December 2, 2020

Welcome Home Murphy Little People Big World S19E02

Amy: PREVIOUSLY ON”LITTLE PEOPLE, BIG WORLD”.

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IT'S A HUGE MILESTONEWITH JACKSON.

IT'S HIS FIRST BIRTHDAY.

IT'S REALLY SPECIAL TO HAVE THE FAMILIESHERE TOGETHER.

CAN YOU SHOW A ONE?A ONE! THESE OTHER TWO HOUSESHAVE OPEN HOUSES ON SUNDAY.

WE HAVE AN OPEN HOUSEON SATURDAY.

WE BOUGHT A NEW HOUSE.

WE PUT OUR OLDHOUSE UP FOR SALE.

YOU'RE ASSUMING THEIR HOUSEIS GONNA SELL REALLY QUICK.

SUDDENLY YOU'VE GOTTWO MORTGAGES.

YOU CAN ONLY SUSTAIN THATFOR A VERY, VERY SHORT TIME.

I HOPE THE VOLCANO DOESN'T POP.

I LOVE IT, CHRIS.

[ LAUGHS ] Amy: I'M HAPPILYSTILL SEEING CHRIS.

I REALLY DON'T KNOW WHATTHE NEXT STEP WILL BE.

THERE'S NO RING ON THE FINGER, BUT WE ARE DOING GREAT.

[ GROWLS ] Matt: MY RELATIONSHIPWITH CARYN IS GOOD, BUT SHE ISN'T WORKINGFOR THE FARM ANYMORE.

I'M HOPING WE CAN FIGURETHIS FARM DEAL OUT.

IT REALLY DEPENDS ON AMY AND I.

Amy: I DON'T KNOW WHAT THEFUTURE OF THE FARM REALLY HOLDS.

SHOULD I REALLY STAYON THE FARM OR NOT? I JUST WANNA SEE MOTION.

IT DOESN'T HAVE TO BEA BIG WRESTLING MATCH.

I DON'T THINK HE'SGONNA LIKE WHATEVER I DO, SO IT'S LIKE, PFFT.

-MY NAME IS MATT ROLOFF.

-AND I'M AMY ROLOFF.

29 YEARS AGO WEBOUGHT A FAMILY FARM.

Matt: WE RAISED OUR FOURBEAUTIFUL KIDS HERE.

THREE OF THEM AREAVERAGE HEIGHT, AND ONLY ONE IS LITTLE.

Amy: LIKE ANY FAMILY, WE'VE HAD OUR SETBACKS AND CELEBRATIONS.

Matt: A LOT HAS CHANGEDOVER THE YEARS.

Amy: OUR KIDS AREALL GROWN UP NOW.

Matt: AND OUR FAMILY ISGETTING BIGGER.

[ CHEERING ] [ LAUGHS ] Matt: WE'RE THE ROLOFFS, AND OUR STORY GOES ON.

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WE ARE GETTING A PUPPY TOMORROW, AND HIS NAME IS MURPHY.

AND HE'S A BERNESEMOUNTAIN DOG.

I'M PRETTY EXCITED.

OKAY, WHAT DO WE NEED?[ CHUCKLES ] YOU TELL ME.

JACKSON, YOU WANNAPICK OUT A TOY FOR HIM? [ BABBLES ] BABE? -YEAH?-WHAT ARE YOU DOING? THEY HAVETHE TRAINING CLICKERS.

WE DID THE CLICKER WITH SULLY, AND I'M GONNA BE HONEST, IT WASN'T MY FAVORITE THING.

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TORI'S DOG, SULLY, PASSED AWAY WITH CANCER WHEN SHE WAS PREGNANTWITH JACKSON.

HE WAS ONLY THREEAND A HALF YEARS OLD.

THAT'S THE ONE THING, THOUGH, IS I DON'T KNOW HOW BIG HIS NECK IS.

LOSING SULLY WASREALLY DIFFICULT.

IT WAS NOT A GOOD TIMEAT THE ROLOFF HOUSEHOLD.

♪♪ IT WAS SO SUDDEN.

LIKE, WE LOST HIM IN FIVE DAYS.

YOU KNOW, AT THAT POINTI'M SEVEN MONTHS PREGNANT AND I'M JUST THINKING ABOUT, LIKE, HOW GOOD OF FRIENDS MY SON'S GONNA BE WITHTHIS DOG AND HOW GREAT SULLY'S GONNA BE WITH HIM.

IT WAS THE HARDEST THING I'VEEVER EXPERIENCED IN MY LIFE.

♪♪ I'M NOT TRYING TO GETANOTHER DOG TO REPLACE SULLY, BUT I CAN'T WAIT TOBRING THIS PUPPY HOME AND, YOU KNOW, HAVE A DOG AGAIN.

OOH, LOOK AT THAT, IT GETSRID OF ALL THE HAIR FOR YOU.

HOW NICE.

ARE YOU OVER THIS? NOPE, I'M NOT OVER IT.

A LITTLE BIT? LITTLE BIT OVER IT? Tori:YES, I DID PRESSURE ZACHARY.

I JUST WOULD SHOWZACHARY PUPPY PHOTOS LIKE EVERY SINGLE DAY.

AND IT WORKED.

MAYBE WE'LL JUSTTRY THIS, BABE.

Zach: I'M NOT GONNA SAYIT'S ALL TORI.

LIKE, I HAD TOAPPROVE THE PUPPY.

BUT TORI AND SULLY HADA SPECIAL CONNECTION.

SO SOMETIMES WHEN SULLYCAME INTO THE PICTURE, I WAS FEELINGA LITTLE SECOND PLACE.

BUT THIS TIME, THINGS ARE GONNABE DIFFERENT WITH THIS DOG.

WHAT DO YOU THINK? [ CLATTERS ] CAN YOU PICK THAT UP?[ LAUGHS ] ALL RIGHT, WE'RE GOODON THE TOYS.

WHAT? YOU HAVE A BALLIN YOUR HAND, BABE.

WE'RE ALREADY AT $30.

Zach: WE HAVE NO OFFERSON THE OLD HOUSE STILL.

THE REMODEL'S TAKINGA LITTLE LONGER.

MONEY IS DROPPING, SO WE CANNOT AFFORD MORE THAN THE BARE ESSENTIALSFOR THE DOG.

[ SQUEAKING ] DO YOU WANT THE STARFISH ALSO? [ GASPS ] WAIT, WE GOTTA GETTHIS SOCCER BALL.

YEAH, WELL, THINK ABOUT IT.

MISTER! JUST THINK ABOUT IT.

I MEAN, IT IS EXPENSIVE AND IT IS A LOT, BUT I FEEL LIKE WHENEVERI GET REALLY EXCITED ABOUT THINGS, HE ALWAYSFEELS LIKE HE HAS TO, LIKE, PUT THE BRAKES ON.

LIKE, I THINK HE LIKESTHE IDEA OF HAVING A DOG AND, LIKE, HAVING HIS SONGROW UP WITH A DOG, BUT I JUST WISH HE WAS ASEXCITED ABOUT IT AS I AM.

COME HELP PICK OUT FOODAND A BED, OH, AND A KENNEL.

OH, CRAP, WE HAVE A LOT OFTHINGS THAT WE GOTTA GET.

[ SIGHS ] Zach:PUPPIES ARE SO EXPENSIVE.

IT'S NOT JUST GETTINGTHE PUPPY, YOU HAVE TO BUY DOG FOOD, VET SHOTS.

BECAUSE WE'RE SHORT ON MONEY, WHAT CAN WE MINIMIZE? WE'RE NOT JUST GONNA BUY 20 TOYSAND HOPE HE LIKES ONE OF THEM.

IT'S A DOG.

LIKE, HE'S GONNAPLAY IN THE MUD ANYWAY.

DO YOU LIKE JUSTTHE CLASSIC LIKE THAT? PERFECT.

I FEEL LIKE I CANFIND CUTER ONES.

THEY'RE BOWLS.

-I KNOW, BUT.

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-[ BABBLING ] YOU DON'T NEED TOBUY FANCY BOWLS.

YOU JUST NEEDA LITTLE DINGUS BOWL.

[ LAUGHS ]A DINGUS BOWL.

LIKE, YOU CAN USE ANY BOWL.

YOU DON'T EVEN NEED A BOWL.

LIKE, YOU CAN JUST DOA HOSE OR WHATEVER.

I'M JUST SAYING THERE'S STUFFYOU CAN MINIMIZE HERE.

WHERE ARE WE GONNAPUT THIS, THOUGH? IN OUR BEDROOM BECAUSETHEN I CAN HEAR HIM CRY WHEN HE HAS TO GO TOTHE BATHROOM AT 2:00 AM.

