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The Robertsons are back and better than ever on A&E, and Wednesday's Duck Dynasty Season 7 Episode 1 saw them embark on a truly epic journey.

To Scotland! Duck Commander CEO, Duck Dynasty Executive Producer, Father of Five and Certified Boss Hog Willie Robertson had to go there on business.

What's the point of having a TV show if you can't bring the family along, as they've shown fans before and you know if you watch Duck Dynasty online?

Exactly. And Scotland offered the added intrigue of helping the Louisiana family reconnect with its ancestral roots in Duck Dynasty Season 7 Episode 1.

The one-hour installment was titled “Glory Is the Reward of Mallard," an ode to the both the clan's Scottish lineage and its current Louisiana lifestyle.

There is some culture shock, predictably. Scotland features much colder weather than the Duck Commander crew is used to back in West Monroe.

As expected, the family dons kilts, which leads to some memorable exchanges, and partakes in fishing and golfing as well as their area of expertise.

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A Duck Dynasty musical has been given the green light.

No... really!

According to various reports, a stage production based on the life of the Robertson family will be produced by the company behind Jersey Boys and hit the Rio Hotel Las Vegas in 2015.

The Robertson Family

Titled The Duck Commander Family Musical, the play will reportedly be based on "The Duck Commander Family: How Faith, Family, and Ducks Built a Dynasty," a book by Willie and Korie Robertson.

The show will NOT feature anyone in the Robertson family, as actors will portray members of this controversial family, The Hollywood Reporter states.

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A&E has announced the return date for Duck Dynasty.

The wildly popular reality series will premiere Season 7 with a one-hour episode on Wednesday, November 19 at 9/8c.

Jase Robertson: No Beard!
Jase Robertson of Duck Dynasty with no beard. That was a long time ago. With Jase is his wife Missy.

According to a network press release, upcoming story lines will include:

  • Willie become an assistance football coach on Lil’ Will’s football team.
  • The family taking over a local TV show for a holiday special.
  • Mark Ballas, of Dancing With the Stars fame, visiting Monroe and trying to teach Willie and Kay some moves.

On the opener itself, Willie will take a business trip to Scotland in order to expand the duck call business, bringing his loved ones along with him.

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Duck Dynasty star Sadie Robertson has been making quite a name for herself on a different show this season, surging to the top tier on Dancing With the Stars.

The 17-year-old high school student has had plenty of support from father Willie, uncles Jase and Jep, and newly-engaged brother John Luke Robertson.

Last week, a duck call-inspired samba earned Sadie and pro partner Mark Ballas a nearly perfect score of 37 out of 40, putting her near the lead on Season 19.

The routine, like everything in her life, was centered around family and faith.

Sadie says her life has been turned upside down since Duck Dynasty debuted on A&E, and while it's given her a lot of new opportunities, it has its drawbacks.

"I was 14 and didn't realize how big it was going to be," she said of the last few years. "But there's definitely been some bad things about being in the public eye."

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Phil Robertson of Duck Dynasty fame is at it yet again. Promoting his latest book unPHILtered this week, he weighed in on topics such as AIDS and sexual morality.

We can sense your collective cringing before you've even read the quotes.

The uproar last December over Phil Robertson's anti-gay comments to GQ has evidently not deterred him in the least from discussing all things homosexuality.

Speaking on Tony Perkins’ Christian-themed radio show, Phil mused:

“Is this coincidental that all of the immoral conduct America is now participating in ... Do you think it’s a coincidence that these debilitating - literally that can cause death - diseases follow that kind of conduct?"

"God says, ‘One woman, one man,’ and everyone says, ‘Oh, that’s old hat, that’s that old Bible stuff.' But I’m thinking, well let’s see now."

"A clean guy - a disease-free guy and a disease-free woman - they marry and they keep their sex between the two of them."

"They’re not going to get chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, and AIDS. It’s safe."

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Duck Dynasty's Phil Robertson is at it again, but wherever you stand on his controversial quotes about race and homosexuality, you have to give him this:

He's never been one to duck and cover (pun intended).

