Twins At Sixteen
Average-height Jeremy and little person Zach are planning a beach trip with several of their close friends for their 16th birthday. Meanwhile, when Jacob acts up in front of his dad, Matt and Amy realize he needs some extra attention.
It's Mother's Day, and the Roloff kids present handmade cards to Amy at a nice brunch. Matt is worried that his gift -- a professional organizer to make over the pantry and laundry room -- might upset Amy, who admits she doesn't keep the tidiest house.
The Greenhouse Effect
This year's peach crop isn't panning out for Roloff Farms, so Matt refocuses his efforts on pumpkins. Matt hires the twins and their buddies to plant the seedlings, but the project is in jeopardy when the boys go on strike for higher wages.
Get Out Of Town
Matt returns home from a business trip to find that no one is ready for their upcoming trip to Hawaii. He pushes the family to prepare for the vacation but only succeeds in creating tension and stress. They get on the plane in the nick of time.
Roloffs In Paradise
In Maui, Hawaii, Amy has trouble adjusting to being pampered, but the Roloff kids have no problem enjoying themselves in the water. Matt challenges Zach to overcome his fear of surfing. Zach ultimately rides waves with Amy and his siblings.
The Roloffs' Hawaiian vacation is scheduled down to the last minute with an outrigger canoeing adventure, a snorkeling trip and a zip-line tour, on which Matt overcomes his fear of heights to soar over Maui's forest canyons.
Road to the DAAA
Conflict erupts when Matt tries to help Zach put together a soccer team for the Dwarf Athletic Association of America Games. While Zach nurses a leg injury that jeopardizes his team, his Little Person friend Casey gives it her all in the swimming event.
The Dwarf Athletic Games are in full swing and Zach has the chance to compete with people his own size. He's put together his own soccer team to try to beat the mighty LA Breakers, led by "Pirates of the Caribbean" star Marty Klebba.
Little Fort, Big Deck
The Roloff home remodel is still unfinished, so Matt brings in the pros to build a new deck. Meanwhile the Roloff kids embark on a project of their own: making a new tree fort. The boys' fort project gets shut down when Jacob steps on a rusty nail.
All Decked Out
Determined to put on the finishing touches and beat the failed inspection of their deck by city hall, Matt devises a crafty solution to their problem as the Roloffs equip the deck with new furniture and a low-height grill.
While Amy's Away...
While Amy is away for a weekend reunion with her two sisters in San Francisco, Matt makes a long-awaited purchase -- a vintage VW Bug -- and decides to repaint the house. Then he wonders how he'll keep Amy from getting upset.
Zip To My Lu
Inspired by his zipline experience in Hawaii, Matt sets out to build the biggest and best zipline on the west coast, but he soon wonders if he has bitten off more than he can chew.
A Roloff Thanksgiving: Part One
Matt and Amy Roloff are planning a Thanksgiving to remember, inviting every member of both their families, but when Matt decides to tear out the entire living room floor, the Roloffs find themselves in a last-minute remodeling nightmare.
A Roloff Thanksgiving: Part Two
It's Thanksgiving on Roloff Farms, and Matt is eager to show off the farm to the nearly 30 family members who've come, many of whom have never seen it. A family photo session runs long, causing turkey trouble in the kitchen.
A Whole Lotta Little
Matt and Zach attend the Little People of America National Conference. Matt connects with old and new friends while Zach and his LP friends stay up all night and play football in the hotel halls.
A Big Little Conference
Amy and the rest of the Roloff kids arrive at the Little People of America national conference. Zach has a consultation there with an orthopedic surgeon, who recommends he have surgery soon to help his increasingly painful leg problems.
A Twin Experience
Zach travels to Pasadena, California to visit his LP twin buddies Jeff and Eric Manuel. Then, Jeremy goes to a pro soccer game in Seattle and gets some professional advice from MLS star Freddie Adu before his tryout for the Olympic Development Program.
Little Farm, Big Apple
Matt travels to New York City for a meeting with an LP hotel executive about getting his accessibility stool kits into national chains. On the farm, the twins relaunch construction of their fort, until a runaway tractor incident slows them down.
Mad About Mules
Matt threatens to quit his job because the kids are out of control when he's away. Jeremy and Zach break Matt's new Mule and Jacob gets in hot water when Amy learns that he has smashed a bunch of light bulbs in the barn.
Another corporate picnic is coming to Roloff Farms. Matt and Amy have a few chores for the Roloff twins to do, but their laziness and mischief get them grounded, and in turn, they are assigned a lot of extra work.
Matt on a Mission
Matt's new organization, CoDA (Coalition for Dwarf Advocacy), gets its first mission -- to assist in a dwarf adoption -- and its first success when Chance, a 5-year-old LP child, leaves the hospital with his new average-height adoptive parents.
Roloff Farms' pumpkin season gets off to an overwhelming start, and unforeseen problems force Matt to temporarily shut the farm down. Matt celebrates his 45th birthday with much fanfare, including a surprise visit from a state senator.
It's the last weekend of pumpkin season. Jacob and Mike are launching pumpkins with the trebuchet when something goes terribly wrong. The medieval catapult misfires, seriously injuring Mike and Jacob and sending them both to the hospital.
Jacob and Mike are treated at the hospital for their traumatic injuries. While Jacob goes into surgery, Amy holds vigil at the hospital. Matt holds down the fort at home, fielding endless calls from the local media interested in the bizarre accident.
In light of the dangerous trebuchet accident, Matt decides to order a professional safety inspection of the entire farm. Meanwhile, Matt and Amy revisit familiar arguments over finances, and Amy struggles to impart the value of a dollar to the kids.
While Matt's Away
Before heading to Florida for a convention, Matt plots a surprise birthday party for Amy and Molly. He gives the twins money and asks them to get everything ready in time for his return, but he worries that they might not come through.
Big Matt on Campus
Jeremy's lackluster performance in school gets Matt and Amy thinking about his academic future. When Matt makes a motivational speech at a Pennsylvania college, he uses the opportunity to put in a plug for his C-student son.
Drive Me Crazy
The twins are 16 and old enough to get their driver's licenses. Jeremy must wait until his grades improve, however, while Zach, who's still shaky behind the wheel, takes driving lessons. Meanwhile, Matt races his VW bug at a local drag strip.
The Twins' Big Play
After sitting out last season, Zach gives high-school soccer another shot, but he struggles to win the respect of his team. Jeremy is crushed when he fails to make the Olympic Development soccer team, while the twins' team has a shot at the playoffs.
Of Moles and Men
When Matt offers a $100 bounty for the capture of a particularly bothersome mole, Jeremy's efforts to trap the rodent kick into high gear. Meanwhile, Jacob's increasingly stinky feet can no longer be ignored, and Matt applies his own secret foot powder.
Men's Crisis Center
Matt turns a barn into a Men's Crisis Center where he can hang out with his sons, safe from female criticism. In the midst of the project, Matt discovers his childhood diary, and Jacob has the ultimate camp out on the farm, complete with an apple war!
Matt hatches a scheme to raise cash by having truckloads of soil dumped on the farm, but an all-day caravan of dust and noise has Amy outraged. Still, when Matt shares his grand plan for the farm, Amy can't help but admire his outsized passion and vision.
Jacob's Got Game
Twins Jeremy and Zach do their best to teach soccer to their kid brother, but Jacob's temper gets in the way. Amy is concerned about Jacob's casual attitude toward his schoolwork. Meanwhile, Matt and Jeremy take the family dog to the vet.
Amy's Work Is Never Done
While Amy is busy juggling her kids' events, working two jobs and doing her chores at home, she is suddenly taxed with finding host families for three visiting soccer coaches. Meanwhile, Matt impulsively decides to clean the house from top to bottom.
Zach's New Ride
Zach has trouble keeping up when he and his much-taller twin brother Jeremy ride their bikes. Zach hits the jackpot, however, when his father gets a team of designers and welders to build him a Little People-friendly bike, which helps Zach ride faster.
Halloween Harvest Hustle
With just one week before Halloween, Matt decides to throw an impromptu Harvest Party to promote his pumpkin business. When he tries to enlist the Roloff kids' support for the idea, Zach storms off, annoyed by Matt's haphazard, last-minute planning.
The Storm Before the Storm
Amy takes Zach to Oakland, California, for a consultation with a surgeon who will perform the operation to correct his bowed legs. They return home just before a powerful storm hits, causing destruction and a blackout on the farm.
After a quick Christmas celebration, the family departs for Oakland, California, for Zach's leg surgery. Matt, who went through countless surgeries himself, tries to reassure an increasingly anxious Zach.
A Little Surgery
The whole family, including Grandpa Ron and Grandma Peg, is in Oakland, California, for Zach's leg surgery. Zach faces the operation with courage, but no one can prepare him for the pain he feels after the surgery.
Marty Comes to Town
Zach is home with a cast up to his hip, and everyone chips in as he adjusts to his wheelchair, walker and crutches. Meanwhile, Matt's actor buddy, Marty Klebba, swings by the farm to lift Zach's spirits and winds up in a wrestling match with Amy.
Room for Improvement
Matt decides to tackle the biggest problem in the Roloff house: his children's messy bedrooms. When a dumpster arrives in the driveway, Matt instructs the kids to empty their rooms into it. A lackluster response leaves Matt wondering how to inspire them.
