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A reality series explores non-monogamous, committed relationships involving more than two people.

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The San Diego pod and their lovers go on their annual getaway; Chris, Leigh Ann and Megan discuss the future of their relationship.
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Chris and Leigh Ann are apprehensive; Tahl and Christian contemplate the next step.
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Chris and Megan come face to face with Leigh Ann and her boyfriend; Tahl gets ready for his date with Michael's brother; Jen is in for a surprise.
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Leigh Ann faces an ultimatum when her boyfriend arrives; Jesse's jealousy issues come to a head with Jen; Kamala breaks a rule.
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A threesome has an unpredictable outcome; Tahl breaks one of Jen's rules; Leigh Ann faces an ultimatum from Chris.
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Michael requests a threesome with Kamala and Rachel; Jen's sister challenges her; Chris and Megan confront Leigh Ann.
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Leigh Ann feels distant from Chris; Chris tries to fix things; Michael is concerned with Kamala's lover's monogamy will cause problems; Jen is caught between Tahl and Jesse.
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A family, new to the lifestyle, tries to figure things out; Leigh Ann worries about her connection with her husband; Tahl is concerned with the amount of time Jen is spending at her new lover's house.
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The San Diego pod travels to Los Angeles for Anthony, Lindsey and Vanessa's commitment ceremony; Jen has a breakdown when Tahl sleeps with Kamala and Michael without Jen's consent.
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Tahl contemplates coming out as polyamorous to his parents; Lindsey considers doing the same with hers while also telling them that she and Anthony are engaged to Vanessa.
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The triad travel to San Diego for a potluck to find other polyamorists.
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The poly pod celebrate Kamala and Michael's 10th anniversary; the triad celebrate three anniversaries in one.
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Vanessa reaches an important decision about her relationship with Anthony and Lindsey; Jen's monogamous sister confronts her about being polyamorous while married to Tahl.
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Lindsey and Anthony reconnect with their ex-girlfriend; Kamala and Michael invite another couple to live with them.
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Couples seek relationships with other lovers.

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