“Let’s go hunting, Deer”, the latest “Duck Dynasty” episode that aired on A&E on 03/13/13, was a particularly funny one, because the Robertson men, Willie and Jase, decided that it was time to teach their city wives, Korie and Missy, how to hunt and kill a deer.
The idea for that adventure came during lunch time, when Jep, the youngest Robertson brother, ate a steak from a deer his wife, Jessica, had killed. And since everything can be turned into a competition between brothers – and their significant others – Willie and Jase now wanted their wives to learn how to hunt as well.
“This is about spending quality time with our spouses,” Willie tries to argue but the girls are not convinced. So the guys make a deal with the girls: If Korie and Missy go hunting, the girls would get to pick the next movie and Jase worries that he will have to watch a chick-flick.
Meanwhile at Phil’s and Miss Kay’s house, Si is helping Phil and Miss Kay to dig through one of their six sheds to find the blue print of Phil’s first duck call. Willie has plans to hang them up in the office at the Duck Commander.
While Phil is watching Miss Kay dig through a bunch of old stuff, he starts to compare her to a piece of art from the 19th century, since the pretty women of that time were, as Miss Kay puts it, “full figured women”. Phil: “I don’t want some boney woman, nah.”
Out in the woods the two couples finally try to start their hunting adventure but Korie and Missy just can’t quit talking or stop complaining about the mosquitoes, that are swarming all over them within a matter of minutes.
The guys quickly realize that it may not have been such a good idea to take their wives deer hunting, but Willie looks at the positive: “The good news is, the deer caught up on the neighborhood gossip before they all ran away.”
But it’s not only the talking that disturbs the guys. Missy is also wearing perfume, a big no-no when you go hunting, which Jase tries to explain to her. So what is a guy to do in the middle of the woods when his wife smells too good? Right. Rub her down with some mud, which, according to Missy, earns him a place on the couch for the night.
Jase has other things on his mind though: “I think this is the first time my city wife got dirty. I like it.”
To prevent Willie from giving Korie a mud bath as well, she quickly grabs a spray bottle and sprays herself down – with deer urine, that was meant for the decoy.
Back and Phil’s and Miss Kay’s, they eventually find the 40-year-old blue prints and Phil starts to reminisce a little: “Those were the good ol’ days. I was not that much of a dumb redneck as some may have suspected.”
Korie and Missy have still not stopped talking, even while they are sitting in the blind with their husbands. They are bored and want a hammock and some snacks, but Jase is starting to feel a little frisky with Missy in the blind and is wondering if it was time for them to find their own blind.
Just then they think they spot something and since Willie doesn’t want to sit next to “Peepants McGee” anymore, him and Jase go out to look for a deer, leaving the girls behind in the blind.
Korie and Missy take off a s well and head back towards the truck, while making plans to make the guys pay for this hunting experience with the next tear-jerker-movie.
Finally the guys make it back to the truck and Jase is impressed that Korie and Missy had found it on their own.
Jase: “We were trying to turn hot yuppie women into deer –slaying killers.” And undertaking that obviously had failed, especially when Missy vows to never ever go hunting again.
Not even Phil can save this one: “Instead of having two boys with country wives, I have two yuppies with smelly city wives.”
At the Robertson family dinner, Willie can’t help but compare his family to the seven dwarfs, calling Korie and Missy “Naggie and Whiny” and thinks about what a bad idea it had been to teach Naggie and Whiny about hunting. But at least it was quality spouse time and in the end, that’s what really matters.