Jake Turns Ten
As Jake's 10th birthday approaches, Matt orchestrates a major remodeling of the kids' bedrooms without much help from his sons. In an effort to motivate Jake, Matt enlists a family friend to give Jake's room a galactic glow-in-the-dark paint job.
Roloffs in the Snow
Still in a cast from his leg surgery, Zach is stuck inside while his siblings play in the biggest snowstorm to hit the farm in 20 years! With the high school dance just around the corner, Zach is afraid he'll be stuck on the sidelines in a wheelchair.
A Tale of Two Trips
After months of recovery, Zach returns to California to have his cast removed and to learn if his bowed leg was successfully straightened. Meanwhile, Matt encourages Molly's growing interest in geography with a visit to Rand McNally in Irvine, California.
Too Fast Too Soon
Zach's recovery from leg surgery is progressing as slowly as the remodeling of the kids' bedrooms. When the cast comes off, and Zach tries to ride his bike, kick a soccer ball and run around too soon, he stands to lose more ground than he's gained.
Matt and Amy have two different approaches to try and get Jeremy to keep up with his schoolwork. Matt offers an incentive, but he soon realizes that it will take a lot more than an old, beat-up '68 Camaro to get Jeremy going.
Matt is trying to juggle bulldozing a new pumpkin patch parking lot, repairing the Old West Town church, and finishing Molly's Castle. On top of all that, Matt works to complete the Men's Crisis Center.
Big Deal, Big Deadline
After trying to step to the top of an ordinary plastic stool and crashing to the floor, Matt is determined to get his custom-made stool kits into hotels. He meets resistance from one particular hotel company, which mobilizes him to redouble his efforts.
Viva Little Vegas
With the Roloff room remodel nearly complete, Jeremy makes a deal with his parents to help finish the project. Meanwhile, Amy's alma mater, Central Michigan University, invites her to give a speech to the student body.
Amy's College Homecoming
With all the chaos on Roloff Farms, Amy can hardly find time to prepare for her upcoming motivational speech at Central Michigan University. Amy heads to Michigan feeling unprepared, but her arrival on campus triggers a flood of inspirational memories.
Rollofs & Rollercoasters
Matt takes the family to Knott's Berry Farm, the theme park that inspired many of the farm attractions. Zach's mood turns sour when his shunt prevents him from riding some of the shakier rides, but that doesn't stop the rest of the family from having fun.
Zach Doesn't Dance
Matt, Amy, Jacob, Molly and Zach go to a LPA Conference in Phoenix. Molly surprises everyone when she gets all dolled up for the LPA dance. Back at home, Matt surprises the kids with a rented RV and plans for a road trip to Yosemite and the Grand Canyon.
Twins at Seventeen
Both twins finish their school year on shaky academic ground -- and twin Fs in math mean they'll both be spending time in summer school.
Roloff Road Trip: Yosemite
The Roloff family kicks off their over-ambitious road trip in an oversized RV. They've barely left their driveway when the trouble begins.
Roloff Road Trip: Grand Canyon
On the second leg of the Roloffs' RV journey, Amy and the kids question Matt's trip-planning wisdom during a scorching trek through the 128-degree heat of Death Valley.
Roloffs & Red Rocks
On the third leg of their RV odyssey, the differences between the Roloff boys and girls are in stark relief. Amy and Molly spend a peaceful day in Sedona, Arizona, while Matt and his rowdy sons get their kicks along a stretch of old Route 66.
The conclusion to the sprawling Roloff road trip finds the family retracing their roots in California.
Garden Up, Barn Down
It's planting season, and farmer Matt leads the charge to get this year's pumpkin and corn crops in the ground while Amy, Molly and Grandma Peg plant a family vegetable garden.
DAAA Games: Amy vs. Zach
A few months after major leg surgery, Zach feels recovered enough to compete in the Dwarf Athletic Association of America Games.
The Rematch: Marty vs. Zach
After his long recovery from leg surgery, Zach is back in action and ready to face his soccer rivals.
Kicking Into Gear
For the first time in his life, Matt customizes a car -- his red VW Bug -- to fit him perfectly.
Jeremy Gets Swamped
Jeremy, Zach and their pals push to finish building a "Swamp Fort" in the woods on the farm. Torn between Kirsten and his buddies, Jeremy does his best to finish the fort and throw a birthday party for Kirsten.
Little People Weekend
Zach invites three of his dwarf buddies to Roloff Farms for a weekend of paintball, horseplay and sports.
A Little Competition
The LP weekend continues as Zach and his three dwarf buddies wage an all-out paintball war with Jeremy and his average-height friends.
Matt is set to give a motivational speech in Paducah, Kentucky, a town steeped in Civil War history, so he decides to bring history buffs Zach and Molly along.
Passport to the Bahamas
The Roloffs scramble to get their passports in time for their family vacation to the Bahamas, which kicks off with a sailing excursion.
Roloffs on the Water
With the Roloffs' Bahamas trip underway, Jeremy discovers he has a knack for sailing.
Roloffs on the Beach
As their Abacos vacation draws to a close, the Roloffs really connect with Bahamian culture.
A Matter of Matt's Health
Matt goes to the doctor for the first time in years and discovers that his health is in serious jeopardy.
In Too Deep
After his doctors recommend swimming as a good way to improve his failing health, Matt decides to fulfill a longtime Roloff wish to build a family pool.
In the Swim
Matt promises that the Roloffs' new swimming pool will be completed in time for Molly's upcoming birthday party. With much of the project still unfinished, Jacob suffers another head injury, sending him back to the hospital.
License to Drive
The twins take the final tests for their driver's licenses. Jeremy approaches his test with confidence, but Zach is typically less certain. With both of her sons becoming drivers, Amy must come to terms with Zach and Jeremy's increasing independence.
Before the Trial
It's a tense time for the Roloff family as Matt goes to court to learn the date of his upcoming DUI trial. Matt works with Amy to prepare his defense, but a meeting with his trial attorney reminds Matt that going to trial is a roll of the dice.
Matt on Trial
Matt's DUI trial begins and the prosecution presents its case. When the arresting officer testifies against him, Matt grows increasingly concerned about his chances with the jury. Tension mounts as Matt prepares to take the stand.
With wife Amy in the courtroom for support, it's Matt Roloff's turn on the stand in his DUI trial. Matt's lawyer lays out the defense, and the prosecution's cross-examination is intense. Matt and Amy have high hopes for a not guilty verdict.
Matt arranges a surprise dinner for Amy to mark their 20th wedding anniversary. Meanwhile, Jeremy and Kirsten celebrate their first year together, and Zach is in the early stages of his first romantic relationship with an average-height girl named Dani.
Matt and his artist buddy, Sven, plan to build a sawmill with a working waterwheel. When Matt leaves Sven in charge of preparing the farm's attractions for a corporate party, however, Sven has his own ideas about what's important, and tensions rise.
Always looking to improve the attractions on Roloff Farms, Matt decides it's time to revamp his old "Indian Village." Rather than embark on another trial-and-error, do-it-yourself project, Matt chooses to bring in a local American Indian tribe.
Pumpkin Season Shove-Off
Due to a scheduling snafu, Matt and Amy are set to go on a little people cruise during the critical first week of pumpkin season. Tensions are rising as the family scrambles to prepare before Matt and Amy leave.
Cruisin' for a Bruisin'
With Matt and Amy away on a little people cruise off Mexico, pumpkin season at Roloff Farms in is chaos. Matt's substitute manager, Becky, clashes with Grandma Peg, and long lines, confusion and foul weather push the whole operation to its limits.
A record-breaking Roloff pumpkin season requires all hands on deck, so when Molly shows up late for work with a bad attitude, Matt and Amy cut her no slack.
Trebuchet Take Two
As Halloween approaches, Matt, Jacob and Mike D. work to build a safer, stronger trebuchet. Ironically, both Mike D. and Jacob are injured on the one-year anniversary of the original trebuchet accident that sent them both to the hospital.
Girls and Boys
Amy takes Molly on a tour of Victoria, British Columbia, for some mother-daughter bonding and a little whale watching. Meanwhile, Zach goes on his first real date with Dani, an average-height girl.
Jeremy is repeatedly late for school and has his driving privileges revoked. Meanwhile, both he and Zach get into hot water over poor grades.
Concerned about their consistently poor grades, Matt and Amy enroll twins Zach and Jeremy in Sylvan Learning Center, where their studies get off to a rough start. Meanwhile, Jeremy displays his engineering aptitude by building a working hovercraft.
Matt and Amy's Little Person friend Rob Haines prepares to undergo a risky surgery to correct a dwarfism-related spinal issue. Once Rob is out of the operating room, Matt visits him as he recovers in California.
Roloffs Reach Out
Matt and his friend Connie, also a dwarf, participate in a high-school project designed to create community LP awareness. Jeremy, Zach, his average-height girlfriend, Dani, and their friends join a relief effort to assist families hit by a recent flood.
Matt embarks on an ambitious remodel of the Roloff house that soon proves well beyond his abilities to manage. With an architect and a general contractor already on the payroll, Amy wonders how they'll be able to pay for it all.
Point of No Return
What began as adding a garage has turned into doubling the size of the Roloff house. The family's excitement about the extra space turns to dread when they realize that they'll all be living together in the den until the remodel is finished.
