A competitive cook-off ensues after the Robertson brothers debate which of their wives makes the best cornbread; Jep, Martin and Godwin's practical joke on Uncle Si backfires.
The guys learn how to rope, ride and clown around when they attend a one-day rodeo fantasy camp; Kay wonders if her dog's new girlfriend comes from a good family.
Jase hires Reed to take his place at Duck Commander; Korie puts Willie on a vegetarian diet and exercise program in an effort to lower his blood pressure.
Jase and Willie take a business trip to Arkansas to pitch a new product; Jep and Si accidentally ship out an important item of Willie's, then attempt to track it down.
Willie institutes a "no-tech week" when he feels his children spend too much time on their phones, but has difficulty participating in his own program; the guys attempt to stop a lice outbreak at Duck Commander.
Willie finds himself running against Jase to become the president of HOA. The group makes a Duck Commander display for the local zoo.
The group is concerned over the threat of a 3D printer. Upset that he missed out on a raise, Si invests in a Snow Cone stand.
The guys are horrified to find Phil's property overrun with cotton mouth snakes. Willie helps Rebecca improve her business.
Willie gives Will a budget on his first vehicle, but Will decides to purchase a motorcycle instead. The guys design a new product using zip lines.
With the wives and children gone, Jase and Si compete to see who has the better tracking skills. The winner must be the first to track and capture Willie and Jep.
Willie and Jep are forced to chaperone Bella's sleepover, but they prove to be the perfect fit when pranks from the boys get out of hand. Jake takes Si, Martin and Godwin for a round of golf.
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