It seems like Kody Brown and his family are talking about weddings every single episode.
But here we are.
On Sister Wives Season 9 Episode 4, the family continued to prepare for Mykelit's wedding to Tony, and Kody had a lot to say about the looming nuptials.
“My baby girl’s getting married today,” the patriarch of the Brown family said.
“[Your] wedding’s gonna come together, you guys are gonna do your ‘I Dos’ without a hitch, and even if you have a hitch, if the cake falls over, if drunk cousins come, nothing’s gonna ruin this day for you guys if you two stay connected in each other’s eyes,” he said.
Maybe Kody forgot that his very public arguments with some of his wives have made the news over the years, but he was still acting like he knew everything.
Should we have expected anything less from this man? Probably not.
But it did show that he was at least trying to be positive about the wedding because a lot of fans have been critical of the wedding.
Mykelti and Tony have had demands for the big day that would send the wealthiest of families towards bankruptcy, but Kody and his wives seemed to try and accommodate the demands of the kids.
As we said before, it must be difficult when it seems like there are weddings happening every few weeks on the show.
The wedding rehearsal seemed to hit a lull pretty much off the bat, and that's not a good thing.
As expected, Mykelti was starting to feel the heat. She and Tony had all of the visitors gearing up to attend the event, but what if something ruined the big day?
Thankfully, Kody's speech helped quell fears that the day was going to be a disaster and it helped everyone move past it.
That's not to say Meri was off the hook, however.
If you watch Sister Wives online, you will know that Meri has been struggling to find her place in the family ever since her daughter went off to college.
Given that highly publicized catfish scandal and the drama that came with it, Meri has seemed like a perpetual outsider, and it makes sense that she would want to branch away from the family.
That's why she was rolling full steam ahead to open Lizzie's Heritage Inn. Yes, she seemed to brush off what her family said about the bed and breakfast.
Could this foreshadow Meri's exit from the series? If anything, she had had some very public meltdowns on the camera, and she likely wants to move past it.
That could explain why her family was worried about her buying the new business in the first place. It ruins the purpose of the show if one of the wives leaves, right?
In all honesty, not much happened in "Meri's Crazy Idea." It was 120 minutes of filler in preparation for the wedding episodes which look sure to be filled with drama.
Sister Wives continues Sunday on TLC.