As the Browns prepare a proper send-off for Logan's graduation, Kody and the wives push hard to get moved into their new homes before Christmas. Will all the pressures of moving and decorating for the holidays get the better of them?
Well, let's see. If his graduation was any indicator, this episode will be filled with chaos and less about Logan and more about his hapless parents. Joe Darger, care to organize? I'd like to see a well ran send off for once. I would love to be a bug on the wall when he and his wives are discussing this show. If Robyn cries, I may scream.
I find it a tad hard to swallow that Kody is so broken up over Logan leaving at this point. Janelle, certainly. That's her first baby, of whom she is so proud. He IS staying in the same town!. Kody is at the house, what, once a week, and now, he can have 100 excuses to go see the women, I mean Logan, at college. Somehow, I don't see Kody turning his head as the Duggars do. "nick nick" Can you imagine him walking around flipping his hair? More than one college student will get a chuckle out of that sight!
I digress, but back to the beginning, when we meet Logan and he's cooking breakfast. Still amazed that Meri could not cooperate and cook breakfast for Janelle's crew, when Janelle was paying her bills, and Logan got up and cooked breakfast every morning. What a good boy. That was just another fine example of how "they all work together" if it's cutting the checks, but not if Janelle's kids need fed or Christine needs a study break. Meri, what exactly DO you DO?
I say, RUN LOGAN RUN, and HAVE FUN!!!!
The Brown family sits down with NBC's Tamron Hall to look back at the latest dramatic season of Sister Wives and dig deeper into the ups and downs of life as a polygamist family separated into four different homes.
Now wait a minute- an hour of HOW the 4 homes have affected their lives, when they are now in 4 homes? Only Brown logic could be used on this one. Was Natalie too tough? Crud. I LIKED her!
Would it not be interesting if they showed each house they have lived in, and for how long? Kind of a back track up to now story? What about Robyn saying she lived with mom and then a small apt., but when we met her, she was in a nice house? I doubt they could do this, the stories would get all screwed up in their fantasy story telling.
Since the wives, minus Meri, own their home in their own name, it will be interesting if later on (and you know it will happen) when the bubble bursts, or the jewelry runs out of stock, if Janelle will relent and either sell her house for the greater good or keep it. She's plucked down her money once. I don't see a twice in her book. We are all looking for Kody and Meri's house to show up- of course it will, but probably a BORING story season ender. And it will cost more. it's Grody's, for crying out loud!
BTW. I came up with a little idea for four homes where the yard could be hidden. Somehow building 4 homes all backed up to other homes or a road is not very - private. Pardon my third grade drawing. Makes sense to me! Why don't they just own the fact they have lived apart more than they have lived together. Do you think they REALLY want privacy? I say Kody wants to be seen, wind in hair, or should I say tufts. If privacy is what they wanted, and a purer place to raise kids, also free land, Montana would be looking pretty good....