Kate and Jon sit down, once again, to answer more questions about their family. They talk about everything, from the kid with the loudest scream, to the crew's favorite moments, to Jon and Kate's plans after the kids leave home.
Jon and Kate take the kids for their first visit to the new house. Although Kate feels that she is nowhere close to feeling settled in, both parents and all the kids are excited about a larger house with much more space and privacy.
It's moving day and although the family is ready to leave their old home and start living in their new house, Kate still feels disorganized. With many boxes to label and load and all the furniture to dismantle, the family has their work cut out for them.
The Gosselin family returns to their old house to clear out the rest of their belongings and to put the house up for sale. In the process, the family recalls all of their treasured memories and looks forward to enjoying life in their new home.
The Gosselin family's two dogs, Shoka and Nala, love to chew on anything they can get their paws on, including the kids' toys. So when Nala suddenly gets very sick, the family is not surprised when they discover the cause.
Remembering how much fun they had in Utah, Cara and Jon return to the slopes to play some winter sports, including skiing, tubing, and bobsledding. Back at home, Kate takes Mady to get her braces adjusted before taking all seven kids to a Sesame Street show.
While Jon is away, Kate takes the kids to paint their own canvasses and explore a "Please Touch" museum. Then Jon and Kate discuss their ongoing challenges with the show and how it has affected their lives.
In the last six months, Jon and Kate have received a lot of media attention, particularly from the paparazzi. In the midst of planning and holding the sextuplets' fifth birthday party, Jon and Kate look at how their family and, in particular, their marriage has been affected and what the future holds for them, together or apart.
It's Mady's turn to spend a holiday alone with one parent, so she and Kate head to San Diego for the spa and the beach. Back at home, Jon is looking after the other 7 kids and encounters a few accidents along the way.
When Kate's birthday rolls around once again, she expects that she will have to bake her own birthday cake again. But then, the kids surprise her with a trip to Charm City Cakes, where each of them gets to decorate their own cake. During this day, Jon hits the slopes in Utah once again where he helps disabled kids learn how to ski down the mountains.
The kids get new playhouses called Crooked Houses, one each for Mady and Cara, the sextuplet boys, and the sextuplet girls. Then, after much discussion, Jon and Kate make an announcement about what they have decided to do about their marriage.
It's been ten years since Jon and Kate first met, and since then their lives have changed dramatically. In a look back at their time together, from Jon and Kate as a couple then, to their large family of ten now, we revisit the family's highs and lows, their milestone moments, and a sneak peak at their plans for the future.
It's Kate's first time alone with the kids since she and Jon decided to separate. With her new "can do" attitude, she and all eight kids have their second backyard camp out, complete with tent, fire pit, and s'mores.
While away in North Carolina, Kate takes the boys to explore the USS North Carolina before going to get their hair cut. Back at home, Jon, Cara, and Mady go rock climbing, go-carting, and play in a game arcade.
While Kate is at home with the kids, she organizes some fun in the pool followed by a grilled dinner and a movie on the lawn. Then, with Jon, the kids try fishing for the very first time and make their own pizzas.
Kate returns with the kids to an organic farmers market she used to visit regularly and buys fresh produce for that night's dinner. After the meal, she and kids play games together but an injury forces a late night visit to the hospital.
The day that Kate has been thinking about for years is here already; the sextuplets first day of school. With book bags, lunch boxes, and new shoes to buy, Kate has a lot to do before she says goodbye to her eight at the bus stop.
Kate faces her fear of bugs when she takes the sextuplet girls on a trip to Florida to visit Butterfly World and ride in a hot air balloon. Back at home, Jon, the boys and the twins play with water rockets and water balloons.
Kate and Jon have a limited amount of time alone with the kids these days, so they try to do as many things together as possible. Kate enrolls all the kids in gymnastics and then Jon takes them all to a baseball game.