Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Previews for the Series Finale of Little People, Big World and the Roloff show

As Amy Roloff recently said in a live chat, December 6th will be the Series Finale of Little People, Big World. These are the 19th and 20th episodes of Season 6.

Despite what the previews suggest, Jeremy and Zach have not moved out and Matt and Amy have not sold the farm.


Dec 06, 8:00 pm
Twins at Twenty

The twins face challenges growing up when Zach puts off buying a new car and Jeremy has a tough time applying for a job.

Dec 06, 8:30 pm
Moving Out

While the twins explore moving into their own apartment, Matt and Amy reevaluate their lives and seriously consider selling the farm.

10 comments:

Greg said...

Real nice, TLC and the Roloffs. End the series based on lies and misleading ideas. I guess we should be impressed that they won't leave viewers thinking somebody died.

David said...

Well, personally, I think they decided a long time ago that the show would end when Jeremy and Zach moved out...but they got tired of waiting for them.

Since they haven't moved out, they need to fool the fans into thinking it's happening.

Susan said...

They aren't selling the farm. It wasn't that long ago that someone was talking about which kid would run the farm in the future.

They've exhausted all possible story lines to attract viewers.

Make viewers think Matt and Amy are divorcing. Make viewers think Matt had a heart attack. Now make viewers think they're selling the farm. The Roloffs really sold their soul and morals to do this show for money.

Em said...

"the twins explore moving into their own apartment"

That sounds as staged and producer suggested as the tours of colleges.

KK said...

I love the show. Please don't end the show Matt! I feel like I know the Roloffs even though they don't know me.

abstractdaisy said...

"The Roloffs really sold their soul and morals to do this show for money"

Seriously? I really hate to be the judge of whether someone has morals but honestly, Matt would sell his children for money and fame and I'm not really sure he had morals to begin with. Matt is an egotistical maniac that wants attention, fame and fortune but doesn't want to work very hard for it. I've got an ex-husband that's just like Matt and it's exasperating to say the least that he will do anything to beat or scam the system just so he doesn't have to work too hard to live nicely.

KK: Matt isn't ending the show. The viewers are sick to death of this soap opera and TLC has read the handwriting on the wall--they're ending the show and thank god for that. If it were up to Matt, we'd be watching him until he was 88.

Shadow said...

"I think they decided a long time ago that the show would end when Jeremy and Zach moved out...but they got tired of waiting for them."

Hahahahaha...loved this line!

Laura said...

I hope the finale is different than it sounds. I was hoping it would be more emotional. I hope they don't end on a misleading note.

Rap541 said...

Oh I am quite positive the show will end with Matt telling us how awesome everything is, in a voiceover, as the family has a "family dinner" for the cameras.

Annie said...

If I was a landlord I would not rent to the boys! What a mess their home is! No one takes responsibility for it! yuck! I am tired of listening to them bicker all the time anyways. Its done