‘Sister Wives’: Meri Brown Channels the Bottle House from ‘I Dream of Jeannie’

Sister Wives star Meri Brown looks like she climbed inside the famous bottle from the show I Dream of Jeannie in a recent post. While the pic shows a very happy-looking Meri Brown, it’s not known if this was taken in her home or not. But it looks like she may need a bottle in the future. Or at least somewhere else besides the new home she rents when filming Sister Wives.

Sister Wives: Meri Brown in Bottom of a ‘I Dream of Jeannie’ Bottle?

Meri’s new Flagstaff rental home hasn’t been featured on Sister Wives and it probably won’t be if latest reports ring true. But from what this recent photo shows it looks as if she’s got a fantasy room to stretch out in. One that resembles the bottle Barbara Eden called home for her character of Jeannie on I Dream of Jeannie. 

Kody’s wife, Meri Brown, isn’t dressed up like a Jeannie who floats out of a bottle in a plume of smoke. But her surroundings do look very similar to the 1960s sitcom. Or at least it does to the fans who commented about the similarities on her Instagram post.

The major intrigue surrounding Sister Wives concerns more than just the interaction between Kody Brown, Meri Brown and his other wives. It also goes beyond the curiosity of how four women sharing one husband navigate this nontraditional territory.

Sister Wives: Meri Brown

Meri Brown House to Remain a Mystery?

The Sister Wives show offers so much more about this family than meets the eye. Viewers do watch to see how they manage to get along with each other. But Sister Wives gives fans a birds-eye view into the four different homes of Kody Brown’s four wives. Or at least this was the case when they filmed in Vegas.

Now that Meri Brown and her Sister Wives have moved to Flagstaff with husband Kody, it looks like two of the four homes of the Sister Wives spouses are off limits for filming. It seems reports surfaced saying two of houses’ rental agreements include a clause that stipulates no TV cameras.

The reason behind this is unknown. Maybe these homeowners don’t want the properties part of a television show. Or possibly this clause is to appease the neighbors who live nearby.

Fans saw the curiosity of Robyn Brown’s neighbors when the fleet of moving trucks rolled down her street. They came out to greet the Brown brood when a dozen vehicles emptied almost two dozen Brown family members onto the front lawn.

Sister Wives: Lifestyle Is No Problem

Reports indicate the people of Flagstaff have no problem with the polygamous lifestyle. They welcome Kody Brown and his Sister Wives family. However, some folks don’t welcome a media circus. They can do without an invasion of a film crew in the town.

Since Christina Brown owns her home in Flagstaff it can’t be her home with a no-filming clause. Sister Wives already featured Robyn Brown’s million dollar rental home last season. So it’s not her house. It seems that leaves Meri and Janelle Brown’s rental properties. So it looks like they fall under that report of two homes off-limits to cameras.

It seems, to make up for the lack of space to film the Sister Wives new season, they’ve rented a warehouse. This is where her couch confessional will take place if a new report is true.

While no official word from TLC on the renewal of Sister Wives emerged yet, cameras filming the family pretty much tells the story. TLC tends to leave fans in anticipation of renewal or cancellation of a show. It is usually the cameras hovering over the reality stars that offer up the first clue of a new season is in the works.

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