things heat up for the family and the production gets a little more dramatic. musical cues and edits do more to accentuate, or produce, drama. it’s still plenty better than the average reality show fare, though. the family now has 4 wives and is “out” so they are now the subject of a bigamy investigation in utah. they decide to move to las vegas and do so with little notice to most of the kids, which causes some friction. it’s interesting to see them all grapple with everything that is happening – a big move, four houses instead of the one that the series began with, a criminal investigation, etc.
for them, it seems like this way of life works pretty well and i find myself wishing for them that people would just let them live. why does society investigate this guy for openly loving and providing for four women, yet there are guys all over the country with 8 kids from 6 different women who aren’t breaking any laws? it just makes no sense. they also don’t seem like the type of people for whom the struggle against tyranny is the thing keeping it all together. with some relationships, once you eliminate the opposition the whole thing falls apart; i don’t think that’s the case here.Watched on TV