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Sister Wives Season 4 Episode 1 “Polygamist Debt Threat” Live Recap 11/18/12

Sister Wives Season 4 Episode 1 “Polygamist Debt Threat” Live Recap 11/18/12Tonight is the season 4 premiere of Sister Wives on TLC as Kody Brown and his four wives return. Tonight’s show is called “Polygamist Debt Threat.” Did you watch last season’s season finale? If you want to catch up, we did and we recapped it here for you!

Have you ever watched Sister Wives? The show is about Advertising salesman, 42, Kody Brown, his four wives; Meri, Janelle, Christine and Robyn and their 16 children. Basically the Browns are just a normal family trying to live a society that shuns their polygamist lifestyle.

On tonight’s season 4 premiere Kody lets his wives know that they can get a divorce any time they want. Desperate to get their family back together, the Browns put money down to hold land in order to build homes altogether on one cul de sac. But the shockingly Robyn’s bad credit of could hold back the entire family.

This season the show will be broadcast from Las Vegas instead of Utah. “I love Vegas — it’s my new home town! But I miss the four seasons”, said Janelle. “Vegas has been good to us. I miss our friends and our religious community in Utah,” added her husband, Kody Brown.

We will be live blogging the episode with all the up-to-the-minute details at 9:00pm so make sure to come back to this spot and watch the show with us.

SISTER WIVES SEASON 4 EPISODE 1 LIVE RECAP!


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Lea | November 18th, 2012

Call BS on the Brown Family debt. Use the welfare system and then have the audacity to file bankruptcy. As for Robyn, yeah, sure, I believed you pretty little lies. May not be able to afford vacations, and sit around all day doing nothing, but thank goodness I have a moral backbone to pay my bills.