A pair of enjoyable episodes tonight. They were in contrast to the intense episode last week featuring Amy's breakdown, but these episodes were nice.
Light, joyful and fun. It's nice to have a variety on the show.
It was Amy's father, Gordon's 80th birthday. He looked wonderful for being 80. He appears to be great health. He took his customary tour of the farm, even climbed up a ladder. His report this year was better than the last time he took a tour. There wasn't much to find fault with this time around.
Her brother Roger (nice to see Amy's siblings two weeks in a row) had his baby daughter with him and they used it as an early Christmas celebration. These were the types of shows that don't have a lot of drama or discussion points, but were still enjoyable to watch.
Zach and Jer even had the van looking clean! :)
Matt ordered the fake snow against, Amy's wishes, but never fear, Amy got her revenge by piling it all in Matt's office and sprinkling the snow around. Good job, Amy! :)
Molly showed off her artistic touch by making some Christmas decorations for everybody. The Roloffs have some artistic flare in the family. Sam is an artist, Molly did a nice job with her work and Jeremy's sketches looked impressive when they showed them one episode.
It was nice for viewers to meet some members of the family that haven't been featured much or at all. I thought everybody came off as very down to earth, friendly and caring.
Overall, a nice positive, uplifting show.