Kody Brown, the star of the famous TLC series "Sister Wives," had a very blunt message for his three remaining wives on Sunday's episode.
After Christine Brown startled everyone by leaving their polygamous relationship, the 53-year-old reality star had a serious chat with his other spouses about how he wanted them to act moving ahead.
“I’m going to be the head of my household again, and so I’m not going to be circumvented in that. And so, if everyone’s willing to conform to patriarchy again, I guess,” Kody told the women.
“‘Cause, I’ve been fighting to make everybody happy. My bitterness is out of trying to do that and not having the family that I had thought about and designed,” he continued, per Insider.
Kody Brown demanded nothing but respect from his remaining wives.
“And if it is too awkward or if I don’t feel like I’m the head of my household when people are around, then I’m not going to have the whole family together,” he said. “I’m at a point now in my life where I don’t have time to waste on people who won’t respect me or treat me with respect.”
Kody mentioned being “disappointed” in how things were going “because somewhere along the line, I should’ve taken the reins, but I felt like all of your independence was more important.” He said the family was missing “unity,” and he was “sorry we failed.”
His wife, Janelle, voiced her own concerns about the new regime. “Yeah, I didn’t know I’d signed up for patriarchy, but that’s not what we all agreed on in the very beginning,” she said during a confessional interview on Sunday’s episode.
Even though Christine left the four families back in 2018 she recently expressed how happy how life has become in a recent interview, as The Daily Wire previously reported.
“I realized I didn’t really want to live it anymore,” she said earlier this year. “I didn’t like sharing a husband or feeling like I wasn’t important.”
Christine said moving to Salt Lake City changed everything in the best possible way.
“I get to live life for me,” the mom of six told the publication. “My whole world has changed, and every single cell in my body is happier.”