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Capitalizing on the success of its hit series "Sister Wives," TLC focuses on the journeys of three unique families in various phases of polygamous relationships. Cameras capture the intimate process of men seeking, dating or incorporating a new wife into their family structure and the myriad triumphs, frustrations and heartaches associated with the emotional changes. Of course, with multiple husbands, wives and 20-plus children residing between the households, drama-filled days are inevitable. But these families are determined to open their hearts and homes to new wives, even if a few growing pains are felt along the way.

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The Alldredges, Snowdens, McGees and Winders all meet for the first time to answer tough questions about each of their journeys in plural dating and take a deep dive together into the season's juiciest moments.
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Ashley and Dimitri Snowden are just a few days away from marrying Vanessa, but when their three families with their three big personalities all get together, everything can go wrong.
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The Snowdens look toward the future after Dimitri and Vanessa become intimate, but Ashley surprises them with some news; Brandy reunites with the McGees; the Alldredges are shocked by the latest Jennifer news; the Winders discuss their future.
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The Alldredges are frustrated by Jennifer's mysterious behavior; the Winders video chat with a potential sister wife; Paige questions if this lifestyle is what she really wants; the Snowdens prepare for Dimitri and Vanessa to be intimate.
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Paige's jealousy gets out of control; Jeff receives shocking news; the Snowdens try to win over Vanessa's twin.
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Vanessa and her sister clash over her choice to join a polygamist lifestyle; the Alldredges prepare for Jennifer's visit until Jeff gets a strange text message.
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The Snowdens arrive in LA and hope their relationship with Vanessa will still work under one roof; the McGees nervously prep for Brandy's arrival; the Alldredges ask Jennifer to come for a visit; the Winders find a possible interest online.
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The McGees set ground rules for courting and intimacy and ask a potential sister wife to meet in-person; the Winders launch their online dating profile; the Snowdens decide to make a move that could impact Vanessa's life in a serious way.
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Surprises are in store when Jeff tells his wives about Jennifer's abrupt exit; Dimitri decides to introduce Vanessa to Ashley's mother without telling her; the McGees video chat with a potential sister wife; Sophie Winder's family visits.
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The Alldredges' potential sister wife throws their courtship off track; Vanesa throws a curve ball at Dimitri on their date; the McGees move out of their camper for more space and privacy; the Winders take a public stand for their plural lifestyle.
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Vanessa experiences life as a Snowden; the McGees tell their sons they want to seek a sister wife; the Winders go out in public as a trio for the first time; the Alldredges wonder if their potential sister wife, Jennifer, will show up on their date.
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The Snowdens and the Alldredges court a new sister wife; elsewhere, young newlyweds, the Winders, still have a plural marriage in secret; the McGees seek their first sister wife.

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