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This show follows polygamous families living their plural lifestyle. It is a reality show that profiles one man and his wives; it is strangely intriguing since polygamy is so frowned upon. I for one do not believe in polygamy nor will I ever but watching this show keeps me interested because I always wondered how women in this lifestyle handle watching their husband either court a new potential sister wife (hence the title) or be married to another wife. I know these men claim that their lifestyle is for religious proposes but honestly, it's really about men not being faithful to their wives and always looking the other direction. I feel for all these women but some of them are strong and won't take their husbands b*llshit and stand up for themselves. I recommend watching this show because it will really keep your interest and quite honestly, it's hard to tear yourself away from it.
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