If you had to choose which of Kody Brown’s wives is the most miserable in her current situation, who would you pick? That gorgeous mane aside, he has to get all of their nerves from time to time. Hard to imagine, I know. The Sister Wives stud has seen his fair share of changes of the past few seasons, but what can we expect in the show’s upcoming sixth season?
Kody and his real wife and three other “spiritual” wives will return in early January of next year September 13th to TLC (their Facebook page posted as I was writing!), and rumors are already swirling about what’s going on in the cul-de-sac compound. Let’s rehash what’s been going on before we speculate, shall we? Last season saw Meri, Kody’s first and only legal wife of twenty-five years, file for divorce. Did she come to her senses about this sham? Nope. Did she high-tail it out of Vegas before the ink could dry on the papers screaming, “I’m free! I’m free!”? Unfortunately not. Was there another man? No. Another woman? Well, duh! Meri wanted to pave the way for her favorite sister wife (the closet loving one) Robyn Sullivan-Brown to legally wed their husband.
The official word is that Kody divorced Meri to legally marry Robyn so that her children by a previous marriage could be adopted. It had absolutely nothing to do with Robyn being younger, hotter, and still enamored with Kody’s hair. Last week Kody and Robyn announced their second pregnancy.
The newest offspring will be Kody’s 18th(!!!!) and Robyn’s 5th. Fans of the show have been eagerly waiting for Meri to issue a reaction. Meri struggled with infertility; she and Kody only have one child, Mariah, who is currently in college. However Meri’s reaction to the pregnancy news was drama-free and polite.
Meri Brown just celebrated her 25th wedding anniversary to Kody Brown, but instead of partaking in the rest of family’s jubilation over the milestone, she’s posting cryptic messages on social media about pain ending, joy coming, being a fighter, and finally seeing the light. Hmmm… I’m sensing that someone isn’t feeling the love. I’m also feeling that everyone else is trying to pretend it’s all fiiinne!
Meri’s barrage of escape and freedom-themed social media posts have us all wondering is she leaving Kody, the family, and Sister Wives!? Let’s hope!
Kody and Meridivorced in February, but to the public insisted the split was more about finances and logistics than it was about a lack of love. Her fellow sister wives insisted Kody and Meri remained “spiritually” connected.
On Monday, 1.55 million checked out the season finale of Vanderpump Rules, and a little over 1.3 million stuck around to see the season premiere of Shahs of Sunset. See the numbers below to see how the rest of the shows are doing.
Let’s see if Tamron Hall asks the tough questions. Following last night’s Sister Wives finale, Tamron sits down with Kody Brown, Janelle, Meri, Christine, and Robyn for a tell-all special on the season. she begins questioning Kody about his willingness to open his home to the anthropology students. Kody was upset to see that the professor automatically expected that there would be stereotypes in each wife, and Robyn finds it funny that people assume that the four wives are expected to make up one good wife instead of four separate and whole people. Christine and Janelle admit that it was refreshing and relieving to hear what the students thought of them. They didn’t know the students reactions to their family until they watched that with the rest of the viewers.
Tamron questions whether Kody was upset that he was expected to be a jerk. He laughs that he is a jerk because he always speaks his mind. Tamron clarifies that the students initially thought he was a jerk because he needed multiple wives to feed his ego. The family understands their misconceptions and was happy to see that they were quashed after spending time with the Brown clan. Yet another Brown family RV road trip is highlighted, more specifically Christine’s disdain for Kody’s friend Ken. Of course, Kody infamously blames his wife’s attitude on PMS. Christine admits that the episode was polarizing. Kody recognizes that his ego may have played into his inability to ask his friend to apologize for Ken’s insensitive comment. Tamron wonders why the idea of the long courtship was so sensitive to Christine given the fact that she and Kody have been married for over twenty years. Kody admits that after that episode he seriously considered pulling the plug on the show.
It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for (or at least that I’ve been waiting for…how sad is that?). TLC’s Sister Wives is going to fill us in on the secret behind Kody Brown’s divorce from first (and only legal) wife Meri. I can’t wait to see how they spin this situation. Like everything else surrounding the Browns, it’s sure to be extremely anticlimactic and involve some embarrassing lip sync performance. Let’s find out, shall we?
Because of the Oscars, it’s been two weeks since we last saw the Browns. The episode and season finale (finally!) begins with Meri meeting with her attorney regarding a split from Kody. She reveals that the family would really love for Kody to be able to adopt Robyn’s three children from her previous marriage, and in order for that to happen, she would need to be legally married to him. Aha! That’s it? She worries that should something happen to Robyn, the family would have no legal claim to her children. According to Meri, Kody and Robyn do not know she’s investigating this option. Her lawyer details the process–she and Kody won’t even have to go to court. There will be a ten day waiting period, and then Robyn can marry Kody. Meri’s only fear is that once all is said and done, Kody still won’t be able to adopt Robyn’s kids. After all they are a polygamist family and Robyn’s ex-husband would have to terminate his parental rights. Lots of variables there, folks!
Real Housewives of Atlanta logged an increase this week, with 2.853 million viewers, but its numbers are down overall. Last season, 10 of the 25 episodes garnered over four million viewers. The season six average was 3.87 million. As of right now the season seven average is 3.16 million. Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, which draws a much smaller but steady audience, attracted 1.78 million viewers this week. Take a look below to see how your shows are doing.