Well, your guess is as good as mine.
Did anyone else catch Robyn's explaining that the 'car' was a 'bonus' Kody earned for THEIR work at a 'marketing' company. Interesting to know that we can just leave off the words Multi Level and just go with the Marketing to describe LIV International. It's so deceptive, don't you think? Kody can barely string 3 coherent sentences together in an interview, so I can just imagine one of his 'marketing' presentations. I hope Meri's driving that car, because she is the driving force behind that bonus car!
What is WRONG with these people?
But before I answer that question, let's get on to the first date, with Meri.
Kody even admits...he is a lousy skiing instructor. Yeah, got to agree with you on that one, most instructors make sure their students can stop, and certainly wouldn't have them barrelling down the slopes at 30 mph. Thank God when she wiped out, she didn't take out other skiers too. Too bad about your knee, Meri. Maybe next time you'll take instruction from someone better qualified.
Kody and Meri are not very smart.
With Meri laid up with an injured knee, Kody runs off to his next date with Janelle.
Anyway, she appeared to be happy in the wilderness with Kody.
Next, we go to Christine's house. After a brief discussion with daughter Gwendlyn about her decision to ask her brother Logan to take her to the Valentine's dance instead of her father, Christine scurries over to Meri's to help her out.
Kody has a talking head where he says sister wives will discuss their marital problems with their fellow sister wives. Maybe in a perfect polygamist world, but does anyone really think it's prudent to discuss your problems with a rival? And let's be real, these women are all rivals for Kody's attention, and they don't even make an attempt to be even friends. So why should the viewing audience be misled to believe these women are sisterly with each other when clearly, they are not? And that the advice they dish out is anything but self-serving?
Yep, Robyn's right. It's not for amateurs. And especially not for a self-deluded AUB princess who wanted to be the LAST wife and thought she WOULD BE the LAST wife, but alas, was not.
I wonder if Kody and Krew ever thought about taking a cruise on a Love Boat? He needs to become buddies with a cruise company owner. (wink, wink, nudge, nudge)
"We'll work it out..." says Kody, as he rocks her back and forth. Yeah, right...
I think Christine had a point that Kody doesn't appear to allocate his time equally. But that point is now moot, because Christine has promised to be more grateful of the crumbs he begrudgingly doles out to her and their children. And in his talking head, Kody admits that he "... actually spend more time with each individual wife relationship...Me and one wife....than I do with the whole family relationship." Yeah Kody, we definitely can see that.
For some reason, that saying of Kody's about Love Being Multiplied, Not Divided is simply not adding up in the real world. And who is suffering? The children, of course.
After listening to Robyn drone on and on (and she does drone in a nasal monotone voice) about Sol's future and that Kody will be 62 when Sol leaves for college. I think to myself I would cut my ears out my head if I had to listen to her drone on and on and on. I tell ya, she's only been a sister wife for a year and a half and already she claims to knows more about being a sister wife than the 3 women who've been together for over 20 twenty years. That takes chutzpah!
I think I'm beginning to see what's wrong with this family, and Christine was RIGHT !
Finally as this hour slowly comes to the end, we find out that Kody checks his kids 'social media' accounts. Oh really? So THAT's why the teen girls were tweeting how they had the greatest dad and family in the world!
And before we leave this episode, here's my favorite picture! It pretty much sums up this episode!
|Hey, he asked Savanah nicely!|
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