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The rarely seen world of a polygamist family is documented in "Sister Wives," which follows Kody Brown, his four wives and their combined 18 children trying to live as a "normal" family in a society that shuns their lifestyle. Three of the wives -- Meri, Janelle and Christine -- have worked for years with Kody to develop a cohesive, loving unit, and their marriages produced 13 kids. Then wife No. 4, Robyn, and her three children were added to the family much later, a development that produced mixed feelings, insecurities and uncertainties. Will it disrupt the balance and change the Browns' lives for the worse?

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aired 109 days ago
In the dramatic conclusion of Sister Wives Tell All, Paedon reveals why he refused to join the rest of the family to protest Utah's new polygamy law; the adults discuss how Kody and Meri's marriage is affecting the family.
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Kody and Robyn are struggling with the bank as the mortgage process is not designed for plural marriage; in North Carolina, Maddie's water breaks at the mall; Evie K is born, but when she has problems breathing, an ambulance is called.
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Maddie thinks she's in labor, but it's a false alarm, so Kody heads back to Flagstaff; Kody and Robyn are at wits' end over their struggle to close on her house; Kody and Meri head to their therapist in Vegas, where the brutal truth comes out.
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A forest fire is bearing down on Meri's house and she's freaking out as she prepares to evacuate; Robyn is just days away from losing her rental and tensions are high with Kody.
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Robyn's rental house has been sold out from under her and she has only 28 days to find a new home; there are no rentals and tensions run high as Kody insists on buying a home; not wanting to stop building homes on Coyote Pass, Robyn refuses.
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The Sister Wives visit Mariah and her fiancée, Audrey, in Chicago; Mariah reveals her struggles growing up gay in their polygamist church.
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Just as Robyn's family has adjusted to Flagstaff they learn that the owner is selling their rental house; they have 60 days to leave; Robyn and Kody fight in front of the kids over it.
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Robyn, Meri and Kody have a huge fight over who will get which piece of land; Janelle worries the whole family won't get access to the pond; tempers flare and everyone is lashing out at everyone else in the worst fight the family has ever had.
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Janelle moves once again to be closer to her sister wives; Kody won't give up his dream to live all under one roof, but the wives can't agree to do it.
aired 161 days ago
The wives begin to unpack after moving the family to Flagstaff, Ariz.; the cops pay a visit to Meri's new rental property.
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Kody tells his friend Kyle, a polygamist who's first wife left him, that he is feeling jaded about polygamy; Kody's wives are refusing to all live under one roof and the roller-coaster ride of houses has everyone at a boiling point.
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Valentine's Day proves to be awkward for a polygamist; at Kody's birthday party, Mariah and her girlfriend show up with a major announcement.
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It's Christmas and the family is divided over Kody's pitch to live in one house; a pregnancy is revealed; the family confronts the fact that their houses in Vegas are not selling; their finances are at a breaking point.
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On Christmas Eve, Kody presents his plan to the family for all four wives to live in one big house; Janelle likes the idea, but Christine is against it.
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Meri returns to Flagstaff but still feels alone; Kody has a plan to reunite the family.
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Aspyn and Mitch are getting married with bagpipes, kilts and lots of flower girls; it's a perfect day but the officiant has lost his voice and the Browns are stressing because they now have to move to Flagstaff within a month.
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The Browns look at properties in Flagstaff and they are split over which one to buy; Robyn and Christine prefer one and Meri and Kody another; Janelle is the tiebreaker and her decision is surprising; they make an offer and the response is sobering.
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Blocked from moving to Utah, Kody pitches Flagstaff, Ariz.; he takes Meri there to look at land and starts to tell the children, some of whom have meltdowns about moving.
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The neighbors drive Meri out of town; the Las Vegas properties aren't selling.
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Christine and Meri try to recover the fun relationship they had years ago; Kody and Christine go to check out Flagstaff, Ariz.; Mariah has something big to announce to the family; Janelle talks to her children about the move.
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Aspyn goes wedding dress shopping, but after the fun, Kody drops a huge bombshell; with a weird whiteboard presentation, he tells his wives they need to sell their houses and move; Janelle digs in her heels and refuses to do this to her kids.

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