IS HE ALWAYS GONNASLEEP IN OUR BEDROOM? YEAH.

DO YOU WANT THIS ONE ORTHE SLIGHTLY SMALLER ONE? Zach:SLIGHTLY SMALLER ONE.

HE CAN OUTGROW ITQUICKLY, THOUGH.

-IF WE HAD THE BIGGER ONE.

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-$60? WHAT THE — OKAY, AND THEN A BED.

AND I CAN TELL YOU'REALREADY OVER IT, SO WE'RE GONNA LEAVE ANDI'M GONNA GO BACK OUT LATER, 'CAUSE YOU'RE ANNOYING.

I THINK THE DIFFERENCEBETWEEN ZACH AND I WHEN IT COMES TORAISING A PUPPY IS I'M A LOT MORE, LIKE, MOTHERLY TO THE PUPPY.

AND HE'S A LOT MORE, LIKE, “IT'S A DOG.

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ALL RIGHT.

THIS PUPPY'SCOMING PRETTY SOON HERE, SO WE GOT TO BATTENTHE HATCHES DOWN.

-GOT IT, BABE?-YEAH.

THANK YOU.

♪♪ THE FARM LOOKS GOOD.

♪♪ YOU GUYS GOT A LOT DONEON IT.

-Matt: MM-HMM.

-I MEAN, IT LOOKS LIKE IT COULD ALMOST SAIL.

Caryn: I'M NOT WORKINGAT THE FARM ANYMORE, BUT AS YOUR GIRLFRIEND, NOTNECESSARILY NOW YOUR EMPLOYEE, I'M STILL WAYINVESTED IN THE FARM AND THE FUTURE AND THE FAMILY, AND, YOU KNOW, I'LL ALWAYS CAREABOUT WHAT YOU'RE DOING, SO.

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I APPRECIATE THAT.

IT'S BEEN A DIFFICULTADJUSTMENT, NO DOUBT ABOUT IT, WITHOUT HER THERE.

IT'S SUMMER NOW, BUT COMEPUMPKIN SEASON, COME FALL, I'M REALLY GONNA BE WORRIED.

WHERE DO YOU TURNTHE WATER ON? UH, TRY THAT LITTLE GOLDVALVE RIGHT THERE.

THAT SHOULD DO IT.

[ GASPS ] DON'T LET IT.

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KILL US.

[ EXHALES ] OKAY, HOLD ON TO IT.

YEAH, JUST, LIKE, A LITTLE BIT, THERE YOU GO.

I SURE HOPE NOW AMY DOESN'TWANT THIS SIDE OF THE PROPERTY NOW THAT I GOT MY TREESPLANTED AND, YOU KNOW.

WHAT IS GOING ON WITH THAT? SHE DOESN'T KNOWWHAT SHE WANTS, AND IT.

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YOU KNOW.

HASN'T IT BEENLIKE TWO YEARS NOW? YEAH.

Matt: AMY AND I DON'T HAVEA TIMELINE TO SOLVE ANYTHING REGARDING THE FARM.

BUT OBVIOUSLY I WANT SOMETHINGTO HAPPEN AT SOME POINT.

I COULD POSSIBLYBUILD A VERY NICE HOME ON MY SIDE OF THE PROPERTY.

I HAVEN'T FLUSHED OUTA FULL VISION ONE WAY OR ANOTHER BECAUSEWHY WOULD I DO THAT WHEN I'M STILL TETHEREDTO AMY'S INDECISIVENESS? NO DECISION IS WORSETHAN A WRONG DECISION.

I TOTALLY AGREE WITH THAT100%.

PROBABLY THE MOST LOGICALOPTION AT THIS POINT IS THAT I WOULD KEEP THIS SIDE, WHERE THE DW IS, LIVE IN IT, SHE WOULD KEEPHER SIDE WITH HER BIG HOUSE, PUT THAT IN HER NAME.

THAT WAY, WE WOULD BE ABLE TODISSOLVE THE PROPERTY LLC BECAUSE WE WOULDN'T NEED IT.

AND THEN WE WOULD JUSTSTILL CO-OWN ROLOFF FARM AND MANAGE THE ROLOFFFAMILY FARM BUSINESS.

THAT'S THE MOST SIMPLESTWAY THAT SHE CAN KEEP HER LIFE EXACTLYTHE WAY IT IS.

WHEN IT COMES TO AMYAND I'S JOINT OWNERSHIP, SOMETHING NEEDS TO CHANGE.

THERE'S TWO CONNECTING FARMS.

THERE'S THE BIG HOUSE, AMY'S HOUSE, AND THAT'S ON 34, 35 ACRES, ROUGHLY.

AND THEN THERE'S DW, MY HOUSE, WHICH IS ON THE 75 ACRES, AND THEY BUTT RIGHT UP AGAINST EACH OTHER.

RIGHT NOW, I OWN HALF HER HOUSEAND SHE OWNS HALF MY HOUSE.

SO WE MIGHT NEEDTO TALK ABOUT THAT.

MY PATIENCE IS GETTING, YOU KNOW, SORT OF THINAT THIS POINT ABOUT IT, SO.

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MAYBE SHE'S JUST IN A PLACE THATTIMING ISN'T QUITE RIGHT FOR IT.

YOU KNOW, LIFE ISALL ABOUT TIMING, AND YOU DON'T WANNA MAKEEVERYTHING MESSED UP.

THE FARM'S A BEAUTIFUL PLACE.

YEAH.

I SUPPOSE IT DESERVESA LITTLE BREATHING ROOM.

YEAH, AND THEN WHAT HAPPENSIS WINTER ROLLS ALONG.

WE'RE DOWN IN ARIZONA, AND ALL'S I CAN THINK ABOUT AT THAT POINT IS GETTINGRID OF THE PLACE.

[ LAUGHS ] YOU'RE ALL — HI, LUCY! YOU'RE ALL OVERTHE BOARD, TOO.

I DON'T KNOW THAT YOUEVEN KNOW WHAT YOU WANT.

YOU WANNA GO DOWN AND PEEON SOME ROCKS? HMM? [ LAUGHS ] ♪♪ [ KNOCKS ] ♪♪ -HEY, MOM.

-IN HERE.

HEY, HI.

-HEY.

-WHAT'S UP? JUST COMING OVER TO PICK UPSOME OF JACKSON'S, UH.

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-BIRTHDAY PRESENTS?-YEAH.

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I THINK THERE'SONE THING IN THE GARAGE I WAS SUPPOSED TO GIVETO TORI, TOO.

Zach: YOU KNOW, AS A PARENT, IT'S JUST REALLY FUN TO MAKE HIS DAY SPECIAL.

THESE WERE LEFT HERE.

ISN'T THIS CUTE? HE HAS SO MANY FRIENDSAND HE GOT SO MANY PRESENTS, WE COULD NOT TAKE THEMALL HOME IN ONE TRIP.

WHAT'S GOING ONIN YOUR WORLD? OH, YEAH, I'M GONNATRY OUT SOMETHING THAT I'VE WANTED TO DO.

CHRIS AND I THOUGHT ABOUT IT, AND, UM, TAKING AN RV TRIP, PULLINGTHE MOTORCYCLE BEHIND IT.

OH, NICE.

CHRIS AND I LOVE ROAD TRIPS.

WE LOVE TRAVELING, AND SO WE DECIDED TO JUST DO A SHORT LITTLE RV TRIP.

IT'S DEFINITELY ANOTHEROPPORTUNITY TO, YOU KNOW, GET TO KNOW EACHOTHER ON A DIFFERENT LEVEL.

I'M LOOKING FORWARD TO IT.

I THINK ANOTHER COUPLE'SCOMING WITH US TOO.

HOPEFULLY THAT'LL BEA GOOD TIME.

YEAH.

CHRIS IS A GOOD THINGFOR MY MOM, I THINK.

IT'S NICE THAT MY MOM'SHAPPY WITH HIM, AND SHE HAS SOMEONETHAT SHE GETS ALONG WITH AND SHE SEEMS TO BEHAVING A GOOD TIME WITH.

LIKE, THAT'S GREAT.

WHAT ARE YOU DOING? WE'RE GONNA GO UPTO EASTERN OREGON AND PICK UP A PUPPY.

OH, REALLY? YEAH, BERNESEMOUNTAIN DOG, MURPHY.

THEY'RE GETTING A NEW PUPPY.

OH, BOY.

YOU'VE GOT A LOT GOING ON.

