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Sister Wives Season Finale

October 18, 2010 by Post Team 

Sister Wives Season Finale, TLC brought his new series “Sister Wives” to a close on Sunday (October 17). The end around and Kody Wedding fourth wife Robyn and the merger of his family with their three children. This season saw the introduction and courtship of Robyn, the birth of a child does not. 13 (True) and finally the wedding.

There were some palpable jealousy between the wives with regard to party all – Jane and Christine have not really receptions, Janelle because his family did not polygamous basically wanted nothing to do with the wedding and Christine do not believe that the new wife to enter into a polygamous household must have a great reception.

The great scandal of the first half of the bottom line is that Kody Robyn helped choose her wedding dress. Robyn did not want to tell him and he just rushes like an idiot, jumping puppy. The other women are really happy with that, and we can see how disturbed.

Things work fine, however, at the time of the wedding and reception rolls around. The cameras are not allowed inside the ceremony, which is a bummer because I was curious to see if it was like any other wedding ceremony, but we understand. At the reception, the wives sister Robyn gave his “welcome to the club” gift – a Claddagh ring, which all wear too. It was very sweet.

Sister wives seem to have some problems to work through, despite Meri, Jane and Christine all I like Robyn. It’s a big change. TLC to bring hope back for a second season and second season shows how the family really have Robyn and their children move into the house of Brown in the first three wives and 13 children live.

What do you think, “Sister Wives” fans? Are you excited for a second season? What do you think should display?

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