The fourth season of Duck Dynasty drew in 11.8 million viewers for its August 14th season premiere and, according to A&E, that number is the best of any nonfiction series telecast in cable history.
The Holiday Special Plot:
It’s Christmas time in “O Little Town of West Monroe,” where the Robertsons are partaking in traditions new and old. The family is asked to perform a live nativity for the church, so the wives take it upon themselves to organize rehearsals to ensure they pull off a great event. However, wrangling all the Robertson men requires divine intervention; Jep is afraid he won’t remember his one line, Si can’t let go of his tea cup and Jase gives Willie a hard time about his role as Joseph.
Meanwhile, Phil enlists Kay and Jessica to go hunting for the perfect Christmas ham but it doesn’t take long for him to regret it. Willie and Jase struggle to find a gift their wives won’t want to return so they unenthusiastically take the advice of Jep, who always gives Jessica thoughtful presents that she loves.
-Posted by Rebecca Murray
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