Duggars’ 19 Kids and Counting Spoilers: Jill Gets Wedding Dress as John-David and Joseph Say ‘No Ladies’ in Their Lives

By Zachary Stieber
Zachary Stieber
Zachary Stieber
Zachary Stieber covers U.S. and world news. He is based in Maryland.
September 30, 2014 Updated: July 18, 2015

The Duggar show 19 Kids and Counting hits TLC with all-new episodes on Tuesday night.

The first 30 minutes, titled “Duggar Girls Go Glam,” features Jill, sisters, and friends shopping for a vintage wedding dress.

“Jill’s been a really good bride,” Jill’s sister Jana Duggar says in a preview clip.

“Yeah, she has like what she wants, and she just kind of does it, and it works out,” added sister Joy-Anna Duggar.

Jinger in another clip shows off her photography skills, taking pictures of Jill and Derick Dillard.

Another new preview clip shows the Duggar family in action, but also a pointed question to the second- and third-eldest boys.

They were asked whether there’s any ladies in their lives.

John-David, 24, who has a twin Jana Marie, and Joseph Garrett, 19, were asked the question.

“There’s absolutely no ladies in my life right now,” John-David said. 

A preview clip shows Jim Bob Duggar and a bunch of the kids, along with two workers, to lay down carpet for Jill and Derick’s new home.

“Whenever our family does a project, a lot of the times I’ll bring in an expert and get them to teach us part of their trade,” Jim Bob says.

“Looks like you got a lot of help here,” says one worker, with something between a smile and a grimace. 

“And that way we can all learn together and maybe next time we’ll be able to do part of it ourselves, or all of it ourselves. Over the years we’ve save a lot of money by that.”

The older kids shared that sometimes the younger kids get in the way but that they don’t mind because they’re “planning for the future.”

The worker said that the job would have taken an hour-and-a-half but that with the Duggar family it took almost five hours.

“It’s been, uh, good,” he said. “It’s been fun .”


Zachary Stieber
Zachary Stieber covers U.S. and world news. He is based in Maryland.