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Matt and Amy Roloff, both 4 feet tall, face a variety of challenges in raising their four children: twins Jeremy and Zach, who is 2-feet shorter than his brother, and younger siblings Molly and Jacob, who like Jeremy are average height. The family's 34-acre Oregon farm serves as part playground and part moneymaker. As the series ages, Matt and Amy deal with personal strife, embrace their kids getting older and leading lives of their own, become grandparents, and attempt to keep Roloff Farms operational.

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Amy continues to dive into the dating world and plans a pool party with single friends; Matt wants to install surveillance cameras around the farm; the family tries to come together peacefully for a game night.
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Matt is home from the hospital, but his relief is short lived when he discovers a problem on the farm that could destroy pumpkin season; Zach and Tori plan a wedding anniversary trip; Amy takes a big step forward when she attends a singles mixer.
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Matt enters the operating room for his risky spinal surgery, leaving Amy to manage the farm on her own; the family faces another devastating blow they never saw coming.
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Matt must undergo high-risk surgery near his spine; Zach plans a surprise party for Tori's birthday, but Jeremy puts things at risk when he accidentally reveals the secret.
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When it's time to take the new mule out for a spin, the weather creates a recipe for disaster; Amy steps out as single for the first time and gets a new look guaranteed to attract attention.
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After the divorce, Amy explores her rebellious side and makes a permanent decision; Zach enlists Jeremy's help when Sully's safety is threatened.
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Matt and Amy take the kids on a memorable trip to Hawaii, but tensions rise when the divorce comes up in conversation.
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Amy and Matt meet with their divorce lawyers; Matt thinks that more space might make it easier to co-exist on the farm; Zach uses soccer to bring awareness to dwarf athletics.
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As divorce looms, Matt and Amy are unsure how much longer they can work and live on the farm together; Jeremy and Audrey work on making their marriage last forever.
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Matt feels alone and questions his success as a father, prompting Zach to propose a boys camping trip; Amy tests her courage on the dance floor.
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The Roloff kids will be doing their own thing for Christmas, so Amy brings the family together to host a charity event on the farm; Matt doesn't tell Amy about a secret project.
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Matt and Amy learn that they won't get to have Thanksgiving with their kids for the first time in 25 years.
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Jeremy, Zach, Audrey, and Tori take on larger roles at the Pumpkin Festival, and worry that tension between their parents could escalate during this crucial farm event.
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Amy decides to throw an elaborate dinner party while Matt's out of town; Zach and Tori visit Jeremy and Audrey's new home for the first time.
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Jackson meets baby Lilah, and everyone is surprised by his reaction; Tori struggles with her recovery from the C-section; Matt and Caryn find new ways to entertain little Jackson; Amy and Chris move one step closer to moving in together.
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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.
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Amy and Chris are officially engaged; 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 request.
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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.
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Amy has big news on her house search but grapples with the reality of finally moving off the farm; it's the end of an era as the treehouse has to come down.
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Zach and Tori are rocked by news about their unborn daughter; Jackson tries to sleep in his own bed for the first time.
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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; Amy searches for a new house; Chris reveals he has a big surprise for her.

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