Sister Wives Recap: Courting Another Wife
“Sister Wives” Season 6 Episode 3 “Courting Another Wife” aired last Jan. 18, 2015 at 9:00 p.m. on TLC. Kody Brown calls his wives to talk about his recent issue with Christine. Read on to know what happens next.
Last episode, Christine was furious with the idea of seeing Ken again. She was appalled about Kody’s decision to keep his friendship with him. She hated Ken because he told Kody to leave his wives to return to the Mormon Church. Kody put the injury on himself when he showed the text message to his wives. Strangely, Christine was the most affected.
The other wives try to stay out of the couple’s dilemma, but Kody wants them to be aware about it. Christine apologizes because she said some things that affected the family. However, she admits that she is still mad at Kody. She knows that Kody will try his best to make her accept Ken.
The most important thing in the meantime is things are settled. Christine just keeps her mouth shut. The Brown family visited another polygamous family – the Colliers. Despite the fact that they are a polygamous family, they are still curious with the Colliers’ way of life. Colliers are honest about their passion in expanding their family. They are currently courting somebody to be the third wife.
Kody’s family likes Nathan Collier. Christine is pleased with the man’s perspective about marriage. She wants Kody to hang out with men like Nathan.
After the chitchat, the two polygamous families play with the ATVs for fun. However, Dayton is the only one who is not excited about it. He was in a traumatic accident because of it. He just got a surgery for his eyelid. Robyn does a great job in motivating her son. Dayton is able to ride on the ATV again without fear.
There you have it for the recap on “Sister Wives” Season 6 Episode 3 “Courting Another Wife,” which aired last Jan. 18, 2015 at 9:00 p.m. on TLC. Catch the next episode on Jan. 25, 2015. For more updates about this show, including spoilers and recaps, follow Movie News Guide (MNG).
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