Promoting his new book, unPHILtered: The Way I See It (pun intended as well), he speaks to Us about the fracas he caused late last year in GQ.

Phil Robertson on Duck Dynasty

"I don't worry too much about people hating or insulting me," he says. "I'm a sinful man, and I've made a lot of mistakes. People have reason to hate me."

He still thinks the GQ issue was overblown, though.

"All I did was quote a passage of scripture," he says. "They're mad at me, but I'm really just quoting what God said, so He's the one they have a problem with."

Robertson's anti-gay comments aside, he also came under fire for remarks suggesting that black people were "singing and happy" in the pre-Civil-Rights South.

"I was just giving my experience," he says.

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There was a time when the Robertson family of A&E's Duck Dynasty fame were not redneck royalty, as they reminded us on last night's season finale.

If you watch Duck Dynasty online, you know this well. But it was really driven home this week as the gang headed to the lake to celebrate Willie’s birthday.

“When I was a kid [at] D’Arbonne Lake, we didn't have the means,” said Jase. “We're going to go back to our roots, but this time we're going to do it right.”

Of course, Jase forgot the key to Godwin’s uncle’s lake house where they would be staying, while Si looked back fondly on going in the lake as a kid.

Yes, as in going #1 or #2 for that matter.

“Look, I don’t know what the big deal is okay?” said Si, as only Si says such a thing. “The lake is like having a shower and bathroom combo, okay."

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This week, on Duck Dynasty Season 6 Episode 8, the Robertsons returned to their roots: Duck calls. And someone returned one of said duck calls, citing poor quality.

If you watch Duck Dynasty, you know there have been some "Before the Dynasty" vignettes lately, showing the gang before their rise to A&E reality stardom.

Throwing it back to 2009, we saw Jase Robertson read a customer complaint stating, “To whom it may concern, bought duck call, sounds good, it ‘wables.’”

Consulting the dictionary and failing to find what “wables” means, Jase realized the customer meant that the call wobbles, when rolled across a flat surface.

As Jase told the concerned customer, “if it doesn’t wobble, it wouldn’t work.” And with that, all was right with the warehouse again. Elsewhere in West Monroe?

Phil showed up with a smelly plastic bag full of beaver dung. Standard.

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Wednesday on Duck Dynasty Season 6 Episode 7, what began as a friendly game of badminton escalated into a full-on battle for sibling supremacy.

Of the outdoor and wilderness variety. Even Alan got in on the action!

Often maligned and subject to his older siblings' harassment, Jep said of his badminton triumph over WIllie and Jase: “They are losers, just not very good ones.”

True to form, Willie and Jase challenged their brothers to ... anything.

Pick an activity outside, the hirsute duo boasted, and they will prevail.

Jep produced a comeback familiar to those who watch Duck Dynasty online: "I'm better looking and I'm my mom’s favorite. Beat that ding dongs."

The ding dongs' challenge? Getting dropped off in the middle of the woods, teaming up in pairs, and racing back to Phil and Miss Kay's residence.

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On A&E's Duck Dynasty Season 6 Episode 6, Jase and company "debugged" the family duck blinds, while CEO Willie tried to teach the kids about business.

Because it always beats working, Jase took some of the guys from Duck Commander on a search for crawfish ... inside the duck blinds on the family land.

Jase loves crawfish almost as much as he loves frogs, so he's willing to go to great lengths to acquire them, despite what you might call occupational hazards.

John Godwin went into a blind and encountered a gator - one that was "Godzilla big, like a bull,” he said - but which Willie removed with his bare hands.

Godwin exaggerations aside, it was thus time to debug the blinds, or in layman's terms, clean them the heck out so there are no critters living in there.

Being a duck hunter, Jase explains is not what the public makes it out to be or what you would simply assume if you watch Duck Dynasty online.

It's serious effort, with a lot of preparation, tedious tasks and Jase's equivalent of paperwork - cleaning out the blinds. Still beats actual paperwork, Jase.

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