The Sister Wives visit Mariah and her fiancee, Audrey, in Chicago. Meri opens up about how badly she behaved when Mariah first came out as gay and Mariah confesses about her struggles growing up gay in their polygamist church.
Robyn's rental house has been sold out from under her and she has only 28 days to find a new home. There are no rentals and tensions run high as Kody insists they buy. Not wanting to slow down building homes on Coyote Pass, Robyn refuses. It's an impasse.
A forest fire is bearing down on Meri's house and she's freaking out. Meri prepares to evacuate. Robyn is just days away from losing her rental and tensions are high with Kody. Lastly, Madison is having contractions and thinks the baby is coming tonight!
Maddie thinks she's in labor, but it's a false alarm, so Kody heads back to Flagstaff. Kody and Robyn are at wits' end over their struggle to close on her house. Then, Kody and Meri head to their therapist in Vegas, where the brutal truth comes out.
Kody and Robyn are struggling with the bank as the mortgage process is not designed for plural marriage. Then in North Carolina, Maddie's water breaks - at the mall. Evie K is born, but when she has problems breathing, an ambulance is called.
Janelle gathers Kody and the wives to talk about their increasingly tense family dynamic. Kody gets honest and says he doesn't want to advocate for polygamy anymore, and Robyn and Christine open up about their own insecurities as they question everything.
The Browns visit their polygamist friends to discuss the sudden and exciting possibility that polygamy will be decriminalized in Utah. The car trip to get there is a mess, but once there, the excitement is palpable. Could the family relocate back to Utah?
Mariah and Audrey are in town and share an exciting announcement with the family. Robyn tries to help Kody patch things up with Meri after their big fight on the property, but Kody pushes back and doesn't seem interested in fixing things.
Robyn questions why Christine said the family "hates" her when they all gather. Mariah and Audrey look at wedding venues, and they say that anyone who disapproves of their same-sex marriage isn't invited. Then, COVID-19 fears sweep the country.
Kody and the wives struggle to adapt to the pandemic as a polygamous family. Robyn is terrified for her children's health, and Janelle tearfully tells Kody to stay away. As he decides where he'll quarantine, Kody teaches the kids how to save toilet paper.
Utah has decriminalized polygamy, and Christine toys with the idea of moving back. Meanwhile, coronavirus cases are rising, and Arizona goes into lockdown. Janelle tells Kody to stop coming over, and the whole family grapples with how to handle it all.
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