The Roloffs welcome Dan and Michelle Hamill and their three children to the farm; they get a taste of country life, meeting the animals, seeing the farm's castle and going on a treasure hunt.
The Roloff family sits down with correspondent Andrea Canning to discuss the highs and lows from the most recent season.
Everyone is feeling the heat as the wedding countdown begins; Jeremy is stressed over his best man speech; a storm threatens to ruin the dream ceremony.
Matt and Jeremy construct a windmill cocktail bar for Zach and Tori's wedding; Amy and Matt pitch their salsa to a local grocery store.
Zach and Tori feel the pressure as they continue planning their wedding; Amy hosts a charity mud run on the farm to give back.
Launching the family's new salsa business; Zach gets fitted for his custom suit and Tori goes dress shopping with the girls.
Matt and Amy's marriage; Amy's DIY project with Lisa to help with a sudden empty nest; a special role for Jeremy in Zack's wedding.
Zach learns about married life in LA; Matt tries to improve his health; Zack and Tori challenge Matt to move the church to help set the scene for their wedding.
The entire family comes together to help prepare the farm for the big day; Matt and Amy are still unsure what the future holds; Jacob makes a huge announcement.
A look into Jeremy and Audrey's relationship, from their first meeting up to the wedding day; the family shares home movies and behind-the-scenes stories.
Jeremy and Audrey are feeling nervous and excited as their wedding approaches. When Matt becomes sick, everyone worries he may not be able to attend the big day.
Zach follows in his twin's footsteps and reveals he is ready propose to his girlfriend, Tori.
Matt and Amy invest in an elaborate float hoping to bring in business this pumpkin season; Jeremy and Audrey are knee deep in wedding preparations.
Matt and Amy confront their relationship problems; the family spends time together on a weekend ski trip.
Jeremy decides to take his relationship with Audrey to the next level; Amy seeks out her own business opportunities; Jeremy's graduation.
The Roloff kids are home to celebrate the holidays but the family dynamic has changed dramatically.
Jeremy and Molly go back to school; Zach moves into a new house; pumpkin season catastrophes cause Matt and Amy to question their future together.
Preparing for pumpkin season; the last wedding of the summer; shoulder pain; rain threatens a couple's big day.
After Matt brags that he and Amy work well together, Zach challenges his parents to spend 24-hours tethered together.
Grand plans for the third wedding of the season; hiring an assistant could do more harm than good.
Matt convinces Amy that a pre-fab home is the best option for a bridal suite solution.
Matt throws the first annual Family Game Day; everyone's competitive colors come out.
Tensions between Matt and Amy rise with pressure of the first wedding; the family is unprepared as the bride arrives; Rocky's health continues to decline.
All four children are home for the summer for the first time in years; everyone chips in to get the farm ready for wedding season; Matt's scheme; tragic news.
The twins work on getting their own apartment; Matt and Amy consider selling the farm.
Zach puts off buying a new car; Jeremy has trouble getting a job.
Each member of the Roloff family answers questions about their personal experiences over the past five years.
The Roloffs answer frequently asked questions about their life on the farm.
Matt launches a bicycle donation program; Amy and the boys head to Haiti to provide relief for earthquake victims.
Jeremy is inspired by his uncle Sam; Molly tries to balance all of the activities she has taken on.
Amy's fellow board members are at odds; can Amy pull the members together in time for the big fundraiser?
Amy trains hard for a hike up a mountain with the twins; the family gets together to boost Jacob's confidence.
Zach takes a dating class; the family wonders if Molly would like a boy.
Amy and Matt disagree about what land Amy can use for her garden; Matt thinks that bee's are the secret to pumpkin success.
Matt transports a replica of Noah's Ark onto the farm; although Amy is against the attraction, she defends the project and property against a trespassing government official.
While the Roloffs worry about Rocky's health, Rocky has his hands full when the Roloff cats move in on his turf.
Matt tries to help Amy and Jeremy on a couple projects but is met with a mountain of resistance.
Following his dreams, Matt puts together a cast and crew to make a movie about a spooky pumpkin farm.