YOU KNOW, JUST CELEBRATINGJACKSON'S FIRST BIRTHDAY PARTY, ARE EVENTUALLY MOVINGINTO A NEW HOUSE, NOW ON TOP OF THAT, A PUPPY.

I LOOK AT ZACHAND HE DOES LOOK TIRED.

I CAN JUST SEE THE, LIKE, OVERWHELMING-NESS OF EVERYTHINGAT THIS VERY MOMENT.

ARE YOU READY FOR THAT? TORI WANTS IT, AND.

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[ LAUGHS ] I DON'T KNOW.

THAT'LL BE A BIG DOG.

OH, YEAH.

TORI HAS A REALLY SWEET VIEWABOUT PETS AND DOGS.

I GREW UP ON THE FARM.

I'M A LITTLE BIT MORE”A DOG'S A DOG.

” WELL, I THINK THE GOOD THINGABOUT WHATEVER DOG YOU GET IS THAT YOU'RE A PART OF ITFROM THE BEGINNING.

OH, YEAH, IT'S GONNA BEA DIFFERENT RELATIONSHIP THAN SULLY BECAUSEIF THE JACKSON AND MURPHY RELATIONSHIP ISN'T GOOD, IT'S GAME OVER.

IT'LL BE GAME OVERRIGHT THEN AND THERE.

HAVING A PUPPY MEETJACKSON FOR THE FIRST TIME, IT'S LITTLE STRESSFUL.

THE DOG'S GONNA BE HUGE, SO HE HAS TO BE GENTLE.

YOU KNOW, WE'RE ACCEPTING THATTHERE'S GONNA BE, LIKE, BUMPS AND THINGS LIKE THAT, LIKE ACCIDENTS IN THAT WAY, BUT, LIKE, YOU KNOW, BITING ISN'T ALLOWED.

A LOT IS RIDING ONTHAT FIRST MEETING.

YEAH, IF THAT GOES BAD, IT'S OVER.

WELL, YOU KNOW YOUR DADAND I STILL GOT TO THINK ABOUT WHAT WE'REDOING WITH THE FARM.

I DON'T KNOW, IT'S SO HARD.

ANY THOUGHTS ON YOUR END? KIND OF DONE WITH IT.

FARM GOES AWAY, FARM GOES AWAY.

WE'LL NEVER HAVE A SPACELIKE THIS, THOUGH, LIKE.

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NO, I — JUST THE SIZE OF THE PROPERTY.

YOU CAN'T BUY THIS ANYMORE.

I AGREE.

ANY WAY YOU LOOK AT ITTHOUGH, IT'S LIKE.

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IT CHANGED.

IT'S CHANGED.

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YEAH, IT'S NICE, BUT IT'S SLOWLY LOSING THAT GRIP ON US, I GUESS.

YEAH, IT'D BE A REAL SHAMEIF THE FARM WASN'T HERE FOR JACKSON TO GROW UP ON.

BUT IT'S GOTTEN TO THE POINTWHERE IT'S LIKE, IF MY MOM AND DADCAN'T SORT IT OUT, THEN SO BE IT.

IT'S NOT HEALTHY TOGET WRAPPED UP INTO IT.

ANYTHING ELSE GOING ONIN YOUR HOUSE? NO, WE'RE MEETINGWITH THE REALTOR.

REALLY? HASN'T SOLD.

THAT'S KIND OF BUMMED.

YOU WANNA BUY IT?YOU DON'T WANNA BUY IT? NO.

NO, I DON'T.

WHY NOT?CUTE LITTLE THING.

IT IS A CUTE LITTLE THING.

I THINK IT'SA GOOD STARTER HOME.

YOU WOULDN'T LIKETHE KITCHEN, THOUGH.

ALL RIGHT, I'M GONNA HEAD OUT.

THANKS FOR THE GIFTS.

YEAH.

[ ENGINE STARTS ] CAN YOU GET THE DOOR?MY ARMS ARE SO SHORT.

[ LAUGHS ] COMING UP.

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WE NEED SOME FREAKING OFFERS.

THE REALTOR'S COMINGOVER TODAY, AND WE HAVE TWO HOUSE INSURANCES, TWO MORTGAGES, TWO OF EVERYTHING.

THE QUICKER THE OFFER, THE BETTER.

FOR RIGHT NOW, WE'RE JUSTSHOOTING FOR ONE OFFER.

YEAH, OKAY.

Matt: AND LATER.

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-ISN'T THAT COZY?-AW! OH! Amy: CHRIS DOESN'TEXPRESS COMMITMENT.

SOMETIMES I WISH, CAN YOU JUST PUNCH ME AND LET ME KNOW? WELL, HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUTTHAT, ABOUT MARRIAGE? ♪♪ Chris: UM.

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♪♪ WHOEVER'S GONNA BUYTHIS HOUSE, I FEEL LIKE IS GONNA BE, LIKE, AN ELDERLY COUPLE.

WE NEED SOME FREAKING OFFERS.

WHY DID YOU GIVE THAT TO ME? 'CAUSE THEN YOU'LLTAKE IT TO THE TRASH.

IS THAT ALL I'M GOOD FORIS TAKING IT TO THE TRASH? NO, DIDN'T SAY THAT.

THE REALTOR'S COMING OVERTODAY, AND WE JUST KIND OF WANT TO HEAR WHAT HE HAS TO SAYABOUT FEEDBACK ON THE HOUSE AND WHAT PROSPECTIVE BUYERSARE SAYING ABOUT THE HOUSE.

-WHAT'S GOING ON, MAN?-HEY.

-HOW YOU DOING?-HOW YOU DOING? -GOOD.

-YEAH, COME IN.

COME IN.

HI.

HOW ARE YOU? HI.

GOOD.

HOW ARE YOU? GOOD TO SEE YOU.

AM I OKAY WITH SHOES? YEAH, YEAH, YEAH, YOU'RE FINE.

LET'S SIT DOWNON THE COUCH HERE.

THE HOUSE HAS BEEN UP ONTHE MARKET FOR A COUPLE WEEKS AND WE HAVEN'T GOTTENANY OFFERS, WHICH WE DEFINITELYTHOUGHT WE WOULD BY NOW.

SO IT'S A LITTLE FRUSTRATINGAND A LITTLE NERVE-RACKING.

SO WE'VE GOTTENFEEDBACK FROM A COUPLE.

ONE REALLY LIKED IT, AND THEY'RE GONNA TALK AND HOPEFULLY COME BACKOVER THE WEEKEND.

-OKAY.

-THE OTHER ONE, THEY WERE JUST LOOKING FORA MORE TRADITIONAL BACKYARD.

MM, YEAH, FLATTER.

SO, AS BIG AS THAT DECK IS.

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AMEN TO THAT.

YEAH, AMEN TO THAT.

THAT'S WHY WE'RE MOVING.

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WE'RE JUST HEARING THAT THEBACKYARD ISN'T DESIRABLE BECAUSE IT'S ON A HILL.

WHICH WE KNEW THAT.

HONESTLY THOUGH, LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION.

THERE'S A TON OFPOTENTIAL THERE.

BUT IT IS SPECIFICALLYA STARTER HOME.

AND COUPLES JUST TAKEONE LOOK AT THE BACKYARD AND THE BACKYARD ISLIKE THIS.

SO THEY WERE LOOKINGFOR, LIKE, A FLATTER, LIKE BASIC, NOT THE HILL.

LIKE, IF WE COULD PUT A FENCEAROUND THE FRONT YARD.

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IN THE BACK, THAT'S WHATTHEY WERE LOOKING FOR.

Zach: YEAH FOR TORI AND ME, LIKE, WE WANNA — WE WANNA GET OUT.

LIKE, NO RENT BACK, 30 DAY CLOSE FOR MEIS, LIKE, THE PLAN.

WELL, IF OUR NEW HOUSEEVER GETS FINISHED.

GET FIN– BUT LIKE, I'M SAYING, LIKE, FOR ME, LIKE, THE QUICKER THE OFFER, THE BETTER, IN MY OPINION.

FOR RIGHT NOW, WE'RE JUSTSHOOTING FOR ONE OFFER.

♪♪ YEAH, JUST ONE STRONG OFFER, AND THEN IF I CAN PLAY THAT INTO MORE, TWO ORTHREE, THEN THAT'S GREAT.

BUT FOR RIGHT NOW, WE'REJUST TRYING TO GET PEOPLE TO COME LOOK AT IT.

YEAH, OKAY.

I FEEL LIKE THE ONE THATJUST WENT FOR SALE BEHIND US, LIKE, THEY HADA TON OF OFFERS.

LIKE, IN THIS SORT OF AREA, DO YOU EXPECT US TO HAVE MORE, LIKE, OFFERSBY THE END OF THE WEEKEND, OR, LIKE.

