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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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It's been a busy week for the men of Duck Dynasty.

First, the show shattered all cable records with its Season 4 premiere.

Next, Jase Robertson was asked to leave a New York City hotel, becoming a self-proclaimed facial profiling victim.

Then, over the weekend, Willie Robertson gave a Pennsylvania couple the surprise of a lifetime when he showed up at their wedding... which took place in public, outside a store, surrounded by taxidermied animals.

Yup. This was definitely Willie's crowd. Watch the married couple react to their unexpected guest now:

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Duck Dynasty star Jase Robertson said yesterday that he was a victim of "facial profiling" at a high-end New York hotel and asked to leave the premises.

Because ... have you seen Jase Robertson?

Jase and the rest of his Louisiana family were in the Big Apple promoting the Duck Dynasty Season 4 premiere, which returned to record ratings Wednesday.

Apparently some of the people at the hotel where they're staying don't get A&E, because Robertson was deemed unseemly by an employee in the lobby.

After some weird looks, "I asked where the bathroom was. He said, 'Right this way, sir.'"

"He was very nice," Jase affably shared on Live With Kelly & Michael.

"He walked me outside, pointed down the road and said, 'Good luck.'"

At least Jase has 12 million reasons (viewers) to help him feel better.

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It's officially, ridiculously quack-tastic.

The Duck Dynasty Season 4 premiere drew record ratings for A&E last night, as 11.8 million viewers tuned in, making the episode the most-watched nonfiction hour in the history of basic cable.

And making David McKillop - General Manager and Executive Vice President of the network - one happy man. Actually, a single "happy" doesn't cover it.

“Thanks to its authentic and engaging characters ‘Duck Dynasty’ has become more than just a reality show, it is a cultural phenomenon,” said McKillop in a statement. “We would like to thank the Robertsons for their incredible partnership. We are all Happy, Happy, Happy.”

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Duck Dynasty Season 4 kicked off Wednesday night, and reminded us immediately why it may be the best family sitcom slash reality show on TV.

With its lovable, authentic-seeming and colorful characters and its droll, deadpan style, DD and the Robertsons have become entertainment royalty.

Last night did nothing to chance that, as the surprisingly wry, witty family who finds humor in the most ordinary moments did so again in spades.

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  • Phil and Kay Robertson

The occasion for the opener? The sons’ wives deciding to give Phil and Kay a wedding present for their 49th anniversary that they couldn't afford back then:

A wedding!

The wives organize, the guys groan and complain, etc. It's been done a million times before, but this is the Robertsons, and it's never been funnier.

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Duck Dynasty is back for a fourth season tonight on A&E, following the resolution of a contract dispute that threatened to delay the hit show's return.

What catch-phrases, arguments, pranks and wild looks can we expect this time?

Here's a sneak preview of Season 4, which begins at 10 p.m.:

Willie Robertson and family were given big raises that ensured greater take-home pay for the Louisiana natives, as well as future seasons of DD.

They've certainly earned it, as they've become a phenomenal success for A&E - the Duck Dynasty Season 3 finale in April reeled in 9.6 million viewers.

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He and his Duck Dynasty cohorts just received a big raise, ending a salary dispute with A&E and ensuring future seasons of the hit reality show.

But does Willie Robertson have ambitions beyond business and TV?

Republicans in Louisiana are trying to convince the star to run for political office in his home state, as Rep. Rodney Alexander is retiring from his district.

A special election will be held to fill the seat, which Alexander will vacate at the end of September. But would the West Monroe, La., resident actually run?

Alexander is said to be friendly with Willie Robertson, who is the CEO of the duck-call and hunting companies Duck Commander and Buck Commander.

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The beards are here to stay.

According to Deadline, the cast of Duck Dynasty just signed a lucrative new contract, one day prior to the show's fourth season premiere on A&E.

Network sources confirm that the Robertsons will receive over $200,000 per episode, a mammoth pay raise from their previous arrangement and an amount that will be divided each week between the nine adults and 11 kids on the series.

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The deal also ensures future seasons of the wildly popular program, which focuses on the family's multi-million dollar duck call empire in Monroe, Louisiana.

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Two cast members from A&E's Duck Dynasty are heading to ABC's Last Man Standing.

Willie and Si Robertson will make their acting debuts on the Season 3 premiere.

Duck Dynasty Stars

The nephew and uncle, respectively, will appear alongside Tim Allen's Mike Baxter, a family man surrounded by "forces seeking to challenge his ideals."

Previous Last Man Standing guest stars have included Tim's fellow Home Improvement vets Jonathan Taylor Thomas and Richard Karn, plus Nick Jonas.

The Robertsons may be the ones bringing the star power to Last Man Standing. Duck Dynasty broke records with 9.6 million viewers for its last finale.

It returns next Wednesday, August 14.