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A robbery at a Cleveland convenience store turns deadly when a store clerk is shot and killed. As police track down the men responsible, they discover more robberies and a second homicide that can be tied to the same suspects. But when the killers are brought into custody, the real drama begins, as they turn on each other--each bringing a very different story to the witness box.
At Fulton County Jail, GA, Andarius, 13, claims gangs and lights fires. His plans to assault rival gang members are derailed when he gets caught ratting out a thieving convict.
Willie and Jase invite Korie and Missy along on a deer hunt because they believe their wives have become too "city." At Phil and Kay's, Miss Kay decides she wants to frame Phil's original blueprints from the first duck call he created. Only problem is finding it first amongst her hoards of belongings.
Tomorrow is the opening day of Duck Season and the men are carrying on their tradition of camping on the Robertson Land the night before... including Willie, who typically opts out of "roughing it." But when Willie shows up to meet the guys in the Duck Commander RV, the camp is divided between those who want comfort, and those that will rough it.
With Willie out-of-town, the guys decide to flake off work and leave to brush up the duck blinds on the Robertson land. While out, Si believes he spots what he thinks is the infamous 'Black Panther.' Back at Phil's house, Phil enlists the help of his football playing nephew and his fellow teammate to do chores, citing that this will 'make them better football players.'
Though Jase lost his wedding ring long ago, Missy decides it's time for Jase to replace it with a new one. When Jase is duck hunting, once again, he loses the ring. Trying to help Jase find the ring, Si goes back to retrieve his metal detector. But Si is distracted when he believes he found the treasure he buried in his yard years back when he returned from Vietnam.
Smo gets the biggest opportunity of his career--the chance to collaborate with multi-platinum, award-winning country music artist, Darius Rucker. But with only two days to create the perfect song, Smo has to cancel a romantic weekend with Whitney, and instead head into the Tennessee woods to write with his band. The resulting song with Darius could be Smo's biggest hit yet!
When the warehouse guys new office pet (a lizard) escapes, they try all they can in order to catch the wily reptile. Proving impossible, the guys finally decide to bring in the big guns to help trap it--Mr. Phil Robertson. On the other side of town, Willie and Si have invited themselves to a ride-along with the West Monroe Police where they try their hand at being law dogs.
Sadie, has a homecoming dance coming up, but Willie doesn't approve of her dress selection. Willie decides to take Sadie out to find her a new "appropriate" dress.
Brotherly competition is taken to a whole new level when Jase and Willie challenge Alan and Jep to a survival race through the woods on Phil's property. Meanwhile, Si is interested in finding a new hobby when he sees Kay cutting coupons, so the two join forces to set out on a couponing excursion.
A giant dog toy has Todd and Tamera chasing their tails as they try to navigate trailer issues and engine trouble. Jenn moves heaven and earth to take some small moon rocks from Houston to Phoenix.
Marc takes on an antique camper and Dusty transports a sculpture. But when both transporters grab side loads, they find out they've signed on for a whole extra set of problems.
Pep and Danny's continued hunt for Logan's killer takes them and the Fugitive Task Force all around Newark and down south through the woods of North Carolina.
Kalif Logan was killed, shot 13 times with a series of AK-47 rounds. The prime suspect, a childhood friend and neighbor, allegedly murdered Logan in retaliation for a fist fight. Detective Peppers and his partner Inspector Potucek are charged with finding Logan's murderer, who is one of Newark Police Department's most wanted and most feared--and possibly still in possession of the AK-47.
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