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Tamron Hall sits down with Kody, Meri, Janelle, Christine, and Robyn to talk about the season's major events, including being observed by Anthropology students; Kody and Christine's road trip argument about his friend Ken; PMS; Christine's mother moving in; the sister wives' relationships with one another; Madison's and Mykelti's high school graduation; Madison's decision to join a different church; and Meri's decision to seek a legal divorce from Kody.moreless
Meri speaks with an attorney about the possibility of legally divorcing Kody so that he can marry Robyn, in order to adopt her children. She then approaches Kody, Robyn, Janelle, and Christine, but not all of them seem keen on the idea.
The anthropology students, Richard and Antoinette, finish up their stay with the Browns by asking the adults some more personal questions and exchanging feedback with them, before reporting back to their professor. Finally, Meri drops a bombshell.
Two anthropology students, Antoinette and Richard, move in with the Browns for four days to observe and interact with the family. The wives decide to pull a prank on the students. Later, one of the wives becomes defensive when the students discuss the concept of marriage and relationships when some of the kids are within earshot. Later, an altercation between two of the kids during a family outing leaves the adults searching for answers about what really happened.moreless
The family moves Christine's oldest daughters, Aspyn and Mykelti, into their first apartment. A week later, the family travels to Utah to move Christine's mom, Annie, back to Las Vegas with them.
Tensions continue between Kody and Christine on the last leg of their journey. Finally, the Browns make it to Montana to meet another polygamist family, the Colliers. The families enjoy riding ATVs, rafting, and getting to know each other. Later, the adults from both families go out to dinner together, but conversation about PMS and women's emotions frustrate another wife.moreless
The family heads north on a road trip to visit family and friends along the way, but tensions arise when Kody contacts an old friend whose comments have offended Christine.
Mykelti and Madison have their separate high school graduations and graduation parties. Dayton undergoes eye surgery. Christine and Kody take Mykelti to interview with a fashion designer for a potential internship. Then, Janelle and Kody take Madison to college in Utah so she can get settled in her apartment and begin working, but they struggle saying goodbye.moreless
After multiple days travelling in RVs from Las Vegas to Missouri, the Browns get acquainted with the Christian polygamist family they traveled to meet.
The family prepares to take a road trip to meet another polygamist family. Janelle struggles with her health journey. Meanwhile, Logan and some friends have a poker night at his residence; Madison goes on a double date; Aspyn and her sorority sisters play pinball; and Mykelti goes mini-golfing with some friends from her high school. The parents reflect on how their kids have changed since moving from Utah.moreless
After their initial meeting with a friend and potential investor in their business, Kody, Meri, Janelle, Christine, and Robyn have 20 days to get a coherent business plan and professional presentation together. Between relationship issues, fear of public speaking, and disorganization, they wonder if they'll be able to prepare and impress the potential investors.moreless
Kody's dream is for his family to be together as one big, plural family. But with the stress and strain of 4 separate homes, mounting bills and teens preparing to leave home, the family is more divided than ever. Is the family heading down a dead-end street?