Jase: When we go out in public now we're easily recognized. Basically, when you look like we do--before the show, people kept their distance. People thought I was homeless. Now it's different. I was in Ohio last weekend, my plane got delayed, and I got there 60 seconds before I was going up on stage to speak. When I walked out, there were two families in the front row and they had "Duck Dynasty" spelled out in paint on their chests. People were cheering and hollering. People were going crazy and I hadn't even said a word.