LITTLE People, Big World’s Amy Roloff snapped at her sons Jeremy and Zach Roloff in a tense throwback scene.
An intense LPBW scene — when twins Zach and Jeremy, both 32, were in their teens — resurfaced in an online thread.
The teenagers struggled to find Northwest Airlines’ number in the phone book.
After Amy, 60, found the number on the white pages, her boys claimed the “cheater cheated”.
The matriarch defended herself: “You boys don’t know how to look in the damn phone book!”
Jeremy yelled, “No one ever taught me!”
Amy ranted, “Honey it doesn’t need to… it’s not rocket science! You are sixteen years old!”
She continued: “You’re going through different options! You’re looking through the whole book!”
Unfortunately, viewers in the comments section weren’t thrilled with how the TLC star had to yell at her two kids to teach them a lesson.
One critic said: “Why are Amy blamed on them for not knowing how to use something they’ve never used before? You could stop b****ing for two minutes and teach them?
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Another reviewer agreed, adding, “Yeah! Instead of being angry that they can’t because it’s new to them, show them for the future!”
A third reviewer noted, “Rather than yelling at her and humiliating her, Amy could have just said the Yellow Pages are for business and the White Pages are for people.”
A fourth person wrote: “How hard is it to say ‘companies are in the yellow pages?
One commenter chimed in: “If you yell at me to hurry, my mind goes into overdrive and I won’t think as clearly as I would.”
THE GROWING BROOD
After Amy and Matt Roloff, 61, divorced in 2016, she remarried and became the wife of current husband Chris Marek.
Matt moved on and is currently dating his girlfriend Caryn Chandler.
Jeremy and his wife Audrey, 31, are parents to three children: Bode, Ember, five, and their newborn baby Radley.
Zach and his wife Tori, 31, share their three children: Jackson, five; Lilah, three; and eight-month-old newborn Josiah.
Recently, Amy took to social media to promote her new career change.
The TV star promoted subscriptions to new tier memberships, which are available for purchase on her website.
She pointed out that the first level provided “bonus content,” the second level included a “private live chat” with her, and the third level included a “once a month cooking” lesson on Zoom.
The TV personality previously broke into the cooking industry with her YouTube channel, Amy Roloff’s Little Kitchen.
https://www.the-sun.com/entertainment/7138731/little-people-amy-roloff-sons-jeremy-zach-tense-scene/ Little People’s Amy Roloff snaps at sons Jeremy and Zach as she tears up at their inability to find a phone number in a tense scene