A Formal First
Zach invites Dani, his first average-height date, to his high school winter formal dance. Jeremy takes girlfriend Kirsten, and the rest of the gang join them for a fun evening. Meanwhile, Amy departs for a motivational speech at a college in Iowa.
Amy is in Iowa where she gives a motivational speech at Cornell College. Before the big speech, she enjoys some winter fun with students. Meanwhile, Matt plods ahead with his ever-expanding home remodel.
With continual modifications and upgrades, Matt's home renovation is out of control. Amy and the kids complain that their home is increasingly unlivable, and when Matt realizes he's run out of money, everyone wonders if the addition will ever get done.
Matt Roloff shows his kids what competition is all about as he challenges them to do battle with him in the board game Risk. Meanwhile, though not yet a licensed driver, Jeremy gets his vintage pickup truck ready for the day he can drive it on his own.
Girls, Girls, Girls
Zach is caught off guard when two female LP friends arrive unexpectedly on the farm. As he struggles to find things to do with them, it's clear that Zach is not quite a ladies' man. Amy takes Molly, Jacob and their friends to a blustery day at the beach.
Summer of '06
Even though the water's cold, Molly and Jacob can't resist jumping into their pool in the first days of summer, but soon their horseplay results in Jacob getting hurt. Infected with summer laziness, the rest of the kids are slow to help with chores.
Growing Up Molly
The colors of Molly begin to shine. She's independent -- ignoring the Roloff boys' soccer tradition, she begins another season of volleyball. She's motivating -- she convinces the rest of the family to help her study Russian and plant a vegetable garden.
The Boys of Summer
Along with their friends, twins Zach and Jeremy keep getting distracted as they struggle to complete their Swamp Fort. The project ultimately leads to an all-out paintball attack on the fort. Meanwhile, Matt installs an athletic court on the farm.
My Life as a Dog
Although he's often wimpy, needy and smelly, the Roloffs' bullmastiff dog, Rocky, is a much-loved member of the family. The Roloffs in turn each share special moments with Rocky -- and they all rally together with concern when he's injured.
Operation Iraq: Part 1
When Matt Roloff learns of dwarf children in Iraq who need medical intervention, he makes the difficult, dangerous journey into Baghdad to find the family, befriend them and get photos and x-rays to bring back to America for evaluation.
Operation Iraq: Part 2
When Matt Roloff learns of dwarf children in Iraq who need medical intervention, he makes the difficult, dangerous journey into Baghdad to find the family, befriend them and get photos and x-rays to bring back to America for evaluation.
The Heat Is On
After months of renovation, the Roloffs are remodel-weary -- especially now that it's winter. When Matt decides to "go green" and install a gigantic geothermal heat pump system, however, the whole family chips in to warm up their house again.
Molly puts her brothers to shame when she and her girlfriends are the first to spend the night out in the American Indian plank house. Zach and Jeremy organize a campout with their buddies but wind up worrying Amy when they don't return home on time.
Matt and Amy are invited to speak together at a corporate conference. When Matt falls ill, Amy wonders if she'll be able to handle more than her share of the speech. Back on the farm, the kids learn what it takes to manage daily life on their own.
Thanks to his work at Sylvan Learning Center, Zach's grades are dramatically improving. For extra credit in history class, Zach makes a Civil War movie with his friends, but he has to scramble when he realizes he hasn't written a part for his girlfriend.
Matt's Big Gamble
Matt ups the ante for his accessibility kit business, DAS, by taking Amy and a group of their little people friends to a Las Vegas hotel convention. Back at the farm, an overflowing toilet means chaos for the kids.
What Happens on the Farm…
While Matt and Amy are in Vegas having a blast with their little people friends, the Roloff kids are on their own. Although Jacob is being a pesky little brother, his twin brothers encourage him to grow up by taking him along for an adventurous hike.
What the Deck?
Matt takes the Roloff remodel outside and hires his old buddy Romi to build a new deck. Arguments with Amy flare up when Matt continues to make last-minute changes. Amid the construction chaos, Amy tries to focus on her preschool class graduation.
With money he's saved, Jeremy buys an old, broken-down car to fix up. After he and Zach are busted for off-road "mudding" with their cars and breaking state law by driving with an underage passenger, Matt and Amy suspend the twins' driving privileges.
Can't Win 'em All
When Zach and Jeremy's school soccer team goes on a losing streak, Matt and Amy struggle to teach the twins life lessons in responsibility and perseverance. On the sidelines, Amy's competitive nature erupts.
Keep It Together
The upheaval of the Roloff remodel is at an all-time high. As stress takes its toll on the family, Matt announces his plan to move his business office into the house -- adding to the chaos. Amy worries that she's lost control of her household.
After over six months of work, the latest Roloff remodel is in the final stages. Tired of the family living on top of one another in two rooms, Amy has run out of patience with Matt's additions and changes. Jeremy crashes into the new garage door.
Escape to Orlando
With the remodel finally behind them, the Roloffs go to Orlando, Florida, for a much-needed escape. Amy leads the charge to get the family into vacation mode, but it takes more than belly-dancing, alligator catching and grub-worm eating to loosen Zach up.
The Bug Is Back
Now that their old, yellow Volkswagen Beetle has been overhauled at a body shop, Matt takes Zach and Jeremy on a road trip to trailer it home. For Matt and his oldest sons, it's a journey of male bonding, discovery and discomfort.
Amy visits a little person friend in Napa, California, where she speaks at a local church group for Mother's Day. Back home, Matt tries to organize a big surprise for her: a gazebo built on her favorite spot on the farm.
Twins at Eighteen
Zach and Jeremy have reached adulthood -- sort of. They're 18, but they don't seem ready to leave the nest. Amy prepares a pool party for the twins, but when Matt drags his feet on getting the pool in working order, the whole party is put in jeopardy.
Big Sister, Little Brother
Amy joins her siblings in Taos, New Mexico, to celebrate her sister's birthday. They ride horses, raft whitewater rapids and experience a American Indian sweat lodge, but the fun grinds to a halt when the chaos at the farm finds its way back to Amy.
A Roloff Winterland Part 1
It's been over two years since both Matt and Amy's families got together, so they invite the Knights and the Roloffs to the farm for an early holiday celebration. Amy attempts to deck the halls and transform their home into a "Roloff Winterland."
A Roloff Winterland Part 2
Matt and Amy's families gather for their holiday celebration. Coordinating a meal for 25 guests is a lot to manage. The family get-together includes Matt's brother Sam (a little person), Amy's parents Gordon and Pat, and a guest appearance by Santa.
Friend of the Family
Family friend Mike Detjen is as involved with the Roloff family as he's ever been: building a new trebuchet and coaching the twins' soccer team. When a heart condition suddenly takes Mike's life, the family must face coping with the loss of their friend.
Death in the Family
In the aftermath of losing their dear friend Mike Detjen, the Roloff family recalls his special place in their lives. They prepare for his funeral and turn an already-planned housewarming party into an emotional get-together to honor his memory.
Back to Iraq: Part 1
Matt and an orthopedic surgeon return to the Middle East to perform leg-straightening operations on Ali and Bara'a, two of the dwarf children Matt met on his first trip to Iraq.
Back to Iraq: Part 2
Matt and an orthopedic surgeon return to the Middle East to perform leg-straightening operations on two of the dwarf children Matt met on his first trip to Iraq.
Matt and Amy's great expectations are realized when Molly is named valedictorian of her 8th grade class. Amy has her hands full, however, when Molly refuses to give a speech and picks a graduation dress that violates the school dress code.
Amy takes the kids to visit her family, the Knights, in Michigan. Amy's father, Gordon, takes his grandkids hiking in the woods, but the idyllic scene turns to chaos when Jacob gets a tick, and no one seems to know how to get rid of it.
Somewhere in Time
Amy and the kids continue their visit with her parents in Michigan. There, she takes the kids to see the house she grew up in. It's an emotional moment for Amy as she tearfully recalls her decision to leave Michigan to start a new life in Oregon.
Where It All Began
The Roloffs travel to the Little People of America National Conference in Detroit, Michigan. It was at this event 22 years ago that Matt met Amy at a Motor City Micronauts basketball game -- and Amy reunites the Micronauts for a celebration.
Here Come the Hogkillers
Zach and his dwarf athletic team, The Grasshogs, are favored to win this year's Dwarf Athletic Association of America (DAAA) soccer tournament. Zach must rise to the challenge in the championship match when the Grasshogs face a tough and talented team.
Roloffs on the River
Amy realizes a longtime dream by taking her family on a riverboat cruise on the Mississippi River. Matt rushes home to take care of some urgent farm matters, leaving Amy and the kids wondering if he'll make it back before before the trip is over.
All is not well now that Matt is aboard the riverboat with the rest of the family for their summer cruise. Matt just wants to relax and hang out on the boat while Amy pushes the family to seek new adventures and make the most out of every vacation moment.
With their riverboat cruise finished, Matt heads home, leaving Amy in charge for the final days of the Roloff summer vacation. She does her best to keep the kids happy on their road trip through the South to New Orleans.
