Uncle Si Calls It Quits In “Duck Dynasty” While Brakes Fail In “PINKS: ALL OUT”

New Episodes Air March 21 and Classic Outdoor Film Airing on March 25

Duck Dynasty
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Denver, CO -(AmmoLand.com)- Outdoor Channel courses out another evening of fan-favorite programming beginning Monday, March 21 at 7 p.m. ET.

In back-to-back episodes of Duck Dynasty, the bearded-gang is down by one when Si leaves his position with the company and the guys experience life under surveillance at Willie’s demand. Next, PINKS: ALL OUT, the vintage-style, street racing competition, airs the third of four episodes of never-before seen drag racing programming. Outdoor Channel continues its “Friday Night at the Movies” programming of classic cinema with the 1982 film, The Man From Snowy River, a tale of one boy’s transformation into a man, airing Friday, March 25 at 9 p.m. ET.

  • Duck Dynasty (Mondays at 7 p.m. ET/PT): Si Robertson up and quits his job at Duck Commander because he feels the crew isn’t working enough. To fill the open position, Willie hires a new guy that Jase and the others immediately hate due to his obnoxious and bizarre behavior. In the evening’s next episode, Jase breaks into Willie’s office causing Willie to install a surveillance system in the warehouse. The new technology irritates everyone and ends up getting on Willie’s nerves as well. Plus, don’t miss all new episodes of Duck Dynasty Wednesdays on A&E. Take a look at upcoming back-to-back episodes: Promo
  • PINKS: ALL OUT (Mondays at 8:30 p.m. ET/PT): In the third episode of this month-long drag racing special, the competition starts out with more than 500 contestants and is narrowed down to two heats of 32 competitors. Each heat is cut down to 16 opponents, then halved four more times until there is one winner from each heat standing, claiming $2,500 apiece. From there, the two winners can take their money and leave or run it all out in a final race against each other for a grand cash prize of $5,000. Viewers will see the last race of the day take an interesting turn when a final competitor’s brakes fail. The show-host, Rich Christensen put it well, “it’s not just mental, it’s also mechanical and it’s not just mechanical, it’s also mental.” For a sneak peek of the next race, click here: Promo
  • The Man From Snowy River – Friday Night Film – (Fridays at 9 p.m. ET/PT): Set in 1880s Australia, Jim Craig has grown up in the mountains living on his father’s farm for 18 years. After his father dies, Jim is forced into becoming his own man by heading to the low lands to earn enough money to get the farm back on its feet. Jim takes a job on a cattle ranch with horse-rancher Harrison and is treated poorly by the more knowledgeable cowboys. Jim experiences a turn of luck when he wins the heart of the rancher’s daughter, Jessica Harrison, by helping her break a high-strung colt and later saving her life. When he’s unfairly blamed for letting a prized stallion loose, he fights to restore his honor and prove that he’s worthy of Jessica’s hand.

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Whodaty

Ohhh…. the spectacle,…. the drama….
What ducking difference does this make in the real world?
Should anyone really give a duck?
I don’t give a duck. ;’ >