7 Reasons Why We Still Miss ‘Duck Dynasty’

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On November 16, 2016, Duck Dynasty aired the Season 11 premiere episode and in the days prior, they teased a HUGE announcement following the episode. When the moment came for the family to reveal the big news, fans were absolutely stunned.

After the episode, A&E aired a message from the entire Robertson clan, who were all present for the video.

We decided as a family, that this will be the final chapter of the Duck Dynasty series,” Jase said, speaking on behalf of his ever-growing family.

They promised that the final season would be the longest and best one yet, and they didn’t disappoint.

It’s been a few years since the show went off the air, and we still miss it! Since we are huge fans of Duck Dynasty, we put together a list of 7 things we will still the most about the show.

1. The Robertson Brothers’ Relationships With Their Wives

All the families appear on pretty much every episode of Duck Dynasty, but only one or two couples are the center of each episode. This way, we got to know the couples a little bit more. We definitely miss seeing them together!

Korie and Willie first met in fourth grade at church camp. They got married at a young age and started having children. Together they have three biological children, John Luke, Sadie, and Bella, and three fostered/adopted kids, Rebecca, Little Will, and Rowdy.


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Jase and Missy met in high school and also married young. They are parents to Reed, Cole, and Mia. Their relationship is fun and full of love.


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Jep and Jessica starred in the spin-off show Jep & Jessica: Growing the Dynasty, which documented them adopting a baby named Gus. Together, they share daughters Lily, Merritt, and Priscilla, and sons River and Gus!


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2. Miss Kay’s Cooking

Everyone knows that a large family would be nowhere without its matriarch. The Robertson clan is no different. Miss Kay’s house may be small (her and Phil live in the same mobile home they did when they were poor!) but that doesn’t stop her family from coming over all the time to visit and to eat her incredible cooking.

For years, people have been telling her that her food is so good, she should sell it, and she finally is! She finally opened up a bakery called Miss Kay’s Sweets and Eats in their hometown of West Monroe, Louisiana.

3. Uncle Si

When Duck Dynasty premiered in 2012, none of the family members knew how big the show would blow up or that it would turn them into instant celebrities. As most fans know, there is a crazy uncle who makes every episode hilarious with his hijinks, crazy sayings and always totes around a tea jug and plastic cup.

That man is none other than Uncle Si.

4. The Kids

While The Robertson men have provided plenty of laughs, their children have delivered just as many!

Ranging from age 5-25, the Robertson grandkids sometimes stole the show. Check out a few clips of the show with some of the kids that really make the show!

5. Godwin and Martin

No TV show would be anywhere without its trusty sidekicks. While the Robertson family took center stage in Duck Dynasty, there were two members of the cast that didn’t share the same last name.

Godwin and Martin are employees of Duck Commander and extremely good friends to the Robertson family. You can see a whole episode about Godwin and Martin below.

6. The Pranks

When you have a large family working together everyday, you know there is about to be some sort of pranking going on. During an episode of Duck Dynasty, the Robertson brothers got into a prank war that included flour, fake doors, and whoopee cushions.

There was only one way to stop the prank war, which involved the entire family, including the kids! Watch the pranking montage in the above video.

7. Their Faith

Each episode of Duck Dynasty closed with a prayer, and there’s a huge reason for that.

Phil Robertson, the patriarch of the family, refused to do the show unless they were able to do so in every single episode. They usually ended each episode with the family around the dinner table reflecting on their day and praying together.

What part of Duck Dynasty do you miss the most? Let us know in the comments.