Roloffs in Relief
After a long vacation, Amy wants the family to give something back. She and the kids head to Biloxi, Mississippi, where they learn firsthand how much work is still left to be done as they help build new houses and repair one damaged in the storm.
A Bridge Too Near
Matt embarks on his most ambitious farm attraction ever: a long, curvy bridge that slopes from the highest point on the farm down to the tree house. With all Matt's attention focused on the bridge, Amy worries that he'll forget their anniversary.
Who's In Charge
Now that the twins are 18, Matt and Amy finally feel they can take a trip and leave them in charge -- sort of. After giving the kids a long list of rules and stern warnings, Matt and Amy go to Hawaii with their friends Rob and Amy Haines.
Big Twins on Campus
Zach and Jeremy are having a hard time balancing their social life with academics in their senior year. The twins help pack the house when their buddy's band performs at a local coffee shop, but they can't seem to cram in enough study time for the SAT.
Driving Miss Molly
Upon turning 15, Molly focuses on getting her driver's permit. When a driving lesson from Jeremy ends with them running out of gas and a ride with Amy goes awry due to a near collision, Molly's driving career appears ill-fated. Will she pass the exam?
On the Road Again
The Roloffs recall their adventurous RV road trip from the Summer of '07, with never-before-seen moments and a new look at some of the trip's highlights, including an Old West gunfight, beach fun in San Diego, a pit stop and a scary fireside ghost story.
Jacob is excited when Amy takes him to Space Camp at the US Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama. Amy stays busy by touring local historic sites and learning about the contributions that Helen Keller and Rosa Parks made to our national legacy.
Of Mud and Management
The pumpkin season of 2007 was a stressful time on Roloff Farms. Matt and Amy went on vacation, missing the first week of business. Matt left an assistant in charge, but it didn't take long for the family to run afoul of their new boss.
Try, Try, Trebuchet
Still coping with the loss of his friend and business partner, Mike Detjen, Matt decides to complete their last big project together: the new and improved trebuchet. Matt hopes to finish it in honor of his late friend.
For Matt and Amy, Jacob has always been their most challenging child. Although he's a good student and soccer player, Jake acts out, sulks and annoys his siblings. When Jake uses profanity in front of Amy, she comes up with a creative way discipline him.
Biggest Season Ever?
Expecting to break every attendance record, Matt makes big investments in preparation for the new pumpkin season. When opening day brings just a handful of visitors, however, Matt wonders if he's made a huge mistake.
The Secret Lives of Teenage Twins
Back when the Roloff twins were still Juniors, they were all about having fun. Amy tries to instill some basic skills like cooking, but the twins are too busy thinking about dating, driving and getting tattoos.
The Tractor and the Tortoise
Pumpkin season gets underway, but when Zach has a near-catastrophic tractor accident on the same day that Jeremy is promoted to tractor supervisor, tensions build between the twins. Meanwhile, a giant tortoise named Ferdinand escapes the new petting zoo.
Memories of Iraq
Matt recalls his two trips to Iraq, where he and Dr. Hoffinger gave much-needed medical aid to an Iraqi family's dwarf children. The story continues as Matt interacts with soldiers, dines with a Sheikh and receives an honorary commission from the US Army.
Matt Maxed Out
This pumpkin season turns out to be the biggest ever for Roloff Farms. Facing capacity crowds, Matt tries to supervise his inexperienced staff and finds that his micro-managing only serves to create more stress for everyone -- especially him.
In the fall of 2005, the Roloff men went on a camping adventure in the Oregon wilderness, while Molly and Amy stayed home for some girl time. This fresh look at unseen moments recalls a time when life was simpler for the Roloffs.
King of His Castle?
Ten years after he began building Molly's Castle, Matt is dead set on completing what's become his most-drawn-out and costly farm attraction. Amy begrudgingly approves until Matt's budget on the project begins to swell.
Amy helps Molly get ready for her first high school formal dance, but it's a bittersweet experience because it's also Zach and Jeremy's last.
When Matt's doctor says he'll need major spine surgery within six months, he decides to start checking items off his bucket list. Against Amy's wishes, and despite his declining health, Matt takes Jeremy skiing.
Zach is in his final high school soccer season and, due to his dwarfism, this could be his last chance to play competitively in an average-height league. When poor grades get him benched, however, Zach must scramble to improve them before the season ends.
School of Hard Knocks
As the twins' senior year of high school flies by, it's clear that Zach and Jeremy are not ready for higher education. Amy takes them to tour a local college, but the boys are way behind the curve in applying and getting accepted to a university.
A House Divided
It's Matt against the whole family as Amy encourages the kids' desire to have their friends over in their newly remodeled home. The result is chaos and clutter. Matt fights back by organizing the jumbled mess in the basement, which Amy uses for storage.
Zach's First Stand
When Matt plans a Caribbean sailing vacation on a week that Amy can't get off work, the scheduling conflict divides the family. Upset that it won't be a true family vacation without his mom, Zach leads the charge to mutiny against his dad.
No, Matt Is an Island
Matt travels with Jeremy, Jacob, Papa Ron and two buddies to the beautiful British Virgin Islands for an adventurous sailboat cruise. Matt's increasing lack of mobility, however, leaves him on the sidelines while the others enjoy all the activities.
Texting 1, 2, 3
Jacob turns 12, and his parents give him a cell phone. When he racks up an outrageous bill -- with over 8,000 texts -- Matt and Amy doubt whether Jake is ready for the responsibility.
Zach takes the first step toward his aspiration of becoming a soccer coach when he leads Jacob's soccer camp. Taking control as coach proves to be a struggle, and Zach wonders if he's got what it takes.
Mother's Day weekend is also the twins' 19th birthday, and Matt shocks everyone by announcing that he's going to Hawaii -- alone. Feeling abandoned, Amy does her best to plan a fun camping trip for the kids.
Making the Grade
Molly risks losing her perfect 4.0 GPA when she fails a test. In an effort to master Spanish, she stops speaking English altogether. Meanwhile, the twins' visit to a local university seems pointless as their senior year grades continue to flounder.
It's a Roloff family first as Matt, Amy and all the kids rough it on a Utah dude ranch. Cattle-drives and a fun poker game add to the excitement, and everyone waits to see whether or not Matt will get on a horse.
With lots of dude ranch fun yet in store, Matt decides to leave the trip early. After Matt skips several activities, he goes home, leaving Amy to finish another vacation alone with the kids.
Amy on Her Own
Amy goes to Florida where she's the keynote speaker at a charity fundraiser and golf tournament. While she's there, she volunteers at a relief organization and has an inspiring visit to a children's home.
Matt escorts the Salman family out of Baghdad into Washington, DC, and on to Roloff Farms. The Iraqi family experiences a cultural whirlwind as they emigrate to America with the hope of finding freedom and getting life-saving surgeries for their children.
Married at Mid-Life
As Matt and Amy's relationship continues to deteriorate, Matt slips into mid-life crisis. His spending goes over the top and he buys two Mercedes sedans at a time when he's still paying off their big home remodel.
After months of increasing problems with his hearing, Zach learns he needs ear surgery. What begins as a short and simple procedure, however, becomes a lengthy reconstruction of Zach's eardrum.
Amy and Matt's families gather for the twins' pre-graduation party. Jeremy surprises everyone by making the honor roll. When Zach's report card includes a failing grade, however, no one knows whether he'll even be getting his diploma.
Pomp and Circumstance
It's a 19-year milestone as the Roloff twins graduate from high school. Despite being uncertain about what his future holds and just barely making the grade, Zach approaches this transition with maturity.
Twins Go Commando
After years of growing apart, twins Zach and Jeremy attempt to reconnect on their first trip to Europe. Backpacking in Scotland without the rest of the Roloff family proves to be tougher than they had imagined.
Only a few days into their European trip, twins Zach and Jeremy have lots of fun in London, but trouble awaits them in Amsterdam. Personalities clash, tensions rise, and a visit to the city's infamous red light district causes friction.
Amy, Molly and Jake fly off to Italy, but when Molly gets sick on the plane, it threatens to ruin their vacation before it begins. Meanwhile, traveling in Germany, Zach and Jeremy visit a small town and run head-on into the language barrier.
Brothers in Bavaria
Zach and Jeremy travel through Bavaria without a plan. After an awe-inspiring tram ride to Germany's tallest peak, an eye-opening tour of Dachau Concentration Camp moves them beyond words. Meanwhile, Amy, Molly and Jake journey from Rome to Pisa, Italy.
The Burgermeister's Daughter
After getting lost in a small town on the edge of the Black Forest, Zach and Jeremy are invited by the Mayor's daughter to stay overnight at her house. In Italy, Amy, Molly and Jake enjoy the sights from Florence to Venice.
Vive La Roloff
The Roloffs reunite in Nice, France, and journey north by train to Paris. Determined to show the family an amazing time in the City of Light, Matt overbooks their schedule, and Roloff chaos erupts on the streets of Paris.
Field of Schemes
Under the guise of preparing for an LP soccer camp, Matt goes on a project frenzy -- building a huge locker room and a mini Grand Canyon on the farm. Matt tries to sneak his schemes past Amy, who watches him like a hawk.
War of the World Games
Matt appoints himself the manager of Zach's soccer team for the upcoming World Dwarf Games. Tension builds when Matt and Amy disagree about team sponsorship, jeopardizing her position as a Dwarf Athletic Association board member.
