Monday, February 9, 2009

Episode previews for Feb 23rd - Jacob gets a tick

As previously mentioned, new episodes of Little People Big World return February 16th - Matt returns to Iraq.

However, the previews are out for the following week, the second week of new episodes. The 8:00-8:30pm slot will be about Molly's eight grade graduation. The 8:30pm - 9:00pm episode will feature Amy and the kids traveling to Michigan to visit Amy's family. The preview states, Amy's father, Gordon Knight, takes the kids on a hike, however it turns chaotic when Jacob gets a tick and they can't get rid of it.

OK, if there is a betting pool and the Roloff family goes swimming and one member of the family gets stung by a jellyfish, my money is on Jacob! If they go hiking and one member of the family gets a tick, my money is on Jacob!

If the Roloffs ever do some sort of activity where one member of the family is injured or encounters any kind of discomfort and the afflicted member is not Jacob, it will be shocking! :-) Poor kid.


Feb 16, 8:00 pm
(30 minutes)
Little People, Big World Back to Iraq: Part 1


Matt and an orthopedic surgeon return to the Middle East to perform leg straightening operations on Ali and Bara?a, two of the dwarf children Matt met on his first trip to Iraq.

Feb 16, 8:30 pm
(30 minutes)

Little People, Big World Back to Iraq: Part 2


Matt and an orthopedic surgeon return to the Middle East to perform leg straightening operations on two of the dwarf children Matt met on his first trip to Iraq.


Feb 23, 8:00 pm
(30 minutes)

Little People, Big World

The Graduate

Matt and Amy's great expectations are realized when Molly is named valedictorian of her 8th grade class. But Amy has her hands full when Molly refuses to give a speech and picks a graduation dress that violates the school dress code.

Feb 23, 8:30 pm
(30 minutes)

Little People, Big World

Michigan Knights

Amy takes the kids to visit her family, the Knights, in Michigan. Amy's father, Gordon, takes his grandkids hiking in the woods but the idyllic scene turns to chaos when Jacob gets a tick, and no one seems to know how to get rid of it.

3 comments:

Vicky said...

Jake I don't know what to say...it's almost comical.

Raven said...

I'll take into account the editing or preview writing for drama factor, but it is amazing the number of things that happen that kid. I'm thinking he must over emphasize anything that happens to him in a ploy for attention.

AJ said...

Yeah, thats what happens when your parents whore you out on tv and the kid who gets the most air time gets treated special.

Hmm... maybe if his parents paid him some attention and didn't treat Zach and Jeremy as their favored little princes of the farm, the kid wouldn't be injuring himself to get attention.

God knows the favoritis isn't obvious.