Let's be honest: the Sister Wives crew has been kind of a mess for a long, long time now.
And we're not even talking their usual polygamy drama mess -- for a good few years now, Meri has had and has introduced some serious problems in the Brown family.
Even though Meri's been friendly with Kody's fourth wife, Robyn, it does seem like she's dealt with some jealousy issues, and those only got worse when Kody legally divorced her to marry Robyn.
The divorce made sense -- the family did it that way so that Kody could have rights over the three children Robyn had with her ex-husband -- but Meri still took it very personally.
Around the same time as the divorce, Meri began talking to a man online, and they quickly became very close.
One could even say she had an emotional affair with him, and she may have gone even further if the man hadn't turned out to be a catfish.
Yep, the man she'd been falling for was actually a woman, and the whole thing really and truly broke her.
That's all happened a few years ago at this point, but as we've been seeing on the current season of Sister Wives, it's still causing plenty of issues in the family.
One of those issues is that Kody is pretty much over Meri entirely.
In this sneak peek for their upcoming tell-all episode, the Sister Wives crew sit down to go over some issues they've had, and one particular comment Kody made is brought up.
Andrea Canning, the woman interviewing the family, asks about the scene in which he tells a reporter that Meri says she's his wife, but they don't "co-habitate."
Kody and his man-bun explain that they made that comment because they were feeling "a little snarky -- not towards Meri, but towards this law."
Feelings about laws aside, Meri says that she was "mixed" by his statement because "part of me was like 'wait, we don't need to share every little bit of information about our lives,' but at the same time, it's time to start being real and honest."
Robyn, dear sweet Robyn, cuts in with "Kody sometimes says stuff he shouldn't say."
Truer words, right?
Andrea says that it was difficult to hear Kody and Meri talk about feeling like a divorced couple, but Meri laughs and says "Well technically, we are!"
And she's right, of course, but the bitterness in her voice is a bit extreme.
Andrea soldiers on and adds that Kody also said he didn't want to be intimate with Meri, and he admits that he still feels that way, even today.
Meri asks if she feels the same way or if she does want to be intimate, and she replies that she simply wants "more of a relationship with him than we're having right now."
Kody begins to say that they don't know how to fix things, but Meri cuts him off pointedly by saying that the solution is to have "two parties wanting to work toward it."
So ... yikes.
At this point, it's really hard to understand why they're even still together.
Meri has obviously been unhappy for a very long time, enough to start talking to who she thought was another man, and now that Kody is understandably upset about that, she's desperate to make things work.
It doesn't make sense, it's silly for both of them to waste their time like this -- even in the very first season, they were having problems.
If Kody doesn't even want to be intimate with her anymore ... it really sounds like this Sister Wives ship has already sailed.
Fly free, Meri.