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AS MUCH AS I'D LIKE TO GET FIVE OFFERS TODAY, WE MIGHT HAVE TO BEA LITTLE BIT MORE PATIENT.

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IT MIGHT TAKE A FEW MORE DAYS, MAYBE A COUPLE OF WEEKS.

OH, SO — OKAY, SO IT COULD BE — OKAY, INTERESTING.

THAT'S NICE.

YEAH, OKAY, YEAH.

THIS IS OUR FIRST TIMESELLING A HOME, SO WE'RE.

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I DON'T KNOW.

Zach: HONESTLY, LIKE, IT'S KIND OF SHOCKING.

WE THOUGHT IT WASGONNA SELL RIGHT AWAY, EASY PEASY, DONE WITH IT.

WE PROBABLY SHOULD HAVESOLD OUR HOUSE FIRST BEFORE WE STARTED ALL THERENOVATIONS IN OUR NEW HOUSE, BUT WE WANTED TO DO ITBEFORE WE MOVED IN, SO WE JUST WENT FOR IT, AND, YOU KNOW, NOW — WE'RE IN A LITTLE BITOF A PICKLE RIGHT NOW.

THANKS FOR COMING BY.

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THANKS A LOT, MAN.

TWO HOUSE INSURANCES, TWO MORTGAGES, TWO WATER BILLS, TWO EVERYTHING — JUST VERY STRESSFULAT THE MOMENT.

[ BLUSTERS ] -AHH!-I KNOW.

♪♪ [ WHISTLING ] HEY, HI.

WHAT ARE YOU DOING? JUST TAKING A WALK.

WHAT ARE YOU DOING? WATCHING MY WINE CELLARCOLLAPSE.

Amy: I OFTEN LIKE TO TAKE A WALKAROUND THE FARM WITH FELIX.

YOU KNOW, HE HELPS ME GET OUT.

AND SINCE I'VE BEEN PACKINGFOR THE RV TRIP ALL MORNING, I DON'T KNOW, I JUST NEEDED A BREAK.

I HAVE TO DOSOMETHING ABOUT THIS.

CHECK THIS OUT.

I THINK THE WHOLE BARNNEEDS TO COME DOWN.

SAVE THE WOOD.

THIS BARN HAS TO BE SAVED.

IT'S A HUGE AMOUNT OF RESOURCESTO BE ABLE TO DO THAT.

SQUARE HEAD NAIL.

MM-HMM.

ISN'T THAT BEAUTIFUL? YEAH, THEY DON'T DOTHAT TOO MUCH ANYMORE.

WELL, THAT BARN WAS PROBABLYBUILT IN VERY EARLY 1900s.

[ SIGHS ] THAT NAIL, TO ME, IT'S PRETTY SYMBOLIC OF AMY DOESN'T KNOW WHATSHE'S GETTING INTO.

EVEN AFTER ALMOST 30 YEARS, THIS FARM WOULD LANGUISH IF IT DIDN'T HAVE SOMEBODYWHO WAS PAYING ATTENTION.

SO WHAT'S YOUR THOUGHTS ON — HAVE YOU MADE ANYPROGRESSION IN YOUR THINKING? WELL, I THINK, YOU KNOW, WHAT'S ON OUR MIND IS I COULD TAKE THIS ONE, YOU TAKE THIS ONE.

I COULD STAY HERE, YOU STAY THERE.

THAT'S TWO SCENARIOS? THAT'S, YEAH, THAT'SONE AND THEN TWO.

OKAY, THREE IS THAT ONEOF US BUYS THE OTHER ONE COMPLETELY OUT.

-OF BOTH OF THEM.

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AND SELL THE WHOLE THING.

Matt: YOU KNOW, ONE OFTHE OPTIONS IS THAT WE WOULD EACH TAKE ONEOF THE SIDES OF THE FARM.

AND THEN WE STILLHAVE TO FIGURE OUT HOW TO CO-OWN THE BUSINESS, BUT WE WOULDN'T HAVETO CO-OWN THE LAND.

I DON'T MIND KEEPINGTHE ROLOFF FARM BUSINESS INTACT FOR A LITTLE BIT, BUT WE SHOULD ELIMINATETHE ROLOFF PROPERTY'S LLC.

♪♪ BASICALLY WHAT I'M PROPOSING IS DISSOLVING ROLOFF PROPERTIES.

THERE'S A CORPORATIONTHAT AMY AND I BOTH OWN THAT HOLDS BOTH OFTHESE PROPERTIES.

SO THERE'S RULESABOUT WHO CAN DO WHAT.

SO WHEN WE'RE TALKING ABOUTDISSOLVING THAT CORPORATION, THE RULES WOULD MELT AWAYAND ONE OF US WOULD OWN ONE AND ONE OF US WOULDOWN THE OTHER.

THIS IS A GREAT COMPROMISE.

I FIRMLY BELIEVE IN, YOU KNOW, WIN, WIN, WIN SITUATIONS.

SO ONCE THATAGREEMENT'S EXTINGUISHED, THEN YOU COULD DOWHAT YOU WANT.

YOU COULD SIGN AWAYYOUR WORLD OVER THERE.

I COULD SIGN AWAYMY WORLD HERE, VICE VERSA.

WE'D BE LIKE NEIGHBORS.

FOR ME, GOING INTO ANY OFTHESE TALKS WITH MATT, YOU KNOW, I STILL GET LEERY.

I STILL GET INTIMIDATED.

I AM VERY MUCH GUARDEDBECAUSE I'M LIKE, MAN, HE KNOWS SOMETHINGMORE THAN I DO.

I JUST WANNA –I WANNA GET IT SETTLED.

I DON'T WANNA STALLIT OUT ANYMORE.

I ALMOST DON'T CARE ANYMOREABOUT WHAT WAY IT GOES JUST AS LONG AS WE GETTO THAT NEXT STAGE.

I MAY HAVE LEARNED A LITTLELATE, REGRETTABLY, BUT THERE'S NO WAYI'M GONNA SAY ANYTHING DEFINITIVE RIGHT HERE.

OKAY, GOOD STUFF.

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WE'LL KEEP WORKING ON IT.

COME HERE, PUP.

WELL, IF YOU HAPPEN TONEED ANYTHING FROM ME, JUST GIVE ME A CALLOR SOMETHING LIKE THAT.

I'M JUST GONNA BEGONE FOR THE WEEKEND.

WE'RE GONNA TRY OUTDOING AN RV TRIP PULLING THE MOTORCYCLEBEHIND IT.

-OH, HOW FUN IS THAT?-COME ON.

I'M GONNA GET BACK TO WORK.

HAVE FUN ON YOUR RV TRIP.

-THANK YOU.

-DON'T CRASH.

[ AMY LAUGHS ] ♪♪ ALL RIGHT, WE'RE 10 MINUTESBEHIND SCHEDULE.

Amy:THIS CAME UNRAVELED.

[ AMY LAUGHS ] I THOUGHT I WASHOLDING IT BY THE LOOP.

I DIDN'T REALIZE IT WAS.

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IT'S FINALLY HAPPENING, AND WE'RE PACKING UP AND GETTING READYTO GO ON THE ROAD.

WE'RE GONNA DRIVETO A CAMPGROUND NEAR THE McKENZIE RIVER, AND IT'S GONNA BE A GREAT TIME.

WE'LL DO ONE NIGHT WITHOUR FRIENDS RON AND BETH AND THEN ONE NIGHTWITH JUST US.

OOH, OOH, OOH.

I'M LOOKING FORWARD TO JUSTHAVING FUN WITH FRIENDS AND SPENDING TIME WITH AMY, AND SOUNDS LIKE A GOOD PARTY.

OKAY, THERE ARE SIX OF THOSETEAS IN THE COOLER ALREADY.

DO YOU WANT THESE OTHER SIX? YEP.

ALL RIGHT.

Chris: YOU TEND TO BRINGA LOT OF STUFF.

Amy: WELL, I LIKE TO EAT.

YOU KNOW, IF A MAJOR DISASTER HIT WHILE WE'RE ON OUR TRIP, WE'RE COVERED FOR THE NEXT — WE WILL NOT GO HUNGRY.

THAT'S RIGHT.

YOU KNOW, IF WE LIFT UPTHOSE SEATS AND STUFF, OR THOSE DRAWERS, THEY HAVE, I THINK, STORAGE IN THEM TOO.

Amy: I'M NOT THE MOSTORGANIZED PERSON.

AND I THINK BEING MARRIED TOMATT, IT DID FRUSTRATE HIM.

