Duggar family dating rules
Note: The special was two one-hour episodes, one counting as a 19 Kids and Counting episode.
Amy, along with her mother and grandmother (Grandma Duggar) head to Nashville to see if Amy can make her dream of being a singer come true.
Josh and Anna are kept in the dark until it is revealed live on NBC's Today show through a special cake from Buddy Valastro, the Cake Boss.
The Duggars have an even fuller house when the Wilson family, which has nine children, visits to help with some home renovations, but once things get moving, it is anyone's guess where the new additions will stop.
The Duggars explain their beliefs about relationships with the opposite sex, where hand holding is a privilege, chaperones always accompany the couple and (in addition to their opposition to premarital sex) saving your first kiss for your wedding day.
A baby-food competition is planned by Ben to coincide with Jessa's coed baby shower, while Jill and Derick say good-bye to family and friends before they leave for their new life in Central America. Jessa and Ben have dinner with friends who have been through the adoption process; while Miss Cathy spends time with Jill and Derick in Central America.The family has another reason to celebrate when Anna and Josh announce that they will have their second baby.The Duggars (including Michelle, who was pregnant with her 20th child) go to Scotland, where they walk the Royal Mile, visit Edinburgh Castle, and see the Scottish Highland games. The next stop for the family's tour of the British Isles is London, where Jim Bob learns how to drive on the left side of the road, the Duggars enjoy high tea, sight-see on a double-decker bus, and visit Stonehenge.Prior to the trip Michelle goes in for an ultrasound, where the family learns that their 18th baby is a girl.The Duggars experience an ice storm, which results in loss of electricity and the destruction of numerous trees and a shed.