Tonight on A & E America’s most recognizable family is back for a funny, functional, and family-filled Season 4 episode 2 of DUCK DYNASTY called, “So You Think You Can Date?” On tonight’s show Phil tries to teach his granddaughters how to fish–a useful skill. Did you watch last week’s season 4 premiere? We did and we recapped it right here for you.
On tonight’s show everyone came together to plan a surprise wedding for Phil and Kay, setting up a special ceremony on their land, which the whole family attended. Si distracted Phil and Kay by taking them on a “trip down memory lane” to different places that were meaningful in their relationship.
On tonight’s show after discovering that Martin has to miss a Friday night poker game for a planned date, the guys (as well as their wives) take turns figuring out the best way to coach him for romance. When babysitting for Jep and Jessica turns into a rocky road, Phil tries to teach his granddaughters how to fish–a useful skill. But even at this young age, the girls outsmart him and have him doing all the work.
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The boys are at the fishing hole. They were doing well that is except Uncle Si. They’re about to leave and are making plans for later when Martin says he can’t go. Everyone is shocked but their jaws are literally to the floor after Martin explains he has a date.
Back at the commander center Martin remains the main topic. Jase has never mentioned Martin talk about a woman before. Si thinks he made the date up. He should know he makes people all the time. He made Jep up long before his nephew was actually born.
Willie had Korrie about Martin so she came down to the office and told Martin he was getting a makeover. As she said he dress like a seventh grader that has never been introduced to deodorant.
Meanwhile Grandpa Phil is watching his granddaughters. He tries to get them interested in more than their video games but they refuse to listen. He can’t help consider it a shame that not only does he have to watch them but that they’ve turned into eating computer robots. Kay is no help. When he asked not feed the kids as reward for bad behavior she did it anyway. Finally having enough Phil demands their presence outside where hopefully he could turn them into red neck girls.
Going back to Martin’s house the gang is really surprised. The boys have never been to Martin’s house. They find it strange and creepy. Like a cross between Taxidermy and the house from the Brady Brunch. His fridge is worse. They are so many things expired. He also had large amount of packaged mustard.
Trying to save them from digital dementia, Phil is trying to the girls to fish. Along the way he teaches them how to bait a fish and bite a snake in half. Their squealing could have deterred him but he’s used to blocking that out. However his girls surprise him by catching a fish. Just as he got excited the girls asked if they can name the fish. Here’s the thing they don’t want to cook the fish. They want to let him go because he has siblings out in the water. Phil convinces them though that fish will taste really good fried.
Martin’s makeover goes well with the women but the men call him a hairy Easter egg. Prior to his date the guys want to teach him some date etiquette. That involves Si pretending to be his date. Only Si could take his role too far. Dressed in a multi-color boa all he served to do was confuse poor Martin.
The next day after his date Martin joins the family for dinner. He had ignored all the advice and now he has a second date. So ta-da! To celebrate Si sings him a song about a putting a ring on it. No it doesn’t sound anything like Beyonce. And Phil now knows that it’s for the best for the girls to stay home.