I just watched the season 3 episode where they'd moved into their temporary pre-cuddle sac homes and yes, they certainly did go furniture shopping! I watched with my mouth open in amazement. They proudly stroll on into a MASSIVE furniture store and naturally, the first thing Kody has to do is tell the clerk (who was extremely nice and helpful and had to have made a massive commision from these yahoos) that he had "FOUR! WIVES! Ha! Can you believe that? They're all mine! Here, feel my muscles!" Now I'm not hip to the cost of brand-new furnitue, having purchased the majority of our stuff from family members or garage sales (my bedroom set was from a garage sale...we bought it on our way home from our honeymoon and I remember thinking, it'll do for now - 29 years later we still have it and I still love it, but I digress)...what was I saying? OH - they had to have carted at least 15-20 grand of furniture out of that store, unless it was a resale place (but it didn't appear to be). Meri got a couch that she hated but Kody talked her into, Janelle got a crap-ton of dark brown and beige overstuffed living room furniture, Christine got a bed (which she then covered with a red quilt and tossed on some red pillows in a room with the walls painted red - it looked like a bordello crime scene but whatever), and Robyn got an entire bedroom set because she was the new toy and Kody knew he'd be spending the majority of his time in that particular room. Kody had to have been spending TLC's latest paycheck, because who up and moves a family of 35 people and then goes out and buys everyone brand new furnishings??
For some reason, I have higher hopes for Ysabel, Gwen and Truely maybe not marrying so fast, perhaps going to college, or finding a good career. But then I also had these hopes for Aspyn and Mykelti, and we see how that turned out.
Off topic - I can't believe how many INFJ's are in here! It's supposedly the rarest personality type - in fact, I take the test for fun every couple of years to see if I'm still really an INFJ. The downside for me is that I tend to take on the stresses of others even when I myself am not stressed - so, this world we've been living in since March has played a very strong part in the fact that I can no longer watch the news and have unfollowed nearly 50% of my family on Facebook.