In partnership with CBSSports.com
You have no favorite boards.
The most viewed topics.
The most replied to topics.
The most up-voted topics.
The most down-voted topics.
The most up-voted posters.
The most down-voted posters.
The most followed posters.
Si was told to get presents from the warehouse for the kids at church...
That fool brought a sleeve of coffee cups, a ball of yarn, and a DAMN DUSTPAN...
I couldn't stop laughing....
Didn't seem scripted either!
I think the show is kinda funny due to mainly Si and Jace, but goodness, the acting (Willie's wife imparticular) is evident and atrocious. My wife watches all the housewives and honeybooboo and all that other 'reality' crap and I give her shit for it being scripted and a bunch of people that shouldnt be on TV, so I feel I shouldnt be a hypocrite by ignoring the fact myself. However, at least the DD guys aren't acting too much unlike themselves, rather just the situations (like the episode where they all strike against Willie that was on last night)...all I'm saying is don't sell it as reality TV anymore
Your logic is boggling my mind
A lot of it seems scripted but if you want some good entertainment get some of their old Duck Commander hunting videos. Used to watch them back in the day before they got the show and everything.
But isn't it nice to see that there is still some good shows out there reinforcing things like family values and commitment and other positive things that get lost in most other reality shows?
In their first season they edited out most Christian things they said and put in bleeps to make it seen like they were cursing and threatened to quit doing the show unless they stopped. Anyway, it's still hilarious and enjoy watching it.
I feel the same. Si and Jace are hysterical. . . . but you can tell all the wives are acting and it is bad.
I think Phil is funny too, but it's more dry humor. I couldn't stop laughing when he helped build the play house for his granddaughters, he tried to turn it into a duck blind
SEC SEC SEC!!!
247Sports In partnership with CBS Sports