Zach is offered a job that causes him to address his dwarfism in new ways; making important decisions.
The boys go camping and face a snow-in and gasoline fire, while the girls battle broken cameras and seasickness on their trip to the Oregon coast.
Matt takes Zach on a road trip in hopes of mending their relationship.
Amy and Matt's public speaking schedule takes a toll on the family; with Amy on the road, it throws the family off balance.
There is no room left; Matt decides to have a garage sale but the whole family resists.
After Matt suffers a vertigo collapse he realizes he has to do something about his health; Amy gets checked out and discovers she is clinically obese.
Matt and Amy are concerned about the twins' lack of motivation in college; Matt turns the management of Roloff Farms over to the twins at the height of pumpkin season.
A county inspector threatens to shut down the farm before the start of pumpkin season.
Matt and Amy plan separate celebrations for Molly's birthday; Molly struggles with her driving test.
Zach and Amy kick off the first LP Space Camp; Zach has trouble embracing a leadership role.
Matt stages a 'Fort-A-Thon' for disadvantaged children at the farm while hoping to inspire his own children to get off the couch and get outdoors.
Amy struggles to balance being a wife, mother and philanthropist with her golf tournament fundraiser facing financial failure.
Amy's fundraising leadership skills are pushed to the limit by logistical nightmares and personal meltdowns.
Amy decides to learn how to play golf and organize a golf tournament fundraiser for the Dwarf Athletic Association; Matt tackles a woodshed project.
Zach struggles to get his team focused on winning the soccer tournament at the World Dwarf Games; the team's gold medal hopes rest on Zach during a shootout.
Zach's basketball team vies for a gold medal at the World Dwarf Games; a health scare sends one of Zach's teammates to a hospital.
With Matt skipping the opening days of the World Dwarf Games in Belfast, Amy is pushed to her limits trying to juggle the roles of coach, player, manager and mother.
After Zach's soccer team gathers at the farm to train for the World Dwarf Games in Belfast, Matt stuns his son by announcing he won't be traveling with the team to Northern Ireland.
Matt appoints himself as manager of Zach's soccer team for the World Dwarf Games; tension builds when Matt and Amy disagree about team sponsorship, jeopardizing her position as a Dwarf Athletic Association board member.
Matt goes on a project frenzy, building a huge locker room and mini Grand Canyon on the farm.
The Roloffs reunite in Nice, France, and take a train north to Paris; Matt overbooks their schedule and Roloff chaos erupts on the streets of Paris.
After Zach and Jeremy get lost in a small town on the edge of the Black Forest, the mayor's daughter invites them to spend the night; Molly, Amy and Jake take sights in Italy ranging from Florence to Venice.
While traveling through Bavaria without a plan, Zach and Jeremy ride a tram to the top of Germany's tallest peak and make an eye-opening visit to the Dachau concentration camp; Amy, Jake and Molly travel from Rome to Pisa in Italy.
Molly gets sick while flying to Italy with Amy and Jake; Zach and Jeremy encounter a language barrier in a small town in Germany.
The twins have fun in London, but in Amsterdam their personalities clash and a visit to the city's red light district causes friction.
After years of growing apart, twins Zach and Jeremy try to reconnect during their first trip to Europe and go backpacking in Scotland.
The Roloff twins graduate from high school; Zach approaches the transition with maturity despite barely making the grade and uncertainty about his future.
Jeremy surprises everyone by making the honor roll, but Zach's report card includes a failing grade that casts doubt over whether he'll graduate.
After months of increasing hearing problems, Zach learns he needs ear surgery.
Matt and Amy's relationship continues to deteriorate; Matt slips into a midlife crisis and spends freely, buying two Mercedes sedans at the same time the big home remodeling project is still being paid off.
Matt escorts the Salman family out of Baghdad to Washington, D.C., and Roloff Farms; the Iraqi immigrants experience a cultural whirlwind in the United States while seeking lifesaving surgeries for their children.
Amy is the keynote speaker at a charity fundraiser and golf tournament in Florida; Amy volunteers for a relief organization and makes an inspiring visit to a children's home.
