Sister Wives Season 3 Episode 5 Recap 6/3/12

Sister Wives Season 3 Episode 5 Recap 6/3/12

A new episode of TLC’s hit show Sister Wives airs tonight titled “Infertility & Nesting”. Stand by as we cover the episode with all the up-to-the-minute details.

Have you been watching Sister Wives? The show is about Advertising salesman, 42, Kody Brown, his four wives; Meri, Janelle, Christine and Robyn and their 16 children. Basically the Browns are just a normal family trying to live in a society that shuns their polygamist lifestyle.

In tonight’s episode, Jenelle is determined to open a gym, but we are left wondering if Kody is going to support her? Meri talks about her fertility problems, she always dreamed of having another child “I completely assumed that after I had Mariah it would be very easy for me to conceive again and that just didn’t happen”; The Browns apply for separate mortgages as they dream of getting their family into adjacent homes.

I absolutely love this show! This family is loving, the children all appear to be well adjusted in their stable environment. Last week the family was cleared of bigamy charges and any further charges won’t be filed by the state of Utah. Really, what is the difference between what Brown does versus what Hugh Hefner does? Both are living and having sex with multiple women at the same time and it only seems right that what’s good for the goose be good for the gander.

We will be live blogging the episode with all the up-to-the-minute details at 9pm so make sure to come back to this spot and watch the show with us. Make sure to refresh often so you get the most current info! While you wait for the episode you can catch a sneak peek of tonight’s episode below.

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RECAP: The Brown’s have been looking for homes for a long time, they want four of them right beside each other with schools nearby. After a year, they have found a perfect location. They meet with Mona, the real estate agent to go over the details. Janelle has all the paperwork in order, she is ready to move into a new home. There is a lot of paperwork from all the women, they just need to get it submitted.

Kody doesn’t want everyone to get their hearts broken, so he tells them to just believe it because they can do it.

Janelle is really excited to open the gym, but her investor has bailed. Janelle’s quality of life is off the charts because she is not active – so this is why she wants to work out and help other people who are overweight to do the same. She has prepared a business plan that she is going to present to the rest of the family.

At a meeting, Janelle presents and Kody tells her that if they fail, it will mean bankruptcy. Basically Kody doesn’t think this business will be profitable. Janelle is upset because she has to sell everything to Kody before they can do anything in.

Meri and Kody are going to see a doctor about fertility. The two have been married for 22 years and she has wanted eight kids. When Kody and Janelle were expecting, Meri was upset because she wasn’t able to conceive and began having anger issues. Then the month after Christine married Kody, she got pregnant. Kody thinks Meri was so emotionally invested in having a baby, which is the reason she couldn’t conceive. Once she stopped focusing on it, Mariah was conceived. Meri then goes on to say that at 10 weeks pregnant with her second child, the pregnancy wasn’t viable. Meri was frustrated, after another twelve years of trying, the child was taken away from them and now it has been four years.

The doctor tells Meri and Kody that they are both going to be checked again and they have to start with seeing the fertility specialists in Las Vegas who first asks them how many times a month do they have intercourse. Meri assures her that that is not a problem.

The doctor goes on to explain all the in-vitro process. After the appointment, Meri and Kody both want to get another second opinion. Meri wants another baby, but doesn’t know if she will be able to go with the possibility of “I might be able to “.

The end.

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