IS THAT TABLEGONNA STAY THERE? WHY, YOU WANNA PUTIT SOMEWHERE ELSE? NO, BUT I PUT MYCHAIRS RIGHT THERE.

AND I THOUGHT THATWAS A GOOD PLACE, TOO.

CHRIS IS A PLANNER.

HE'S GOT A LIST AND HE'S VERY –HE PACKS A CERTAIN WAY.

BUT I THINK IT COMPLEMENTS ME.

I THINK IT PUSHES ME TOSTEP IT UP A LITTLE BIT.

AND THEN HOPEFULLYI PUSH HIM TO BE — IT'S OKAY IF IT'S NOT PERFECT.

[ ENGINE RUMBLING ] OKAY, AMY, I WANT YOUTO WATCH UNDERNEATH AND SEE IF IT LOOKS LIKEIT'S GONNA HIGH CENTER.

WHAT DOES THAT MEAN? THAT MEANS IF IT LOOKSLIKE THE BOTTOM OF THE BIKE IS GONNA HIT.

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OH, I SEE, OKAY.

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RIGHT THERE BEFOREI CAN GET ALL THE WAY IN.

OOPS.

THAT WAS MY FAULT.

I DIDN'T HAVE THAT LOCKED IN.

UH, CHRIS.

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Chris: [BLEEP].

♪♪ OH, BOY.

I REALLY HOPE THATTHIS DOESN'T RUIN THE TRIP.

DAMN IT, I SURE THOUGHTI HAD THAT LOCKED.

[ SIGHS ] [ ENGINE RUMBLING ] OOPS.

[ BLEEP ] ♪♪ CHRIS AND I ARE GETTINGREADY TO GET IN THE RV AND JOIN UP WITHOUR GOOD FRIENDS, RON AND HIS GIRLFRIEND BETH, AND IT ALREADY GOT OFFTO NOT A VERY GOOD START.

OOPS.

DAMN IT.

I SURE THOUGHTI HAD THAT LOCKED.

Chris: THERE WAS A LITTLEMISHAP WITH THE TRAILER COMING OFF THE HITCH AND GOING WHERE ITWASN'T SUPPOSED TO GO.

[ BOTH LAUGH ] JUST ONE OF THOSE MOMENTSWHEN YOU'RE LIKE, “I CAN'T BELIEVE I DID THAT.

” IT WASN'T A GOOD START.

TOO MANY THINGS ON MY MIND.

I KNOW.

[ LAUGHS ] BUT WE'RE GONNA BE OKAY, OKAY? IT'S GONNA GO GOOD.

I DEFINITELY HOPE CHRISCAN RECOVER FROM THIS.

'CAUSE OTHERWISE THISWILL BE DEFINITELY A VERY LONG WEEKEND.

OKAY.

-OKAY.

-ON THE ROAD AGAIN? -YEAH.

-IN A DIFFERENT WAY.

ALMOST.

YOU KNOW WHAT?JUST CHILL FOR A MINUTE.

TAKE A BREATHER AND.

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[ INHALES ] MM.

[ ENGINE STARTS ] WE'RE GONNA HAVE A GOOD TIME.

OH, I THINK I'M STILLLEARNING HOW TO GET CHRIS OUT OF A FUNK OR WHENHE'S IN A MOOD, BUT I USUALLY JUST EITHERCHANGE THE SUBJECT OR TALK ABOUT SOMETHINGTHAT WE BOTH LIKE TO DO.

BUT THERE WAS HARDLYANY REACTION FROM HIM.

WE'LL JUST GET THEREWHEN WE CAN.

YOU KNOW? ♪♪ ♪♪ [ DOG WHIMPERING ] HI.

Zach: TORI AND ME JUST MADETHE EIGHT-HOUR TREK TO PICK UP MURPHY WHILE AUNT IZZYAND UNCLE JACOB WATCH JACKSON.

HAVE YOU SEEN A BERNER PUPPY? THEY'RE JUST LIKE GIANTSTUFFED TEDDY BEARS.

THEY'RE THE CUTEST THINGS EVER.

[ WHIMPERS ] AND THEN THEY TURN OUTTO BE 150 POUNDS AND THEN PEOPLE ARE LIKE, “WAIT A MINUTE.

WHAT DID I JUST DO?” FEELS REALLY GREAT HAVINGMURPHY BE A PART OF OUR FAMILY.

[ LAUGHS ] I MEAN, MAYBE.

-YAY, WE'RE HOME.

-HERE WE GO.

ALL RIGHT, LET'S GETTHAT PUPPY.

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HEY, PUPPY.

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IN FRONT OF JACKSON.

Tori: ALL RIGHT, LET'S GOMEET YOUR NEW FRIEND.

I MEAN, I DEFINITELY WASN'TAS EXCITED TO PICK HIM UP AS I THOUGHT I WAS GOINGTO BE BECAUSE I ALSO FELT LIKE I'D PRESSUREDZACHARY INTO IT.

BABE, I THINK HE GOTBIGGER ON THE CAR RIDE.

-YEAH?-[ LAUGHS ] WITH SULLY IT WAS EASY.

IT WAS JUST ME, ITONLY AFFECTED MY LIFE, WHEREAS MURPHY, IT'S LIKE, HE'S NOT MY PRIORITY, LIKE, I HAVE TWO OTHERHUMAN BEINGS THAT ARE, LIKE, RELYING ON ME, SO I THINKI WAS A LOT MORE NERVOUS THIS TIME AROUND.

OKAY, WAIT, I'M GONNALET HIM WALK IN.

OKAY, GO, GO GET ZACH.

THE MOMENT OF TRUTH, JACKSON AND MURPHYARE ABOUT TO MEET.

COME ON, PUPPY.

♪♪ Zach: THEY'RE BOTH SO YOUNG, SO IMPRESSIONABLE, JUST LIKE ANYTHING RIGHT NOWCOULD SET THE TONE.

AND THE OTHER THING TOO IS, LIKE, WE DON'T KNOW THE DOG.

-YEAH.

-LIKE AT ALL.

THIS COULD BE GAME OVERBEFORE WE EVEN START.

ALL RIGHT.

[ GROANS ] WHAT DO YOU THINK, BUD? [ KISSES ]COME HERE, PUP.

WHAT DO YOU THINK? DO YOU EVEN CARE?LIKE, DO YOU EVEN KNOW THERE'S A DOG IN YOUR YARD? Zach: I THINK HE DOES.

WHAT DO YOU THINK, BUD? NO BITING, THOUGH.

DON'T LET HIM BITE YOU.

GENTLE, MURPHY, NO BITING.

HE SEEMS TO LIKE JACKSON.

JACKSON SEEMSTO TOLERATE HIM.

YEAH.

LOOK AT HIM PUSH HIM AWAY.

LOOK AT HIM PUSH –“GET OFF MY MOM.

” NOW WE HAVE THREE CUTE BOYS.

I'M SURROUNDED BY CUTE BOYS.

I WASN'T REALLY NERVOUSABOUT HOW JACKSON WOULD REACT TO THE PUPPY, I WAS MORENERVOUS HOW THE PUPPY WOULD INTERACT WITH JACKSON.

OKAY, BE GENTLE.

HI, MURPHY.

JUST 'CAUSE HE'S LITTLEAND PUPPIES HAVE TEETH.

YEAH, BUT MURPHY WAS GREAT.

HE WAS REALLY GOOD.

[ GASPS ]LOOK AT J, LOOK AT J, HE'S LITERALLY, LIKE –HE'S, LIKE, REACHING FOR HIM.

PUPPY.

[ KISSES ]COME HERE, PUP.

THEY'RE GONNA BE BEST BUDS.

PUPPY SLEEPING INOUR ROOM, TORI? COME HERE.

AH! MOM HAS ABANDONED US.

BRINGING HOME A PUPPYFOR THE FIRST TIME IS ALWAYS, LIKE — YOU NEVERKNOW HOW THAT FIRST NIGHT'S GONNA GO, AND I'M JUSTTHANKFUL ZACH IS WARMING UP TO THE IDEA OF HAVINGHIM IN OUR ROOM.

SO, TORI, COME OUT HERE WITH ME.

LET'S GET THE KENNEL.

I JUST NEED SOMEONETO GRAB JACKSON.

WELL, YOU GRAB JACKSON.

I'LL GRAB THE KENNEL.

WHY CAN'T I EVERDO THE MANLY JOB? 'CAUSE YOU HAVEA MUSCLE DEFICIENCY.

GOSH DANG IT.

Tori: MY WHOLE PLAN IS LIKE, I'M GONNA GET UP WITH HIM.

