Sometimes it’s hard to get the old man a Father’s Day card that expresses how you truly feel without coming off too sentimental and what not. Hallmark and the bearded brethren of Duck Dynasty are looking to help out with this problem as the two have teamed up for a line of Father’s Day greeting cards. See 3 of the cards in the collection in HI-RES and get our guess as to what the inside will read for Phil and Uncle Si’s.
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You can’t go anywhere these days without seeing the stars of the mega-hit Duck Dynasty. In just 3 seasons, the first family of duck calls has stormed the ramparts and made reality TV their own personal hunting reserve. From Willie’s struggles to run the Duck Commander business, to Phil’s battles with beavers and just about anything and everything Uncle Si does, the Robertsons have become their own brand of family-first redneck royalty. In celebration, check out our list of favorite inanimate objects from the show and then cast your vote or add your own in the comments!
Duck Dynasty‘s Phil Robertson may have made millions off of his ingenious duck call, and found even more success with his family-friendly A & E reality show (9. 6 million tuned into the season finale,) but his family used to not even have the basics of running water and electricity.
In his memoir Happy, Happy, Happy: My Life and Legacy as the Duck Commander, Phil says those financial setbacks didn’t stop the Robertson clan from being happy, happy, happy.
Hey, if A&E wants another season of the most popular reality show on cable they best fork over the bucks for more duck, Jack! It’s being reported that the bearded stars of the smash hit Duck Dynasty are in negotiations for a serious pay upgrade and that this salary standoff is holding up a 4th season renewal. Find out how much the Robertsons are looking to make and why we believe they’ll get just that with all parties involved ending up happy, happy, happy.
Just like millions (and millions and millions and millions…) of others who tune in each week to watch Duck Dynasty on A&E, I’ve become smitten with show patriarch Phil Robertson. At 66 years old Phil has seemingly lived the lives of three or four men — and the exciting lives of three or four men at that! The latest entry we can add to this All-American Renaissance man’s resume? How about baseball and track and field star! Or should I say quack and field?
There’s a reason that A&E’s Duck Dynasty is the most popular reality show on cable after premiering less than a year ago — the men and women on the show are not only authentic, intelligent, loving, and sincere good ol’ boys and girls who run a multi-million (billion?) dollar business out of Monroe, Louisianna, they are also just plain interesting and damned entertaining. And perhaps none are more interesting or more damned entertaining than Robertson family patriarch Phil Robertson, who will be sharing his AMAZING life story in an autobiography titled Happy, Happy, Happy: My Life and Legacy as the Duck Commander due out May 7. Keep reading for details about the book as well as amazon links where you can pre-order yours now!
In a family of larger than life characters, Phil appears to be the laid back, quiet one. But sitting on the sidelines isn’t always what made the Duck Commander happy happy happy. Check out some amazing video footage of him QBing the 1966 Louisiana Tech Bulldogs in a game against Ken Stabler and the Alabama Crimson Tide in 1966! Plus, lots of Phil Robertson football photos from college and high school, including ones with his backup, future NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Terry Bradshaw!
The number one reality show on cable (that doesn’t involve the buying and reselling of used merchandise) comes back tonight as the bearded bravados of the Robertson family return for season 3 of Duck Dynasty with back-to-back premiere episodes beginning at 10/9c on A&E. To promote the new season, the Robertsons posed for photos sporting stylish camouflage outfits in a room (and on a Chaise lounge — er, Jase lounge?) decorated with the same camo pattern. The result is the usual awesomely awkward suaveness we’ve come to expect from the Robertson boys! (Korie and Miss Kay also got in on the fun two, but their photos are anything but awkward!)
The Robertson family knows how to stick together and it’s something they’ve been practicing a long time. Check out this photo from 1992 of the whole family at Willie and Korie’s Wedding! From Alan’s Magnum PI mustache to Phil’s black beard, this excellent Robertson photo time capsule will put a big grin on your face.
When Korie says she “likes a man with a little meat on his bones,” Willie takes it as his cue to lose some weight . . . by doing yoga . . . and using a shake weight. Read on to see a video and photos of Willie’s attempts to get fit as well as Phil and Jase’s reactions to his new age fitness activities. (Includes a very unfortunate animated gif Willie will probably never live down.)