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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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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 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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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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This week's Duck Dynasty was all about Si. Which they all are, really, as that guy is always in the mix and he never shuts up. But this one more than most.

After Si sees the fellas watching a cool video Jep filmed of a guy (himself?) riding a bike with a helmet cam, Si decides he should wear one of those things.

"No one wants to see the world through the eyes of Si Robertson," opines Jase, but clearly the producers who thought this up do, and the viewers too.

After all, how can you go wrong with exchanges like this, which comprised the bulk of Duck Dynasty Season 5 Episode 3 (and most DD installments):

  • "I gotta tell the folks back home what's goin' on." - Si
  • "You realize that's not hooked up to a satellite." - Jep

With Si, you never actually know what is real senility and what is crazy antics or somewhere in the middle. Which makes that narcoleptic redneck great.

Meanwhile, Willie got tickets to the LSU game for Sadie and John Luke, but he's a lot more excited than they are, especially after he gets lost en route.

Boss Hog's "short cut" to Baton Rouge didn't get them to the stadium in time. Or at all. But they did listen to the end of the game on the radio together.

Sometimes, those days make for the best stories. Follow the link to watch Duck Dynasty online to it unfold for yourself along with the best quotes from "Life of Si"!

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

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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.

Sadie Robertson and Willie Robertson

“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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