When Willie and the guys take John Luke golfing prior to his engagement party, their attempts at marital advice don't exactly work out as planned. Meanwhile, Korie's shopping trip for engagement presents takes longer than expected with Kay and Si tagging along for the ride.
Jase and the guys plan a fireworks extravaganza for the Robertson family's Fourth of July barbecue; Uncle Si becomes the subject of an exhibit at a local military museum.
When Phil and Jase get into an argument about which type of duck decoy works the best, the guys repaint some old decoys, betting that Phil cannot tell the difference. Jessica challenges Willie to a bowling contest with Kay's "Big Sista's" club.
When Jase and the guys discover they have a knack for removing pests from other people's property, they use their new talents to their advantage. Willie gives Sadie and John Luke summer jobs at his diner, but first must train them to be good employees.
When an office prank war spirals out of control, Phil volunteers Willie, Jase, and Jep to help Alan at the church, which seems more like a punishment than charity work. Meanwhile, Korie gives Kay a surprise art class taught by famous artist Pierre Matisse.
When the guys spend the weekend at a hunting cabin to celebrate Martin's bachelor party, things turns explosive after they find a cache of antique black powder weapons. Meanwhile, Willie helps Kay fulfill her lifelong dream of owning a petting zoo.
When Uncle Si has a brush with death, he creates a bucket list and asks the guys to help him fulfill his dreams. Meanwhile, Kay sets out to prove to Willie and Alan that she actually graduated high school.
When Duck Commander sponsors a NASCAR race, Jase and the guys get themselves in the mood by attempting to work as a pit crew. Meanwhile, Willie and Korie challenge John Luke and his fiancée Mary Kate to a doubles tennis match.
In this very special wedding episode, John Luke Robertson is getting married to his fiancée Mary Kate, and our cameras are with him every step of the way. From wedding planning and dress shopping, to the rehearsal dinner and the big wedding day, it's a joyous time for the Robertson family as guests from all over the world come to bear witness on this momentous occasion.