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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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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.
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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.
aired 76 days ago
Matt decides to tear out the entire living-room floor, causing a last-minute remodeling nightmare.
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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.
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Matt faces his most stressful pumpkin season yet 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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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 over the farm, Matt makes a proposal to separate the two properties.
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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.
aired 237 days ago
With bonus scenes: Matt and Caryn learn to compromise as they start to make their new life together in Arizona; Amy feels pressured when Chris asks her why it's taking so long to make a decision on the farm; Zach learns he may need back surgery.
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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.
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The countdown begins for the birth of Zach and Tori's baby; Jeremy and Audrey stress out, but happily finish their big move; while Amy and Matt's separate romances continue to grow, they hope for a civil and fun future as co-grandparents.
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With less than two weeks to go before their baby is born, Zach and Tori schedule the C-section, but the baby could come at any moment; Zach's recent health episodes place added concern on the soon-to-be parents.
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Despite their fears, Tori and Zach 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.
aired 244 days ago
Matt faces his most stressful pumpkin season 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.
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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; Amy and Chris have a serious talk about their size difference.
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Jeremy and Audrey want a low-key gender reveal party, but family tensions may interfere; Zach's serious illness emphasizes all the hardships his child may face in the future; Amy pursues a different business venture; Matt tackles a big project.

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