On the episode, Kody explained how Meri and Christine used to have a "fun" relationship.
"You don't feel comfortable around me," Meri told Christine, as she responded in her confessional, "She comes in the room heavy, bringing a lot of baggage with her. I don't know what to do with it."
As readers know, Kody divorced first wife Meri to marry fourth spouse Robyn. Meri was then caught up in a catfish scandal. They had a six-month relationship before Meri discovered she was a woman.
Christine responded, "We don't talk. We don't have any conversations. You're not comfortable with me!"
Meri then explained how they were closer when their children were younger.
"We don't need each other to baby sit," Meri said. "We used to have so much fun together. I know how to laugh and have fun. I do that with my friends!"
Christine also noted that their relationship changed when she welcome her daughter Truely, as she "just became a mom."
"It's not like I talk to Robyn and Janelle," Christine said. "I'm not that close with them either. My relationship with my sister wives and Kody became hard. I can't give it my all when I don't want to do it."
Christine then said in her confessional, "You're trying to be best friends with a woman who has a relationship with your husband. When I'm having a bad day with Kody, the last thing I want is to see him having a good relationship with someone else."
Meri explained how she still feels on the outs with Kody and her family.
"It's hard to be here and work on these relationships in the family," Meri said. "I'm looking in from the outside. I don't feel like I have a husband and wife relationship."
Christine responded, "I can tell Meri you have a place in this family, but until she believes she has a place she won't. Decide to be a wife, decide to be sister wife, it's that simple."
On a previous episode, Meri bought a bed and breakfast in Utah. The family, who lived in Nevada at the time, feared she bought the home to leave the family.
Sister Wives airs Sundays at 8/7c on TLC.
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