"Duck Dynasty" stars Willie and Korie Robertson and their children Rebecca, Sadie and John Luke recently made a hilarious appearance on "Celebrity Family Feud" in a bid to raise money for charity.
In the "Celebrity Family Feud" episode which aired last Sunday, the Robertson faced off against Katy Mixon, an actress best known for roles as Victoria on "Mike & Molly" and April Buchanan on "Eastbound & Down," and several members of her family.
During Sunday's episode, "Feud" host Steve Harvey asks: "Hey Sadie, C'mon now, if they made a sexy perfume for female dogs what might it smell like?"
She replied, "a fire hydrant?" causing everyone in the audience, including her family, to erupt in laughter.
"I'm nervous," she explained.
Rebecca Robertson also tried her hand at answering the question, stating, "Laundry detergent?" once again drawing laughs from the audience.
Later, Korie also offered a surprising answer to Harvey: in response to the question, "name something of your wife's you might be holding in your hand?" the "Duck" matriarch replied, "boob?" drawing laughter from the audience.
In addition to laughs, Willie Robertson drew "awws" from the audience when he answered "her heart" in response to Harvey's request to "name something of your wife's you hold in your hand."
"Celebrity Family Feud" is a spin-off of the American game show "Family Feud," which features two families competing to correctly guess the most popular responses to survey questions.
Although the Robertsons lost to the Mixons, a good time was had by all. After the show aired on Sunday, Rebecca tweeted, "It's a win win! At least we got some laughs..and thanks familyfeudabc for still donating to [The Hub]."
Korie also took to Twitter to poke fun at herself, writing "This game's harder than it looks!"
In addition to having fun, the Robertson family alo won an impressive $5,000 for Shreveport's Hub: Urban Ministry.
According to the organization's website, The Hub "exists to walk those in poverty through a process that gives them hope, friendship, community, a place they belong and the skills needed to become self-sufficient, which brings them value and worth." It uses an earning based approach to ministry to "teach the value of hard work, participation and being held accountable."
"We connected with the Robertson family over a mutual desire to fight for people in poverty and trafficking in our state. They love what we do and decided to support us," Cassie Hammett, the founder and director of The Hub told the Shreveport Times. "The Robertson family wants to change the world and we love that they use their platform to fight for those no one ever fights for."
"Duck Dynasty" airs on Wednesday nights on A&E and "Celebrity Family Feud" airs Sunday nights on ABC.