Terra’s Little Family Special Episode Spoilers: A Walk Down Memory Lane

By Kathleen Villaruben | 3 years ago
Terra’s Little Family Special Episode Spoilers: A Walk Down Memory Lane

There is a special treat for the fans in the upcoming episode of “Little Women: Terra’s Little Family” Special Episode “Up Close & Personal,” which airs on Wednesday, May 27, 2015, at 9:00 p.m. on Lifetime. Read on to know what is going to happen.

According to Lifetime‘s official synopsis, the 15th episode will feature a one-hour interview and throwback special. Joe Gnoffo and Terra Jole are going to share their thoughts and experiences as stars of the show. The most memorable scenes throughout the season will also be highlighted.

Previously, Jole’s brother, Bourn, visited his sister’s house. His appearance just made Jole feel bad that her mother chose not go with him. Bourn staying in the house meant babysitting Penny. Then, the couple left them for a night out. However, the couple lost faith on Bourn’s babysitting abilities and decided to go home early. Eventually, Jole, Gnoffo and Bourn planned to have a surprise trip to Texas, specifically the house of Penny’s grandmother.

Turns out, Jole’s mother never met Penny yet. That was why Jole, Gnoffo and Bourn became persistent to make the Texas trip possible. However, Jole and Bourn’s mother was the kind of person who hated surprises. At first, all went well in Penny’s party for her first month on earth. Conflicts arose when Grandma Jole chose to take care of her dogs because of the thunderstorm. Terra became upset and started to doubt if her mother would attend her wedding.

“Terra’s Little Family” airs every Wednesday at 9:00 p.m. on Lifetime.

There you have it for the spoilers on “Little Women: Terra’s Little Family” Special Episode “Up Close & Personal,” which airs on May 27, 2015. For more updates about this show, including spoilers and recaps, follow Movie News Guide (MNG) and like our Facebook page What Movie is this.

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