LITTLE PEOPLE fans were in for a big glimpse of Matt Roloff and Amy Roloff’s former bedroom.
The patriarch toured his entire “messy” farmhouse with “overstepping” girlfriend Caryn Chandler on July 5th’s episode.
This week’s Little People, Big World episode opened with an unflinching glimpse at the Roloff Oregon farm.
Fans got to see its living areas, a dark-wood library, and the bedroom where Matt, 60, and his ex-wife Amy Roloff – the mother of their adult children – once slept.
All the while, Matt spoke on his side of the farm feud: “I sent an email saying I was going to put the farm on the market, there were crickets.”
He claimed he gave his sons Zach and Jeremy one last chance at an offer but “everyone had moved on” – then Matt pitched his girlfriend on moving in.
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Earlier, during the premiere, son Zach has expressed his deep disappointment in being “outpriced” by his dad on it.
“The north side is the 30 acres my mom and dad shared, and the whole thing was weird, he starts making excuses … suddenly me and my wife are not good enough to run the farm,” the father of three adorable tots shockingly explained.
“He went beyond the normal appreciation,” Zach added – he, Tori, Caryn and Matt negotiated together.
But back to the house tour, where Matt said, “If Caryn would move in that would be an efficient way to move forward,” as they went room by room.
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CARYN STEPS IN
“I would say this house screams Matt Roloff 20 years ago,” she snarked.
In a confessional, she added, “Could we ever have a future in the big house? It seems really dated.”
She added to her man, “Butter churner on this side… ski things,” as they went.
“I wanna stay open-minded but this was your and Amy’s bedroom.”
Caryn then made a strange comment.
“What if you woke up and called me Amy?” she asked.
By the end of the tour the couple seemed like they would simply continue selling it.
NEVER BEFORE SEEN
One Twitter user remarked, “Out of all these years, I’ve never seen their bedroom and they always kept that private.
But they didn’t keep a clean house anyway,” they knocked.
“Caryn is always so negative. Duh it’s an older house,” defended a second on the abode.
“Why is Caryn saying it probably was a beautiful house? Sis, we all know you’ve been all up in that house through the years,” wrote a third.
“I cannot believe any of the kids aren’t able to buy the farm,” lamented a fourth.
Some of the rooms had stray items, like a disconnected TV or a stool – the bedroom was carpeted and empty.
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Caryn started dating Matt after he divorced the mother of his now-adult children, Amy, 57.
Amy meanwhile has moved on with her new husband Chris Marek, 59.
While fans may have enjoyed the glimpse of the whole home despite its quirks, many are disappointed with how everything has shaken out.
Caryn has come under fire from fans, who think she’s “overstepping by getting involved” as Matt feuded with his sons Zach and Jeremy, both 32, about the sale of the farm.
Caryn was indeed at the table for the unsuccessful negotiations with the brothers, which resulted in Matt putting up part of the farm for sale privately.
Matt announced the sale of the Oregon pumpkin farm in May.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Matt has asked for about $4million with the sale of the “original family home and bright red barn.”
The Sun previously reported Matt spent $2,627,978 in renovations over the last two years – and has hinted he may move to Arizona with Caryn when all is said and done.
Fans suspected at one point that Matt and his ex-wife Amy’s youngest son Jacob will take over the farm, as he is photographed there often working alongside his father but hates being on TV.