The show follows the exploits of self-professed "redneck millionaires," the Robertson family of West Monroe, Louisiana.
They just love their country pursuits, and in the premiere episode Jase Robertson explained the fundamentals of frog-hunting.
It's a three-man job apparently, but only two of the men need to have any expertise. The job of "ice chest man" can be filled by just about anyone with a pulse, so on this night-time trip in the bayou Jase gave it to his brother Willie.
Now, Willie may be the CEO of the family company, but he's clearly lacking in bayou smarts.
This became abundantly clear when he was warned to be careful of a snake in the tree above him. "That ain't no snake," he said confidently before realizing his mistake and leaping into the water as the snake fell out of the tree.
Don't give up the day job, Willie!
"Duck Dynasty" continues on Wednesdays at 10 p.m. ET on A&E.
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