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Posted on Apr 10, 2009 at 7:46AM


Season Four of TLC’s Jon & Kate Plus Eight ended with its highest ratings ever, but also with looming questions.   Jon Gosselin questioned his future as a reality show star saying:  "I can't be Jon, I have to be Jon and Kate Plus 8, which is a really hard thing for me."  And rumors about their marriage persist.

On the state of their marriage
“I am not perfect. This struggle has definitely put some tension in our marriage.  But I never cheated on Kate. Kate and I are together.” (Jon)
About how Jon saw his future
“I always thought I’d be, like, 54 years old and marry a 19-year-old or something.”  (Jon)
About the loss of privacy
“The fact that we are recognized, screamed at, mobbed and so often approached when we’re together does make life difficult.” (Kate)
 “Kate and I maybe have 10 minutes together while we’re cleaning up the kitchen, but otherwise it’s the kids and the show and meeting and, well, see you next Christmas, Kate.” (Jon)
About their roles as parents
“It’s a tough thing, breaking this stereotype that you’re worthless if you’re a stay-at-home parent.  People still define one another by their careers…Kate’s a type A personality, and I’m a giver.” (Jon)
About their fans
“I don’t get it.  I’m just a mom who’s doing her best – not unlike moms everywhere.  I just happen to have a few more kids than the average.” (Kate)
Their advice for Octomom Nadya Suleman
“Just take one day at a time, accept a lot of help and try to use the little moments that arise to connect with each kid.” (Kate)
About life pre-sextuplets
“I wouldn’t return to those days.  We think of the TV show as our family job, one that lets us stay home together.” (Kate)

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