This is Volume 2 of the fourth season. The Wedding is Volume 1. Everyone has their favorite seasons, episodes, and kids so I'm simply listing what is on the three discs. There are a lot of cute, memorable moments for everyone to enjoy. The Bonus disc episodes are very short clips , only two or three minutes in length.
The Gosselins have their yearly yard sale with the proceeds going to Pediatric Cancer Research, specifically the Sunshine Fund. Everything piled high and wide in the garage has to go. They fill a trailer and head to the church to sell it.
It's a Book!
They head to New York City to go on Good Morning America and to promote their first book they decided to write, Multiple Blessings The children get a chance to go to Central Park to play and go on a horse carriage ride.
Twins Are Mommy For a Day
Mady and Cara take over Kate's place, but Daddy is still Daddy. Kate is changing over the wardrobes from summer to winter while the twins take over her duties as Mom. The little kids "were not having any of it."
Extended Episode: Giving Back
Flashback to previous Christmas seasons. They head to Memphis to visit St. Jude Children's Hospital. The family goes to shop and select three gifts for the children afflicted with cancer. They also get to visit with Miss Beverly.
Soup and a Surprise
Kate is making her annual batch of soups (chicken noodle and veggie, all organic) and experiences an explosion in the kitchen before she begins. Everyone talks about moving.
The little ones are now four and a half and can have their own chair at the dentist at their six-month checkup. They are having fun choosing their own flavors for the cleanings. Mady and Cara go to visit the orthodontist. Hannah joins Kate and Jon in the interview portion.
Extended Episode: All You Wanted to Know
Kate and Jon answer questions viewers want to know. For example, "Which of the Gosselin's will have the most teenage drama?" and "Is Kate really strict with the filming crew?" Kate talks about her next book, Eight Little Faces.
The New House
Kate is appalled that the new house is so filthy and is armed with her rubber gloves and ready to clean. The children shriek with excitement when they run through the empty house. They explore the grounds and outbuilding. New colors are chosen for some of the rooms.
The Big Move
Actual moving day when everything was packed up and ready to move to the new house. Kate is away on business while everyone was in the middle of moving. Reviving some fond memories. "Don't touch another thing."
Walk in the Woods
The kids are exploring the woods around their new home. Jon has a new tractor. Everything is "helter skelter" in the new house because not everything is unpacked. The kids are also checking out the new house and learning how to use walkie talkies.
Home Sweet Home
The delivery of appliances fills the driveway with boxes. Bart, the contractor, has arrived to work on the house and get in Kate's way. Jon and Kate select tile for the house. "I picked it ... of course I like it." The kids get to "paint" the basement walls with "Mr. Trim."
The Gosselin family brings two German shepherds into the house, Shoka (male) and Nala (female), for Christmas. Kate says they were "dog unknowledgeable." They go to visit the puppies at Jeff's and bring them home early. "I need paper towels now!"
Bye Old House
The filming lights are taken down from the old house and everyone says good-bye. After three months when they go back they are surprised at how much "stuff" they left behind. "Oh my gosh, how did we live here?" The old house is listed with a real estate agency. "Bye housey!"
Trip to the Vet
Jon and Kate think having Nala and Shoka are like have two two-year-olds. Nala becomes listless and has to go to the vets. Dr. Wagner discovered that she had eaten a toy and needed an operation to remove it.
The family goes to a children's museum and paint with brushes, sponges, and with their fingers. "There's paint on me!" Kate tries her hand at painting flowers. At the discovery museum, Kate's voice booms throughout the building. Jon was at his mother's when the outing was taking place.
Slopes, Sleds and Sesame
Cara and Jon have decided to go skiing together while Kate take the rest of the kids to Sesame Street Live. Cara and Jon head back to Utah to ski, snowboard, try bobsledding, and go snow tubing. Mady has to have her braces adjusted. "This is awesome!"
B-Ball & More
Everyone had to get a haircut before they went to go on Oprah again (a "satellite adventure"). Kate shops for outfits for all the children. "I just like shopping." The family goes to see a Harlem Globetrotters exhibition.
BONUS DISC (27 minutes in length)
They are talking about the monarch butterfly chrysalis that Carla brought over. Leah and Jon let it go.
Kate and Jon talk about the yard sale they had to benefit Pediatric Cancer Research, how blessed they are, and children afflicted with cancer.
Jon, the "Phillie fanatic," has on a Phillies jersey. Kate and Jon talk about how they like ballpark food.
8 Sets of Nails
Checking out those "horrendous" nails that have to be clean and cut. "Are you chewing these?" Don't!
Central Park and its "cement playground" is a place the kids love when they go to visit New York City.
Kids Play J&K
"They repeat why we say" according to Jon. A couple of cute scenes with the children.
Mr. Doll Fixer
"You don't have no head." Jon tries to fix one of Hannah's dolls with some needle nose pliers.
Revisiting the dentist on a six month checkup. Kate tells the dentist all about why Alexis has Dusty. Of course stuffed animals are "space wasters."
Mike, location sound man, lets the children check out and use the sound equipment. "Aaden can you hear me?"
We Want a Puppy
Taking a look at the children talking about wanting a puppy and pretending to be one ... until they get real puppies.
8 Little Helpers
The little kids are excited about helping Mommy fetch juice and put it in a cabinet. Are there any more paper towels?