Wow, this is an inside look y'all have never seen before. Watch Phil, Kay, Jep and Reed discuss the inner-workings of their family, from their humble beginnings, through the struggle in keeping their family together, and finally their current and continued commitment to what's most important: faith and family.
Phil starts the in depth interview out by talking about his early years and how he married Kay when they were 16 and 17 and how he found solace in alcohol. It got so bad that he had to disappear for a few months because of a barroom brawl. As years went on, Phil's battle with alcohol and law-breaking continued. It got to the point that Kay had to tell her children, "that's not your daddy; that's the devil in your daddy."
Duck Commander was crafted in the Robertson living room with the help of Kay and their boys. "The first year in sales I had turned to God," Phil said. "The first year in sales, Duck Commander, eight-thousand bucks." When the year came that they first sold a million duck calls, Phil stated, "It was either dog-luck, but I am giving the credit to God Almighty in Heaven for the duck call sales."
Jep and Reed deliver their stories as well, finishing off the emotional insight into the Robertson family with an important message from Phil: "We all go six feet deep in the ground. The grave is a problem, so is sin. Jesus came down in flesh and saw both of them. So, for me and my household, I just think that we would all be better off if we loved God and loved each other. At the end of the day, you will be happy, happy, happy."
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