When the Governor of Louisiana announces that he will be coming to Duck Commander to present Willie with a commerce award, John Luke volunteers to give the introduction speech. But Willie can't help but give John Luke some public speaking pointers, along with Si's unwanted help. Meanwhile, Miss Kay enlists Korie and Sadie's help to pick out a nice outfit for the visit, trying to convince a reluctant Phil to give his opinion on her outfit options.
With Reed's graduation day approaching, Jase decides to take Reed frog hunting the night before, like he did on the day of his own graduation. Willie and Si join in, and Jase tries to keep them from imparting their "college advice" on Reed. Meanwhile, Korie, Jep, Jessica and Kay pull a senior prank of their own by toilet papering Missy and Jase's house.
When Willie agrees to sponsor Mountain Man's radio contest, a "Hands on a Hardbody" competition, he somehow finds himself competing against Si for Mountain Man's last minute prize: a woodchipper. Meanwhile, Jep and Jessica chaperone Lily's first "date", mini golfing with a boy from her school and Jep goes into over-protective dad mode.
When the Robertsons participate in the West Monroe Fire Department pancake breakfast, the firemen invite Willie and his brothers to train with the department for the day. Meanwhile, Phil and Si accompany Miss Kay on a trip to visit a family grave, but Phil becomes uneasy when Kay begins to look at burial plots for their own final resting place.
When Willie contemplates re-branding the Duck Commander image, Jase takes issue with having an outsider design their image, so he and the guys create their own new logo and business cards. Meanwhile, Willie and Phil help Bella with her science project, so Phil takes this chance to teach his granddaughter about nature, and ends up teaching her more than Willie was hoping.
The guys encounter an alligator using one of their duck blinds as a home; the children work at the church car wash, while Si and Willie clash over the best method to lure in customers.
Jase and Willie challenge Alan and Jep to a survival race through the woods; in hopes of finding a new hobby, Si joins Kay in coupon-cutting.
Jase, Jep and Si prepare for action when beavers invade Phil's property; Willie takes Bella to karate practice, then decides to get in on the fun himself.
Stumped on a way to celebrate Willie's birthday, Korie enlists the guys' help and Jase takes the reigns in planning a trip to the lake where Phil and Kay used to live. Meanwhile, when the women realize a raccoon is inside the lake house, they ask for Phil to take care of the problem and he enlists the help of his grandkids on a search for the critter.