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On Duck Dynasty Season 6 Episode 2, Jase's son Reed graduates and in honor of that, Korie, Kay, Jessica and Jep decide to pull a prank on Jase.

Well, not exactly in honor of that life achievement, but both things occurred.

Jase had wanted to take Reed frog hunting on graduation day, but upon receiving backlash for skipping the event, decided to do so the night before.

The guys therefore devise a plan to kidnap Reed to take him frog hunting.

Meanwhile on Duck Dynasty Season 6 Episode 2, Jep, Jessica, and Korie chill with Kay as they look through old photos and she makes an album for Reed.

Somehow, the conversation turns to toilet papering houses, which Jessica admits she has never done and therefore, they must do right at that moment.

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Duck Dynasty is back to stir more controversy (or mostly just good family fun, as the controversy seems to revolve around issues outside the show) on A&E.

On Duck Dynasty Season 6 Episode 1, Willie Robertson received an award from Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, a longtime, vocal supporter of the reality series.

Willie’s son John Luke was to introduce Jindal at an awards ceremony at Duck Commander, if he stops farting long enough to finish his speech that is.

At the Duck Commander warehouse, Godwin, Martin, Jase, Si, and Jep are busy making duck calls, and by that we obviously mean playing basketball.

Willie is not amused, or probably surprised.

At Phil Robertson and Miss Kay’s house, she is modeling outfits that she wants to wear for the event, until Sadie and Korie decide to take her shopping.

They find success, according to Phil.

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Duck Dynasty star Alan Robertson can be seen vehemently defending his dad, Phil Robertson, and his views on homosexuality in a new YouTube video.

Minister Alan, the eldest of Phil's four Robertson sons, called his father "a 21st Century prophet" at a speech in Washington, D.C. earlier this month.

Phil Robertson doubled down last month on the homophobic views he famously shared with GQ with a fiery sermon at his church on Easter Sunday.

The Duck Dynasty patriarch quoted from the scripture in lambasting the homosexual offenders and criticizing the media response to his interview.

Alan, the beardless Duck Dynasty brother, then spoke up for his father at a religious event earlier this month, even likening Phil to John the Baptist.

According to Alan, Phil "has the heart and mindset of a prophet" with his "long hair, long beard ... naturally camouflaged, he ate off the land and he pointed people to Christ."

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Jase Robertson lays it all out there in his new book, revealing (among other things) that he and wife Missy were both virgins on their wedding night.

The beloved 44-year-old Duck Dynasty star also writes about his commitment to Christ, his struggles with daughter Mia’s cleft palate and much more.

Notable excerpts from Jase's interview about Good Call: Reflections on Faith, Family, and Fowl (already a winner with that title) with Fox News include ...

Jase and Missy Robertson Photo

On saving himself for marriage: "I’m proud of that. That was the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do in my entire life (laughs)."

"What I did was when I started dating girls I would quickly tell them on the first date as soon as they got in the car. I’d say, ‘Look I will not treat you inappropriately at any point in our relationship.’"

"I had a couple get out of the vehicle!"

On whether that made him more desirable: "I think in a way it kind of did. They viewed it as a sign of strength. My wife in particular, she really loved the idea that she felt secure with me, like I had a direction I was taking. I didn’t sugarcoat anything."

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The controversial Phil Robertson is at it again, blasting “homosexual offenders” in a sermon at Whites Ferry Road Church in his hometown of West Monroe, La., on Easter.

The Duck Dynasty star's controversial beliefs, and the unfiltered, coarse language he used to express them, famously made waves in December 2013.

After likening homosexuality to bestiality in an interview with GQ, he was suspended from A&E, though he was eventually reinstated amid public outcry.

Phil Robertson did release a public apology that read in part, “I would never treat anyone with disrespect just because they are different from me."

"We are all created by the Almighty and like Him, I love all of humanity. We would all be much better off if we loved God and loved each other.”

That inclusive, benevolent attitude was nowhere to be seen on April 20, however.

“What’s [Jesus] coming back for?” Robertson asked the packed congregation.

“To bring salvation to those who are waiting for it. Are you waiting on Jesus? Or are you afraid to see that sky busting, you see him coming? You got two lists.”

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Duck Dynasty patriarch Phil Robertson's anti-gay comments drew the ire of many last year, but son Willie Robertson is quick to defend his father.

Willie and his wife, Korie, sat down with CNN last week to talk about the controversial statements Phil Robertson made to GQ about modern immorality.

