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The Duck Dynasty dynasty shows no signs of slowing down.

Having achieved record ratings through three-plus seasons on A&E, the Robertson family has branched out into many successful side ventures as well.

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Books, perhaps most notably. Howard Books, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, announced three more tie-in works to the smash reality show in 2014.

Five books penned by the Robertson family already are out, including such top sellers as Happy, Happy, Happy and The Duck Commander Family.

Scheduled for next year are Faith in the Duck Blind, an ode to the family's strong Christian values, The Women of Duck Commander and Phil-Osophy.

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According to at least one school in Virginia, the bearded stars of Duck Dynasty aren't just a frightening sight for barbers across the country.

As recounted by a local NBC affiliate, a student in Dinwiddle, Virginia named Hunter Spain wore a shirt with the face of Si Robertson and was ordered to remove it or face punishment.

The teenager was told the attire was "threatening" to other kids at Dinwiddie High School.

"It says, 'I will hurt you physically and metaphysically,'" said Hunter's mother, Edna-Jo. "Anybody that ever watches Duck Dynasty knows that Si Robertson is famous for his little funny slogans."

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This week on Duck Dynasty, Willie's son John Luke got his wisdom teeth taken out and the aftermath felt like a viral video playing out before our eyes.

Going on a trip and not gracing us with his presence this week (beyond a parting pearl of wisdom that a man "can't have too many snacks"), Si was MIA.

Fortunately, John Luke stepped into the role of comic relief provider. Here's what happened after he woke up from surgery, still under heavy anesthesia:

He discussed his "eagle powers," suggested "hungry fella" to his mother, repeatedly sang "Bumble Bee tuna," and wondered, "Where's the Chapstik?"

He even told someone to bend over. It was pretty awkward/funny.

No doubt, this was inspired by the viral video of the spaced-out kid in the backseat of his dad's minivan on the way home from the dentist's office.

The viral was titled simply "David After Dentist," while this Duck Dynasty episode was called "John Luke After Dentist." Clearly the producers were fans.

John Luke also brought back visions of this guy from last week:

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This week on A&E's Duck Dynasty, the guys apparently didn't know what jackalope was, which seems a bit hard to believe from men of their caliber.

Nevertheless, it was the focal point of another hilarious half-hour.

The jackalope - a taxidermist's mounting of a jackrabbit with deer antlers attached to it - was given to big John Godwin by his uncle, who passed away.

He received it in the mail and couldn't identify it, so the Duck Commander gang had it appraised by a local taxidermist. Instead of working, obviously.

Si claimed to have once shot at an animal like that in swamp, but missed it because it was wet ... or bulletproof ... we've already forgotten the explanation.

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Sadie Robertson, Willie's teen daughter on Duck Dynasty, said during her New York Fashion Week runway debut that she's praying for Miley Cyrus.

The high school sophomore, walking the runway in the Sherri Hill fashion show, and her dad spoke with Fox News about growing up in the spotlight.

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“It's tough. You know, the whole world is different now, everyone knows who you are," Willie Robertson said. "It wasn't the way we were raised."

"We'll put it in the Lord's hands so we'll see what happens.”

Sadie won't be following in Miley Cyrus "Wrecking Ball" footsteps, that's for sure.

“My family has been praying for (Miley Cyrus) and her family," she said. "We all feel very bad for her because we know how entertainment can get wrapped up in your head."

"We try to stay strong as a family and pray that their family comes together.”

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The Robertson family, stars of A&E's mega-hit reality sitcom Duck Dynasty, are devout Christians who often preach at their local church in W. Monroe, La.

A ministry assistant at White's Ferry Road Church of Christ says that family patriarch Phil Robertson and his family have been active there for 30 years.

Phil regularly gives passionate sermons, and last weekend, the entire family joined in on Duck Commander Sunday, which is an actual annual tradition.

Duck Commander Sunday existed long before the A&E TV show that made the family famous, and despite the abundance of camo, it's not some stunt.

These guys are sincere in their faith. Check out the video above.

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Jase Robertson established himself as the worst houseguest ever this week on Duck Dynasty, which is alright because it was as hilarious as you'd expect.

On another of their "breaks," which is meant to imply that they do work at some point during the day, the guys were engaging in a series of "gentlemen's bets."

After we learn if Si can pitch or hit a baseball (not so much), they decide to see if Jase and Willie can survive a weekend of living together at Willie's place.

Jase proves troublesome at best, throwing every scripted trick in the book at his brother in hopes of ... we don't know. Making us laugh? If so, well played!

Over the course of the weekend, Jase ...

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This week on Duck Dynasty, the Robertsons built a hot tub for bald employee brethen Godwin, while Si told even more ridiculous stories than usual.

It all began with the guys installing a fishing dock for Jase, which leads Godwin to point out that he never asks for any favors ... then ask for a big one:

The Duck Commander "worker" wants a hot tub in his yard.

And thus, the episode "Hot Tub Grime Machine" was born.

Si, meanwhile, somehow turns this into a memory of a high school football game, in which a 135-pound Si took out a 197-pound player on a 9-0 team.

His team won 77-14 (give or take 40-50 points given the Si factor) ... and he recommends Epsom salts, Bengay and Vicks VapoRub for aches and pains.

Good to know. Now back to the hot tub!

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On last night's Duck Dynasty, employee Martin revealed that he had a date, which the Robertsons naturally had to step in and offer their two cents on.

Jase, Korie and Jessica gave him a mini-makeover, and the true dating Ace in the Hole, Uncle Si, gave him a crash course in dating etiquette.

Who better than Silas Robertson to handle that task?

“Even when you’re eating, don’t let the conversation die," Si advised him ... making parents of young children everywhere die just a little inside.

In a confessional later, Si also dropped great suggestions of "lines that women love," including the gem "Can I have directions ... to your heart?”

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Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson, the family patriarch, shares his views on abortion, which he opposes, in a video posted earlier this year.

Robertson recounts the beginning of the America Declaration of Independence, which promises the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

"It didn't take us 150 years, we start ripping babies out of wombs," he says.

"We should have listened to Thomas Jefferson," Robertson, 67, goes on to argue. "You have a God-given right to live inside your mother."

"We debate whether some woman has the right to tear you out of there a piece at a time?" Phil asks. "Come on! What in the world happened to us?"

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