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Bonnie Says: Sister Wives' Kody Brown, You're A Fame Whore!
Sister Wives' Kody Brown, you could barely contain your giddiness in the show, about appearing on the Today Show, despite your children's fears about being ousted as polygamists.
I'm beginning to think that Kody Brown
is just a plain and simple narcissist after watching the Sister Wives'
premiere on Mar. 13.
The season opens with the family going public in two major ways that really call into question their sensitivity, or complete lack thereof, to their sixteen children.
It appears that Kody's
three older wives have stopped sniping against newcomer fourth wife, Robyn, in order to focus on - FAME!
is bubbling about going to NYC where he
harem will be interviewed about their polygamist lifestyle and show.
wives - Meri, #1, Janelle, #2, Christina, #3, and Robyn, #4, have strangely decided that this is now the perfect time to send almost their entire brood to public school for the first time - where they will most certainly and sadly be teased for being polygamist kids.
, are you thick as a brick?
, you LOVE LOVE LOVE NYC!
, I think you struggled for an answer because your polygamy has more to do with your horniness than getting into heaven.
Come on Kody
, why is fornicating with multiple "wives" necessary for getting into the heavenly kingdom?
Kody Brown and his four wives have failed to show that their constitutional rights were violated as a result of the statute, according to a motion filed in U.S. District Court.
In a separate declaration, Utah County Attorney Jeff Buhman appeared to indicate that a criminal prosecution of Kody Brown and his four wives was unlikely.
In a lawsuit filed earlier this year, Kody Brown
and his wives Meri, Janelle, Christine and Robyn, sued the state of Utah arguing that their right to practice polygamy was being infringed upon.
On Friday the attorneys filed a motion to have the case dismissed from federal court, stating that former Lehi residents Kody Brown
four wives lacked standing to challenge the constitutionality of Utah's
criminal bigamy statute because it was unlikely the state would charge the Browns for solely practicing polygamy.
Despite the recent well-publicized and deeply disturbing child molestation trial of self-proclaimed polygamist prophet Warren Jeffs, TV reality show polygamist Kody Brown
and his trendy wives and family seem to be everywhere these days.
four wives now live in Las Vegas and say they moved to avoid possible prosecution.
says, "Its like were out - this is who we are.
The polygamist family headed by Kody Brown
four wives are unconventional, but struggle to find ways for their kids to interact with other children from outside their family.
"We're a pretty conservative family so the fact that we were having a co-ed pool party was a little on the fringe for me, so we were keeping an eye on the kids," Kody
The family has moved to Las Vegas, Nevada, after their emotional departure from Utah
, and are having a difficult time adjusting to the move so the party is a time for Kody
four wives to get to know their kids' friends and their parents.
One couple who chatted with Kody
wives joked that Logan, the only boy at the party with the girls was "with a harem.
quickly shot that comparison down though: "That's not a harem, careful!
, the central protagonist of Sister Wives
, is a walking bundle of paradoxes.
four wives and sixteen children, the Mormon
is breaking the law of every US state, yet urges people to not judge his
family by such rules.
But after fleeing to Las Vegas to escape possible bigamy charges, he
professes himself to be too conservative to be comfortable with a mixed sex pool party, in footage that will air on Sunday.
interjects aggressively when one of his
children's friends' parents use the word 'harem' to describe a lone boy in a pool with girls.
Perhaps believing that the observation was directed at him, he
said 'that's not a harem - careful!' Kody
is more than aware that one definition of the word is 'the wives of a polygamous man.' At the end of their last controversial season, the family fled to Sin City to avoid facing third degree felony charges.
The Emmy-nominated series had brought Brown
and his wives Meri, Janelle, Christine and Robyn to the attention of the authorities in their home town of Lehi, and police were considering a bigamy charge.
In the reality TV's Big Love, Kody
clan flee to Sin City to live out their "conservative" polygamist faith values.
Blonde, tousle-haired Kody Brown
, 43, is the husband of four wives and the father of 16 children and, as the second half of Season Two opens, viewers learn that another child is on the way.
The offspring of Kody, an advertising salesman, and his most recently acquired wife Robyn, 32, will be the first "Nevada baby" for the Brown clan.