Though there's more fun in store, Matt quits the dude ranch trip early, leaving Amy to finish another vacation alone with the children.
The Roloffs rough it on a dude ranch in Utah, going on a cattle drive and playing poker.
After failing a test that puts her perfect 4.0 GPA at risk, Molly stops speaking English in an effort to master Spanish; the twins' academic problems make a visit to a local university seem pointless.
Matt shocks everyone by announcing that he's going to Hawaii alone during Mother's Day weekend, which coincides with the twins' 19th birthday.
Zach wonders if he's got what it takes when he pursues his coaching aspirations by working at Jacob's soccer camp.
Amy and Matt give Jacob a cell phone for his 12th birthday, then doubt whether he is ready for the responsibility after he racks up an outrageous bill with more than 8,000 text messages.
Matt's increasing lack of mobility leaves him on the sidelines after he travels to the British Virgin Islands to go sailing with Jeremy, Jacob, Papa Ron and two buddies.
Zach leads a mutiny against his dad after Matt plans a Caribbean sailing vacation for a week Amy can't take off from work.
Matt organizes the basement after Amy encourages the kids' desire to have their friends visit.
Amy takes the twins to tour a local college, and they learn that they are behind the curve in applying and being accepted to a university.
Zach scrambles to improve his grades before the soccer season ends.
Matt takes Jeremy skiing against Amy's wishes.
Amy helps Molly get ready for her first high-school formal dance, but it is bittersweet because it is Zach and Jeremy's last.
Matt sets out to complete Molly's castle, his most drawn-out and costly farm project yet, until Amy grows concerned over the cost.
Matt tries to micro-manage his oversized and inexperienced staff during the biggest pumpkin season ever at Roloff Farms, causing more stress for everyone -- especially him.
Pumpkin season gets under way; tensions build between the twins after Zach has a tractor accident on the same day Jeremy is promoted to tractor supervisor; a giant tortoise named Ferdinand escapes from the petting zoo.
Expecting to break attendance records, Matt makes big investments in preparations for the pumpkin season; opening day brings just a handful of visitors, leaving Matt wondering if he made a big mistake.
Matt hopes to finish a new and improved trebuchet in tribute to his late friend and business partner Mike Detjen.
While Jake attends Space Camp at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, Ala., Amy tours local historic sites and learns about Helen Keller and Rosa Parks.
Upon turning 15, Molly focuses on getting her driver's permit; Molly's chances of passing the driver exam seem ill-fated when Jeremy takes her for a driving lesson and they run out of gas, then a ride with Amy goes awry.
Zach and Jeremy have trouble balancing academics with their social lives during their senior year; the twins pack the house for a performance by a friend's band at a coffee shop, but they can't cram in enough study time for the SAT exam.
Now that the twins are 18, Matt and Amy think they can leave them in charge, so after issuing a long list of rules and stern warnings, they head to Hawaii with friends.
Amy worries that Matt will forget their anniversary as he embarks on creating his most ambitious farm attraction ever: a long and curvy bridge that slopes from the highest point on the farm down to the treehouse.
After a long vacation, Amy wants the family to give something back by helping to repair a storm-damaged house and build new homes in Biloxi, Miss.
After the riverboat cruise ends, Matt returns home while Amy takes charge of the final days of the family vacation during a road trip through the South to New Orleans.
Matt wants to just relax and hang out on the riverboat during the family's cruise, but Amy pushes for them to seek new adventures and make the most of every moment during their vacation.
Amy realizes a longtime dream by taking her family on a riverboat cruise on the Mississippi; Matt must rush home to take care of urgent farm matters, leaving Amy and the children wondering whether he'll be back before the trip ends.
Zach and his soccer team, the Grasshogs, face a tough and talented opponent in the Dwarf Athletic Association of America tournament championship game.
The Roloffs travel to Detroit to attend the Little People of America National Conference, an event where Matt and Amy met during a Motor City Micronauts basketball game 22 years earlier.
