A&E's hit original series Duck Dynasty returns for Season 7.
Cable’s top unscripted show continues with a new season following the Robertson family as they approach business and life as only they can.
In the Season 7 premiere, Willie takes a business trip to Scotland to expand the duck call business and brings the entire family along so they can reconnect with their Scottish roots. But when Willie organizes a bus tour to trace his family heritage, he discovers much more than he expected. Meanwhile, Jase brings a group of people to the Highland Games and winds up participating, while Jep and Jessica try to sneak away for a romantic getaway, only to find themselves with Uncle Si in tow.
In other episodes this season, Willie becomes assistant coach on Lil' Will’s football team, Sadie's Dancing With the Stars partner, Mark Ballas, visits Monroe and attempts to teach Willie and Kay some dance moves, and the whole family takes over a local TV show for a holiday special with Si serving as the weatherman, Kay presenting her famous recipes, and Phil offering holiday tips. Jep and Jessica move into a new house a few doors down from Willie and Jase and the family helps out a longtime Duck Commander employee whose mom has fallen on hard times by buying her a house for Christmas.
It can truly be said that the Robertsons are not your typical millionaires. The family literally went from rags to riches when family patriarch, Phil, developed a duck call made out of cedar from areas in and around his hometown of Monroe, Louisiana. This was back in 1973 and he founded a company called Duck Commander to produce and manufacture the calls. Skip ahead a couple decades and enter one of Phil's four sons, Willie. Sharing his family's passion for hunting and the outdoors, he used his degree in business - along with plenty of help from his family - to grow Duck Commander from a regional business into a national, multi-million dollar empire. So whether you're just a fan of hunting or inspired by this story of the American dream come true (or both), head over the Duck Dynasty Shop to pick up an array of memorabilia to show your fandom.
Jase and Jep listen to a mariachi band, and eat chips and salsa, while they wait for the manager. After they're told they are not allowed to unload their garbage, Jase says they were victims of "facial profiling."