The teenaged Browns don't seem to be socializing adequately so Kody
and the wives meet with a Presbyterian minister about including the kids in his
church's youth group activities.
Now after fleeing to the freedom of Las Vegas after Kody
wives were being investigated in Utah
, the Browns older children are the ones who have been deeply affected by the move and not in a good way.
" is a TLC program about polygamist Kody Brown
and his four wives, Meri, Janelle, Christine and Robyn.
For the first two seasons, the Browns lived in a large house where each wife had her
own living space and kitchen; Kody
migrated between the sections of the house.
We will also see Kody
and Robyn upset as they have a scare with the baby.
is in tears in this preview.
It sounds like everything is fine now because she
is close to her
It appears the siblings are having a few problems getting along with each other and their moms have to step in and tell them to be nice to each other.
Christine will also make a comment that she
does not feel special anymore for some reason.
In a newly released sneak peek, Kody Brown
brides can been seen in the midst of several major shakeups.
The clip opens with fourth wife Robyn stating that she
and the other grownup Browns "want (their) children to choose this faith.
That not-so-surprising take is followed by a dose of spiritual rebellion from Maddie, Kody's eldest daughter with second wife Janelle, who isn't so sure she
wants to belong to any religion that encourages polygamy.
don't necessarily believe that it's right for me," the teen revealed.
But it seems a conflict of faith still isn't the toughest thing Kody
and the gang will face.
In fact, if the teases in the preview are anything to go by, they could be facing marital woes.
"When one of the couples is struggling, it shakes up the foundation of the family," Janelle said in the clip.
As for the couple in question, it seems safe to say it's Kody
and Christine, given the third wife's follow-up quote.
don't feel special anymore," she
was such a great dad to everybody and the sister wives worked so well together.
In this exclusive sneak peek of the upcoming episode of the controversial reality show obtained by RadarOnline.com, the children of Kody Brown
four wives talk to their friends about if they plan on having their own polygamist families in the future.
and three of his wives, Meri, Jenelle, and Christine sat with Cooper to discuss their lifestyle and a couple of interesting tidbits surfaced during the interview.
Mariah, the only child of Kody
first better-fifth Meri, stated that she
wanted to follow in her
parent's footsteps and become part of a plural marriage.
When the FLDS children were shown footage from Sister Wives
they had interesting responses in regards to what they saw.
One of them commented that he
sensed no love between the wives while another stated that their mothers never really got along and that the situation was always tense.
Kody Brown has four.
Kody Brown has four.
Wives, that is.
TLC, the network responsible for behemoth family exposes like "Kate Plus 8" and "19 Kids and Counting," is turning its reality TV attention to another kind of domestic abundance: polygamy.
"Sister Wives," premiering Sunday at 10 p.m., follows a fundamentalist Mormon family composed of one daddy, three mommies and 13 children living under one roof.
"It just felt like our story needed to be told," said Kody, the affable patriarch who works in advertising and lives with his family in Lehi, Utah.
"There's a lot of stereotypes out there that are actually perpetuated by the press.
I wanted to make sure the world understood that we're polygamists, but we're not the polygamists that you think you know."
The series follows Kody
, 41, as he
brings fourth "sister wife" Roybn, 31, and her
three children from a previous marriage into the brood. (He is only legally married to first wife Meri, 39.) Kody
and the wives, who said they are not members of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
, wanted to give a public face to polygamy.
"There's boundaries that we've established," said Kody
Sister Wives' Kody ...
Sister Wives' Kody Brown and the rest of his 21-person family will file a suit tomorrow, but its goal isn't to get polygamy on the books as a recognized kind of marriage.
The Browns just don't want to be punished for their "intimate conduct," and want federal courts to instruct states that they aren't permitted to take such an action as long as no other laws (like child abuse or seeking multiple marriage licenses) are being broken, the New York Times reports.
himself has a civil marriage with just one of his
The other three are "sister wives" he
has not formally wedded.
But making those unions illegal violates parts of the First and 14th Amendments, the family argues.
"We only wish to live our private lives according to our beliefs," Brown
said in a statement.
Sister Wives's Kody ...
Sister Wives's Kody Brown and first wife, Meri, relive m
Sister Wives's Kody Brown and his four spouses will not