Continuing their visit with relatives in Michigan, Amy takes the children to see the house she grew up in and tearfully recalls her decision to leave Michigan to start a new life in Oregon.
Amy takes the children to visit her family, the Knights, in Michigan; after Amy's father, Gordon, takes his grandchildren for a hike in the woods, chaos erupts when Jacob gets a tick and no one knows how to get rid of it.
After being named valedictorian of her eighth grade class, Molly refuses to give a speech and picks a graduation dress that violates the school dress code.
Matt returns to the Middle East with a doctor to perform leg-straightening surgery on two of the dwarf children he met on his first trip to Iraq. They travel to an Italian military hospital in southern Iraq, where dozens of Iraqi little people have gathered to be diagnosed by the doctor.
When Matt learns of an Iraqi family with dwarf children who are in need of medical help, he feels compelled to help them and returns to Baghdad. Touched by the family's heartwarming spirit, Matt gets photos and X-rays of the children for evaluation by medical specialists back in the US.
The Roloff family mourns dear friend Mike Detjen and recalls his special place in their lives while preparing for his funeral and a wake.
The Roloffs face coping with the death of family friend Mike Detjen, who helped build a new trebuchet and coached the twins' soccer team.
Since it's been nearly two years since Matt and Amy's families got together, they invite them to the farm for an early holiday celebration; Amy tries to deck the halls by turning their home into a 'Roloff Winterland.'
Coordinating a meal for 25 guests is a lot to manage as Amy and Matt's families gather for a holiday celebration; guests include Matt's brother Sam, a little person; Amy's parents and Santa Claus.
Amy joins her siblings in Taos, N.M., to celebrate her sister's birthday by going horseback riding, white-water rafting and experiencing an Indian sweat lodge; chaos back at the farm finds its way to Amy.
Zach and Jeremy turn 18, but don't seem ready to leave the nest; Matt drags his feet on pool repairs, putting Amy's party plans for the twins in jeopardy.
Amy visits a little people friend in Napa Valley, Calif., where she speaks to a church group for Mother's Day; Matt plans to surprise Amy by building a gazebo on her favorite spot at the farm.
Now that their old, yellow Volkswagen Beetle has been overhauled at a body shop, Matt takes Zach and Jeremy on a road trip to trailer it home that becomes a journey of male bonding, discovery and discomfort.
With the remodel finally behind them, the Roloffs go to Orlando for a much-needed vacation; it takes more than belly dancing, alligator catching and grub worm eating to loosen Zach up.
The latest Roloff remodeling project is in its final stages after six months of work and inconveniences that are making Amy run out of patience; Jeremy crashes into the new garage door.
As stress from the remodeling project takes a toll on the family, Matt adds to the chaos by announcing that he plans to move his business office into the house; Amy worries that she's lost control of her household.
After the twins' school soccer team goes on a losing streak, Amy and Matt struggle to teach them life lessons in responsibility and perseverance; Amy's competitive spirit erupts on the sidelines.
After Jeremy and Zach are busted for off-road 'mudding' with their cars and breaking state law by driving with an underage passenger, Amy and Matt suspend the twins' driving privileges.
Matt hires his old buddy Romi to build a new deck; arguments with Amy flare up when Matt makes last-minute changes; Amy tries to focus on her preschool class graduation amid the construction chaos.
While Matt and Amy are away on a business trip to Las Vegas, the Roloff children are on their own at home; the twins take their pesky little brother Jacob on an adventurous hike.
Matt ups the ante for his accessibility kit business DAS by taking Amy and a group of their little people friends to Las Vegas for a convention; back at the farm an overflowing toilet causes chaos for the children.
For extra credit in history class, Zach makes a movie about the Civil War.
Matt and Amy are invited to speak at a corporate conference; the kids learn to manage on their own while Matt and Amy are away.
Molly and her friends spend a night out in the Native American plank house; Zach and Jeremy organize a campout with their friends.
After months of renovation, Matt decides to install a geothermal heat pump system.
Matt Roloff travels to Iraq to help dwarf children in need of medical attention.
