Just shy of three months after announcing their divorce, the Roloffs consider the prospect of dating and remarriage

By Lanford Beard
September 01, 2015 12:00 PM

Matt and Amy Roloff have a chance to play the field again – but will they take it?

After 27 years of marriage, the Little People, Big World stars announced their plans to divorce in June, which happened to be right in the middle of son Zach‘s own wedding planning.

In an exclusive clip from Tuesday’s season finale, when NBC News correspondent Andrea Canning asks about the Roloffs’ dating options, neither Matt nor Amy waits a beat: “That ain’t happenin’,” says Amy. Adds Matt, “Not on the radar right now.”

But that’s where their agreement on matters of the heart ends.

Though Amy, 50, says she would “never” consider getting into any relationship again because “I don’t think anyone would be really interested,” she says Matt is “on the market, he’s got people.”

Matt insists he “definitely would not get married again” but admits, “I’m not going to rule anything out” as far as dating is concerned.

“Right now I’m just getting to know myself and working on my health and taking care of the businesses and working on the farm,” notes Matt, 50. “Let’s see how time goes.”

On a positive note for the exes as they move forward, Matt says, “I’m actually enjoying working with Amy right now, so I’m just happy with where I’m at.”

Though planning the seating chart around his separated parents proved challenging for Zach, 25, and his new bride Tori (née Patton), 24, the Roloffs ultimately put aside their differences for Zach’s ceremony on the family farm in July.

“Weddings definitely give opportunities for families to come together,” Zach told PEOPLE at the time. “It definitely was a united front. Your worries go away, and it’s all very positive and forward-thinking.”

Added Zach, “They just kept saying how happy they are for us.”

Little People, Big World airs its season finale, which was produced NBC News’ Peacock Productions, Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET on TLC.

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