYNASTY has won millions of viewers and fans across America.DISC 1: Family Funny Business / CEO For a Day / High Tech Redneck / Frog in One / Redneck Logic / Too Close for Comfort /Leave it to Beavers / A Big Duck-ing CallDISC 2: Sauvignon Beard / Plan Bee / Daddy’s Got a Gun / Fishin’ For Business / Redneck Roadtrip / Winner, Winner TurkeyDinner / Willie Stay or Willie GoDISC 3: Bonus
The world of reality TV has spawned so many strange and unlikely celebrities that by now nothing should come as a surprise. Butstill… who could have predicted the success of A&E’s
, a series about a family of self-described backwoodsLouisiana rednecks who make duck calls? The clan is the Robertsons, whose company, the West Monroe, LA-based DuckCommander, has made them all rich. It was founded some four decades ago by paterfamilias Phil, who doesn’t have much to dowith day-to-day operations anymore; eldest son Willie, who expanded Duck Commander into a big-time enterprise, is now theCEO, with a cast of characters featuring his Uncle Si (a spaced-out, somewhat stereotypical Vietnam War vet), his brother Jase(who provides the deadpan comic relief), and various others, including wives and kids, making the duck calls and working in thewarehouse. By and large, this is a wry, laid-back, ZZ Top-bearded, squirrel-eating crew, much bemused by the straight world. Butthat doesn’t mean there’s no conflict. Crusty ol’ Phil, “a low-tech guy in a high-tech world” who favors living off the land and hardmanual labor, doesn’t care much for softies who rely on cell phones and computers; meanwhile, the others, besides Willie, wouldrather be out shooting fowl (one episode has them putting a decrepit RV in a tree to use as a duck blind), catching frogs, or blowing up beaver dams than filling orders, looking at McMansions with a smarmy realtor, or (in an episode entitled “SauvignonBeard”) trying to make wine with no clue as to how it’s actually done (the result, says Jase, “tastes like a cross between doeurine and jalapeño juice.”). Of course, considering the genre, one never quite knows what’s “real” or not–appearancesnotwithstanding, these folks are neither dumb (they themselves point out that Phil and all of his brothers, except Si, have collegedegrees) nor completely unsophisticated. But who cares if there’s a little truth-bending going on? With each episode clocking in ata tidy 22 minutes or so, and plenty of good-natured high jinks along the way,
is a pleasure, guilty or otherwise.
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