Sister Wives star Kody Brown put his best salesperson hat on when he went to work on his four wives back in Vegas during the last season. Looks like Kody Brown did everything in his power to get his wives to agree to the move to Flagstaff. But now it looks like the women on his pitch are materializing in Flagstaff. But it didn’t.
When Kody Brown wanted his Sister Wives clan to move to Flagstaff, the family felt there was some urgency behind it. But that urgency still remains a mystery. That urgent need might have fed what the fans have been going through. That’s Kody giving everything in an effort to send his wives to Flagstaff.
Sister Wives: Kody Brown Big Selling Point Sours
Kody Brown’s sales pitch to his co-wives had several good points. Or at least it sounded that way during the last season. Now that Sister Wives Season 14 is here, it looks like a few of his outlets have been pushed aside.
Even before they relocated to Flagstaff one of Kody Brown’s pitches unraveled. He told Sister Wives’ husbands that their money gets better value for money in Flagstaff in terms of housing costs.
But when they had changed the price of the land and the cost of building their houses, they found out differently. Yet Kody Brown wasn’t distracted by that.
It wasn’t until the Sister Wives tribe landed in Flagstaff with all their worldly belongings that the next surprise emerged. Maybe it was the biggest advantage of all the ones Kody Brown presented to bring his wives to Arizona. But when he arrived in their new hometown, he immediately exploded in a wife’s face.
Sister Wives: Flagstaff Move Implodes at Meri Brown’s House
It took moving in, lock, stock, and barrel for one of the biggest points from Kody’s sales pitch to sour. That selling point had to do with the acceptance of their plural marriage. The family had no problems in Vegas with people. No one shunned the Sister Wives because of their lifestyle. After all, it’s a city of enormous diversity.
But Kody Brown and his Sister Wives relocation pitch included how accepting the folks in Flagstaff tend to be. Kody told the Chicago Sun-Times newspaper the same thing he told his wives when he presented the move to them.
“Let’s just say there’s a lot of hippies in Flagstaff and they’re awesome”. He liked their “live and let live” attitude. They moved to a city where resolutions to promote inclusion and diversity were adopted by the city council. Kody Brown’s plan included broad acceptance of their polygamous lifestyle. But, uh… something went wrong.
Sister Wives: Been There – Done That
Kody Brown not only pumped up himself about the move, but he also pumped his wives up as well. They fled Utah years ago with the law on their necks. The adults of the Sister Wives also have to worry about their children and what they’ve done to them.
It’s one thing as an adult to fight off people who don’t agree with your living arrangements. But no one wants their children to go through it. When the other wives found out, they got worried. Janelle Brown asked her co-owners what kind of situation they were in with this relocation.
So when police arrived at Meri Brown ’s home on their first night in Flagstaff, it reminded them of their Utah exit. Now with the release of the latest promo video, Sister Wives fans find out that a neighbor called the police to Meri’s rental house. Eventually the neighbors drove her out of that house.
A neighbor got in touch with Meri’s landlord and the landlord contacted Meri Brown. She said the landlord asked her if she’d consider moving.The landlord also told Sister Wives matriarch, Meri Brown, that she was reviewing her decision to rent out to her. But as Kody notes, the contract is binding and it should be him or Meri to break it.
Full Disclosure Still Didn’t Mean a Thing?
Meri Brown said she disclosed everything to the landlord before moving in. She told the woman she was in a plural marriage. Meri also told the landlady that she was part of the Sister Wives series that was to be filmed in the house.
But Meri Brown was bullied and she also claimed her landlord was bullied as well. It’s the polygamous lifestyle that the neighborhood didn’t want.
So it looks like when Kody claimed they’d be treated just like everyone else in Flagstaff, he didn’t count on Meri’s neighbor throwing an iron in that fire. Of course he couldn’t foresee that Meri would have neighbors who wouldn’t follow that “live and let live” motto. But the welcome car he painted for his wives now rolled over him when his words came back to bite him.