IF HE PEES OR POOPS IN THEHOUSE, I'M GONNA CLEAN IT UP.

JUST 'CAUSE I DON'TWANNA HEAR HIM MOAN AND COMPLAIN ABOUT IT.

[ DOOR CLOSES ] OKAY, YOU'RE GONNA LIFT ITJUST SO I DON'T SCRATCH THE HARDWOOD FLOORS.

LOOK AT JACKSON'S LIKE, “MY NEW BED! THANKS, MOM AND DAD.

” CAN WE GET THEM BOTH IN THERE? WELL, LET'S GET HIMIN FIRST.

LET'S GET THIS INTO THE ROOM.

THIS IS THE WEIRDESTTHING WE'VE EVER DONE.

-WHY?-IT'S JUST WEIRD.

COME HERE, MURPHY, COME ON.

DO YOU WANNA GO GET IN YOUR BED?COME ON, THERE YOU GO.

OH, MY GOSH, ARE YOU KIDDING ME? BABE, OUR LIVES JUSTGOT SO MUCH CRAZIER.

[ ZACH LAUGHS ] Amy: COMING UP.

.

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HOW YOU DOING, BILL? -I'M DOING WONDERFUL.

-WHAT'S THE POT FOR? I TRY TO DO THESE GUYS' NIGHTSEVERY ONCE IN A WHILE.

-I'M READY FOR A BEER.

-THE FARM'S UNIQUE.

I MEAN, NOT EVERYBODYHAS A BACKYARD THAT YOU CAN JUSTKNOCK A GOLF BALL.

SO WHAT WOULD WE DO IFYOU SOLD THIS PLACE? I DON'T KNOW.

BUT THE BIG QUESTION IS, ARE THE KIDS ATTACHED TO IT? YEAH, I THINK THEY ARE.

YOU DID ALL THIS FORYOUR KIDS TO START WITH.

WHY WOULD YOU WANNAGIVE ALL THAT UP? ♪♪ ♪♪ Chris: WE MADE IT.

Amy: WE FINALLY ARRIVEDAT THE CAMPGROUND, AND IT IS SO WONDERFUL TOSEE OUR FRIENDS RON AND BETH.

CHRIS HAS KNOWN THEMFOR A LONG TIME, AND I THINKA TRIP LIKE THIS, ESPECIALLY WHEN YOU'RE GONNATAKE A MOTORCYCLE RIDE AROUND, IT'S KIND OF FUN TO DO ITWITH ANOTHER COUPLE, AS WELL.

SO THIS IS WHAT HAPPENED.

WHEN I PULLED THE BIKEUP ON THAT.

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-YEAH.

-THIS POPPED UP.

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[ GASPS ] .

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AND PUNCHEDRIGHT THROUGH THERE.

I DID NOT WANNA TELL RONAND BETH ABOUT MY MISHAP, BUT THANKS TO AMY, IT WAS BROUGHT UP.

[ LAUGHTER ] THURSDAY NIGHT CARDS, I CAN SEE A STORY COMING ON.

OH, THERE'S NO NEED TO TELLTHE POKER BOYS ABOUT THAT.

YEAH, RIGHT.

[ LAUGHTER ] I WAS VERY GLAD THAT WECOULD PUT THE DENT IN THE RV SITUATION BEHIND USAND REALLY ENJOY THE TRIP.

TOOK ME A COUPLE HOURSTO SHAKE IT OFF, BUT ONE OF THOSE THINGS THATWILL NEVER, EVER HAPPEN AGAIN.

[ LAUGHS, KISSES ] ♪♪ [ ENGINE RUMBLING ] CHRIS HAS REALLY BEENWANTING TO TAKE ME TO McKENZIE PASS, AND SO WE'REGONNA TAKE THE BIKES OUT FOR THE DAY AND JUSTENJOY THE RIDE.

OKAY, YOU READY, BABE? MY SCARF IS READY, WHOA! ♪♪ WHAT I REALLY LOVE ABOUTAMY IS THAT SHE'S WILLING TO TRY NEW THINGS WITH ME, ESPECIALLY WHEN IT COMES TO THE MOTORCYCLE.

THAT'S A BIG PASSION OF MINE.

I LOVE HER ADVENTUROUS SPRIT, AND THAT'S WHAT'SJUST GONNA MAKE HER A GREAT PARTNERFOR THE LIFE ADVENTURES THAT ARE AHEAD OF US.

Amy: WHOO! ♪♪ THIS IS IT.

♪♪ OH, MAN, LOOK AT THAT.

Amy: CHRIS MAKES ME SEE LIFEIN A WHOLE DIFFERENT WAY.

WHAT DO YOU THINK, BABE? DOES IT FEEL LIKE YOU'REON A DIFFERENT PLANET? OH, GOSH, YES.

THIS IS VERY COOL.

♪♪ IT'S SO PRETTY.

I PROBABLY HAVE DONE MORE THINGSIN THE LAST SEVERAL YEARS THAN I'VE DONE IN A LONG TIMEWITH MY FRIENDS AND — WITH CHRIS.

WAIT, THERE'S MORE.

OH, WE CAN GO EVEN HIGHER? AND IT'S KIND OF, YOU KNOW, “WOW, THERE'S A WHOLEOTHER LIFE OUT THERE THAN.

.

.

JUST THIS FARM.

” EVEN THOUGH ITWAS A ROUGH START, IT'S LIKE, OKAY, IT'SGONNA GET BETTER.

IT'S GONNA ALL BE GOOD.

[ SMOOCHING ] ♪♪ LUCY, WE'RE GONNA HAVESOME PEOPLE OVER TONIGHT, SO YOU'RE GONNA BETHE ONLY GIRL HERE.

♪♪ [ DOORBELL RINGS ] -HEY.

-HEY! -HOW YOU DOING, BILL?-I'M DOING WONDERFUL.

WHAT'S THE POT FOR? YOU KNOW, IN CASEI NEED A POT.

I TRY TO DO THESE GUYS' NIGHTSEVERY ONCE IN A WHILE, AND OVER THE YEARSI'VE REALLY DEVELOPED A KIND OF NEAT EXTENDEDGROUP OF FRIENDS.

[ DOORBELL RINGS ] -HEY!-HEY! -HOW YOU DOING?-BILL.

GOOD TO SEE YOU.

♪♪ [ DOORBELL RINGS ] THERE HE IS.

HEY, I JUST READ ON FACEBOOK.

-DID YOU SEE THAT?-CONGRATULATIONS, MY FRIEND.

-IT'S BEEN TOO LONG.

-GOOD TO SEE YOU.

WELL ONE THING I THINKTHAT'S REALLY, REALLY HEALTHY IS FOR GUYS TO HAVE FRIENDS AND GET TOGETHERWITH THEIR BUDDIES.

WHOA! NICE, BILL.

IT'S THE TIME TO HANG OUTAND GUYS CAN BE GUYS AND BARBECUE A LITTLE BIT.

IT'S FUN, AND I ENJOYSETTING IT UP.

-I'M READY FOR THE 19th GREEN.

-[ LAUGHS ] I'M READY FOR A BEER.

THE FARM'S UNIQUE.

I MEAN, NOT EVERYBODY HAS A BACKYARD THAT YOU CAN JUST KNOCK A GOLFBALL OUT AS FAR AS YOU CAN.

HE JUST GOT ENGAGED.

WELL, CONGRATULATIONS.

RIGHT ON.

TELL US HOW YOU DID IT.

DID YOU JUST, LIKE, COME OUT OF THE BLUE AND POP THE QUESTION? I GOTTA KNOW, 'CAUSE THAT MIGHTCOME UP WITH ME ONE DAY.

-ARE YOU GETTING READY?-NO, I DON'T KNOW.

[ LAUGHTER ] MY RELATIONSHIP WITHCARYN FEELS EFFORTLESS.

WE, YOU KNOW, DOREAL WELL TOGETHER.

WE CARE ABOUT EACH OTHER, SO WE'RE MOVING RIGHT ALONG.

[ LAUGHS ] I HAVE NO IDEA.

-I WENT TO —OH, NO.

-REFILL.

-WATCH THAT, MAN.

KEEP COUNT.

IT'S ALRIGHT, NO LOSS.

IT WAS LIGHT.

[ LAUGHTER ] ♪♪ GET THIS THING GOING HERE.

Chris: RON AND BETH AREREAL GOOD FRIENDS.

THEY'VE KNOWN EACH OTHERFOR SEVERAL YEARS, BUT THEY ACTUALLYSTARTED DATING JUST A FEW MONTHSBEFORE WE DID.

-REALLY?-YEAH.

