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7 Little Johnstons

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The Johnstons -- all seven -- of Forsyth, Ga., are the subjects of this reality-documentary series. The brood, TLC says, are "the world's largest known family of achondroplasia dwarfs." Achondroplasia is a genetic disorder of bone growth, but the series demonstrates that size only matters in the amount of love the Johnstons provide. Trent, a grounds supervisor at a local college, and housewife Amber have two biological children -- Jonah and Elizabeth -- while Anna, Alex and Emma were adopted from Russia, Korea and China, respectively. Episodes deal with everything from high-drama soccer tryouts to a disastrous attempt at a "birds and bees" discussion, all framed by the family tackling a massive renovation of their 6,000-square-foot, circa 1891 home.

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The Johnstons throw a Halloween party, but struggle to agree on a costume theme for all seven of them; a trip to a haunted house winds up being more frightening than some of the kids bargained for; stress takes a toll on Trent's health.
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Liz is excited for her junior prom; Trent and Amber test the waters on their own business with a booth at the local festival.
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Family therapy reveals that Emma has been relying on her parents and siblings to speak for her; the Johnstons vow that they will no longer come to Emma's rescue, so it's sink or swim when she has to give a speech in front of a huge crowd.
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Alex and Emma are both excited to attend their school's Valentine's Day dance; Anna has finally earned the privilege to drive alone; after months of tension, Amber's at her wit's end, so she and Trent make an appointment to see a therapist.
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Liz is feeling great after the end of her relationship last year; she's exercising, painting and has even signed up to race in a 5K with Emma and Anna; she also has a new love interest but is concerned about Trent and Amber's feelings.
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The Johnstons hit the Big Apple for vacation, seeing the sights and making a special trip to Coney Island to learn the history of sideshows; the family has strong feelings about the history and are shocked when they are invited to see a performance.
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Trent and Amber are celebrating their 20th anniversary by spending the night at a B&B and they leave Anna in charge; the family goes to a Bavarian-style village for a fun family weekend.
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The Johnstons take a family canoe trip and it's all fun and games until Trent is in danger of getting wet; Trent brings home a new kitten; the family suffers an unexpected tragedy.
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Emma is turning 13 years old and the family decides to celebrate with a day exploring her Chinese heritage.
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As Jonah becomes the first Johnston kid to graduate high school, Trent and Amber confront him about his disrespectful attitude.
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Liz tries to get over her first heartbreak by putting on her own art show; she clashes with her parents when they treat it more like an auction.
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Trent sets up a family beehive while Liz deals with the social media fallout from her recent breakup.
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The Johnstons go big for Christmas with a giant tree and an even bigger party for hundreds of little people; they work to pull everything together in time, before it all comes toppling down.
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After weeks of hotel living, the Johnstons finally move into their new house, but a home repair leads to a dangerous discovery that may have the family packing their bags before they can even settle in to their dream home.
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As their home is shown at an open house, the family heads to an amusement park where they're harassed and called the "M" word, and upon return, they discover their dream home has fallen through, leaving them unsure of where they will end up living.
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Trent teaches Anna how to drive to prepare for her license, but her behavior leaves Trent and Amber unsure of whether to trust her with the responsibility of driving; Trent and Amber shock the kids with a big announcement.
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Amber signs the family up for a charity bike ride; Liz takes her first steps out of her wheelchair, but pushes herself too far in trying to ride her new bike; Alex and Emma head to the orthodontist for braces.
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After yoga fails to inspire the family to get active, Amber and Trent get bikes for everyone, but Emma and Alex struggle without training wheels; Trent and Amber surprise the family with matching tattoos, but Jonah's not feeling them.
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Liz begins the tough road to recovery from her leg surgery; Amber tries to improve her real estate game with some help from Anna and Alex.
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The Johnston family throws a big bash to celebrate Jonah and Liz's birthdays, and Liz's friend James comes; the party acts as Liz's last hurrah before she gets leg surgery.
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The Johnstons need a break, so the family takes off for a tropical vacation in Puerto Rico; Amber and Trent deliberate whether they should add another member to the family.

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