The Roloffs share special moments with Rocky the bull mastiff.
The twins continue to get distracted as they struggle to complete their Swamp Fort.
Horseplay results in Jacob getting hurt; the kids are slow to help with chores.
Two female friends visit Zach at the farm unexpectedly; Amy, Molly, Jacob and some friends spend a blustery day at the beach.
Matt challenges the kids to a board game; Jeremy gets his vintage pickup ready to be driven.
Matt's home renovation gets out of control, and the family complains about the condition of the house.
At a college in Iowa, Amy enjoys some winter fun with students before giving a motivational speech.
Zach and Jeremy attend a high-school winter formal dance with their dates; Amy departs for a motivational speech.
The Roloff family must all live together in the den while home remodeling is done.
Matt starts an ambitious remodel of the Roloff house, but it proves to be more than his abilities can manage.
Matt and a friend participate in a project to create community little-people awareness; Jeremy, Zach and their friends join in a relief effort to help flood victims.
Matt and Amy's friend undergoes surgery to correct a dwarfism-related issue.
Concerned about the twins' poor grades, Matt and Amy enroll them in a learning center; Jeremy builds a working hovercraft.
Amy revokes Jeremy's newly earned driving privileges; both Jeremy and Zach get poor grades.
Amy and Molly go whale-watching; Zach goes on his first date.
Matt, Jacob and Mike D. work to build a trebuchet that is safer and stronger than the original.
Matt and Amy cut Molly no slack when she shows up late for work with a bad attitude.
While Matt and Amy are away on a cruise, pumpkin season at the farm is in chaos.
Matt and Amy plan to go on a little-people cruise during the first week of pumpkin season, and tensions rise as the family prepares for them to leave.
Matt decides to revamp the 'Indian Village' and brings in local American Indians.
Matt and a friend plan to build a sawmill with a working water-wheel.
Matt plans a surprise dinner for Amy for their 20th wedding anniversary; Jeremy and Kirsten celebrate their first year together, as Zach is in his first romantic relationship.
Matt takes the stand in his DUI trial.
When the DUI trial begins, Matt worries about his chances with the jury.
Matt goes to court to learn the date of his DUI trial; Matt works with Amy to prepare his defense.
The twins take the final tests for their drivers' licenses.
Matt promises that the swimming pool will be finished for Molly's birthday party.
After doctors recommend swimming to improve his health, Matt decides to build a swimming pool.
Matt goes to the doctor and discovers that his health is in jeopardy.
The Roloffs connect with the culture of the Bahamas.
While on vacation in the Bahamas, Jeremy discovers he has a knack for sailing.
The Roloff family scrambles to get passports in time for a Bahamas vacation, which starts with a sailing excursion.
On a trip to give a motivational speech, Matt brings history buffs Zach and Molly along to Paducah, Ky., a town steeped in Civil War history.
Zach and three friends have a paintball war against Jeremy and his friends.
Zach invites three friends to Roloff Farms for a weekend of paintball, horseplay and sports.
Jeremy, Zach and their friends try to build a fort in the woods on the farm; Jeremy tries to throw a birthday party for Kirsten.
Matt customizes his car to fit him perfectly.
Zach is ready to face his soccer rivals.
Zach feels well enough to enter the Dwarf Athletic Association of America Games.
The corn and pumpkin crops need to be planted; Amy, Molly and Grandma Peg plant a family vegetable garden.
The end of the road trip finds the family retracing its roots in California.
Amy and Molly visit Sedona, Ariz., while Matt and the boys get their kicks on Route 66.
Amy and the children question Matt's trip-planning abilities as they travel through the heat of Death Valley.
The Roloff family embarks on a road trip in an oversized RV.
The twins finish out the school year, both failing math.
Zach invites three friends to Roloff Farms for a weekend of paintball, horseplay and sports; they have a paintball war against Jeremy and his friends.
While on vacation in the Bahamas, Jeremy discovers he has a knack for sailing; the Roloffs connect with the culture of the Bahamas.
The Roloff family sets off on a road trip in an oversized RV, heading for Yosemite National Park and the Grand Canyon.
