Robyn and Kody Brown of TLC’s Sister Wives fought in their marriage last season. Fans are surprised by the polygamist husband’s challenges with his fourth and youngest wife, especially since Robyn has long been considered Kody’s favorite wife.
In a new preview clip of the Mar. 8 episode of Sister Wives, “Breaking Point”, Kody and Robyn once again disagree. When Robyn Brown’s house for rent in Flagstaff sells unexpectedly, Kody Brown wants to buy, but Robyn is convinced that the family should rent instead.
Robyn Brown seems angry when she takes it out on the producers of Sister Wives. The 41-year-old mother of five allusions to her husband overstepping her boundaries and not presenting them as a team. “I think Kody decided to tell the kids he wants to buy,” she says in the TLC preview.
“It’s not a question of wanting, love,” he pushes Kody Brown into the interview. “It’s a matter of, there’s only one choice.”
But Robyn Brown wants the family to wait for divine intervention, especially since buying a house instead of renting will delay the process of building the Coyote Pass. The star of Sister Wives has been open about her desire to be part of a plural family, and she doesn’t want her children to be isolated from the children of her sister wives.
“God is not limited by the rules of this land,” exclaims Robyn Brown. “And if he wants to provide the rent when he provides it, that’s fine.”
Kody Brown objects, stating definitively, “I’m not saying I don’t think he can do it. I’m saying he’s telling us to do something else.”
“That’s not telling me! Robyn snaps miserably in response.
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Kody Brown overrides his wife’s objections again, pushing the issue of buying with the children. “We barely have time to buy, close and move,” he says. “All right, let me ask you something. It might get us back to Coyote Pass. It might.”
But Robyn Brown tells the TLC producers that Kody Brown’s not completely honest. “It’ll get us back until we move to Coyote Pass,” she tells them. “I don’t know why he’s saying that, but he might.”
The star of Sister Wives also explains that the whole Brown family suffers when they’re not together. She doesn’t want to be part of the reason why the family is kept apart even longer. “It’s not just about me and my kids if we have to buy and delay,” says Robyn Brown. “It’s affecting the whole family.”
Christine Brown, Kody Brown’s third wife, thinks that both Robyn and Kody have a point in favor in the purchase versus rent debate. “I think both options are great for the family. I really do,” she confesses at the end of the inspection. “I bought. It delays us, but in the end, they both help the family.” They really do.”