Ron: CHRIS, THAT IS ONEHECK OF A NICE FIRE.

-THANKS, MAN.

-ISN'T THAT COZY? -AWW!-OHH! THEY'RE TRYING TO FIGURE OUTWHAT THE FUTURE LOOKS LIKE AND THEY'VE DISCUSSEDMARRIAGE AND LIVING TOGETHER, AND THEY'RE AT THAT POINT WHERETHEY'RE TRYING TO WORK THAT OUT.

[ CHUCKLING ] WELL, HE HAS NEVER BEEN MARRIED.

HAVE YOU EVER BEEN MARRIED? YES.

DO WE HAVE TO BRING THAT UP? JUST SAY YES OR NO.

HE HAS.

YEAH, I'VE BEEN MARRIED BEFORE.

HE ALMOST LOST HIS FINGER, LACK OF CIRCULATION, RIGHT? [ LAUGHTER ] STOP IT.

BUT — STOP IT.

[ LAUGHTER ] ALRIGHT, OKAY, I TAKE IT BACK.

OKAY, 'CAUSE THAT'SNOT NICE.

Amy: MARRIAGE TO ME ISVERY, VERY IMPORTANT.

I MEAN, EVEN THOUGHI'M DIVORCED, I STILL VALUEAND WILL HOLD UP HIGH THE WHOLE CONCEPT, THE REASON, THE PURPOSE THATMARRIAGE IS HERE.

AND IF BY CHANCE I GET TO, YOU KNOW, DO THAT AGAIN, I WOULD STILL PUTEVERYTHING THAT I CAN, AS BEST I CAN, YOU KNOW, TO MAKE IT WORK.

WHEN I GOT MARRIED, I MET MATT AT A CONFERENCE.

I SAW HIM FOUR TIMES, WE WERE MARRIED, AND THEN, YOU KNOW, THAT.

OH, MY GOODNESS, WOW.

WOW! SO, DATING CHRIS, I'M CALLING UP MY GIRLFRIENDSAND I'M LIKE, “WHAT IS DATING? I DON'T EVEN KNOWWHAT THE HELL THAT IS.

” [ LAUGHS ] WELL, HOW DO YOU FEELABOUT THAT, ABOUT MARRIAGE? I MEAN, I NEVER ASKED YOU THAT.

UM, I'VE SEEN A LOT OFFAILED MARRIAGES, A LOT OF DIVORCES IN MY FAMILY.

YEAH.

ALL MY SIBLINGS, MY MOTHER.

I MEAN, I SAW A LOTOF EXAMPLES OF PEOPLE THAT LOVED EACH OTHER BUTCOULD NOT LIVE WITH EACH OTHER.

YEAH, ALRIGHT.

YEAH.

BUT I'M CERTAINLYNOT AGAINST MARRIAGE.

I NEVER THOUGHT I'D BETHIS AGE AND STILL SINGLE.

WELL, I'M GLAD TO SEE THATYOU'RE NOT AGAINST MARRIAGE, 'CAUSE.

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NO, I'M NOT AGAINST IT.

ABSOLUTELY NOT.

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THAT WOULD BE A PROBLEM.

CHRIS DOESN'TEXPRESS COMMITMENT.

IT'S DEFINITELY MOREOF AN INDIRECT WAY.

SO, YOU KNOW, I WASPLEASANTLY SURPRISED THAT HE IS OPEN TO MARRIAGE.

-MARRIAGE STILL WORKS.

-Ron: IT DOES.

ABSOLUTELY.

IT IS AN INSTITUTIONTHAT DOES WORK.

I HAVE SEEN ENOUGH, WHEREIT STILL GIVES ME HOPE.

I'M NOT HERE TO PUSH HIM.

I'M NOT HERE FOR HIMTO DO SOMETHING THAT HE'S NOWHERE READY FOR.

BUT IF MARRIAGE IS MEANTTO HAPPEN FOR ME AGAIN, THE SECOND TIME, THEN I WOULDSING “HALLELUJAH.

” I'M CERTAINLYENJOYING OUR JOURNEY.

-Ron: I CAN SEE THAT, YEAH.

-YEAH.

CAN DEFINITELY SEE THAT.

YOU GUYS MAKE A GREAT COUPLE.

YOU'RE LUCKY.

[ LAUGHTER ] AND YOU KNOW WHAT?YOU'RE EVEN LUCKIER.

[ LAUGHS ] -AMEN TO THAT.

-I WON'T ARGUE WITH THAT.

[ LAUGHTER ] ♪♪ Man: IT'S VERY, VERY GOOD.

WELL, THANK YOU GUYSFOR THE GOLFING DEMONSTRATION.

YOUR FARMHAND'SNOT GONNA THANK YOU.

YEAH, HE'S GOTTA GO PICK UPALL THOSE GOLF BALLS.

WHO SAID THE FARMHAND'S DOINGIT? YOU GUYS GET OUT THERE.

[ LAUGHTER ]-OH, MY GOD.

SO WHAT WOULD WE DOIF YOU SOLD THIS PLACE? WHERE WOULD WE HANG OUT? Man: YEAH.

YEAH.

I DON'T KNOW.

I MEAN, I'M ATTACHEDTO THIS FARM, BUT I CAN — ARIZONA'S COOL, TOO.

BUT THE BIG QUESTION IS, ARE THE KIDS ATTACHED TO IT? YEAH, I THINK THEY ARE.

I THINK IF ALL THINGSBEING EQUAL, ZACH AND, YOU KNOW, JEREMY AND MOLLY AND JACOB AND EVERYBODY WOULD WANNAKEEP THE FARM, YOU KNOW.

WHY WOULDN'T YOU, YOU KNOW?IT' A WONDERFUL PLACE.

BUT I THINK EVERYBODY'S TIRED, MYSELF INCLUDED, OF THE INDECISIVENESS ABOUT IT.

SO, I THINK I'VE GOTTENTHEIR EMOTIONAL PERMISSION TO MOVE ON AT ANY TIME.

Brian:IT'S NOT ABOUT YOU ANYMORE, IT'S ABOUT YOUR KIDSAND THE FUTURE.

IT'S GRANDKIDS.

AND THE FUTURE OF THE FARM AND THE GRANDKIDS.

GRANDKIDS, YEAH.

RIGHT? YEAH, WATCHING LITTLE JACKSON AND AMBER ENJOY THIS PLACE IS HAVING AN IMPACT ON ME, NO DOUBT ABOUT IT.

I MEAN, YOU BUILT IT FORYOUR KIDS TO START WITH.

YOU DID ALL THIS FORYOUR KIDS TO START WITH.

WHY WOULD YOU WANNAGIVE ALL THAT UP? YOU KNOW, I'M HOPINGTHAT WE CAN, YOU KNOW, KEEP THIS FARM LONG ENOUGHFOR THE GRANDBABIES TO GROW UP AND, YOU KNOW, ACTUALLY ENJOY IT.

BUT AMY AND I NEED TOSETTLE THE OWNERSHIP ISSUE SO THAT WE BOTH FEELLIKE WE HAVE THE FREEDOM TO DO WHAT WE WANT.

WHAT SHOULD I DO, TY?YOU KNOW THE SITUATION.

SO YOU'RE GONNA BUILD A WALL.

MY — [ LAUGHTER ] DON'T TEMPT ME.

[ LAUGHTER CONTINUES ] ♪♪ Tori:HOW'S IT GOING, MURPH? HOW'S IT GOING, MURPH? HOW'S IT GOING? WHOO.

NO, THANKS.

DA-DA.

DA-DA.

Zach: THE FIRST NIGHTWAS PRETTY BRUTAL.

MURPHY DID NOT LIKEBEING IN THE CRATE.

HE'D WHINE, WHINE, CRY.

AND THEN WHEN YOU'D LETHIM OUT IN THE MORNING, AT 4:00 IN THE MORNINGAND PUT HIM BACK IN, THEN YOU HAVE TO DOTHE WHOLE PROCESS OVER OF HIM WHINING FOR 15 MINUTESTILL HE LAYS DOWN.

AND ALL I'M THINKING ABOUT IS, IF HE WAKES UP JACKSON, I'M GONNA BE SO MAD.

[ DOG WHIMPERING ] SEE, WHAT'S THIS? Tori: MURPHY, COME HERE.

[ KISSES ] I DON'T LIKE THISCRYING BUSINESS.

I FELT LIKE HE WASA NIGHTMARE LAST NIGHT.

-REALLY?-I FELT LIKE WE WERE WAKING UP EVERY 30 MINUTES.

WHAT?I WOKE UP TWICE, BABE.