As Zach's LP soccer team gathers at Roloff Farms to train for the World Dwarf Games in Belfast, Nothern Ireland, Matt and Amy get their wires crossed over the training agenda. Zach is stunned when Matt announces he won't be traveling with the team.
Belfast and Furious
Matt skips the opening days of the World Dwarf Games, and Amy must scramble to get everyone registered to compete in the events. Juggling the roles of coach, player, manager and mom pushes Amy to her limits.
Full Court Stress
Zach's LP team, the Statesmen, vies for a gold medal in basketball at the World Dwarf Games. When teammate Marty Klebba is rushed to the hospital with a health scare, however, the Statesmen's shot at glory is at risk.
Going for Gold
Zach struggles to get his LP team, the Statesmen, focused on victory in the soccer tournament at the World Dwarf Games. In an intense final match, the team's gold medal hopes rest on Zach in a dramatic penalty kick shootout.
Par for the Course
Amy decides to organize a major golf tournament fundraiser for the Dwarf Athletic Association and tackles learning to play golf herself. Meanwhile, Matt takes advantage of a distracted Amy and begins yet another costly farm project: a giant woodshed.
Going, Going, Gone
Amy embarks on a massive fundraising venture to raise money for dwarf athletics. The project turns out to be the biggest challenge of her life, as logistical nightmares and personal meltdowns push Amy's leadership skills to the limit.
In the Hole
With her golf tournament fundraiser facing financial failure, Amy struggles to balance being a philanthropist, wife and mom -- especially when she's distracted by things that keep falling through the cracks at home.
Matt holds a "Fort-A-Thon" at the farm for disadvantaged children. He also hopes to inspire his own kids to get off the couch, get outside and make something happen -- which turns out to be a tougher sell than he expected.
Molly's Sweet Sixteen
Matt and Amy plan separate celebrations for their driver-to-be daughter, Molly. While academics are smooth sailing for Molly, passing her driving test is a rocky road.
Dwarfs in Space
Zach and Amy kick off the first ever LP Space Camp. Zach has trouble embracing a leadership role, while Amy realizes they're creating opportunities for little people from all walks of life.
Clash with the County
When the county springs a surprise inspection, the future of Roloff Farms is threatened. Matt scrambles to spruce up his attractions, but the county inspector threatens to shut down the farm before pumpkin season even starts.
With the twins' freshman year of college off to a slow start, Matt and Amy are concerned about their lack of motivation. Matt looks to teach the twins a lesson by turning the management of Roloff Farms over to them at the height of pumpkin season.
Little Pain, Little Gain
As Matt recovers from a vertigo collapse, he realizes that he's got to do something about his health before it's too late. Alarmed by Matt's scare, Amy gets herself checked out and discovers that she's clinically obese.
Everything Must Go!
The Roloffs have reached max capacity -- there is literally no place left to store their junk. Matt decides to have a big Roloff garage sale, but he is met with resistance by the whole family.
All Talked Out
Matt and Amy's hectic public speaking schedules take their toll on the family. The Roloffs are used to Matt being gone, but when Amy's travel takes her away for weeks at a time, it throws the family out of whack.
On the Road with Matt and Zach
Zach and Matt have their differences -- and that's putting it mildly. Matt realizes it's time to reconcile with Zach, so he takes him on a road trip. Will father and son find enough common ground to mend their broken relationship?
The Roloff boys go camping with their buddies, but mishaps with a snow-in and a gasoline fire throw their trip into chaos. Meanwhile, the Roloff ladies hit the Oregon coast and battle broken cameras and seasickness.
Zach Rides On
Now 20 years old, Zach struggles with issues like getting a job and buying a car. When he is presented with an offer to portray a leprechaun, it causes him to address his dwarfism in new ways. It's a stressful time as Zach makes important decisions.
Feeding his Hollywood dreams, Matt organizes a local cast and crew -- including Jeremy -- and attempts to make a movie about a spooky pumpkin farm.
When Matt tries to "help" Jeremy and Amy on a couple of their projects, he's met with a mountain of resistance.
Rocky's Last Stand
As their lovable dog Rocky faces a health crisis, the Roloffs worry that they might be forced to say goodbye to him sooner than they expected. Meanwhile, Rocky has his hands full with the Roloff cats when they move in on his turf.
Matt pulls off a minor logistical miracle transporting an oversized replica of Noah's Ark to the farm. Amy is dead-set against it, but when a government official trespasses to investigate the giant attraction, she defends the project and her property.
Get Off My Turf
Amy and Matt butt heads over the spot where she's planting her garden, and a turf war ensues. Meanwhile, Matt believes bees are the keys to the success of this season's pumpkin crop.
Zach takes a dating class to help him learn how to break the ice with the opposite sex. Will he use his newfound skills to get a date? Meanwhile, the family wonders if Molly might be interested in a boy.
Take a Hike
Amy's quest to improve her health hits new heights when she trains hard for an adventurous hike up a mountain with her twin sons. Meanwhile, the whole family chips in to provide Jacob with a boost in confidence.
Amy in Command?
Amy hopes to guide her charity foundation to greatness, but when her board members find themselves at odds with one another, her leadership skills are called into question. Can she pull it together in time for this year's big fundraiser?
Little Brother, Big Sister
Inspired by his artistic uncle, Sam Roloff, Jeremy experiments with becoming a photographer. Meanwhile, Molly may have bitten off more than she can chew when she tries to balance schoolwork, a job, a college search and running a marathon.
Matt launches a bicycle donation program benefiting dwarf children while Amy, Zach and Jeremy journey to Haiti to provide relief for earthquake victims.
Ask the Roloffs: Farm Life
All six Roloffs come together to answer some frequently asked questions about their fun, chaotic life on the farm, highlighting their experiences across 229 episodes of the series.
Ask the Roloffs: One by One
Learn about each member of the Roloff family as they answer more viewer questions, focusing on their personal experiences over the past five years.
Twins at Twenty
The twins face challenges growing up when Zach puts off buying a new car and Jeremy has a tough time applying for a job.
While the twins explore moving into their own apartment, Matt and Amy re-evaluate their lives and seriously consider selling the farm.
Little People, Big World: Big Changes
The Roloffs are back, and after a tumultuous year, the family deals with a dramatic change as one of the twins finally moves off the farm and out of state. Meanwhile, Matt and Amy come to terms with the state of their marriage.
Little People, Big World: Holiday Surprise
As Matt is about to turn 50, he worries that his best days are behind him. A series of family surprises on his birthday, however, prove to him that the best in life is yet to come.
Little People, Big World: Zach's First Love
Zach is stuck in a rut and still living at home. Matt and Amy struggle to motivate him to move forward in life, but it's the arrival of a new girlfriend that changes Zach's life in immeasurable ways.
Little People, Big World: Battle for the Farm
Amy's dream of creating her own cookbook is about to be realized when Matt's dream of tripling the size of Roloff farms ignites a dramatic battle over the future of the farm.
Little People, Big World: Amy's 50th
The confluence of Amy's 50th birthday and Matt and Amy's 25th wedding anniversary inspires Matt to take Amy on an adventurous and romantic road trip to California. The couple re-traces their honeymoon steps in San Francisco, and Matt surprises Amy.
Little People, Big World: Down Under
With Jeremy away at school and Molly about to leave for college, the Roloffs embark on a once-in-a-lifetime trip to the land Down Under. It's an emotional journey when Zach brings his girlfriend and Jeremy returns to find the family has changed.
A New Chapter
To start their wedding business, the Roloffs find themselves racing the clock to completely refurbish several buildings and landscape a huge area for ceremonies in time for the summer wedding season.
A Matrimonial Mess
The Roloffs book their first wedding, and the whole family pitches in to try to make the event a success. Way behind schedule and dangerously over budget, Matt and Amy are desperate to finish construction on the new property any way they can.
Molly Moves Out
When Molly moves out, Amy takes her little girl off to college and leaves Matt to manage a wedding event. When the horse wranglers are late and Matt's farm manager drops the wedding cake, the day turns out to be anything but a fairy tale.
Big Wedding, Big Problems
Matt and Amy may have bitten off more than they can chew when they book a mega-sized wedding. When a thunderstorm brings a torrential downpour and sends everyone running, the Roloffs discover that the bigger the wedding, the bigger the problems.
Matt Versus the Volcano
The Roloffs pull out all the stops to transform the farm into a Hawaiian paradise for their final wedding of the season. Matt's obsession with creating a flaming volcano proves to be an explosive idea with Amy, and Zach announces a major life change.
Matt and Amy's 25th Anniversary
Matt and Amy decide to throw a big bash at the new wedding farm venue to celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary. The planning is anything but a party, however, when Matt and Amy find themselves at odds over every detail.
Little People, Big World: Conquering Mount St. Helens
With three of four kids out of the house, Amy is feeling restless and decides to take on the challenge of climbing Mount St. Helens. Meanwhile, Matt secretly builds Amy a schoolhouse as a special gift. It's apparent that neither has plans to slow down.
Little People, Big World: Separation Anxiety
With three of four kids out of the house, Matt and Amy have retreated into their own separate worlds. When attempts to refuel their marriage with date nights go especially sour, they find themselves questioning whether their relationship is worth saving.
