LITTLE People fans are vowing to boycott the show if Matt Roloff and his girlfriend Caryn Chandler are not fired.
Matt has been feuding with his ex-wife Amy Roloff and their children over his decision to sell their family farm in Oregon.
The 60-year-old put 16 acres of Roloff Farms for sale for a whopping $4million on May 12.
His partner Caryn has been accused of “ruining his relationship with his family” amid their property feud.
And after Matt clashed with Amy, 57, over the sale in the LPBW finale, viewers have had enough of the patriarch and his girlfriend.
One tweeted: "I can’t stand Matt and Caryn. I am done with this show. They need to go. The kids worked for years on the farm.
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"Amy sold cheap so the kids could afford one day. Years talking about family legacy and it was all lies."
Another added: "Greed is the root of all evil! His girlfriend will probably laugh all way to the bank."
A third posted: "Sadly cannot watch anymore with Matt on the show. Or his side chick. She's irritating."
In the season finale, Amy accused Matt of creating a "hornet's nest" after putting part of the Roloff farm up for sale.
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Matt defended himself by saying "there are 93 acres in this family," to which Amy interjected: "No. There are 93 acres for Matt Roloff".
In a confessional, the family matriarch explains that she "doesn't see any type of ownership on Matt's part."
Matt's decision to sell to an outsider rather than make a deal with one of his kids has been causing controversy.
Matt shares three sons, Zach, 32, Jeremy, 32, and Jacob, 25 along with daughter Molly, 28, with Amy.
In April, a source close to the patriarch told The Sun: "Matt would prefer Jacob and wife, Isabel, to take over the farm but he's not sure they are on board at the moment."
The insider continued: "He is the youngest son but Matt knows Jacob has potential, they are on the farm a lot, and Matt thinks this is a good way to teach him a lot of things he needs to learn.
"Zach has also mentioned taking over the farm, and Jeremy has said in the past he would like it."
At the end of tonight's episode, a preview clip saw Caryn say she had "strong feelings" about not staying in Matt's Oregon family home.
"I don't think I even wanna go in there," she said about the master bedroom he once shared with ex-wife Amy.
Caryn has also been a contentious figure during this season of LPBW.
She started dating Matt after he divorced the mother of his now-adult children, Amy, 57.
Amy meanwhile has moved on with her new husband Chris Marek, 59.
But Caryn has come under fire from fans, who think she’s “overstepping by getting involved” as Matt feuds with his sons Zach and Jeremy, both 32, about the sale of the farm.
Caryn was at the table for the unsuccessful negotiations with the brothers, which resulted in Matt putting up part of the farm for sale privately.
Their failure to come to an agreement created a massive rift between Matt and his son Zach, who quit working on the farm and accused the patriarch of not “valuing the next generation”.
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Matt announced the sale of the Oregon pumpkin farm in May.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Matt has asked for about $4million with the sale of the "original family home and bright red barn."
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