"Sister Wives" returned for a whole new season of drama with Kody Brown, his wives and their massive brood of children. After moving to Las Vegas last season, the family was struggling because they weren't all able to live together. So they came up with an idea to build four homes -- one for each of the wives and their kids -- in a cul de sac.
The big question mark for this undertaking hung over Robyn, because her credit turned out to be terrible. She said it was because her previous relationship left her with a bunch of bad debt. She worked hard over the span of thirty days to improve things, and by the end of it everyone was approved for the loans necessary to make their family homes dream a reality.
But while things were progressing on that front, there was plenty of drama within the family. Teenage daughter Madison was proving to be one source of stress, with her partying lifestyle. Kody also wasn't too happy with her rejection of the polygamist lifestyle.
"Why don’t you want to be part of our religion?" he asked her.
"'Cause I don’t want to share my husband, and I don’t think it’s for me," she said.
The Browns are members of the Apostolic United Brethren Church. While The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints has officially rejected polygamy, the Brown family openly continues with the practice.
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CORRECTION: A previous version of this post incorrectly identified the Brown family's church as the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ Of Latter-Day Saints. The family belongs to the Apostolic United Brethren.