As you can see from the site, we've done many items about aftermath of the show and this viewer frenzy about Matt's health and Matt's reaction to it (albeit delayed reaction).
How is Amy handling this frenzy? And the criticism from viewers who feel used and are questioning the Roloffs morals for the cliffhanger ending.
A jaded fan expressed their feelings to Amy and she responded on the Amy Roloff Charity Foundation Page.
Jen T: Amy, it's great you do stuff like Frogtown and support good causes, but I fear you've sold your soul in the name of money and TV ratings. The "ending" last night truly disgusted me. I wonder if you realize how disrespectful it is to all the people who have experienced the panic and pain of finding a family member on the... floor. To use it as "cliffhanger" to get people to watch is deplorable. And then for Matt to delete his Facebook posts last night to hide the fact that he's fine so that naive good hearted people will continue to worry - wow - I'll stop before I say something I regret. But I fear you have all lost your way and shame on you and the producers (you sing their praises but they show their true colors with things like this) for taking advantage of people's emotions.
Amy Roloff: Hey Jen. I appreciate your thoughts. Though Matt is fine it was a scary moment for us though too. WE are grateful all is fine. No, I only give my time to just maybe give a little help for a BIG world through the opportunity I have been given via LPBW. Thank you again.
Mike L.: Praying Matt is ok
Amy: He is fine and the family is doing good. Thanks.