Little People, Big World: Breaking Down the Walls
As the only kid still living at home, Jacob is the center of attention and doesn't like it. Matt wants help with a farm project, but Amy has other plans -- seeking a teaching job. Pursuing separate goals presents the Roloffs with unexpected challenges.
Little People, Big World: Welcome to the Jungle
After a long winter, Matt and Amy try to breathe new life into their relationship by embarking on a family trip to Costa Rica. The kids, though, have separate plans in mind. Sparks ignite, and one Roloff finds himself stumbling through the jungle alone.
Playing With Fire
For the first time in years, all four Roloff kids will be home for the summer. With wedding season fast approaching, the family wastes no time -- all chipping in to get the farm ready. Matt hatches a wild scheme, and the family is hit with tragic news.
Till Death Do Us Part
With the pressure of the first wedding weighing heavily, tensions between Matt and Amy rise. Matt's careless ways have complicated preparations, and as the bride arrives, the Roloffs are woefully unprepared. Meanwhile, Rocky's health continues to decline.
In hopes of recapturing the old Roloff Farms spirit and encouraging the kids to help out more, Matt decides to throw the first annual Family Game Day. There can only be one winner, however, and everyone's true competitive colors come out in full force!
Desperate for a bridal suite solution, Matt convinces Amy that a pre-fab home is the best option -- but getting the house in place and functioning by the next wedding proves disastrous! Zach adds to the tension, announcing that he wants to move back home.
A Bride and a Bulldozer
The third wedding of the season is a month away, and the Roloffs have grand plans to make it the dreamiest, most-magical ceremony yet! Matt and Amy hire an assistant, but she may do more harm than good, and their plans could literally come crashing down.
All Tangled Up
A job opportunity may mean big changes for Zach and Tori. When Zach looks for advice, Matt brags that he and Amy have worked well together this summer and suggests Zach take notice. Baffled, Zach challenges his parents to spend 24 hours tethered together!
Come Rain or Come Shine
The Roloffs need to prepare for pumpkin season, but with the last wedding of the summer still demanding their attention, the entire family is scrambling! Matt suffers from intense shoulder pain, and rain threatens to put a damper on the couple's big day.
Crossroads for the Roloffs
The Roloff family dynamic is changing. Jeremy and Molly return to school as Zach moves into a new house. Pumpkin season catastrophes push Matt and Amy to their limits, and, after 25 years of marriage, they question whether there's still a future together.
New Year, Big Changes
It's the holidays, and the Roloff kids are home to celebrate, but the family dynamic has changed dramatically. Matt has moved out of the main house and into the bridal suite, hoping the change will give him and Amy space to work through their issues.
It's springtime, and big changes are in bloom at the Roloff farm. Matt and Amy keep a united front at Jeremy's graduation, Amy seeks out a business venture of her own, and Jeremy decides to take his relationship with Audrey to the next level.
The Family That Plays Together, Stays Together
As plans for Jeremy and Audrey’s wedding start to ramp up, Matt and Amy are forced to confront their crumbling relationship head on. In an attempt to reconnect, the family embarks on a weekend ski trip to spend some much-needed quality time together.
Don't Rain on Our Parade
Hoping to bring in more business this pumpkin season, Matt and Amy invest in an elaborate float build to feature in their town parade. Later, with only a few months to go until their big day, Jeremy and Audrey find themselves knee-deep in wedding prep.
Another Roloff Pops the Question
With Jeremy's big day just months away, Operation Wedding Preparation is in full swing on the farm. Following in his twin's footsteps, Zach reveals he wants to marry the love of his life, girlfriend Tori, and he is ready to pop the question.
A Roloff Gets Married!
Jeremy and his bride-to-be, Audrey, feel equally nervous and excited as they complete the final details for their wedding. Meanwhile, Matt falls seriously ill, and everyone worries he will not be able to attend his son's big day.
Jeremy & Audrey's Journey to I Do
Jeremy and Audrey offer an intimate look into their relationship, from their first meeting up to the big wedding day. The entire Roloff family shares never-before-seen home movies and behind-the-scenes stories.
Wedding Prep and a Reality Check
With Zach and Tori's wedding just a few months away, the entire family comes together to help prepare the farm for the big day. Matt and Amy are still unsure what the future holds for their relationship, and youngest son Jacob makes a huge announcement.
Making Marital Moves
Zach visits Jeremy and Audrey in LA and learns about married life. Matt makes a surprising purchase to improve his health. Later, Zach and Tori put Matt up to the ultimate challenge: move the church to help set the scene for their dream wedding ceremony.
It's Not Easy Letting Go
Matt and Amy finally address the future of their marriage. Meanwhile, Amy takes on a DIY project with her friend Lisa to help embrace suddenly having an empty nest. Later, Zach asks Jeremy to play a very special role at his wedding.
Finding Our Way Back Home
Matt and Amy set aside their marital issues to launch the family's new salsa business. With the wedding only a few months away, Zach gets fitted for his custom suit, and Tori goes dress shopping with the girls. Later, Jeremy considers his future in LA.
Ready, Set, Mud Run!
The pressure is on for Zach and Tori as they continue planning for their wedding. Meanwhile, Amy feels the urge to give back in a big way by hosting a mud run charity event on the farm -- with or without Matt's help.
Gone with the Windmill
Matt and Jeremy take on one of their toughest construction projects yet: a windmill cocktail bar for Zach and Tori's wedding. Later, Amy and Matt take their salsa business to the next level by pitching their goods to a local grocery store.
Zach and Tori Tie the Knot
The wedding countdown is on, and everyone is feeling the heat. Jeremy stresses over his Best Man speech, while Amy and Molly hope to pull off a successful rehearsal dinner. As the big day arrives, a storm threatens to ruin Zach and Tori's dream ceremony.
A Bigger Conversation
In this exclusive two-hour special, the Roloff family sits down with NBC News correspondent Andrea Canning to share the incredible highs and heartbreaking lows from the most-recent season of Little People, Big World.
The Hamills Head to the Roloff Farm
The Roloffs welcome Our Little Family's Dan and Michelle Hamill and their three children to the farm. The Hamills get a taste of country life as they meet the animals, play in the farm's castle and even go on a treasure hunt!
When Matt's Away, Amy Will Play
Matt worries when Amy decides to throw an elaborate dinner party with her friends while he's out of town. Meanwhile, Zach and Tori visit Jeremy and Audrey's new home for the first time, and events take an unexpected turn.
Seeds of Change
It's the annual Pumpkin Festival, and Jeremy, Zach, Audrey and Tori are taking on larger roles. Even Amy has some tricks up her sleeve, unbeknownst to Matt. The kids fear that tension between their parents could escalate during such a crucial farm event.
A New Kind of Thanksgiving
Matt and Amy learn that they won't have Thanksgiving with their kids for the first time in 25 years! Will the kids rethink their plans and come together for a family celebration reminiscent of the old days? Or will Matt and Amy be facing a holiday alone?
A Roloff Winter Wonderland
Matt and Amy look for new holiday traditions as the kids make their own plans. Amy hosts a charity event on the farm and enlists the help of her family. Old habits die hard, and Matt has a top-secret project up his sleeve, while Amy is left in the dark.
Campfire Confessions and Salsa Lessons
Matt feels alone on the big farm and questions his success as a father. He wants to spend more time with the boys, and Zach proposes a boys' camping trip! With the boys away, the girls decide to play, and Amy tests her courage on the dance floor!
Marriage Do's & Don't's
With the upcoming finality of divorce, Matt and Amy are unsure how much longer they can work and live on the farm together, and they discuss the potential aftermath. Jeremy and Audrey work on a project close to their hearts: making marriage last forever.
Little People, Big Goals
Matt and Amy are on shaky ground after meeting with their divorce lawyers, but Matt thinks that more space might make it easier to co-exist peacefully on the farm. Zach finds a way to use his love of soccer to bring awareness to dwarf athletics.
Big Island or Bust!
Despite the looming divorce, Matt and Amy take the kids on a memorable trip to Hawaii to celebrate family. In the midst of parasailing and whale watching, however, tensions mount when the topic of divorce arises. Is Matt thinking about selling the farm?!
No Pain, No Gain
In the aftermath of the divorce, Amy explores her rebellious side by making a very permanent decision, and Matt copes with the divorce in his own transformative way. Meanwhile, Zach must enlist Jeremy's help when Sully's safety is threatened.
Getting Back on Track
The Roloffs feel the need for speed! When it's time to take the new mule out for a spin, however, the weather forecasts a recipe for disaster. Amy is stepping out on the singles scene for the first time and gets a new look guaranteed to attract attention!
Expect the Unexpected
As Matt's health deteriorates, he finds himself forced to undergo high-risk surgery involving his spine. Zach plans a surprise party for Tori's 25th birthday, but the covert operation is at risk when Jeremy accidentally spills the beans.
The Next Chapter
It's a busy time for the Roloffs despite Matt's surgery looming. Matt and Amy finalize their divorce. Molly graduates from college and makes a surprising announcement. Matt fearfully heads to LA for spinal surgery.
10 Big Years
It's the 10th anniversary celebration of Little People, Big World! From favorite moments and comical mishaps to difficult memories and everything in between, the Roloffs open up like never before and share what life in front of the camera is really like.
