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Sister Wives Season Finale: Kody Picks Robyn's Wedding Dress, Other Wives Freak

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Sister Wives season finale featured Kody and Robyn's wedding

Did you watch the Sister Wives season finale last night? The two-part Sister Wives season finale focused on Kody Brown’s wedding to fourth wife Robyn and the jealousy was a-flowin.

One of the issues with the Sister Wives finale wedding episode came when Kody blabbed that he helped pick out Robyn’s wedding dress.

The other sister wives kind of freaked out. And rightfully so.

Earlier in the Sister Wives season finale, all of the Sister Wives visit a bridal shop to pick out Robyn’s wedding dress and they all seem to be having this wonderful bonding moment, giving their input into which dress they like and spending time together trying on their dresses.

Seems Robyn was hiding a little secret from the other wives though, and Kody didn’t realize he wasn’t supposed to spill the beans that he picked out Robyn’s dress.

To say that the other wives were hurt would be an understatement – Christine walked out of the interview! First of all, they thought they were involved in the process, and second, it looks like Robyn was keeping something secret from them.

I wouldn’t expect it would be easy bringing a new wife into the Sister Wives fold. They’ve got a pretty established thing going Kody and his three wives and their children all live in one home broken into different apartments.

Plus, the sister wives have a system for sharing their time with Kody… and now new (younger) wife Robyn comes into the picture.  There’s bound to be some jealousy.

Did you watch the Sister Wives season finale? I can’t say that I understand how this plural family works, but it is pretty interesting reality TV.

Watch videos from the Sister Wives season finale!

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