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Duck Dynasty: Season 8 (2015/A&E/Lionsgate DVD)

Picture: B- Sound: C+ Extras: C Episodes: C-

Having never seen Duck Dynasty before, but hearing about it all the time and seeing items all over the place I was curious. For the Duck Dynasty gang/family Season 8 begins with the guys taking John Luke out for a bachelor type outing and playing some golf. This sets up what comes later in the season, however, fans may be a little disappointed by this DVD release.

For those that are not familiar with the Duck Dynasty crew, they are the Robertson family and made a fortune from their family-oriented business called Duck Commander. They are better known for their show and all the fun loving antics that come with it, their beards are fairly recognizable as well.

Episodes on this two-disc set for Duck Dynasty: Season 8 include: Grooming the Groom, Induckpendence Day, Search N' Decoy, Wild Wild Pest, Pranks for Everything, Bachelor Party Blowout, The Ducket List, and Pit Perfect. This is mainly the reason why the fans of the show will be upset, you see, there are not 8 episodes this season. There are 9 episodes and they chose to leave out their ninth episode, John Luke Gets Hitched. So, if you are like me and have not seen any of this show, you will be left with a void.

As I stated earlier, Season 8 of Duck Dynasty starts with John Luke and the guys going out for a bachelor outing playing golf, but now the audience will be left wondering what happened. The last episode is John Luke's wedding day and since it is not on either of these two discs we are left without that conclusion. My guess is that they are going to try and milk John Luke Gets Hitched for all it is worth by having behind the scenes and whatnot on a special DVD.

This season is presented in standard definition 16:9/1.78:1 widescreen and a lossy Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo track for its audio. Duck Dynasty: Season 8 has a runtime of approximately 2 hours and 56 minutes if you decide to have a marathon. The bonus features include footage never before seen on television, which without spoiling anything, is about what you would expect from these guys.

- Jordan Whiteko


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