As much as I enjoy the show, and as interesting as the Roloffs are, maybe it has pretty well run its course. In season one they made the important point that people with dwarfism are the same as everyone else. After that, they showed the support systems available to the LP community, explored some of the physical complications people with dwarfism may face, the services they try to provide for each other, and some heartwarming stories about people in that community. Like any other reality series, however, there is no show without drama. If the situation is not dramatic enough, then it must be exaggerated or or conflict must be created. We've even seen this on the Food Network, where things always manage to go wrong. If the kids were always well-behaved, compliant, and good students, then it's just another middle-class household. These kids have had cameras following them at home, at school, and even on dates, for a couple of years. Maybe they are just bored or tired of living in front of the camera. If they are not, purposefully, playing to the camera, they may be encouraged to do so, by producers who are running out of storylines. At this point, they have told their stories, but maybe its time for them to move on.