The TLC unscripted series' preview clip shows the pair trying to make nice after Matt suggested that they eliminate Amy's salsa business. The couple — who filed for divorce in 2015 and finalized it in May 2016 — have continued to run their farm together.
"I wanted to follow up on lunch and say I apologize for being a little harsh," Matt, 54, tells his now ex-wife, 51, in the clip. "I don't mean to say that I'm not excited about your salsa and want to help you with that, and I do want to be in business with you."
Amy replies, "I don't want to be a sympathy case for you … I believe in the salsa."
"Part of me was a little surprised that Matt apologized to me, because I think his true thoughts actually came out, so I'm a little uncertain why he may be still wanting to be in business," she continues to the camera. "But I think this is still a business worth seeing if it will work."
Another part of the clip shows Amy criticizing her ex for wanting a separate house to live in, as opposed to staying by himself in their RV.
"Are we building a house just to fit Matt Roloff's needs because he doesn't want to live in the double wide?" Amy asks him.
Watch the video above for his response.
Little People, Big World airs on TLC Tuesdays at 10 p.m. ET.
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