I JUST FEEL LIKE THE FIRSTNIGHT WITH ANY PUPPY IS ROUGH.

IT'S JUST LIKE A NEW BABY.

JACKSON IS FINALLYAT THE POINT THAT, LIKE, HE WILL SLEEP SOLIDLYTILL 8:00 EVERY SINGLE DAY.

BUT WE SURVIVED.

LIKE, I HAD A LOT OF COFFEENEXT MORNING.

Jackson: DA — DA-DA.

-DA-DA.

-BA-BA.

[ DOG WHIMPERS ] OKAY, WE HAVE HOUSE SHOWINGS.

WE HAVE TWO — I TOLD THEM NO ON THE 11:00, IMPOSSIBLE.

OUR REALTOR GAVE US A BIT OFA WAKE-UP CALL THE OTHER DAY, AND WE'RE COMING TO THEREALIZATION THAT OUR HOUSE MIGHT NOT SELL ANYTIME SOON.

ARE YOU GONNA HELP MECLEAN FOR THE 12:00, OR AM I ON MY OWN? I DID A LITTLE –I JUST WAS DOING A LITTLE, BUT I PICKED UP SOME CLOTHES.

[ STAMMERS ]BLEH.

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[ LAUGHS ]NO, THAT'S NOT FAIR.

I THINK THAT OUR HOUSEWOULD SELL EASIER IF ALL OF OUR STUFF WAS OUT.

BUT WE CAN'T DO THAT BECAUSETHE WOOD FLOORS AND EVERYTHING IN THE NEW HOUSE AREN'T DONE.

AND THEN HOUSE SHOWINGS, ALSO, ARE LIKE, OH, “CAN YOU COME AT 3:00?”RIGHT AT JACKSON'S NAP TIME.

YEAH, IT'S JUST A BITOF A MESS AT THE MOMENT, AND IT'S JUST THINGS DIDN'TQUITE GO THE WAY WE PLANNED, SO WE'RE GONNA HAVE TOREEVALUATE PRETTY SOON HERE.

CAN'T WAIT TO HAVEA BIGGER KITCHEN.

CAN'T WAIT TO HAVEA BIGGER HOUSE.

NOT — LEAVE IT.

MURPHY, LEAVE IT.

Zach: OH, MURPHY.

[ DOG WHIMPERS ] ♪♪ I'LL GO AHEAD IN CASE THERE AREANY BEARS OR COUGARS OUT HERE.

OKAY, YOU DO THAT.

UNFORTUNATELY, RON AND BETHHAD TO LEAVE EARLY, BUT CHRIS AND I ARE GONNASPEND ANOTHER NIGHT HERE AT THE CAMPGROUNDAND SEE SOME MORE THINGS.

CHRIS HAD AN IDEA THATTHERE'S A WATERFALL NOT TOO FAR FROM HERE, SO WHYDON'T WE DO A LITTLE HIKE? BOY, LOOK AT THOSE TREES.

LOOK HOW TALL THEY ARE, WOW.

THE OTHER THING TOO, CLIMBING UP, THE ELEVATION.

YEAH, YOU'RE RIGHT.

THE AIR'S A LITTLETHINNER UP HERE.

WHEN A LITTLE PERSON IS WITHSOMEONE WITH AVERAGE SIZE, I MEAN, OBVIOUSLY THERE'SGONNA BE SOME DIFFERENCES.

DUH, YOU KNOW.

HE'S GOT LONGER LEGS.

HE'S GOT BIGGER STRIDES.

I MEAN, I'VE GOT TO TAKE TWOSTEPS FOR EVERY ONE OF HIS.

BUT I THINK THE ONE THINGI KIND OF APPRECIATE IS I NEVER GET THE SENSE THAT IFEEL LIKE HE'S WAITING FOR ME.

Chris: AH.

THERE IT IS.

I SEE WATER.

ALRIGHT.

WE DID IT, BABE.

OH, THAT IS COOL.

THAT MAKES YOUFEEL SMALL.

[ BOTH LAUGH ] Amy: I HAD A BLASTON THE RV TRIP.

Chris: I ENJOYED IT.

I ENJOYED IT A LOT.

NO, IT WAS VERY NICE.

BUT IT'S NOT JUST THETRIPS AND ADVENTURES, BUT WE'RE DEFINITELYGETTING MORE COMFORTABLE AND MORE CLOSER.

AND I'M LEARNING A LITTLEBIT MORE ABOUT YOU.

YEAH.

WE'RE VERY COMMITTED, AND I THINK WE'REBOTH LOOKING FORWARD TO SEEING WHAT TOMORROW IS, WHAT NEXT MONTH IS, WHAT SIX MONTHS IS.

HANG ON TO MY BUTT.

ALRIGHT, DON'T MOVE, DON'T MOVE.

Amy: HOPEFULLY NOTHING WILLCOME UP TO DERAIL THAT, AND I THINK IF IT DOES, IT WOULD HAVE TO BEPRETTY SIGNIFICANT.

WE HAVEN'T COMETO AN AGREEMENT ON THE NAME OF OUR FIRST CHILD.

[ LAUGHS ] OH, THAT'S GOOD! WAIT A MINUTE.

[ LAUGHS ] IT'S KINDA NICE TO BE AWAYFROM THE FARM FOR ME SOMETIMES.

[ LAUGHS ] SO ARE YOU TOTALLY RELAXED, OR IS A PART OF YOUA LITTLE BIT NERVOUS ABOUT WHAT'S HAPPENINGON THE FARM LIFE? YOU KNOW, THE BIG QUESTIONIS, WHERE DO I LIVE? IT'S STILLON MY MIND BUT, NO.

I THINK COMING HERE, I'M ABLE TO.

.

.

NOW — DISCONNECT? YES, DISCONNECT.

BUT ON OUR RIDE HOME, I'LL BE LIKE, “OKAY, LET'S STARTGETTING BACK IN THE MODE.

” YEAH, WHAT DO YOU HAVE TO DOWHEN YOU GET HOME? Amy: THERE'S A LOT OF THINGSI NEED TO TALK TO MATT ABOUT WHEN IT COMES TO THE FARM.

IF WE AGREE TO DISSOLVE THE LLC, THEN THAT MEANS OWNERSHIP CHANGESIN BOTH OF THE PROPERTIES.

I OWN ONE, AND HE OWNS THE OTHER.

GOOD TRIP.

IT WAS FANTASTIC.

I LOVED IT.

REGARDLESS OF WHAT HAPPENS, I HOPE AND EXPECT CHRIS TO BE A PART OF MY LIFE, BUT THIS DECISION RIGHT NOW NEEDS TO BE MINE.

I'M GLAD TO HAVE HISSUPPORT AND ENCOURAGEMENT, ALLOWING ME JUSTTO FIGURE IT OUT.

THANKS, BABE.

HEY.

I'M GLAD YOU LIKED IT.

I LOVED IT.

I DON'T KNOW, I'D DO THIS AGAINWITH YOU, FOR A LIFETIME.

WE'VE GOT DOZENSOF THESE TRIPS AHEAD OF US.

♪♪ Amy: NEXT ON”LITTLE PEOPLE, BIG WORLD”.

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.

I'M REALLY EXCITED TO STARTMOVING INTO THE NEW HOUSE.

HE'S GONNA GET INTO SO MUCHTROUBLE AROUND HERE.

BUT WE CAN'T KEEPPAYING TWO MORTGAGES BECAUSE THAT'SJUST NOT REALISTIC.

WE'VE HAD OVER 20 OPEN HOUSES.

I KNOW.

NO ONE LIKES IT.

HAVE YOU BEEN MAKINGHEADWAY ON YOUR THINKING? PART OF ME WOULD LIKE JUST TOBUILD ON THE OTHER PROPERTY.

♪♪ GOD, I'M TRYING TO PUTTOGETHER AN OFFER FOR YOU, JUST TO SELL THE PLACE, YOU KNOW, FOR YOU TO SELL OUT.

SO WHY IS IT THATYOU WANT ME OFF? ♪♪ GIRLS' ROAD TRIP! WE ARE OFF, GIRLFRIEND.

MIGHT JUST HAVE TOFIND THAT FISHERMAN, -I KNOW!-COMING IN — SHOW ON THE BOAT.

WE'RE GONNA GO TO NEWPORT BEACH.

YAY, ROCKING IT.

I LOVE IT.

IT GIVES ME AN OPPORTUNITYJUST TO GET AWAY FROM THE FARM AND NOT HAVE TO THINK ABOUTTHE HEAVY CHOICES AND THE DECISIONS AND.

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-GIRLS JUST WANNA HAVE FUN.

-OH, YEAH!.

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