Thursday, April 8, 2010

Matt and Amy Roloff on Good Day LA

Here is another interview from Matt and Amy's slew of promotion while in California. Good Day LA. Once again, the hosts don't seem to know very much about the Roloffs. One of the hosts appears to get Amy mixed up with Jen Arnold from the Little Couple. She tells Amy that the last time she was here she had her little dog with her...Amy said no...

Matt explains why the word "midget" is frowned upon, although Amy says things are too politically correct in general. They also say that they have remained grounded and unchanged unlike a lot of people on reality shows.



8 comments:

Judy said...

The Roloffs have stayed the same. They are right. Go Roloffs!

But about the clip, that Jacob. If he was my child, I would throw that video game or whatever he has out the window.

Peter said...

Here is an idea. How about the Roloffs aren't allowed the final say on if they have been unaffected by being rich and famous.

I've never heard of a celebrity saying "Yep, fame and money really went to my head."

These talk show hosts need to grow a backbone. Matt and Amy say Matt and Amy are the same people, so the hosts take their words for it "Oh that's great, so many reality show stars change".

Smart viewers have seen how they changed. You can see it in these interviews too.

It's all more Roloff B.S. It's not about the money, but we have a mansion and we have 13 cars and we keep getting paid more money for each season.

They are fame whores that are doing the show to get rich and they like the power and attention that comes with celebrity.

Timothy said...

To me, they sound very self-absorbed. Listen to them talk. Everything is what "the family" gives. What works for "the family".

Spinning aside, the reality is that "the family" is a very materialistic family, who distorts reality to make money. The "kids" are 20 and 16 years old driving around in their vintage cars and don't know a thing about work ethic.

Anonymous said...

Oh yeah, the Roloffs haven't changed at all.

They feel justified to charge people $300 for 30 minutes with them.

Gee whiz, that's not getting caught up in your own fame and ego at all....

Kristi said...

All of the above comments are incredibly bitter and so from the truth. These comments are truly a good example of sour grapes. The Roloff kids have a strong work ethic. They are very polite and grateful for all that being on a hit reality show has provided them. But keep in mind, there is always a price to those perks. People evolve and change with their life experiences, and I don't think the Roloff's are different. With that said, having money and celebrity doesn't really change who people really are, it amplifies it. The Roloff's were and still are sincere, fair and loving people who care deeply about each other, their friends and community. They are living in an extraordinary circumstance that they are navigating through to the best of their ability. Cut them a little slack people.

Rap541 said...

So has Jeremy or Zach ever worked at a job where Daddy wasn't their suprvisor, -or they weren't scoring free advertising for their fav soccer hangout, Kristy? Since they have a strong work ethic...they do work right?

Hey, what's Jeremy and Zach's college classes looking like? Calculus? Or Yoga and Photography? :) I mean... they have a work ethic right? SO they aren't just coasting on easy classes?

And when have the kids expressed any gratitude for what the reality show gives them? I am asking seriously, please point me to examples. I would like to be proven wrong on this. After all... it doesn't hurt them at all to express gratitude...

Diane said...

Krisit, are you a friend of the Roloffs because you sound like you are a friend.

Rap is right. The Roloffs, all of them including Jeremy, zach and Molly never express any gratitude. I get tired of hearing friends of theirs say they do.

The roloffs being nice to you, a friend, does not mean they express gratitude for the perks of being on the tv show and for being able to coast through life.

None of Jeremy, Zach or Molly do anything for fans. They are spoiled and ungrateful. You are probably a rich friend of theirs from Faith Bible. If they treat you normally, good. But that does not in any way make them grateful for having the tv show. Afterall, you aren't the one watching the tv show and buying their dvds and merchandise and make them rich.

They are rude and spoiled. What work ethic do they have? All they do is play all the time. They can't even "work" by making some time for fans in the 5 months they had where they weren't even filming. Some work ethic that is. They can't even do something as easy as show some gratitude.

Rap541 said...

"They are living in an extraordinary circumstance that they are navigating through to the best of their ability. "

Btw - no one is forcing them to suffer this extraordinary circumstance, so perhaps you could stop implying they're being tortured? I mean, oh the horror of navigating a free vacation!

They brag how they are on one season contracts. No one is forcing them to do this so spare me the hysterics over their severe pain over being voluntary media whores.If its so difficult.... they could stop taking the checks, now couldn't they?

Must not be TOO painful if they voluntarily have signed on for what, five years? How terrible, their voluntary extraordinary experience....