The Robertsons celebrate Willie & Korie's 25th anniversary and Willie and Korie reveal a big secret that makes the party take a dramatic turn. Elsewhere: Jase gets a parking ticket and blames Uncle Si.
When Willie asks a local chainsaw artist to make him a statue, he gets a big surprise when it's revealed that the statue is of an unlikely subject -- Willie himself. Meanwhile, Jep and Jessica attempt to help Kay with her hoarding by selling some of her items online, but things take a turn when Kay begins buying more stuff than she sells.
On a trip to New York, Jase's son Reed proposes to his girlfriend, which inspires his father to fan the flames of romance back home with Missy. Meanwhile, when Sadie asks Willie to be a guest lecturer at her business class, things get derailed when Uncle Si tags along and uses it as an opportunity to promote his new invention.
The tables are turned when the HOA comes to Jase for help to rid the neighborhood of a menacing beaver. Little Will has just gotten his learner's permit, and Willie and Si argue over which of them is the better driving instructor.
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.
After Si has started moonlighting as a grocery bagger, the guys show up at the store and their teasing inadvertently causes Si to lose his job and his chance to enter a local bagging competition. To make up for it, they create their own competition to help Si get his job back. Meanwhile, Korie bribes Willie to get some necessary dental work done.
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.
Willie accompanies Kay to a local bingo tournament and gets seduced by the game, eventually embarrassing himself and Kay with his enthusiasm. Meanwhile, Jase and Jep prove to the younger generation that there are fun things to do outdoors in the mud.
Willie takes Sadie on a tour of a local college in hopes of convincing her to stay nearby after her impending high school graduation. Meanwhile, John Luke and Mary Kate try to prove to Phil that they haven't lost their Robertson roots while away at college.
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.
The guys enjoy a one-day rodeo fantasy camp where they learn the ins and outs of riding, roping and clowning. Meanwhile, when Kay's dog Bobo gets a new girlfriend, Kay drags Willie to meet the dog's owners to help determine if she comes from a good family.
After leaving school to pursue music, Jase feels that Reed needs some structure in his life, so he hires him to take his place at Duck Commander. Meanwhile, Korie tries to help Willie lower his blood pressure by putting him on a vegetarian diet and exercise program, much to Willie's chagrin.
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.