Kate Plus Eight (2007–2009)
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Shopping for Ten 

Grocery shopping for a small army is not easy when you're on a tight budget. However, thrifty Kate has now mastered this task, and we get to see how she does it. Then, we watch as Jon and ... See full summary »

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Jen Stocks (as Jennifer Stocks)

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Jen Stocks (as Jennifer Stocks)
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Jonathan Gosselin ... Self
Kate Gosselin ... Self
Cara Gosselin ... Self
Madelyn Gosselin ... Self
Aaden Gosselin ... Self
Joel Gosselin Joel Gosselin ... Self
Alexis Gosselin ... Self
Hannah Gosselin Hannah Gosselin ... Self
Leah Gosselin ... Self
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Collin Gosselin ... Self
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Grocery shopping for a small army is not easy when you're on a tight budget. However, thrifty Kate has now mastered this task, and we get to see how she does it. Then, we watch as Jon and Kate navigate through a crowded toy store with 8 unhappy kids. Written by alicia_88

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This takes some organization, folks!
9 July 2008 | by PudgyPandaManSee all my reviews

I was amazed at the amount of work, planning, and organization it takes to shop for this large family. Kate does an amazing job of this task with very great detail and effort. She also does it as cost effective as possible to help save her family money. The sheer volume of food is staggering. And this if for feeding little children - wait until they get to be big and really have an appetite!!

The toy shopping experience was excruciating to watch. I can't imagine dragging all 8 kids to a toy store at one time - this is a recipe for disaster. I understand this is a TV show and I'm sure this was intentional to create the worst possible scenario so that it would make for interesting viewing. I also felt horribly for Jon when Kate proceeded to yell at him in front of everyone in the checkout line multiple times. But I don't understand why Jon takes it. He should stand up to her and tell her he's tired of her bullying ways. There are more effective ways of communicating to someone other than screaming at them. This is only teaching the children that this is how THEY should treat other people. Shame, shame!


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7 May 2007 (USA) See more »

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