Season 3 begins with the Browns' first Christmas in Las Vegas, though the wives are living in separate rental properties. Kody has to find a Christmas tree while hunting for a home where they can all live together.
The pressure is on Kody to make all four Date Nights interesting-and romantic-whether he and his wives are enjoying winter sports, playing paintball or spending an evening at home.
While preparing for Kody's birthday, Christine bluntly opens up to Robyn about her problems since the latter joined the family as the fourth wife.
The Browns answer viewer questions on a range of topics, including contraception, gay children and Kody's favorite and disliked traits of his wives.
Janelle wants to open a gym; Meri talks about her fertility problems; the family look into separate mortgages in a bid to acquire adjacent homes.
What's the most awkward day of the year for a Polygamist? Valentine's Day! And how do the Browns handle monogamy's biggest holiday of love? This year, Kody takes his young daughters to a daddy-daughter Valentine's dance at their school.
The Brown brothers are coming to town! Kody ditches his four wives for his three brothers as they hit up the city of sin. They're cruising on motorcycles, hanging out at a biker bar, and shooting guns.
Logan, Mariah, Madison, and Hunter head back to Utah to visit their family and friends, but more importantly, to visit the happy home they left behind.
Kody makes good on his promise to Meri escaping to Mexico for a romantic getaway. They climb ancient temples and swim with dolphins But despite all the romance, the conversation turns serious when Kody asks Meri about Robyn's offer of surrogacy.
The Browns invite viewers into their home to answer more in depth questions about their plural marriage lifestyle. But this time, they invite their teenagers to join the discussion.
As high school graduation nears, Logan finally decides on which college he will attend. Meanwhile, Kody and the wives are on the verge of fulfilling their dream of bringing the family back together.
Kody and the Wives speak to NBC News' Natalie Morales about polygamy, life in Las Vegas, and their new book detailing life in the Brown family before the cameras started rolling. In addition, Natalie also sits down with five of the Brown's oldest kids.
The Browns try to solidify their family bonds by investing in property where they can build four homes on one cul-de-sac.
Kody and the wives attend parent-teacher conferences. Logan graduates from high school. Meri feels pressured to have another child. The wives have some conflict over the size of Meri's house.
The Browns plan a vacation with their polygamist friends, the Dargers, as they head to the beach for some polygamist fun in the sun. For the first time we'll meet another polygamist family and discover how they're the same, or different from the Browns.
The dark side of polygamy is uncovered when the Brown teenagers volunteer for an organization that helps people escape from abusive polygamist families.
Tensions rise as the Sister Wives fight for the bonus features they want for each house. Later, the Brown family digs deep when the family pet is ailing. A compromise leaves them all in tears.
With the Sister Wives living separately for over a year now, the Brown family structure is falling apart. After stressing out over finances, the wives try hard to start a web business, and Christine makes another attempt to pass her real estate exam.
The wives plan a dream pilgrimage across country to Nauvoo, Illinois, the birthplace of American polygamy. But the three-day road trip turns into much more than they bargained for as tempers start to flare and relationships get tested.
As the Browns prepare a proper send-off for Logan's graduation, Kody and the wives push hard to get moved into their new homes before Christmas.
The Brown family sits down with NBC's Tamron Hall to look back at the latest dramatic season of Sister Wives and dig deeper into the ups and downs of life as a polygamist family separated into four different homes.