'Sister Wives': Janelle and Meri Brown Have a Tensed Conversation About Coyote Pass Property
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In a sneek peak at the Sunday, December 12 episode of the TLC show, the wives of Kody Brown talks about their Coyote Pass, Flagstaff property plans when they are hiking.

AceShowbiz - Janelle Brown and Meri Brown will be putting it all in an upcoming episode of "Sister Wives". In a sneek peak at the Sunday, December 12 episode of the TLC show, the wives of Kody Brown talks about their Coyote Pass, Flagstaff property plans when they are hiking.

"I have heard you say quite often about the pond and not wanting anybody by it," Meri tells Janelle in the new footageo obtained by PEOPLE. "And I've also heard you talk about the house in Lehi, and so it makes me feel like there's still some…something."

Janelle then reveals that she fears that Meri would build a home on the pond and restrict access to the outdoor space for the rest of the Brown family. "I had some real concerns. And then for a while, you were talking about being by the pond and possibly having a deck, which would be awesome," she explains.

"But I worried because in Lehi, you didn't want people walking through – Christine and I couldn't walk through your house to get to each other's houses," Janelle adds, referring to a family home in Lehi, Utah, which was inhabited by Kody's first three wives prior to 2011.

The house featured three living spaces for Janelle, Meri and Christine Brown. Meri's space included the only internal pathway between the other wives' individual sections. However, Meri preferred her sister wives use the external route.

"I worked full time. There was a time that I worked two jobs," Meri reasons in a confessional. "I just felt like it wasn't inappropriate for me to have the respect of my personal space within my home when I wasn't even there."

Season 16 of "Sister Wives" has been documenting the process of the cast building ideas for the Brown family's Coyote Pass property. Kody changed the building design from four individual houses to five distinct plots, much to everyone's dismay. He also planned to have a pond in the property.

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