Sister Wives: Kody Brown Explains It All

Sister Wives: Kody Brown Explains It All

TLC Sister Wives spoiler discovers that we’ve learned a lot about what holds the Browns together and what doesn’t. When it comes to land and property, they will fight to the death. In the last episode of Sister Wives, Kody Brown let something slip when they were all sitting around talking about the land on the Coyote Pass. There’s something wrong with this picture and that could be why nobody bought the land until the Browns came along. We have the story of what happened.

Sister Wives: Kody Brown Explains It All

Remember when Kody Brown made his presentation to the board about how the family should move and presented the wives with different areas of land. Everyone decided to move to Coyote Pass, a piece of land that hasn’t been touched since they bought it. The family visited the land many times and no one even started building or moving the land. So, what’s really going on in Coyote Pass?

The Browns have been around for the lady for the holidays and leisure, but absolutely nothing has been done to the land. Why? Kody dropped some clues about the last episode of Sister Wives.

When Kody went back to his lawyer, he had a big plan for the land. This plan involves money and building rental properties, since there’s a shortage in their area. As soon as he started telling his wives, he didn’t have the smile.

The land increased in value, but if you remember, Kody promised the wives that they would all live in a house on the land. After he left on this bribe-rental property, he could make $300,000 profit on the land! The wives want their houses to be on this land and they thought it would be very similar to the cul-de-sac they all lived in when they were in Vegas.

We already know that Kody and his wife, Kody, bought a big house so that she and her kids could live there. Why can she buy a house when all the wives are for rent? There’s a lot of things that don’t make sense in Kody’s brain, and maybe you can understand that.

Written by Ashley Bennett

Ashley Bennett is a US Reality TV/Entertainment Writer with theworldnewsdaily.


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  1. I am not here to judge this families dynamics but there is a reason why none of the kids wants to live this lifestyle…something was and is still missing.

    Meri, your are not the victim, accept your part in why things are going left, it takes 2.

    Jannel, you are doing you. You love your kids and your are not going to fight for Kody’s love. You have confidence in your self and place.

    Christine is the realest wives I know. What you see is what you get.

    Robyn, you are Kody can lie to the world but Roybn you are the one. It did not matter how many kids you have before, but you are the one. Kody is willing to take the fall for the house(you not wanting to buy), something he would not do with his other wives. If you are the one going to marriage counselling and not Meri, he would still take the fall for you’ll problems, with Meri he is ready to throw under the bus. If it was one of the wives that said oh you are the one who married…wives, he would shut them down and say oh family unit, bla bla. He has a personal relationship with you then with the rest its family relationship.

    He says he loves you all…biggest lies, he even compared y’ll love to that of the children, he is only sleeping with the wives and not the kids so it not the same kind of love.

    Robyn is showing her colour though. She kisses you in the presence of other wives, that’s disrespectful and inconsiderate compared to what you are trying to portray to the world. You are not in a monogamous relationship. You do so in presence of the family.

    Kody is ready to let the other woman go just because of Robyn and that’s if push comes to shoves.

  2. First season til now sister wives went from great wives share and a guy with attitude to now guy with attitude and divorce or single mom’s with 6 legal children not 18 the kids are just as focus as their mom’s. So why watch when really it is not a plural marriage they are not under the same roof .

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