We usually focus our summaries of Amy's coffee chat for more Roloff family oriented talk t rather than Amy's discussion of various current news events (this week she discussed Oprah's finale, the tornadoes and a family suing a doctor for malpractice) or her cooking segments.
So this will be a very brief recap this week because Amy spoke very little about the family.
The most notable thing people might have learned from observing this week's coffee chat is that the Roloff kids apparently hate appearing on Amy's coffee chat.
They had a technical problem at the beginning of the program. Then the camera came on when Amy was still unsure if they were on. She was talking to Jeremy off camera, telling him that there were snacks for him to eat (she mistakenly called him Roger and then corrected herself). Jeremy did not make an actual appearance. Later in the chat, Amy told the viewers that Jeremy was out working for Matt on the dirt project.
Jacob was also seen in the background at the beginning until he realized the camera was on. Amy asked him to bring her coffee when they were still waiting to begin and that was the last time Jacob was seen.
Amy had said she was unsure where Zach was, she thought he might be out. Zach came in right at the end. Amy had him try some food she made and they tried to get him to do a shout out to some live chatters.
When people asked where the kids were, Amy answered that Jacob was hiding somewhere. She explained that the kids think coffee chat is Amy's thing. Once in a while, if they are there and want to be on, Amy will ask them to say "Hi", but Amy said Jacob and the other kids say 'hi' to everyone even if they don't appear...
Other than that, Amy explained that Jacob does not have school on Friday. He does four days a week and not for the full day. According to Amy, Jacob is doing well at the learning facility.
The only other notable thing was after talking about Oprah and her prediction that Oprah will be back doing her show. Amy said "One day I may be back on....one day we may be back on TV. Altogether? Or maybe it'll just be me on with a bunch of other people and we'll have a great time.
That was about all of the "Roloff talk" this week.