Seeking Sister Wife, April 15, 2024, TLC, “Seeking Answers”

Seeking Sister Wife

Seeking Answers, a new episode of Seeking Sister Wife, airing on TLC on Monday April 15, sees the The Davises, comprising patriarch Nick Davis and his three wives, April, Jennifer, and Danielle, deciding if they are ready to start dating again. Nick, who is unemployed and spends his days at home, would like to add a fourth wife to the clan. However, Jennifer, April, and Danielle aren’t sure it’s a good idea. The family is also dealing with insecurities from Danielle, who has moved out of the family home due to her reluctance to expand the family further.

Meanwhile The Salahuddins, comprising husband Naeem Salahuddin and wife Nailah Salahuddin, go on a date with a younger woman. The couple, who are Muslim, have been together for 15 years, and it was Nailah’s idea to try polygamy. They have seven children and are facing financial troubles, having been sued multiple times for unpaid rent.

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Plus Becky Ryan and Justin Ryan, a couple married for 26 years, arrive home questioning their polygamous lifestyle. Justin has a current girlfriend, but due to her continued struggle to adjust to their lifestyle, the Ryans decide to start dating a woman named Yary.

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And Garrick and Dannielle Merrifield fight when Dannielle grows wary of Nathalia’s motives. The Merrifields are dealing with the heartbreak of being dumped by their previous Brazilian fiancé, Roberta Pache. They have since embarked on a new journey with Nathalia, a new potential sister wife.

Seeking Sister Wife: Seeking Answers airs Monday April 15, 2024, at 9.05 pm on TLC.

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