Gonna Be a Long Road
Matt enters the operating room for his risky spinal surgery, leaving Amy to manage Roloff Farms on her own. As the two struggle in their own worlds, the entire family faces another devastating blow they never saw coming.
Pumpkins in Jeopardy
Matt is home from the hospital, but his relief is short-lived as he discovers a problem on the farm that could destroy pumpkin season. Zach and Tori plan a fun wedding anniversary trip, and Amy takes a huge step forward when she attends a singles mixer.
Embrace the Booty
Amy continues to dive into the dating world and plans a pool party with single friends both old and new! Matt wants to install surveillance cameras around the farm, and the family wonders if everyone can come together peacefully for a game night.
What's a Lamping?
Amy pursues her longtime dream of opening a B&B on the farm. As it becomes a reality, however, things quickly spiral out of control. Matt's surgery propels him to pursue a dream of his own: writing an inspirational children's book.
Matt announces shocking plans to build a fully-equipped doomsday bunker, with space for the entire family! Crazy or not, the Roloffs band together to help him, but can they survive an overnight trial run locked together in close quarters?
Time to Go Wild
Amy shocks the kids when she heads out on a date with the new man in her life on a motorcycle! Meanwhile, Amy feels Matt's frivolous spending habits for farm toys are getting out of hand, and Zach takes on his biggest home improvement project yet.
Are You Dating?
Zach and Jeremy confront Amy about her dating life. Tired of his living situation, Matt dreams up something big for the farm while Amy plans a birthday boat ride with friends. Then, Jeremy surprises Audrey for their second anniversary.
Life's About To Change...
Matt has big plans for the future of the farm, but he'll need to get everyone on board. Amy gets cozy with Chris after a romantic date, and Zach and Tori deliver unforgettable news to the family.
Navigating Pregnant Life
It's a new era for the Roloffs. As the family learns the gender of Zach and Tori's baby, both Matt and Amy navigate romantic relationships post-divorce, while Jeremy and Audrey ponder where to put down roots. It's a time of big changes for everyone.
Twinning Through Life
Jeremy and Audrey surprise the family with big news! To escape home nesting renovations, Zach and Tori leave town for a "babymoon" weekend. Amy and Chris face a potential bump in their relationship during a getaway. Matt and Caryn balance dating and work.
Just Take It as It Comes
Amy struggles to define her relationship with Chris after six months together. Zach realizes he needs a new job to support his family, but he's skeptical when Matt offers a solution. Jeremy and Audrey are running out of time to make a big life decision.
All the Unknowns
Zach and Tori's vision of their family is forever changed by sudden tragedy and unexpected news. Jeremy and Audrey decide where they want to raise their family, and Amy is excited to take her first step toward financial independence from the farm.
It's a Little Awkward...
Jeremy and Audrey want a low-key gender reveal party, but family tensions may interfere. Zach's serious illness hits home all the hardships his child may face in the future. Amy pursues a different business venture, and Matt tackles a BIG project.
He'll Be Whoever He's Meant to Be
On the eve of their baby shower,Tori and Zach find out whether their son has dwarfism. Jeremy and Audrey face a new hurdle after finding their dream home. Matt helps with the nursery, and Amy and Chris have a serious talk about their size difference.
This Is Going to Be a Stressful Time
Despite their fears, Tori and Zach must face the reality that she may need a C-section. Jeremy and Audrey are nervous as they try to finalize the purchase of their dream home. Amy and Matt prepare to become grandparents in their own special ways.
When It Rains It Pours
With less than two weeks to go before their baby is born, Zach and Tori have scheduled their C-section, and the baby could come at any moment! Also, Zach's recent health episodes place added concern on the soon-to-be parents.
The Best Gift Ever
The countdown begins for the birth of Zach and Tori's baby! Jeremy and Audrey are stressed but happy to finish their big Portland move. Amy and Matt's separate romances continue to grow, but they are hopeful for a civil and fun future as co-grandparents.
Four Generations of Roloffs
While Zach and Tori navigate life as new parents to baby Jackson, Jeremy works hard to finish home renovations before Audrey gives birth. Tori plans a Father's Day party for all the Roloff dads, and Amy celebrates Zach's first Father's Day in her own way.
A Balancing Act
Amy is determined to balance family life with personal life as she throws Audrey a baby shower and also hosts a birthday party for Chris. Tori is nervous to parent alone when Zach must travel. Jeremy's nearly out of time to finish his home repairs.
The Butterflies Are Kicking In
Jeremy and Audrey feel overwhelmed now that their daughter is due in less than two weeks. Zach wants to remind Tori how important she is to him. Matt and Caryn head to the beach, while Amy and Chris celebrate one year together by taking a wild plunge!
Any Day Now
Jeremy and Audrey's daughter could be born any day, and Amy grapples with her decision to travel with Chris and risk missing the birth. Zach and Tori embark on their first family trip together. Matt gets serious about possibly moving away from the farm.
Trying Not to Freak Out
Audrey and Jeremy play a stressful waiting game when her due date passes. Amy and Chris return from their trip and attend a launch party for Matt's children's book, dedicated to Zach and Tori's son. Then, the family gets news about Baby Roloff number 2!
It's Been Pretty Tough
New parents Jeremy and Audrey are faced with very unexpected and emotional challenges. When Zach and Tori struggle to sleep train Jackson, Matt gets to work on a fun solution. Amy's birthday is coming up, but little does she know what's in store!
There's No Plan B
As Matt struggles to prepare for Pumpkin Season, Jeremy and Zach juggle their duties as fathers with their farm responsibilities. Tensions rise when Amy must negotiate selling her baked goods at the farm, and the new pirate ship may be a money pit.
A Learning Curve
As Pumpkin Season ends, Matt is helped by friend and Pirates of the Caribbean actor Martin Klebba. Amy and Caryn find themselves working together to plan a closing party. Jeremy and Audrey face a health scare. Zach and Tori try to have a date night.
A Lot to Think About
Matt and Caryn consider buying a vacation home in Arizona. Amy ponders her own future and if she will continue to live on the farm. Zach worries Jackson's 6-month checkup could uncover LP medical concerns. Jeremy and Audrey deal with a major disaster.
The Kid's Got More Bags Than We Do!
Matt makes strides in his plan to divest from the farm. While Zach and Tori and Jeremy and Audrey enjoy a beach adventure with their little ones, the brothers discuss what's next for their families and the farm. Amy makes up her mind about her own future.
Grandkids' First Christmas
It's Jackson and Ember's first Christmas! As Amy and Matt plan separate holiday parties, Amy hopes her kids will enjoy celebrating with Chris. At Matt and Caryn's party, he shares big news with Zach and Jeremy about the future of the farm.
Happy Birthday Jackson
Zach and Tori juggle Jackson's first birthday party and buying a new house. Matt presses Amy to make a decision about the farm. The Roloffs come together to celebrate Jackson's first birthday. Amy realizes she needs to move forward with her decision.
Welcome Home, Murphy!
As Zach and Tori prepare to welcome a new member to the family, they receive some concerning news from their realtor. After another disagreement with Amy, Matt makes a proposal to dissolve the Roloff Property LLC to separate the two properties.
The Other Side of the Farm
Matt and Amy spar over the future of the farm after Amy proposes a bold new path forward. As Zach and Tori struggle to sell their house, Jackson tries to take his first steps. Matt deals with a potentially life-threatening situation with Lucy.
Two Houses, Two Mortgages
With their home still unsold and bills mounting, Zach struggles to come up with the perfect low-cost anniversary surprise for Tori. When the guys crash the ladies' beach trip, Amy and Chris butt heads. Tempers flare between Matt and Amy.
Home Sweet Home
Amy is preparing for a family trip back to Michigan. Chris plans on coming and Amy is nervous to share details about her past. Zach and Tori rush to move out of their old house before the family trip. Matt is eager to get a decision out of Amy.
God Doesn't Make Mistakes
Amy, Chris and her kids are enjoying an old-fashioned Michigan summer on the lake to celebrate Amy's dad turning 90! Matt enjoys the peace and quiet of being alone on the farm but still anxiously awaits Amy's decision about the property.
A New House Hang
When Amy returns home from Michigan without a definitive farm decision a frustrated Matt considers all options. Now, finally moved into their dream home, Zach and Tori celebrate this momentous occasion by throwing a huge housewarming party.
Is This The End?
Matt faces his most stressful pumpkin season ever as he struggles to run it without Caryn by his side. When Chris gets a tractor lesson from Matt, Amy is forced to accept their growing friendship.
To Buy Out or Not to Buy Out
Matt and Caryn learn the art of compromise as they start to make their new life together in Arizona. Amy feels the pressure when Chris asks her why it's taking so long to make a decision on the farm. Zach learns he may need surgery on his back.
Whose Farm is it Anyway?
Zach faces his greatest fear when he gets injections for his back. Big changes are on the horizon for the Roloff family as Amy finally decides what she wants to do with the farm. Can Amy and Matt come to an amicable conclusion or is this the end?
Amy's Next Chapter
Roloff Farms is about to change forever. Amy prepares to move off the farm, but Matt worries it will be a slow departure. Zach and Tori are pregnant with a baby girl! As Amy searches for a new house, Chris reveals he has a big surprise in store for her.
If the Ring Fits...