The 67-year-old Duck Commander founder had pondered in the magazine's January issue how "a man's anus" could be more desirable than a vagina.

He also likened gay sex to a sin comparable to bestiality and paraphrased 1 Corinthians, which lists those who will not inherit the kingdom of God.

"I believe what the Bible says," Willie Robertson said. "That's what he says to put those in. Now, you have to read the Bible and make up your own mind."

"You have to decide and God will ultimately decide that."

"We don't profess to be God and we certainly don't profess to be perfect," he went on, "because we have our own sins we deal with."

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Duck Dynasty got serious last night with the show's fifth season finale.

The episode focused on Mia Robertson, 10. The daughter of Jase and Missy Robertson was born with a cleft palate and received corrective surgery.

If you watch Duck Dynasty online, you're "gonna go from gut-wrenching laughter to crying, because it's very sweet," Missy tells People of Mia's ordeal.

Jase Robertson, Family

Adds Jase Robertson, the laid-back brother famous for his no-worries attitude: "I was never an emotional guy until I had a daughter who had problems."

"When you hand your daughter off to some doctors and you know they're going to cut on her, that's tough. I lost it. So much for not being emotional."

Were they worried about the public scrutiny Mia (seen with mom, dad and big brothers Reed and Cole above) might face as a result of the episode?

"Of course, that was a worry," says Jase. "There have been times when kids made fun of her for how she looks. We've had to have some serious talks about it."

The Robertsons formed the Mia Moo Fund, whose slogan is "Because Every Kid Deserves A Smile," to raise awareness and help children with similar problems.

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Duck Dynasty Season 5 is in the books following an hour-long finale on Wednesday that was a little out of the ordinary for the popular A&E reality show.

How so? In between Willie and Jase trading zingers and Phil battling yuppies for alpha male supremacy was the story of a little girl who wants a party.

When you watch Duck Dynasty online, you'll see that despite the controversy and redneck jokes, the series is as much about family and heart as any.

In Duck Dynasty Season 5 Episode 10, Mia Robertson, Jase and Missy's daughter, was facing her fifth major surgery to address her cleft lip and palate.

Before her operation, Jase (a much bigger softie than he lets on) and Missy the youngster her the option to do whatever she wants as a big send off.

After hearing about a famous Uncle Willie and Daddy wrestling match, Mia chooses a big family reunion, with all of the extended cousins as well.

Dad did not let her down. "Cut to the Chase" Jase brings back his classic nickname from the Christmas special to do battle in the wrestling ring.

His opponent? "Get Back to Work" Willie, in the full-sized wrestling ring they rented. And they go at it, WWE style. It was weird, but in an awesome way.

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Duck Dynasty Season 5 Episode 9 saw the Duck Commander gang construct a cow blind (seriously) as a result of Sadie shadowing Willie and Jase at work.

It was Take Your Business Student to Work Day. When work is this place, that business student had best take heed ... but hey, they're all family here.

If you watch Duck Dynasty online, the idea of Jase building a giant, fake cow head and hiding behind it to fool his "prey" does not make you bat an eye.

Nor does the fact that it sort of works. The man's got skills!

Willie agreed to give Jase 10 percent of the profits from the item, which will amount to $0 because the company won’t actually be making it anytime soon.

Still, Jase got the last laugh in Duck Dynasty Season 5 Episode 9, which is all he cares about anyway. One-upping Will tops money any day for Jase.

If the goal was to teach Sadie not to be like Jase, it didn't necessarily work. In the end, both Robertson brothers bring a lot to the table as CEO and COO.

We're not just talking about the birds the men hunt, either.

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Sadie Robertson of Duck Dynasty fame says fame is transient, but faith is forever. Wise beyond her years, the Louisiana teenager strives to remain grounded.

Sadie Robertson, John Luke Robertson

While Miley Cyrus makes news for Twerking and posing topless and Justin Bieber acts like a jerk around the clock, this youngster is going the opposite route.

"I think people use fame as an excuse to lose their faith," said Sadie (above, with brother John Luke). "Faith is obviously my number one priority."

"I think you need to put God at the top."

The overnight success of her family's hit A&E show has put Robertson in the spotlight, and the teenager is using her fame to help promote family values.

If you watch Duck Dynasty online, you know this is the crux of the show for Sadie, parents Willie and Korie Robertson, and the rest of the family.

"When we began Duck Dynasty, we weren't starting it for fame," the 16-year-old Sadie said. "We started it to get the message of God out there."

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