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Talk about kid-tested: Jon and Kate Gosselin have their hands full raising twins Cara and Madelyn, not to mention their sextuplets, Alexis, Hannah, Aaden, Collin, Leah and Joel. This reality series follows the Gosselins through their crowded daily routines in southeastern Pennsylvania, routines that veered severely off course when the couple filed for divorce in June 2009.

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Jon and Kate address the ups and downs of the last few years and recent events in their lives; Kate and the children milk cows at a dairy farm; Jon and the children visit a firehouse.
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Kate shares newfound footage from the cutting room floor; the family decides to get passports for a big trip; Kate celebrates her 10th wedding anniversary with the children; Jon tries to train the dogs; Kate goes on the road for her book tour.
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Kate enrolls the children in gymnastics classes; Jon takes the children to a local minor league baseball game.
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Kate takes a stroll down memory lane as she counts down viewers' favorite moments from the show.
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Kate relives memories of the show and answers audience questions about her personal life and the future.
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Kate and the girls go on a trip to Florida and explore the world's largest butterfly house; Jon and the rest of the children launch water rockets.
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An expert helps guide Kate and the children in an attempt to organize the basement.
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Kate and the girls go for a carriage ride and visit a tearoom.
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Kate takes the children on a trip to visit an Amish farmer and friend who often supplies their family with fresh produce; after a fresh organic meal, it's time for a family game night.
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Kate stages a backyard movie night with the children; Jon teaches the children how to fish.
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Kate and the boys experience life on a real dude ranch; Jon and the girls play dress up at home.
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Kate takes the boys to explore the battleship USS North Carolina; Kate brings the boys to a barbershop for haircuts.
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While Jon oversees the installation of the new cabinets, Kate and the kids have fun in the sun at the beach; Kate sees the new cabinets and kitchen.
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Kate must figure out how to set up multiple tents and start a campfire so the kids can sleep under the stars.
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The thought of doing dishes in the bathtub while the kitchen is renovated proves to be too much for Kate, so she takes the kids to the beach.
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After much discussion, Jon and Kate are ready to make an announcement about the future; changes at the Gosselin home include new playhouses for the children.
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The guys from Orange County Chopper come to the family's house to hang out and plan the design for Jon's custom chopper.
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Chef Emeril Lagasse visits the Gosselin home to give the entire family cooking lessons in celebration of their show's 100th episode; the children create a meal.
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Kate and Mady enjoy some relaxing mother-daughter time in San Diego while Jon stays home with the other seven children; one of the sextuplets must be rushed to the doctor.
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The eight children enlist help from professional baker Duff Goldman to create a special surprise for their mom Kate's birthday.
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Jon and Kate address what the future holds for their family; the sextuplets turn 5.

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