There is an interview with Matt Roloff located here:
To recap some of the more interesting points:
- The tone of the interview is what you would expect. Very complimentary. The author says that the Roloffs are just out there beating the pavement like the rest of us. Hmmm. Perhaps in the first couple of seasons. Now? Not so much, in my opinion.
-Matt says they're judged for their wealth and says they always did well financially, but the series adds to their $$$.
-The interviewer asked if Jeremy, Molly and Jake feel resentment towards Zach for being a dwarf like Matt and Amy. He says no.
-Matt jokes that maybe when Jacob is 30 years old they'll sit down with a shrink and figure it all out. He thinks Jacob is typical for being the youngest in a family with 4 kids.
-Matt states that the family doesn't make the LPA conference their family vacation because that's not fair to the 3 average sized kids (although to be real - when you take as many vacations as the Roloffs do; you can afford that luxury).
-Molly asked to bring her two best friends to this years LPA conference in Nashville. It pleases Matt because Molly has grown up with the LPA and wants to share that with her friends. Matt wasn't going to attend, but made plans after Molly's request.
-They talked about the perfect way to end the show. They used to talk about it ending when Jeremy and Zach went off to college but that has obviously changed. Matt says he doesn't see any end in sight for the show now. He used to joke with TLC that Molly's wedding will be the end of the show.
-Matt suggested the perfect ending will be if he keeled over and died...it was a joke, but he says they have discussed that possibility and thought viewers will want to see how the family copes after the loss.
-They have/are discussing the option of breaking the "fourth wall"...bringing fans in and answering viewers questions. Unlike a lot of reality shows, LPBW has never acknowledged that they have the show, on the show.
-Matt says looking back on the last 5 years of the show it has taught him how to be a better husband and father.