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At Robin’s, she wants a pantry and a hobby room/office plus an extra bedroom. A pantry I can see. Hobby room/office? Put a desk in a corner of the living or dining room just like everyone else. Extra bedroom? Um, no. You’ve already cost this family a ton of money, sweetheart. Time to reign in your spending.
Aaannnddd Meri. As you would expect, she is again harping about the freaking wet bar and now she wants a $45K tennis court. For Mariah, who is leaving soon – and until then, can certainly play on a public court. This sense of entitlement is breathtaking. No one “deserves” a wet bar, or a tennis court or a hobby room!
Kody observes that Meri and Janelle need to switch houseplans. Well, no, because Janelle’s place isn’t big enough for Meri either. Buckingham Palace wouldn’t be big enough to house Meri and her ego.
Now we meet the Dargers, Joe, Alina (wife #1), Vicki (wife #2 – but married the same day as Alina), and Valerie, who’s Vicki’s twin and married Joe about 10 years after her sister. They have 23 kids. The Dargers live in Utah (so apparently the campaign of harassment and intimidation the Browns claimed was going on doesn’t apply to otherpolygamists). Joe’s mom told Alina and Vicki to pursue marrying Joe together. They ignored that obvious red flag (what was next, did she check the sheets the morning after the marriage?) and married Joe . Val was in an abusive plural marriage and brought her kids to this marriage.
OK, first of all, what the hell was that wedding night like? Even a young guy can’t immediately recover. Ew. And spending the wedding night in a home where there is only one other person, no other sounds to mask the — again, ew! Second, twins? That just seems so . . . ick. And Alina is cousin to the twins, so all the kids are siblings andcousins? Now my head hurts. Also, I can’t tell the difference between Vicki and Valerie, so from here on I’m just calling them “Darger Wives”.
The Dargers are uber-organized. They drive to meet the Browns in a couple of vans. Whether they own or rent them, that’s a good economy. The Browns, on the other hand? 7 cars including Kody’s sportscar (so, useless). The Dargers have a packing and seating plan for the cars. They leave on time. They arrive on time. So kudos to them for managing the logistics of a large family well.
At the Browns’, everyone has dinner at Meri’s. Kody asks Joe what time he’d like to leave the next day. Joe says just don’t say 8 and leave at 10. Kody says they’re leaving at 10. I have never understood why the Browns can’t a) do things the night before and b) set alarms, c) get up on time, and d) leave on time. For that matter, I can’t understand why most people can’t do that.