While Si and Willie faced off in the ultimate competition to win a wood chipper, Jep assumed the role of bad cop when his daughter, Lily, went on her first date with a boy from her class.
The June 25 episode of Duck Dynasty proved who was the manliest of men when Si and Willie Robertson faced off in a competition to win the ultimate prize — a wood chipper! Back home, Jep Robertson went into over-protective dad mode after his wife broke the news that their daughter, Lily, 11, had plans to go on her very first date. Keep reading to find out what happened!
‘Duck Dynasty’s Willie Robertson & Si Robertson Face Off
For some reason, Mountain Man came up with the genius idea to host a his own contest — “Hands on a Hardbody” — on his radio show. However, he didn’t think his plan through all the way because there was only one problem: he did not have the money to purchase a truck for the competition.
Mountain Man stopped by Willie’s office to ask for a donation, which Willie was apprehensive about at first until his wife, Korie, convinced him to hand over $1,000 to help out a friend. Wow, that was generous!
The next day, Si and Willie head over to Mountain Man’s house, which unbeknownst to them was the site of the competition. To Si and Willie’s surprise, Mountain Man decided to swap the truck in for a wood chipper as the grand prize.
When no one else showed up for the competition, Si and Willie ended up facing off with each other.
The competition came to an all time high when Si tried to psych Willie out. Jace joined in the fun when he began to provide a running commentary about something “magical” — Willie’s tinkle dance. In the end, Si won the wood chipper.
Jep Robertson Plays Bad Cop For His Daughter, 11
Meanwhile, Jep’s wife, Jessica, sat him down to deliver some good news — their daughter, Lily, now 11, had her first official boyfriend and they planned to go out on their first date — mini golf! Jep insisted that he chaperone the date, and he quickly turned the situation into a good cop/bad cop scenario.
Jep joked that Lily would have to be 5′ 8″ tall before she was allowed to go on a date with any boy. Poor Lily!
When the day of the date came, Jep complained when Lily’s date, John Daniel, arrived late. However, he made up for it later on when he bought Lily flowers, gave her his jacket when she was cold, and said that he enjoyed hunting. Aww, how cute is that?
By the end of the date, Jep and John Daniel seemed to have hit it off pretty well despite Jep’s premature opinions. Lily is a lucky little girl to have such a protective daddy!
HollywoodLifers, what did you think of Jep’s over-protective parenting style? Did Si deserve to win the wood chipper? Let us know your thoughts below!
— Stephanie Bray
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