Zach and Tori are rocked by news about their unborn daughter. Jackson tries to sleep in his own bed for the first time. Amy is frustrated by house shopping, and Chris takes another step toward popping the question to Amy.
Matt Roloff's Wall
Amy has big news on her house search but grapples with the reality of finally moving off the farm. Also, it's the end of an era as the treehouse has to come down. Then, Matt and Amy disagree on whether good fences make good neighbors.
Matt holds an auction to help clean up the farm. Amy's offer on a house is accepted, and she is a step closer to becoming a homeowner. Chris plans to surprise Amy at their anniversary dinner with a shocking question!
Engaged and Enraged
Amy and Chris are officially engaged and are over the moon! The nerves set in when it comes time for Amy to tell Matt that she's engaged. Zach is shocked about the news of his mom's engagement and can't believe that she forgot one single request.
The Last Dance
It's another pumpkin season at Roloff Farms, but when Amy decides to take a step back, the Roloffs realize it may never be the same again. Amy and Chris host a 1980s throwback prom, but Amy struggles when sad news upends her life.
Lilah's Big Debut
Zach and Tori make final preparations for baby Lilah's arrival, Matt and Caryn prepare to babysit Jackson, and Amy is in a cooking frenzy preparing meals for Tori's post-C-section recovery. Then, everyone scrambles when Tori goes into labor unexpectedly.
Who's Afraid of Baby Lilah?
Jackson meets baby Lilah, and everyone is surprised by his reaction. Tori struggles with her recovery from the C-section, while Matt and Caryn find new ways to entertain little Jackson. Then, Amy and Chris move one step closer to moving in together.
Champagne or Tissues
Matt offers Amy a new buyout offer for the farm, and she grapples with the emotional ties she still has to the place. Zach and Tori take Jackson and Lilah for a swim. The Tower of Terror gets demolished as one chapter of the farm comes to an end.
She Must Be a Gold Digger
Zach and Tori stress over medical issues their kids are facing, Matt worries about the fate of pumpkin season, and Chris drops a bomb that he isn't willing to move in with Amy yet.
Zach and Tori have concerns about Jackson's bowing legs. Chris tells Amy that she must make room for him in the house if she hopes to set a wedding date. Matt finishes his "treasure capsule" sandbox.
The Reason for the Madness
2020 brings challenges for the Roloffs that could derail pumpkin season. Matt hopes Zach can take on more duties, but they butt heads while trying to work together. Meanwhile, Amy struggles to deal with her new role as employee rather than owner.
Zach contemplates his future on the farm as pumpkin season comes to a close, and the parental roller coaster continues as he and Tori deal with Lilah's eye issue. Amy and Chris host soup night and share some big news, and Caryn also has big news to share!
Matt has planned a major surprise for the holiday party. Amy is feeling the pressure of planning a wedding with little time and while undecided on the venue. Zach and Tori fear there will be endless drama if Amy and Chris get married at Roloff Farms.
Can You Handle It?
Chris makes a major move as he and Amy finally make an important decision regarding their wedding. Zach and Tori celebrate the 10-year anniversary of their first date as Matt and Caryn babysit the kids.
A Very Chaotic Summer
Zach and Tori take Jackson on a playdate that spins out of control. Amy and Chris have decided to get married on Roloff Farms, but Matt and Chris' budding bromance may cause tension for Amy. Matt has big ideas for Caryn's new house.
What's Your Surprise?
It's Valentine's Day, and Chris and Amy reminisce about their relationship as they get closer to their wedding date. Matt makes a big mistake in readying the farm for Amy's summer wedding. Zach and Tori have a huge secret they're finally ready to share!
Are You Ready for This?
Tensions arise when Matt invites Amy and Chris over to Caryn's house. Amy and Chris butt heads when Chris decides he wants to be more in charge of the wedding prep. As Zach and Tori adjust to pregnant life again, Jackson struggles when he starts school.
Life Isn't Fair
Chris adjusts to a more chaotic living environment than he's used to but pushes back on aspects of the wedding planning, leaving Amy frustrated. Zach and Tori share devastating news that rocks the whole family.
About the Bride
Things get real when it's finally time for Amy to shop for a wedding dress! Matt preps for the big day while Amy's friends still worry that getting married on the farm may come with some unwanted surprises.
Are We Moving to the Farm?
The boys give Amy a hard time when Matt joins in on a farm scout with Chris and friends. It's the unveiling of the log cabin, and Matt invites the family to attend for campfire fun! Zach takes Jackson on his first farm camping trip.
Wedding planning gets real for Amy and Chris, but they may not be on the same page. Zach contemplates living on the farm and all that entails. Amy and Chris' housewarming party has some unexpected twists -- especially when Matt and Caryn show up.
The Roloff Crazy Train
Zach and Tori dream of raising their family on the farm, but negotiations with Matt take a turn for the worse, and the two parties are left at odds. Amy and Chris look forward to life as a married couple, but Zach reveals a shocking family decision.
Expect the unexpected when Amy and Chris invite Matt and Caryn to dinner. Caryn buys Matt a new contraption to help recharge their relationship. As Zach prepares to break a powerlifting record, injuries and weight issues threaten his goal.
Pumpkin season is underway, but with things still tense between Matt and Zach, Zach and Tori skip it to focus on their move and on Jackson, who needs surgery for his bowed legs. Also, Chris gets off to a rocky start as a wagon tour guide.
We're Gonna Pop Out That Baby
It's not all rainbows when Matt visits Zach's new home for the first time. Meanwhile, Amy babysits Jackson as Chris adjusts to being a grandparent, and the entire family prepares for Lilah's second birthday. Also, Zach and Tori have a big announcement.
Two Two Cute
Lilah's birthday brings friends and family together, but everyone struggles with the new normal for Christmas now that Zach and Tori live in Battle Ground, WA. Nerves run high as Jackson undergoes leg surgery, and his recovery takes longer than expected.
A Roloff Party-Off
As Jackson recovers from leg surgery, Zach, Tori and the kids celebrate the holidays in their own way. Amy and Matt throw separate holiday parties as the family tries to adjust to this new normal. A barn fire forces Matt to rethink his future on the farm.
My New Husband Helping My Ex...
Amy and Chris head to Arizona to visit Matt and Caryn! The fearsome foursome explore Sedona, go off-roading and get a little too close for comfort. Zach and Tori worry about getting Lilah to sleep in her big girl bed before baby number three arrives.
Break in the Matrix
Matt comes to a big decision about the farmhouse that is sure to create a stir in the family, and Tori has some exciting news to share with Zach. Amy and Chris visit Zach and Tori to see Zach's new sandbox.
Time for a New Chapter
As Matt prepares to put the farmhouse up for sale, Amy and Chris contemplate what it could mean for the entire Roloff family. Zach and Tori take Jackson and Lilah on separate playdates to enjoy some one-on-one time before the new baby arrives.
The Legacy of the Farm
Matt updates the family with news about Roloff Farms. When no one responds, Matt is left hoping that his relationship with Zach is not in jeopardy yet again. Amy confronts Matt about the conflict he's caused with the family.
Lucky Number Three!
Matt's decision to sell the farm continues to cause a rift in the family. Zach and Tori scramble to make it to the hospital when baby number three decides to come early! Tori worries how the kids will react to the new baby.
One Word Short of Saying the Right Thing
Zach, Tori and the kids adjust to life with a newborn. Chris comes to a revelation about his past decisions. Matt and Caryn open up to friends about their strained relationship with Zach and Tori.
We Feel Outnumbered!
An unfortunate interaction with Chris forces Amy to think about her past. Then, naughty secrets are revealed when Matt hosts a barbecue for old friends, and Zach and Tori find themselves at a crossroads with Matt and Caryn.
Matt and Caryn meet Josiah for the first time. Zach worries Jackson might lose his confidence once he realizes he's a little person. Matt gets news that will affect his future with Caryn.
Witous or Against Us
Zach and Tori's friends, the Witouses, visit them in Battle Ground, Washington. With the farm up for sale, Amy reassesses her involvement in pumpkin season. Zach and Tori face harsh truths about Jackson's future. Matt deals with a heartbreaking tragedy.
Amy throws a surprise party for Chris, but she worries whether she'll be able to keep him in the dark until the big day. Matt makes a trip to Battle Ground, Washington, and reflects on the importance of family after the loss of his father.
This Is a Problem in Our Marriage
Matt comes to a realization about his family when he spends time with his mother in Arizona. Josiah's sleep schedule puts a strain on Zach and Tori's marriage. Amy makes a decision about her involvement in pumpkin season.
It's Time for Plan B
Parental demands push Zach and Tori to the brink. As Zach removes himself from another pumpkin season, Matt approaches Amy and Chris for help. With the farm sale stalled, Matt considers a daring plan B.
Roloffs Don't Talk About Their Feelings
Amy and Chris have a serious discussion about growing their family while Zach and Tori hash out some relationship issues. Although he hasn't yet talked to the family about the idea, Matt dives into his alternative plan for the farmhouse.
You Have Got To Be High
The gates open for pumpkin season, and Matt wonders if the kids will come. Amy and Chris join Zach and family on an RV camping trip. Also, Matt shows Amy and Chris the refurbished farmhouse rental property, and he makes an announcement that stuns Amy.