When Missy's parents visit, her father convinces Jase to take him on a quail hunt. But while their "bonding hunt" yields very few quail, it does bring them closer together as friends. Meanwhile, Willie helps John Luke start his own snow cone business, but in order to make a profit, they'll have to overcome some growing pains.
Si recruits his nephews to help him transport a storage container to his backyard, but things take a turn when Jep becomes locked inside the box. Meanwhile, Jase helps Mia prepare for her cheerleading competition, but the only problem is he has no idea what he's doing.
When Willie's old rival Phillip McMillan challenges him to a game of dodgeball, Willie recruits his family members to settle a score once and for all. Meanwhile, Si thinks his cat is cheating on him with another family, so he recruits Miss Kay and Mountain Man to help find out.
Dismayed at the haphazard state of the warehouse's filing system, Willie hires Alan as office manager at Jase's suggestion. However, the changes that Alan implements around the workroom quickly drive the guys crazy and make Jase want to eat his words. An alarm malfunction at Willie and Korie's house prompts the Robertson women and girls to take a self-defense class, with John Luke as the instructor's assistant/victim.
The family celebrates Godwin's birthday with a Renaissance fair, but it takes a strange turn with the guys' choice of costumes. A medieval tournament between Alan, Jase, Willie, and Sadie goes awry in every event and produces a surprise winner.
In this special episode, the Duck Commander team surprises two wounded veterans with a trip to Monroe so they can be in an episode of Duck Dynasty. To show their support, the Robertson family stages a "color run" to bring awareness to our wounded soldiers.
Willie and Alan agree to help Miss Kay open her own bakery, but things take a turn when it Kay is asked to hand over her secret recipes. Meanwhile, the guys in the duck call room take an extended lunch break by driving to Mississippi for fried green tomato sandwiches.
The Robertson family takes a road trip to Liberty University where they will drop off John Luke and Mary Kate for their first year of college. Along the way, they stop in Nashville to visit Willie's friend Colt Ford.
When Jase and Jep get into an argument over which of them is the rightful heir to their grandfather's old rifle, they decide to settle the argument with a marksmanship contest. Meanwhile, Willie and Korie help Rebecca prepare for her trip to Taiwan with her new fiancee by rehearsing the customary Taiwanese engagement ceremony.
When a large storm hits Monroe, most of the adults head to Phil and Kay's to help protect their house from flooding while Jess, Sadie, Rebecca and Cole babysit the kids. Meanwhile, Jep, Si, Martin and Godwin try to protect the Duck Commander inventory from a leaking warehouse roof.
When the Robertson brothers debate which of their wives makes the best cornbread, it escalates into a full-on cornbread cook off. Meanwhile, when Jep, Martin, and Godwin play a practical joke on Uncle Si, it ends up being Si who has the last laugh.
Jase accompanies Willie on a business trip to Arkansas to pitch a new product and has unorthodox sales strategies. Back in Monroe, Jep and Si have to track down an important item of Willie's that they accidentally shipped out.
Willie thinks his kids have been spending too much time on their phones and other devices so he initiates a "No-Tech Week," but when he has to participate too it ends up being harder than he thought. There's a lice outbreak at Duck Commander forcing the guys to try to stop it before it spreads any further.
Willie buys a 3D printer for the office that starts off as a fun distraction for the guys until it appears the printer could soon replace their jobs. Si, upset that Willie invested in the 3D printer and didn't give him a raise, invests in John Luke's SnoCone stand.
Willie puts Little Will on a budget for his first car but it backfires when Will decides to get a motorcycle instead. Jase and the guys are inspired to design a product using zip lines that will revolutionize duck hunting.
While many of the guys' wives and children are in Africa doing charity work, Willie and Jase get into a debate over tracking ability which leads to a challenge--can Jase and Si track and capture Willie and Jep?
With Korie still in Africa, Willie and Jep must step in and supervise Bella's sleepover. When a couple boys play a prank on the girls, Willie and Jep prove to be the perfect chaperones for the task. Meanwhile, Jase takes Si, Martin and Godwin for a round of night golf.