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Topic - Duck Dynasty
Duck Dynasty is a reality television series on A&E. It shows the lives of the Robertson family, which went from poverty to being wealthy due to the sales of their duck calls, primarily the "Duck Commander". - Source: Wikipedia
A government union at Eglin Air Force base in Florida says two senior managers should be fired, or at least removed from their leadership roles, because they have decals on their vehicles that read: "Duck Dynasty: I Support Phil."
A New Jersey man enamored with Phil Robertson's Christian messages hopped in his car and drove about 20 hours to the "Duck Dynasty" star's Church of Christ in Louisiana, just so he could be baptized by the family patriarch.
When Rex Blisard built a camo-covered church pew to give to "Duck Dynasty," his favorite TV show, he had no idea his gift would result in a lengthy visit with "Duck Dynasty" family members and an appearance on national television.
The family-owned business featured on hit reality television show "Duck Dynasty" has partnered with Mossberg manufacturers to make its own line of shotguns.
Last night for the first time, I watched an episode of "Duck Dynasty" and enjoyed it. That's good news because I saw an entertaining reality show in which I really liked the characters, all of whom seemed "real." That's bad news because I put another viewer in the A&E "win" column in the midst of all this mess. I don't agree with A&E's stance on the issues here ("Huge backlash mounts over suspension of 'Duck Dynasty' star Phil Robertson." Web, Dec. 19).
Feathers have flown in every direction over the announcement by A&E of its suspension of Phil Robertson from the "Duck Dynasty" TV show for daring to express an opinion of his own.
"Faith. Family. Ducks." It's the unofficial motto for the family featured in the TV reality show Duck Dynasty and that homespun philosophy permeates nearly everything in this small north Louisiana town.
A&E network executives suspended Phil Robertson from his starring role in the much-watched, Christian-based reality television series, Duck Dynasty following his "extremely" disappointing remarks about gays.
A&E's hit show "Duck Dynasty," a reality show about a Louisiana family that made a fortune carving duck calls, opened its fourth season Wednesday reaching the No. 1 spot for a nonfiction series telecast in cable history, the station reported Thursday.
When "Duck Dynasty" returned for its third season last week, it was greeted by an audience of 8.6 million viewers. Pretty good for an A&E reality series about bearded bayou brethren who manufacture duck calls and love to go bird hunting.
The TV series "Duck Dynasty" is coming between Morrissey and Jimmy Kimmel.