At first, things seemed to be going smoothly as the family prepped for Roloff Farms' busiest time of year: pumpkin season.
But things quickly got tense as Matt Roloff started to realize that they were way behind schedule, and his kids are less available than ever. Here are some of the biggest moments from last night's Little People, Big World.
Zach didn't want his son at the farm for pumpkin season.
Zach told Matt in pretty clear terms that he'll help out as much as possible, but he doesn't want Tori and Jackson on the farm for pumpkin season.
"I would rather Tori not bring Jackson for pumpkin season," he said, "People can get excited when they see babies, and it's just really nerve-wracking, having a bunch of people touching your baby."
But Tori admitted she doesn't want to miss out on all the action, and that she feels capable of telling people, "don't touch my kid."
"But why put ourselves in that situation? ... I do not think he should be at pumpkin season. People can just be a little aggressive. I don't think it's a good idea," Zach said.
In the end though, Tori wears him down, and Jackson did get to enjoy pumpkin season.
Amy and Matt argued over the store.
Meanwhile, things continued to be contentious between Amy and Matt. Amy went into Matt's office to discuss selling some of her baked goods in the Roloff Farms store during pumpkin season. At first, the conversation seems to be going well, Matt said that they're thinking of putting his ex-wife's baked goods "front and center" in the store. But of course, things got tense shortly after.
"I mean, I was gonna put my book there, but I thought it might work for you guys," Matt said. Then he tells Amy that he expects her to pay a fee to the farm for each sale she makes — and she is not having it.
They said some really harsh things about each other in their interviews.
As usual, their true feelings came out in the cutaway interviews, where they both said some pretty mean things about each other.
"Amy doesn't have a good sense of what it takes to run the farm," Matt said. "She can be very ... insecure."
For her part, Amy explained plain and simple: "I don't trust Matt." She vented some of her frustration to her business partner Lisa, saying that Matt makes her feel angry and tense.
Of course, this isn't the first time she and Matt have had some terse disagreements about pumpkin season.
Amy got upset over issues with the farm's pirate ship.
In the end, she and Lisa agreed to pay a percentage to the farm for their baked goods. But that's not the end of the tension between Matt and Amy (is it ever?).
The episode also spent a lot of time focused on the pirate ship that's on the farm. Matt had hoped to have Jeremy and Zach repaint it and get it ready for the opening weekend, but they didn't have time. So instead, Matt is left scrambling to have it painted at the last minute, and it ends up not being ready for the opening weekend.
Once again, Amy is not happy.
"The amount of money we spent on this ... I'm really disappointed," she said.
Matt tells her that she's "oblivious to all the chaos going on."
Will these two ever get along?
There's some tension between Amy and Caryn.
Amy admitted that although Caryn has been on the farm for years as their business manager, it's still hard for her to see Caryn interacting with her family, now that she and Matt are dating.
"Seeing her with Jackson, it's difficult. It's like, these are my grandbabies. It's one of the hardest things I've had to come to terms with in terms of the relationship Matt and Caryn have," she said.
But in the end, they all (sort of) manage to put aside their differences.
Eventually, Amy says, "Pumpkin season is a family business and I want it to continue to be around for the kids and grandkids." That seems like the one thing (really, the only thing) that everyone can agree on.
You can tune in to to see how everything plays out with the pirate ship, and watch Amy and Caryn try to plan a closing party together. Sounds like an episode we don't want to miss.