As a fan of LPBW, you know the father-son relationship between Matt and Zach Roloff has been strained over time. It all started because of the Roloff farm feud. And hence Zach and Tori are maintaining distance from Matt Roloff. Therefore it’s unclear what will happen to them on the show now that they’re in Washington. Zach declared to the audience that he was not going to pumpkin season at the dramatic season finale. He made it clear that there were already plenty of pumpkin patches in the relationship, and he wouldn’t entertain anymore. But before it’s too late, Matt and Caryn are pleading for peace with their estranged son Zach and daughter-in-law Tori. Let’s see what Matt and Caryn have more to say.
LPBW: Will Zach And Matt Roloff Reunite?
Matt Roloff and his partner Caryn had been at odds with Zach and Tori for months. This happened after they were unable to reach a deal for them to purchase a portion of the family property. However, the LPBW stars Zach and Tori intended to stay parted from the patriarch and his girlfriend. The young parents also decided not to visit Roloff farms when pumpkin season in 2022 began. Jackson, Lilah, and the new baby, Josiah, would not get to spend time with their grandfather due to the slight. However, according to TheSun, Matt and Caryn are extremely upset with the ongoing conflict. They could never have predicted how things would turn out.
They have also received negative feedback from the show’s viewers in recent weeks. Zach and Tori have been criticized for how they are parenting their young family, which has left them less than impressed. However, according to Matt and Caryn, there are some things they wouldn’t do. Like denying children access to their grandparents, even if they would never openly criticize their parenting. Even though they won’t be accepting responsibility, Matt and Caryn are eager to make amends with Zach and Tori. Also, as Matt and Caryn are upset, they won’t offer an apology immediately. Instead, they want to get together and for everyone to sit down and accept responsibility for their respective parts. They want a complete reunion and things to turn around before it’s too late. As recently, things have been really sour.
LPBW: Fans Believe Keeping Kids Away From Grandparents Is Unfair
As mentioned above, Zach made it very clear that he and Tori will not attend the pumpkin season, and as said, they haven’t paid any visit to the Roloff farm. However, after the show aired, Twitter users criticized Zach and Tori for their parenting choice. Fans felt that keeping the kids away from their grandparents because their relationships are not on good terms is unfair. They even said that the show is now difficult to watch because of Tori and Zach carrying on their sour hatred. Even though they hardly talk to Matt and Caryn, the pair is still friendly with Zach’s mother, Amy. However, Matt thinks he has taken measures to mend his relationship with his son despite the bitter division in the Roloff family.
In an emotional interview with the camera, Matt stated that he could continue to love his kids and hope for the best as a parent and a grandpa. After Zach and Tori’s attempt to purchase a piece of the family farm was rejected, and it temporarily went on the market, tensions started to rise. When Zach’s twin brother Jeremy first expressed interest in buying a piece of the farm, his father, who is now renting out the main residence, turned him down. A source earlier informed The U.S. Sun that Caryn is not eager to return to the show because of family disputes and instead wants to go to Arizona with Matt. For all the latest LPBW updates, keep coming back to TV Season & Spoilers