Monday, June 6, 2011

'Sister Wives' finale: Season 3 in Las Vegas with a new baby?

"Sister Wives" brought Season 2 to a close Sunday night (June 5) with a season finale that saw the entire 21-member Brown family packing up and leaving Utah, due to the investigation into their family.

The family moved to Las Vegas, NV and temporarily bunked in a four-bedroom vacation rental. Each wife got her own bedroom and the 16 children (minus the baby) were scattered hither and yon throughout the house. While the younger kids thought it was a great adventure, the older kids were not happy about being uprooted to Nevada. They did seem to understand, however, how important it was to leave Utah and to stay together as a family.

It was interesting to watch the family search for four houses near each other. We wish they had the ability to just build one big house where everyone can live, but perhaps that will start next season. It was also interesting to see the new neighbors' reactions to the Browns. Would you care if a "plig" family moved in next door? We don't think we would.

The biggest news once the family reached Las Vegas (which we already knew, since the show films months in advance) was that Kody and Robyn are pregnant, which will be their first biological addition to the family and will bring the grand total to 22. They left us with quite the cliffhanger about how Meri would take the news, as she had some jealousy issues with Robyn plus she could only have one child.

There is no official word about renewal for a Season 3 yet, but the show does well for TLC and we find the subject matter pretty inter.

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