Phil Robertson's suspension from "Duck Dynasty" is over, but the controversy surrounding his, er, eclectic views on families and courtship quacks on.

Three days after A&E network dropped his Robertson's suspension from the top-rated reality show, new interview footage of the Robertson family patriarch has emerged, in which he advises men to marry teenage girls because at that age they are more compliant.

"You got to marry these girls when they are about 15 or 16. They'll pick your ducks," Robertson says in the 2009 video.

Relax, "pick your ducks" is not a "euphemism." It literally means cleaning your game.

He adds, "Look, you wait till they get to be 20 years old -- the only picking that's gonna take place is your pocket."

This Nov. 7, 2013 file photo shows Phil Robertson, the Duck Commander, holding the 1 millionth duck call assembled for 2013 at company s warehouse in West
This Nov. 7, 2013 file photo shows Phil Robertson, the Duck Commander, holding the 1 millionth duck call assembled for 2013 at company s warehouse in West Monroe, La. The A&E channel says "Duck Dynasty" patriarch Robertson is off the show indefinitely after condemning gays as sinners in a magazine interview. (AP Photo, The News-Star/Margaret Croft)

He also advises guys to make sure their prospectful brides can cook, and adds, "Make sure she carries her Bible. That'll save you a lot of trouble down the road."

Robertson was suspended from "Duck Dynasty" earlier this month after an earlier interview surfaced in which he criticized gays and gay marriage.

But after absorbing a good deal of backlash over the move, A&E returned Robertson to show on Friday. "Duck Dynasty" is cable TV's top-rated reality show, drawing 13.4 million viewers per episode.

Abby Klaassen, editor of Advertising Age, told the "CBS This Morning" that A&E had "no choice" but to bring back the show and Robertson.

"It's just too important a revenue generator for the network," she said. "But there are a couple of things we don't yet know and one is how advertisers are going to react come mid-January when the next season of the show premieres. They could very quietly pull their support and that would change the economics equation."