'Sister Wives' Star Kody Brown & His Four Wives Will Have A TLC Special On Halloween!

Fri, October 22, 2010 8:18pm EST by 3 Comments

It seems the Brown’s have been bitten by the interview bug! First they sat down with Oprah, now they’re doing an in depth interview with NBC’s Natalie Morales!

Despite an ongoing polygamy investigation into the lives of Kody Brown and his four wives, the TLC reality stars aren’t flying under the radar! TLC has just announced that Kody, Meri, Janelle, Christine, and Robyn will take part in a one hour Sister Wives special that will air on Oct. 31, yes — Halloween! The stars of the seven-part docu-series will be interviewed by NBC’s Natalie Morales and they will “speak about how their lives have changed since the premiere of their show.”

In case you were wondering if the stars will steer clear of the questions we all want answered, you’re in luck. TLC says that the Brown’s will talk about the investigation, and any “breaking family news.”

You better mark your calendars, because it’s set to air Oct. 31 at 10 PM ET, and again at midnight. But in case you’ll be out trick or treating, it will re-air Nov. 3 at 9 PM ET!

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Lucius Scribbens

Posted at 12:36 AM on October 23, 2010  


There is nothing in the definition of “wife” that states what form that marriage must take, be it legal or spiritual. The definition of “wife” is: a woman joined in marriage to a man; a woman considered in relation to her husband; spouse.

If they consider themselves man and wife, than they are. You may say different, but to them they are and that’s all that counts. Just because you personally don’t recognize their relationship doesn’t invalidate it.

Although the non-State recognized partners may not be covered under Kody’s insurance I’m sure he has policies on each of them and the kids as family units. Single women with kids can get insurance also, you know.

Your comments appear to be based on personal biases and not on fact. They are opinions only, and an opinion is a view, attitude or appraisal that rests on grounds insufficient to produce complete certainty.

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Jancis M. Andrews

Posted at 10:36 PM on October 22, 2010  

Why is the media calling these women “wives?” They’re not. Only the first wife is the legal wife. The other three are concubines in Kody the Copulator’s harem. Don’t these silly women realizing they are putting themselves and their children at risk of poverty? The three concubines are not entitled to share in Kody’s health insurance, dental insurance, life insurance, pensions etc. Only the legal wife is, the rest are on their own. God help them if they and their children have a medical emergency. God help them later on when Kody’s 16 children need help with university fees. Kody the Copulator’s supreme selfishness is impoverishing them all. Wake up, women, and smell the coffee! Protect yourselves, but above all, protect your children! You should realize that the year is 2010 AD, not 2010 BC, and harems and concubines belong to the dark ages when women were chattels to be traded among men. The ancient, enslaving practice of polygamy has no place in modern America, where women are considered equal to men.

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Posted at 1:25 AM on October 23, 2010  

Its all for publicity. They will make more money off the show than the allegations.

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