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Little People, Big World features the Roloffs, an extraordinary family comprised of both little and average-height people, capturing their everyday successes and struggles, and presenting an intimate view of life as a little person.
Jeremy and Zach are planning a beach trip with several of their close friends for their 16th birthday. Meanwhile, when Jacob acts up in front of his dad, Matt and Amy realize he needs some extra attention.
It's Mother's Day and the Roloff kids present homemade cards to Amy and a nice brunch. Matt is worried that his gift—a professional organizer to make over the pantry and laundry room—might upset Amy, who admits she doesn't keep the tidiest home.
This year's peach crop isn't panning out for Roloff Farms, so Matt refocuses his efforts on pumpkins. Matt hires the twins and their buddies to plant the seedlings, but the project is in jeopardy when the boys go on strike for higher wages.
Matt returns home from a business trip to find that no one is ready for their upcoming trip to Hawaii. Matt pushes the family to prepare for the vacation but only succeeds in creating tension and stress.
In Maui, Amy has trouble being pampered by the hotel staff, but the Roloff kids have no problem enjoying themselves in the water. Matt challenges Zach to overcome his fear of surfing.
The Roloff's Hawaiian vacation is scheduled to the last minute with an outrigger canoeing adventure, a snorkeling trip, and a zip-line tour, on which Matt overcomes his fear of heights to soar over Maui's forest canyons.
Conflict erupts when Matt tries to help Zach put together a soccer team for the Dwarf Athletic Association of America Games. While Zach nurses a leg injury that jeopardizes his team, his LP friend Casey gives it her all in the swimming event.
The Dwarf Athletic Games are in full swing and Zach has the chance to compete with people his own size. He's put together his own soccer team to try and beat the mighty LA Breakers, les by "Pirates of the Caribbean" star Marty Klebba.
The Roloff home remodel is still unfinished, so Matt brings in the pros to build a new deck. Meanwhile the Roloff kids embark on a project of their own: making a new tree fort. The boys' fort project gets shut down when Jacob steps on a rusty nail.
Determined to put the finishing touches and beat the failed inspection of their desk by city hall, Matt devises a crafty solution to their problem as the Roloff's equip the new deck with furniture and a low-height grill.
While Amy is away for a weekend reunion with her sisters in San Francisco, Matt makes a long-awaited purchase—a vintage VW Bug—and decides to repaint the house. Then he worries how he'll keep Amy from getting upset.
Inspired by his zip line experience in Hawaii, Matt sets out to build the biggest and best zip line on the west coast, but soon wonders if he has bitten off more than he can chew.
Matt and Amy are planning a Thanksgiving to remember, inviting every member of both their families, but when Matt decides to tear out the entire living room floor, the Roloff's find themselves in a last-minute remodeling nightmare.
It's Thanksgiving on the Roloff Farms and Matt is eager to show off the farm to the nearly 30 family members who have come, many of whom have never seen it. A family photo session runs long, causing turkey trouble in the kitchen.
Matt and Zach attend the Little People of America National Conference. Mat connects with old and new friends while Zach and his LP friends stay up all night, and play football in the hotel halls.
Any and the rest of the family arrive at the Little People of America conference. Zach has a consultation there with an orthopedic surgeon, who recommends surgery soon to help his increasingly painful leg problems.
Zach travels to Pasadena to visit his LP twin buddies, Jeff & Eric Manuel; Meanwhile, Jeremy goes to a pro soccer game in Seattle and gets some professional advice from MLS star Freddy Adu before his tryout for the Olympic Development Program.
Matt travels to New York City for a meeting with an LP hotel executive about getting his accessibility stool kits into national chains. On the farm, the twins re-launch construction on their fort, until a runaway tractor incident slows them down.
Matt threatens to quit his job because the kids are out of control when he's away. Jeremy and Zach break Matt's new mule and Jacob gets in hot water when Amy learns he has smashed a bunch of light bulbs in the barn.
Another corporate picnic is coming to Roloff farms; Matt and Amy have a few chores for the Roloff twins to do, but heir laziness and mischief gets them grounded, and in turn, they are assigned a lot of extra work.
Matt's new organization CoDA (Coalition for Dwarf Advocay) gets it first mission, to assist in a dwarf adoption...and it's first success when Chance, a 5-year-old LP child, leaves the hospital with his new average height parents.
Roloff Farms pumpkin season gets off to an overwhelming start, and unforeseen problems force Matt to temporarily shut the farm down. Matt celebrates his 45th birthday with much fanfare, including a surprise from a state senator.
It's the last weekend of pumpkin season. Jacob and Mike are launching pumpkins with the trebuchet when something goes terribly wrong. The medieval catapult misfires, seriously injuring Mike and Jacob, and sending them both to the hospital.
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