The end of the road trip finds the family retracing its roots in California; the corn and pumpkin crops need to be planted; Amy, Molly and Grandma Peg plant a vegetable garden.
Matt, Amy, Jacob, Molly and Zach go to an LPA conference; Matt plans a road trip.
Matt takes the family to the theme park that inspired many of the farm attractions.
Amy heads to Central Michigan University feeling unprepared for her upcoming speech.
Jeremy wants to help remodel the room; Amy's alma mater invites her to give a speech to the student body.
Matt tries to get his custom-made stool kits into hotels.
Matt tries to juggle working on a new parking lot, repairing the church, finishing Molly's castle and completing the Men's Crisis Center.
Matt and Amy have different approaches to getting Jeremy to keep up with his schoolwork.
Zach's recovery from leg surgery progresses slowly.
Zach has his cast removed and learns if his bowed leg was successfully straightened; Molly has a growing interest in geography.
After a snowstorm, Jeremy and his buddies have a snowball fight, while Zach remains inside, recovering from his leg surgery.
Matt enlists a family friend to give Jake's room a glow-in-the-dark paint job.
Matt has a large trash-bin placed in the driveway and tells the children to empty their bedrooms into it.
Actor Martin Klebba drops by the farm to lift Zach's spirits.
Zach has leg surgery.
After celebrating Christmas, the family departs for Zach's leg surgery.
Amy takes Zach to a surgeon who will perform an operation to correct his bowed legs.
Matt decides to throw a party to promote his pumpkin business just one week before Halloween.
An inventive bicycle designer custom builds Zach a bike that allows him to keep up with his average-height brother; apple war.
Amy must find host families for three visiting soccer coaches on top of juggling her children's events, working two jobs and doing her chores at home.
Jacob's bad attitude causes frustration and concern for Amy.
Matt hatches a scheme to raise cash by having truckloads of soil dumped on the farm, but Amy does not agree.
Matt turns a barn into a men's crisis center; Matt finds his childhood diary.
Jeremy tries to trap a bothersome mole; Jacob has stinky feet.
Zach gives high-school soccer another shot; Jeremy learns he did not make the Olympic Development soccer team.
The twins become old enough to get their driver's licenses.
Matt makes a motivational speech at a Pennsylvania college.
Before leaving for a convention, Matt plots a surprise birthday party for Amy and Molly.
Matt decides to order a professional safety inspection of the entire farm; Matt and Amy argue over finances.
Jacob and Mike are treated at the hospital for their injuries; the local media is interested in the bizarre accident.
Jacob and Mike are seriously injured while launching pumpkins.
Matt celebrates his 45th birthday.
Matt's new organization gets its first mission.
When the twins' laziness gets them grounded, they find themselves with extra work.
Matt threatens to quit his job because the children are out of control when he is away.
Matt meets with a hotel executive in New York City.
Zach's friend visits the farm.
Amy, Jeremy, Molly and Jacob arrive at the Little People of America National Conference.
Matt and Zach attend the Little People of America National Conference.
Matt is eager to show off the farm to family members; a family photo session runs long, causing trouble in the kitchen.
Matt decides to tear out the entire living-room floor, causing a last-minute remodeling nightmare.
Matt sets out to build a zipline.
Matt makes a long-awaited purchase and decides to repaint the house while Amy is away for the weekend.
The Roloffs prepare to put the finishing touches on their new deck.
Home remodeling; tree fort.
The Dwarf Athletic Games begin.
Conflict erupts when Matt tries to help Zach put together a soccer team for the Dwarf Athletic Association of America Games.
The Roloffs' Hawaiian vacation includes an outrigger-canoeing adventure, a snorkeling trip and a zip-line tour.
Amy has trouble adjusting to being pampered by the hotel staff in Maui; Matt challenges Zach to overcome his fear of surfing.
Matt returns home from a business trip to find that no one is ready for their upcoming trip to Hawaii.
Matt hires the twins and their friends to plant pumpkin seedlings.
The Roloff children present handmade cards to Amy during a brunch.
