Little People fans were left cringing after tonight's episode showed Matt Roloff and Caryn Chandler recreating a sexy movie scene.
It came before heated family discussions about the sale of the family farm.
On tonight's season finale of Little People Big World, Matt, 60, and his girlfriend Caryn, 54, went on a romantic pottery-making date.
As Matt was struggling to sculpt his coffee cup, Caryn offered to help.
She got up from her wheel and sat behind her boyfriend, just like in the classic moment from the 1990 movie Ghost.
TLC even played the music from the film's famous pottery wheel scene as Caryn lovingly leaned over Matt and helped with his sculpting.
READ MORE SUN STORIES
Little People’s Zach slams dad Matt & Caryn Chandler in resurfaced clip
Little People star Caryn Chandler breaks down in tears over $4M farm feud
The Roloff patriarch groaned in appreciation as Caryn giggled: "This is kind of fun!"
However, many viewers were left covering their eyes from the scene.
Taking to Twitter, one wrote: "Eww – trying to recreate the scene from Ghost."
"Not them playing the music from Ghost," complained another.
Most read in The Sun
Love Island host Laura Whitmore quits high-profile job
Gemma Collins looks incredible in leopard print bikini after 3st weight loss
Brits bask in hottest day since records began as Met says we've hit 40.3C
Heatwave warning for electric fan users – 6 HUGE mistakes to avoid
A third described the couple as "gross, while another scathed: "I really could have gone my whole life not seeing them do the Ghost scene! My whole life."
Matt and Caryn admitted that their scene wasn’t as sexy as Patrick Swayze and Demi Moore’s Oscar-winning performance.
In a confessional, he said: "Caryn's been watching too many movies!"
"I couldn't pass it up," she admitted.
"Every person wants to do that scene. That was our one moment.
"It wasn't as sexy as it was in the movies."
Matt and Caryn have been dating since 2017, and she previously worked as an assistant at Roloff Farms.
On tonight's finale episode, Matt got into a heated debate with his ex-wife and the mother of his children Amy Roloff, 57, over the sale of the family farm.
Matt’s decision to put a 16 acre portion of Roloff Farms up for sale has been a major source of contention throughout season 23.
In a tense scene, Amy, who is now married to Chris Marek, accused her ex-husband of "creating a hornet’s nest".
It came after Matt failed to come to an agreement with their twin sons Jeremy and Zach, 32, who both wanted to take over the family farm.
In May, he listed the 16-acre plot, complete with a farmhouse, western town replica, and children's play castle for private sale at $4m.
Zach has been outspoken with the way he feels about his dad’s decision to sell to an outsider.
Source: Read Full Article