After his poor performance gets him fired, the guys arrange a bagging competition to help him win his job back. Si organizes a boring, confusing treasure hunt for Jep's children to keep them occupied while Jessica gets over a cold. Phil introduces Miss Kay and Jessica to the fine points of hog hunting, and Willie and Jase argue over who stole whose idea to give a family portrait to their wives. Meanwhile, Si thinks his cat is cheating on him with another family, so he recruits Miss Kay and Mountain Man to help find out. Together they run a booming business that employs half their neighborhood, but at the end of the day, you can find the whole family around matriarch Miss Kay's dinner table.
Jep's hunt for his old aquarium leads him to Miss Kay's overstuffed storage shed and results in a family intervention concerning her hoarding tendencies. Phil and Miss Kay spend the day having their picture taken with their dogs by pet photographer Seth Casteel. Duck Dynasty premiered on March 21, 2012 and aired 130 episodes over 11 seasons, concluding its run on March 29, 2017. When the local branch opens a military museum exhibit dedicated to Si, he enjoys haranguing Willie and Alan with outrageous stories and takes a truck for a joyride. Later, Phil, Si, Jase, and Godwin return to the golf course to hunt frogs Jase saw in the pond, only to be caught by a patrolling security officer. Phil agrees to never again mention Miss Kay's hoarding habits if he can skip a friend's birthday party, but the deal takes a bizarre turn once Si and Mountain Man get involved to put it in writing.
The following is a list of episodes of the series. Both teams have a rough time finding their way, and it takes a sneaky trick to decide the victory. She later surprises him with news of her plan to start her own business. The guys reflect on their own less-than-amazing proposals at the warehouse, and Si invites himself to pitch a beard camouflage device to Sadie's business class. As John Luke prepares to graduate from high school, Miss Kay drags him, Willie, and Alan to her old campus to prove that she earned her diploma.
In the wake of the previous episode's storm, Jase and Jep take the children to play football in a muddy field, with Willie, Korie, and Sadie cheerfully joining the game for the second half. Attending the with Missy, Martin, Godwin, and Alan, Jase finds himself hopelessly outclassed when he decides to compete. Lil' Will tests Willie and Si to see which one is better qualified to teach him to drive - first on the road, then in an obstacle-filled go kart race - and eventually decides to get help from John Luke instead. Note: The one-hour series finale. Meanwhile, Jase and Si teach Mia, Priscilla, and River to fish using plastic bottles — with Si drinking most of the contents first. The weight-loss campaign leads him to try the Shake Weight, take a class and chop firewood for Jase, but Korie turns out to have the best trick of them all. Willie and Jase double back to the snow cone truck where Willie left Si's favorite cup, only to find the truck gone.
Dozens of Robertson relatives turn out for the party, with a wrestling match featuring as the main event. Jep invites Miss Kay, Si, and Alan to work out with him at a local gym, but they spend more time goofing off than breaking a sweat. Costume plans among the three brothers and their wives lead to some strange results. Left in charge of the warehouse, Jep inadvertently sends out a package intended for Willie in an order the guys have packed up. Phil tries to build a playhouse for his granddaughters, ending up with an odd-looking structure that they cheerfully turn into a pretend duck blind. Jep and Jessica's plans to take a romantic driving tour of the countryside go awry when they get stuck with both a very small car and Si, who is intent on catching the. After the guys pick up a infestation from goofing around with Jep's new hat, Miss Kay shows up with a homemade remedy pungent enough to make them think the lice might not be so bad after all.
Willie goes overboard with his training regimen and hits Korie in the face with a pass. Korie and the guys interrupt and embarrass him during a round of golf with a prospective customer, to whom Willie is determined to prove that he is descended from Scottish royalty. 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. Egged on by Jep, Phil and his brother-in-law Gordon get on each other's nerves as the three go duck hunting. The rest of the guys, though, get as many laughs out of it as they can and eventually catch Korie giving it a late-night trim. But too much enthusiasm about the celebrity's mode of transportation turns into a drag race showdown between Willie and Clint.
Miss Kay and Phil get some cats to deal with the mice in their house, but they turn out to be more of a hassle than Miss Kay expected. Meanwhile, the ladies take a self-defense class and use John Luke as a punching bag. Si surprises Willie and the rest of the family with unorthodox advertising tricks that bring in business for a church fundraiser car wash. Phil takes Cole out on the river to catch for the night's dinner. His plan makes for a long, uncomfortable photo shoot and gets derailed after Jep sends in the wrong picture. The outing gets off to a rough start, with Jase haggling to rent a boat, no one being able to find the key to the lake house, and Phil recruiting Miss Kay and his granddaughters to catch a raccoon running loose in the house. Meanwhile, Phil and Si declare war against the beavers who are disrupting their duck hunting and call John Luke in to help deliver the final blow.
Willie decides to join Bella in her introductory karate class, but his less-than-serious attitude quickly gets on the instructor's nerves and leads to painful embarrassment. Puzzled by Rebecca's business strategy, Willie visits her boutique and gets pulled into a promotional photo shoot along with Jase, Jep, and Si. The guys tell Si about deer antler supplements that can give him more energy, but their prank to make him think he is getting stronger backfires after he overhears it and turns the tables. They have some dynamite, but no safety fuses, and must resort to Si's homemade napalm in order to destroy the main beaver dam. As John Luke and Mary Kate start packing and overpacking for college, they get a flood of conflicting advice from Si and Miss Kay over what to take and leave at home. As Jessica and Sadie take charge of babysitting the younger children, Jessica finds herself wrangling Jep's chickens from their coop into the house.