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Oh but we are a Ducky Nation: America and this editor L-O-V-E us some Duck Dynasty!

In a recent episode, Daddy Phil Robertson and his Miss Kay were given the surprise wedding they never had (they were married before a Justice of the Peace).

While brainstorming anniversary present ideas for Phil and Kay, the Robertson wives decided a surprise wedding would fill the bill, much to Willie, Jase, Jep and Si’s chagrin. All they needed was someone special to distract Phil and his bride while the family transformed their yard into a wedding bower.

Uncle Si was The Distraction as the rest of the Robertson clan and Duck Commander employees helped organize and decorate.

Si finally managed to find a tree on Memory Lane that Phil and Kay actually remembered!

Then came the last stop and big surprise: the wedding with a pastor (son Alan Robertson) and friends they never had when the 2 got married in 1966!

And that is how it’s done. 2 people, devoted to God and each other, and in it for the long haul.

Hollywood might be deluded enough to imagine Americans want to see vulgar, near porn performances on music award shows, but the truth is, fly-over folks, aka God-fearing, America-loving patriots want the good stuff.

Phil and Miss Kay model the faith and humor and character that made America great. Watching the Robertson clan touches our hearts because they exemplify the spiritual and moral foundation this nation was built upon.

Duck Dynasty may be just a reality show, but it’s a show that reaffirms what so many Americans believe. The Shining City on a Hill come to life in West Monroe, Louisiana.

So the Hollywood movers and shakers be hanged…

As for me and my people, we’ll be watching Duck Dynasty. 

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  • bill

    No liberals speaking out yet?

  • HoneyTree EvilEye

    I don’t even thik it’s Hollywood’s belief people want that. I just think it’s straight Hollywood continually wanting to force what they like(Liberal douches) on America. And then you turn around and look at the top grossing films, and they aren’t the crap Hollywood is dishing out all the time, the critically praised dreck Hollywood craps out. If you take how many people watched that Duck Dynasty, then charge them $9 to watch you have over 100 mil for just that one episode premier, one watch. Then you take in that many people will see a movie twice if they really love it, reruns, etc… and that episode just made more than every film easy.

    • tamij

      You are SO right! If Hollywood was just about making money, they would change the horrible stuff they put out. They could actually draw millions of people to the movies if they made films which were funny, without being vulgar, and dramatic, without being immoral. Films that listed us up and didn’t insult our faith!

      But so many in Hollywood are Lefties with zero faith…and so it goes.

  • sherry2310

    I was disappointed that Will decided to do a music video of the song “Redneck Crazy”. Song is about a guy who stalks his girlfriend. I found the video to be rather disturbing. Just sayin’

    • sherry2310

      I am a HUGE DD fan.

      • tamij

        I hadn’t heard about the video, Sherry…I’ll check it out.

  • bvdees

    I’ve heard about Duck Dynasty but I’ve never watched it. That’s about to change! This had me in tears and saying “WOW!” Now I think I understand all the hoopla!

    • tamij

      Thank-you for reading, watching and taking the time to comment! You will not regret watching! As one of my dearest friends, a Christian man of few words, said “Duck Dynasty is a beacon in a swamp of crap in the culture.” Amen.

  • Jo

    Loving it! I’m in tears too. Loving this family and glad to know they are in my family of God!

  • topmah

    Never, ever, tho’t I’d watch ANY so-called reality show, but DD was too much for me–I’m hopelessly hooked on this show! I’d almost given up on TV since it had become an exercise in futility to find anything that didn’t insult my intelligence or make me want to upchuck. I’m so tired of the ‘politically correct’ shows, the crass potty-mouth language & supposed humor–not to mention the gratuitous sex that seems to dominate entertainment today–and I use the word ‘entertainment’ sarcastically since most shows lack even a molecule of entertainment…May DD be around for a very long time!!

  • David

    Phil for president, between him and the good lord we could take our country back

  • Bill T Smith

    To me the show means the a way america should and also am a game call maker and enjoy the show and can see their calls are mast produced and mine are custom calls great fun for hunting for food and makin the little ones happy

  • Sun Tzu Lao

    It’s too quiet, where’s the libtrolls! Good show, sometimes they stretch the humor envelope, but good nonetheless. Not obnoxious like so many other shows.

  • Annie

    Very sweet. Thank you for posting this.

  • Brian Bertha

    I especially like when Phil tries to instill work ethic etc to his grand-kids

    • HoneyTree EvilEye

      That’s awesome, what’s even better is him tagging along on dates and trying to teach the girls how to properly prepare fish or frogs.

  • jalina susan stutte

    The Robertson’s are true blue God loving Americans. I have many relatives and lived in Louisiana for many years and that’s the way the majority of the people are. It’s so refreshing not to hear vulgar, sexual garbage when watching this show. When visiting with my Poppee and Momee in Jennings, LA., you never heard any vulgarity and everyone was loving and one big family.

  • fjrtraveler

    While away on a trip, my wife started watching DD and became hooked. She started watching due to the popularity and non-apologetic Christian message. We had seen part of an episode previously and were not overly impressed. After sitting through a couple of the many episodes she had recorded, I understood why she had become a fan. They are genuinely funny and charming. Being from the south, I know people like that and the home-spun humor can be side-splitting at times. What is even more appealing is the in-your-face traditional values.

    Long live the Dynasty.

    • http://www.decadnttravel.com/ sk4

      You couldn’t be more right. We need more influences on the screen like them.