Wednesday, October 14, 2009

3rd week of Little People, Big World previews; Jeremy and Zach Roloff prepare (or don't) for college

TLC has released the written previews for the 3rd week episodes of Season 5 of Little People, Big World:


Oct 26, 8:00 pm
(30 minutes)
Little People, Big World: School of Hard Knocks


As the twins' senior year of high school flies by, it's clear that Zach and Jeremy are not ready for higher education. Amy takes them to tour a local college, but the boys are way behind the curve in applying and getting accepted to a university.

Oct 26, 8:30 pm
(30 minutes)
Little People, Big World: A House Divided


It's Matt against the whole family as Amy encourages the kids' desire to have their friends over in their newly remodeled home. The result is chaos and clutter. Matt fights back by organizing the jumbled mess in the basement, which Amy uses for storage.

http://tlc.discovery.com/tv-schedules/series.html?paid=2.15576.55833.26915.x&start=0

Unrelated to the new previews, there is a quick fan video of the Roloff farm during Pumpkin season at Roloff farm in a new You Tube video. It's the first minute or two of this video. Jeremy and Zach are seen in the video.

2 comments:

Brandon said...

"it's clear that Zach and Jeremy are not ready for higher education."

That is so not a surprise. Some fans have been saying it was headed that way from the twins first year in high school, but they were dismissed as being "haters".

It was too much play time with their friends and Amy's (because Matt has no say in that household) refusal to put her foot down and be the uncool that tells the twins and their friends no for once.

It's fitting that the following episode is about Amy siding with the kids wanting to do things with their friends.

Kit said...

"because Matt has no say in that household"

HAHAHAHA... Yes, Matt is adamant that his children succeed academically and pursue higher education, which is why he's buying investment houses rather than contributing to college funds.

Amy may not have been successful at laying down the law re: education, but I bet that's pretty hard to do when your husband isn't backing you up in any way, shape, or form. Matt has never hidden that fact that he doesn't think there's much value in college. And why do something boooriingg like study for the SATs when you could be driving a mule around or building a fort in the woods? Studying is for losers... (unless you're a girl, in which case Matt thinks it's grand). Yee-haaahhh...