DUCK DYNASTY: TILL DUCK DO US PART
Celebrating God, Marriage and Family
Starring: Willie Roberston, Phil
Robertson, Kay Robertson, Si
Robertson, Jase Robertson,
Korie Robertson, Jep
Robertson, Jessica Robertson,
Alan Robertson, Missy
Robertson, John Godwin, Justin
Audience: Older children and adults
Runtime: 44 minutes
Distributor: A&E Channel/A&E Television
Director: Hugh Peterson
Executive Producer: Scott Gurney, Deirdre Gurney,
Willie Robertson, Mike Odair
Producer: Jaedra Luke, Jenna Cole
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The first episode of Season Four of DUCK DYNASTY, “Till Duck Do Us Part,” is one of the best episodes in the series so far. It’s extremely funny and leads to a great ending.
The episode opens with Willie and his brother, Jep, playing Battleship. Jep is getting the best of Willie in the game, which perturbs Willie to no end.
Willie’s wife Korie brings up the fact that his father and mother, Phil and Kay, are having a “big” wedding anniversary coming up. She says the family should do something special for Phil and Kay. Korie tries to convince Willie that he comes up with the idea to do a surprise wedding for them, something Phil and Kay never had.
All the Robertson brothers chafe at this plan, but Korie and the other wives soon whip their men into shape. Figuratively speaking, of course. However, this does lead to a lot of jokes about the men being “whipped.”
Korie assigns Uncle Si to get Phil and Kay away from the house, so that the Robertson clan can set up an outdoor wedding nearby. Si almost bungles the job from the start, but he manages to accomplish the task. He tells Phil and Kay he’s taking them out to get ice cream, but along the way, he drives them to places that played an important part in their early lives together. The problem is, Si’s memory is not quite the same as Phil and Kay’s.
Meanwhile, back at their house near a beautiful fishing stream, the Robertson clan is busy designing a nice little outdoor makeshift wedding area. Brother Jase is getting a little bored, however, and he sneaks off to do some fishing.
The time for the wedding ceremony soon arrives. With their clean-shaven older brother, Alan (who, like his father, Phil, is a pastor) performing the wedding ceremony, the Robertsons celebrate God, marriage, and family together.
“Till Duck Do Us Part” is hilarious. The Robertson brothers like to tease one another, which leads to a lot of funny moments. Uncle Si is always pretty funny, as he seems to bumble his way through life. In real life, however, Si is a serious man, and that comes through occasionally in the series, as it does here when he gives a wonderful short little speech before his brother Phil and Kay are about to say their final I Do’s. Another heartfelt moment is Kay’s comment that she’s finally getting the “fairy tale” wedding she’s always wanted.
Consequently, the ending of “Till Duck Do Us Part” generates some good tears as well as a lot of good laughter. Best of all, there are several positive references to God, a final prayer, and a comment about the importance of producing “godly” children. Thus, amid all the hilarity, “Till Duck Do Us Part” celebrates the values that are the foundation of all good civilization – God, marriage and family. That’s a culture-wise message every media-wise family can support.
This episode is being rerun Thanksgiving, Nov. 28 on A&E. Check your local listings for time and location.
“Till Duck Do Us Part” is hilarious. The ending also provides some heartfelt, tearful moments. Both Phil and his oldest son, Alan, are pastors, and Alan performs the ceremony. Consequently, the episode contains positive references to God and prayer, and mentions the importance of producing “godly” children. Thus, amid all the hilarity, “Till Duck Do Us Part” celebrates values that are the foundation of all good civilization – God, marriage and family. That’s a culture-wise message every media-wise family can support.