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The sextuplets and twins are growing, and so is Kate Gosselin. This series of specials showcases new adventures for the spotlight-loving mom and her eight kids, as she adjusts to being single and taking on a more exclusive role in the lives of her five girls and three boys.

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The Gosselins travel to Alabama to go to Space Camp; Kate and the kids explore NASA and become astronauts for the day.
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Competition, chaos and family fun abound when Kate and the kids take on archery tag, tubing and new puppies in the Poconos.
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Kate and some of the kids try deep sea fishing; Mady and Cara look up recipes for a healthy dinner; the little kids take their first trip to a water park.
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The sextuplets celebrate their 13th birthday, outdoor style, with the girls being pampered and the boys roughing it; Kate reflects on past birthdays and looks ahead to having eight teenagers under one roof.
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Spring break takes Kate and her eight to Vermont for a week on the slopes with skiing lessons and tubing, but a trip to the hospital makes for a wilder week; Kate agrees to ski, but fear takes over.
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The Gosselins invite their friends over for a Halloween party and turn their barn into a haunted house; Kate stresses about party planning, food prep and costumes while trying to deal with guests arriving before everything is ready.
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Mady hosts a family game show where Kate and the kids answer questions about past episodes and adventures.
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Kate allows Mady and Cara to plan their own sweet 16 party, and tensions run high; Kate finds the moment bittersweet, while the twins are just happy to be with their friends.
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Kate and the kids explore the Alabama beach shores during summer vacation, with kayaking, parasailing and a family Segway tour; back at home, the family trains their adorable puppies.
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The Gosselins enjoy the food and culture of New Orleans while also learning some Southern etiquette along the way.
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Kate creates a scavenger hunt for the sextuplets' 12th birthday, and the boys and girls split into teams to find clues.
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Kate sits down to watch clips from previous seasons and gives advice to her younger, less experienced self; behind the scenes information and telling all about cringe-worthy moments.
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Deana sets Kate up on a blind date, which includes a fancy dinner, good conversation, and an exciting helicopter ride; Mady and Cara help keep the little kids busy at home.
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The family prepares for the kids to go back to school; Kate takes the kids shopping and they all work together on one more summer project.
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Kate's dream of building a new deck finally comes true, and the family throws a party to celebrate; Kate and the girls enjoy a spa day; the boys learn magic tricks.
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The Gosselin's take on landscaping, and after working hard, they take time for lemonade, yoga and an unexpected burial.
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Kate takes Mady antiquing to find some vintage deals; the whole family goes to an animal show; the kids compete in a culinary cook-off.
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The Gosselins head to Florida for some beach time, and Kate cooks the family a traditional Korean BBQ dinner.
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The sextuplets turn 11 and Kate throws a so-called progressive birthday party with roller-skating, pizza, cake, presents, and a sleepover.
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The family celebrates Kate's 40th birthday in Cancun, Mexico; sun activities, cultural adventures and a special birthday bash.
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The children cook up a secret Mother's Day breakfast for Kate; meanwhile, Kate looks back on her journey through motherhood.

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