The Discovery+ launch with all the seasons of Sister Wives offers fans of the show a chance to deep dive into how everything first started with the polygamous family when they debuted on reality television over 10 years ago. The series opened with an introduction to the daily ife of Kody Brown and his three wives (at the time,) but the crux of the plot for the season was built around bringing a fourth wife into the family after 16 years of the inital four of them being married.
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The Coyote Pass property owned by Sister Wives star Kody Brown and his four wives is comprised of multiple parcels in widely varying sizes. Find out how many acres and what percentage of the purchase prices that each wife owns based on whose names are on the deeds. (The results are far from even, and fairly predictable.) Plus, how much have the Browns spent out of pocket on down payments for their Coyote Pass land and Robyn and Christine’s houses? How much do they owe in total?
Season 14 of Sister Wives saw Kody Brown continue to fight for the dream of building a single, large home on their Coyote Pass property in Flagstaff, Arizona, but the theme of Season 15 seems to be that Kody is done with plural marriage completely. He voiced this sentiment directly and indirectly in a multitude of ways on episode 8 titled “Can I Light You Up?” during an awkward 30th-anniversary celebration with his first wife Meri. “Would every one of these women be better off married to a different guy?” Kody questions during the episode.
Sister Wives star Meri Brown announced earlier today that her mother, Bonnie Ahlstrom, passed away unexpectedly at the age of 76.