If last week's Sister Wives season premiere taught us anything, it's that life in a polygamist household entails a different spin on some of life's rites of passage.
Case in point from last night's episode: "The Talk."
As in the talk about s-e-x. How does a man with four wives and 17 kids (or something, we lost count) broach this topic? What values does Kody Brown instill?
In the living room of one of the family's new Nevada homes, the Brown Bomber took charge, telling the kids he doesn't want them to date in high school.
That did not exactly go over well.
"You should not be sexual until you've graduated high school ever," he said, adding that he'd "prefer" they wait until marriage to become sexually active.
"I don't really want to talk about my daughters marrying ... or dating," Brown says later. Understandable, given that he's married four people's daughters.Meanwhile, Kody, Janelle and Christine are all looking for new jobs and decided to look into real estate. Wouldn't you know it, their realtor needs help.
They need to wait six weeks to get their licenses, but the trio helped set up some open houses and appeared to enjoy it at least. We wish them luck.
The most significant development last night was when Kody Brown and his fourth wife, Robyn, dealt with a scary possibility regarding her pregnancy.
Kody and Robyn were facing a miscarriage head-on.
The pair announced they were expecting last week, but Robyn said she'd had some "symptoms" and wanted to head to the doctor as a precaution.
Kody and Robyn were "emotional devastated" thinking of the unthinkable, but after a tense few moments, the little one's heartbeat came through.
Filled with relief, Robyn started crying. Kody texted a worried Meri to let her know the good news. All is right in Casa Brown, at least for one week.
What did you think of this week's Sister Wives? Can he really stop the kids from dating? How many kids is too many? Will they be good realtors?