Phil puts his grandson and his friend to work trying to convince them that it will help their football skills. Grandpa Phil also talked about his football playing days, and teammate Terry Bradshaw.
We learned that Uncle Si apparently regards all black cats as “panthers.” He insists that he has encountered a black partner, but the guys claim it is imagery.
Willie compares the Robertson clan to Miss Kay’s Gumbo: With one ingredient alone it may taste weird, but when you put them altogether, it just works. Every ingredient adds their own unique characteristic to the mix.
Perhaps the biggest laugh's of episode 3 came during part 2 though. Jep brings enough food to work to feed an Army. Uncle Si isn’t satisfied with his bologna sandwich, and wants Jep to share. However, Jep just continues to pig out while everyone watches in envy. The youngest Robertson brother informs the duck commander that his wife Jessica shot the deer that he was eating. Hearing that sister-in-law Jessica killed a deer causes Willie and Jase to dwell on the fact that Korie and Missy don’t hunt.
While the two Robertson brothers try to convince their ladies to join them in the woods, their wives remind them that they should be happy that they simply let them go hunting. Missy tells Jase that other women would complain. Willie and Jase can’t get over the fact that Jep married a country girl, but they married city girls. When Willie and Jase’s begging doesn’t let up, the sister-in-laws agree to accompany their men for a day of hunting. However, they propose a deal: If they go hunting with them, they get to chose the movie next time.
Meanwhile, Phil , Kay, and Si go on a different type of hunt for an old blueprint of the original duck call that Willie wants to hang in the warehouse. Anyone who has watched ‘Duck Dynasty’ for any time at all knows that Phil and Kay are self-admitted “hoarders.” Searching for anything in their six sheds is an adventure within itself. The searching Robertsons are seemingly able to find just about everything, except that which Willie is asking for. Kay and Phil have a story behind nearly every item they run across. Of course as usual, Uncle Si is like a kid in a candy store.
From the second Korie and Missy entered the woods, they were already complaining about mosquitos, and the fact that they have been walking forever. They also want food, and wonder if a bathroom is near. Willie claims that Missy and Korie have already talked more on one outing than he has in all of his hunting trips combined. Seemingly, the two ladies can’t do anything right on this day. Missy soons finds out you can’t wear perfume, and Jase begins covering her bright colored shirt with mud.
“You cannot smell good and hunt deer,” instructs Jase.
As if things cannot get anymore chaotic, Korie sprayed doe urine on herself that was intended for the decoy. Not surprisingly, Willie keeps bringing up the fact that she smells like pee.
Missy admits to being a city girl that enjoys her pedicures, bubble baths, and classical music. She grew up in a suburb, and this kind of an outing just isn’t her thing.
Korie assures the cameras that the next time she and Willie see a movie, it will be an emotional tearjerker….and they will watch it not once, but twice.
Back at Phil and Kay’s, Si continues to be fascinated with all of their junk. He is convinced that he can sell some of their items on Craig’s list. Alas though, the group runs across the blueprint.
Jase assures the camera that he and Willie are trying to turn hot yuppie women into deer slaying killers. However, the hot yuppie women have made up their mind: They are never doing it again.
The men and their city wives return to Phil and Kay’s house after a long day of hunting.
Phil’s response, “When someone is to be redneckified, you take them hunting….but from my observation it had the opposite effect.”
Phil says he has two yuppie sons with smelly city wives. It is certain that Korie will not be allowed to live down the doe urine incident.
Willie continues to be jealous of Jep’s deer slaying wife, and said that she is the one thing that Jep has done right. He thinks that he got her to go hunting, and that she actually enjoys it. Then the truth comes out…..Jessica never killed a deer. Willie cannot believe he fell for Jep’s fib, and calls him an idiot, and a liar. While Willie is irritated, Korie and Missy are probably a bit relieved.
“Everybody’s funny, funny, funny,” said Miss Kay.
What will happen next week? There’s only one way to find out! Tune in!