The duck masters teach the Late-Night master how to call ducks…
Phil and Willie Robertson visited Warner Bros. studios to be on Late Night with Conan O’Brien. When you get two funny southerners from Duck Dynasty and a funny man from L.A., there’s no way you can keep from laughing.
Phil brought duck calls representing seven different species of ducks. Willie handed Conan his own duck caller and the teaching began.
Phil taught him how to hold the caller.
“Say ‘ten,’” Phil said to Conan. “How many times did your tongue hit the roof of your mouth?”
“One,” Conan said. The audience started to chuckle.
“Count ’em,” Phil said. “It’s ‘ten.’”
“‘Ten,’” Conan repeated.
“How many times?” Phil asked.
Then Conan realized — you could tell from his facial expression.
“Two,” Conan said, clearly embarrassed. The audience cracked up.
“I love you, Conan,” Phil said in between laughs. “I really do.”
Phil taught Conan to say “ten” five times in order to make the call sound realistic. Phil’s call, of course, was perfect. Conan’s sounded more like an injured duckling trying to swim across a bowl of water. And the Duck Commanders, not surprisingly, laughed at him.
“Maybe my duck is a little different,” Conan joked. “Maybe I want to get the weird ducks.”
Soon, Conan was spurting out duck chuckles and imitating Louis Armstrong on trumpet.
“I’m the Miles Davis of ducks!” Conan exclaimed.