The celebrity tabloid/news site TMZ has a video clip of Amy Roloff stranded at the airport in Burbank, California. It's actually a local news item. Apparently the reporter or news channel had no idea who Amy was and identified her only as a "stranded passenger". She was with Lisa Dixon, who is one of Amy's friends that help her run the Amy Roloff Charity Foundation.
TMZ has a bad joke about it being a "tiny" slip up...although I'm not a little person, I can sympathize with their irritation at relatively harmless, but still very annoying jokes over and over.
Earlier in the week Amy and Matt were in Pasadena, Calfornia for a party to celebrate Discovery Communications 25th Anniversary. A bunch of TLC stars attended.
"The stars of the science/nature/reality/lifestyle-TV universe were out in full force the other night here in Pasadena, at an elaborate outdoor party celebrating Discovery Communications' (which includes Discovery Channel, TLC, Animal Planet, Science Channel, Planet Green and others) 25th anniversary.
The talent roster for the event, which was held inside and outside of a huge white tent erected on the back lawn of the Langham Pasadena Hotel, included Paul Teutul Sr. and son Mikey from American Chopper, Stacy London and Clinton Kelly from What Not To Wear, Mythbusters underlings Kari Byron, Grant Imahara and Tory Belleci, Storm Chasers Reed Timmer and Sean Casey, LA Ink's Kat von D, Little People Big World parents Matt and Amy Roloff, as well as Bill Nye the Science Guy, ocean explorer Philippe Cousteau and eco-celeb Ed Begley Jr.
But inside, where foodies were serving up some weird food-of-the-future concoction and cast members from TLC's Cake Boss were racing to complete a couple of huge, elaborate Discovery-themed birthday cakes, the most popular guest at the party -- based on number of photo ops observed -- was Mythbusters' beaten, burnt, bent and broken crash-test dummy, Buster, who was perched quietly on a sofa in one corner of the tent.
Unlike most famous guests at these press-tour clambakes, Buster didn't tire of the attention and didn't seem the least bit camera-shy."