Jeremy and Zach plan a beach trip for their 16th birthday.
Matt hires the twins and their friends to plant pumpkin seedlings; Matt returns home from a business trip to find that no one is ready for their upcoming trip to Hawaii.
Matt rushes to complete the family kitchen before he leaves on a business trip to South America.
Zach brings a date to the winter formal banquet.
Matt returns to the corporate world to alleviate Amy's fears for the future.
Zach has a mysterious illness and must rush to the hospital for emergency surgery.
Matt and Amy take a weeklong cruise.
Zach passes up a chance to socialize with girls his height.
Zach prepares to take his driving-permit test again.
Matt introduces Zach to role models from the dwarf community, including a law professor who served in the Clinton administration and a welder who works on a top-secret Navy submarine.
Matt makes plans for home remodeling, including designing a new kitchen for Amy.
The family celebrates Christmas.
Matt Roloff hatches a plan to build a trebuchet to draw more customers to his pumpkin patch.
Jeremy brings his first girlfriend home to meet the family, while twin brother Zach struggles to overcome his extreme shyness. Meanwhile, Molly is requested by a local newspaper for a photo shoot.
Matt and Amy disagree when he rents out part of the farm for a corporate picnic.
The twins head to the DMV for their learners-permit exams; Zach prepares to take his driving-permit test again.
Amy is angered by Jeremy's lazy attitude as he and his twin brother Zach start their first week of high school.
Matt plans a birthday surprise for his wife, Amy, and their daughter, Molly.
Matt hopes to bond with his 15-year-old twin boys, but their weekend camping trip doesn't go as planned.
Matt and Amy are too stressed out to celebrate their 18th wedding anniversary.
Zach Roloff is much shorter than his twin, Jeremy.
Matt and Amy Roloff raise their four children.
Matt tries to inspire his son Zach to live a life without limits; Zach prepares to take his driving-permit test again.
Matt and Amy celebrate their 18th wedding anniversary; Matt takes the twins on a weekend camping-trip.
Matt plans a birthday surprise for his wife, Amy, and their daughter, Molly; twins Zach and Jeremy start their first week of high school.
A look back with twins Zach and Jeremy Roloff as they recount their most memorable milestones throughout the years.
Interviews and highlights with the members of the Roloff family.
Matt Roloff travels to Iraq to help dwarf children in need of medical attention.
The 10th anniversary celebration with favorite moments and comical mishaps, as the Roloffs open up like never before.
The Roloffs go through a busy time as Matt and Amy finalize their divorce, Molly graduates from college and Matt fearfully leaves for spinal surgery.
Matt is forced to undergo high-risk surgery near his spine; Zach plans a surprise party for Tori's birthday, but the plan is at risk when Jeremy accidentally reveals the secret.
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.
After the divorce, Amy explores her rebellious side and makes a permanent decision; Zach enlists Jeremy's help when Sully's safety is threatened.
Matt and Amy take the kids on a memorable trip to Hawaii, but tensions rise when the divorce comes up in conversation.
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.
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.
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.
The Roloffs invite fans to the farm for a question and answer session, and a fun-filled day; Amy throws a dinner party while Matt is out of town; with bonus scenes and a sneak peek.
The Roloff family sits down with NBC News correspondent Andrea Canning to discuss the highs and lows of their lives; with an exclusive sneak peek.
The Roloff kids will be doing their own thing for Christmas, so Amy brings the family together to host a Winter Wonderland charity event; Matt doesn't tell Amy about a secret project.
The Roloffs give a select group of fans the opportunity to join them on the farm for a personal question and answer session, and a day filled with spirited trivia games.
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.
Matt and Amy learn that they won't get to have Thanksgiving with their kids for the first time in 25 years.
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.
The Roloff Family shares never before heard stories about Zach and Tori's wedding, and the love story that brought them to their special day.
The twins finish out the school year, both failing math; the Roloff family embarks on a road trip in an oversized RV.
Matt, Amy, Jacob, Molly and Zach go to an LPA conference; Matt plans a road trip.