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  • A&E reverses suspension of 'Duck Dynasty's' Phil Robertson

    A&E reverses suspension of 'Duck Dynasty's' Phil Robertson
    "Duck Dynasty" has been made whole again. A&E announced late Friday that it was reversing its suspension of the hit show's patriarch, Phil Robertson, which was imposed last week after inflammatory comments about gay and black people made to a national...
  • 'Duck Dynasty': A&E warned Phil Robertson about speaking out too much

    'Duck Dynasty': A&E warned Phil Robertson about speaking out too much
    Anyone looking at the "Duck Dynasty" uproar may wonder why A&E didn't warn Phil Robertson about the dangers of talking too much to reporters. But it now looks like they did. Robertson, the long-bearded patriarch of the clan of Louisiana duck-call...
  • 'Duck Dynasty' stars book Fox News interview for New Year's special

    'Duck Dynasty' stars book Fox News interview for New Year's special
    "Duck Dynasty's" Willie and Korie Robertson will go on Fox News to talk about their embattled patriarch, Phil Robertson, in an interview during the network's New Year's special Tuesday night.  This will mark the first TV appearance by the A&E show's...
  • 'Smaug' stock soars! A&E caves on 'Duck Dynasty.'

    'Smaug' stock soars! A&E caves on 'Duck Dynasty.'
    After the coffee. Before figuring out who should coach the Redskins next. The Skinny: This time last year, I was excited about the Redskins making the playoffs. Now I'm just excited that I won't have to watch them lose every Sunday for another nine...
  • 'Duck Dynasty': Before the furor, a lunch in Beverly Hills

    'Duck Dynasty': Before the furor, a lunch in Beverly Hills
    A stir in the upscale restaurant at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Beverly Hills was evident as soon as the men with the forest-thick beards and camouflage gear entered, accompanied by wife, kids and entourage. The group instantly seemed out of place...
  • 'Duck Dynasty's' Phil Robertson: Five more debate-worthy quotes

    'Duck Dynasty's' Phil Robertson: Five more debate-worthy quotes
    The debate over A&E's "Duck Dynasty" and the comments made in a GQ interview by one of its stars, Phil Robertson, continues to rage. While Robertson sits out future filming and the rest of the Robertson clan questions whether they will film the show...
  • Critic's Notebook: 'Duck Dynasty' controversy comes down to freedom

    Critic's Notebook: 'Duck Dynasty' controversy comes down to freedom
    As you have probably heard, unless you are leading a life away from the Internet, television and people, Phil Robertson -- the 67-year-old "patriarch" in A&E's popular redneck-reality swamp comedy "Duck Dynasty" -- gave an interview to GQ, the fancy men's...
  • 2013: The year's 10 biggest culture war battles

    2013: The year's 10 biggest culture war battles
    The raging controversy over comments made by "Duck Dynasty" star Phil Robertson in GQ magazine and A&E's decision to suspend him from the remaining episodes of the upcoming fifth season arrive at the end of a year that has no shortage of culture war dust-...
  • Cracker Barrel, after outcry, resumes selling 'Duck Dynasty' products

    Cracker Barrel, after outcry, resumes selling 'Duck Dynasty' products
    Cracker Barrel has heeded to an old adage: The customer is always right. Late Sunday, the Tennessee-based restaurant chain, which has 625 locations in 42 states, reversed course and said it would resume selling "Duck Dynasty" merchandise. Customer...
  • 'Duck Dynasty' mess has made A&E a sitting duck

    'Duck Dynasty' mess has made A&E a sitting duck
    Sometimes it is best to see if a fire will extinguish itself naturally rather than try to put it out. That's something A&E might have considered before rushing to pull Phil Robertson from filming of the network's hit reality show "Duck Dynasty," about...
  • A&E puts 'Duck Dynasty' star on hiatus following anti-gay comments

    A&E puts 'Duck Dynasty' star on hiatus following anti-gay comments
    "Duck Dynasty" star Phil Robertson has been put on an indefinite hiatus from filming the smash hit A&E reality series following inflammatory remarks about gay people he made in an interview with GQ magazine. In a statement, A+E Networks said, "We are...