There are a couple of very interesting video clips of footage about the passing of close Roloff friend Mike Detjen that wasn't shown in the episode that was televised.
The first video is longer than what was shown on television. It stopped after the footage at the soccer game. This video includes Mike making the famous "Roloff burgers". The most interesting and poignant part of this video is what follows. A clip of Mike helping Jeremy with his truck that Mike gave him. Jeremy comments that Mike will always drop everything just to come help him. Zach then makes a comment that if Mike were to disappear off the face of the earth the Roloff family would be in complete disaster.
The second video includes Amy discussing with her friend Amy about what is a hero? I love Amy's following comment because it is very true about the power every person has to influence everybody they come into contact with. It is along the lines of that famous email story about how one small act of kindness - in the story it was a kid, helping another kid pick up their books and being friendly to them in high school ended up playing a role in saving someone who was contemplating suicide (I won't tell the whole story because I'm sure everybody has heard it!). This was Amy Roloff's statement, it's very true:
"Everyone can be a hero, because it's your every day thing. Once you start thinking outside yourself and do something for somebody else, that you might think is so minor, but to that person, it may have affected them in a way that inspires them."
The video also contains a scene of Mike Detjen's son - Tim Detjen, Tim's girlfriend Nicole, Zach, Jacob, Amy and Daniel Meichtry discussing Mike's sudden passing and how active he was. They joke about what Mike would have been like in a retirement home and Amy comments that she used to tell Mike not to worry because she would be there to help him.