Move over Phil, it's Uncle Si's time in the limelight.
Fans were treated to a Si takeover on last night's episode of "Duck Dynasty." The arguably craziest member of the Robertson family strapped a camera on top of a war helmet to give viewers a point-of-view look into the life of Si.
"Gentlemen, I present Si-vision," said Jase.
"From this moment on, okay hey, the truth will be known," Si announced to the camera. "No one will be able to look at Si Robertson again with a crooked eye and say, 'Hey! That guy's head ain't on right'."
Si wanted to make sure his viewers were able to get a complete look into the Si experience so he strapped a second camera to his chest.
"I've got one camera looking at me and then I've got another one on my chest where you can see what a shorter version of me sees," he explained.
One person who definitely would not be tuning in was Si's nephew Jase.
"This is going to get real old fast," he said.
"This is gonna be what they call a classic," Si said very confidently. "This is all nonfiction Jack. Hey look! You can't make this stuff up."
But what started off as a "duck-umentary" of one man, navigating life as a duck call maker, somehow turned into a war movie.
"I know I said it would be a documentary about my life," he admitted. "Now it's turning into an epic war movie."
Sick of Si's crazy antics, Jase, Jep and their Duck Commander coworkers Marvin and Godwin set off on a long-awaited hunting trip and reluctantly brought along their Uncle.
"Whenever hunting season rolls around, let just say it’s pretty difficult to focus on work," said Jase. But before they could head out for the hunt, Si had to take a bathroom break, which he of course filmed.
"In goes the good tea, out goes the bad tea," Si said on camera.
"Can we go hunting now or are we going to sit around and talk about what happened or what didn't happen in the Vietnam War?" Jase asked his Uncle.
Once finally in the great outdoors, Si managed to turn what should have been a hunting trip into an episode of Oprah.
"Speak into my chest and let's get it off of your chest," Si said as he asked Jase to share his feelings with him on camera. "Bring the real Jason Robertson forward."
"I don't share my feelings with mad men," Jase responded.
"That's your problem," explained Si. "Treat me like Oprah."
Jase began to notice that his Uncle was starting to get out of hand with the whole filming everything thing.
"Once you start comparing yourself to Oprah, things get uncomfortable just like a nature calling amongst a cactus thicket," said Jase.
Si's documenting started to scare off all of the deer so he was kicked out of the duck blind. It was either that or his Oprah comment.
"This deer hunting movie [has] turned into a survival movie" he said as he exited the blind. "That's what happens when you're comrade desert you." Wait, what happened to the war movie?
Si's older brother Phil wouldn't stand for his sibling's shenanigans.
"You need to turn that mess off Si, and get back to reality," Phil told Si.
Per usual, the family put the nonsense behind them as they prepared for their family dinner.
"Making decision is a big part of life," Willie explained after spending some quality time with his children on the way to an LSU game. "And knowing when to give up on a goal, is a really tough decision to make. The thing is, if you're too focused on one goal, you could miss out on a lot of good stuff along the way, like spending some quality time with your kids, or getting the kill shot on a big buck."
"Ultimately, life is about balance," he continued. "Pursing your goals, chasing your dreams but don't forget to appreciate what you have right at this moment because sometimes it's the little things that mean the most."
So far there's been no word on a release date for tentatively titled "Life of Si," but we're already ready for the sequel.