Kody Brown says on 'Sister Wives' that he's not going to 'break my back' to help his wife Janelle because she doesn't 'respect' him

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Kody Brown and Janelle Brown. TLC; TLC
Kody Brown said on "Sister Wives" that he doesn't want to help his wife Janelle build a house.
"If you don't respect me, don't care about love," Kody said.
Janelle said Kody took his relationship troubles out on her, which she described as "amazing."
Tensions ran high between Kody Brown and his second wife Janelle Brown on Sunday's episode of "Sister Wives" because Kody refused to "break my back" for a woman he felt didn't "respect" him.
As documented in Season 17, Janelle moved with her daughter Savanah Brown, 17, from their home in Flagstaff, Arizona to an RV on the Brown family's Coyote Pass estate. She hoped the rest of the family would start building houses there, as they were originally planned to do.
But life in the RV turned out to be harder than expected, so Janelle changed her mind and told Kody that she now wants to rent a house to live in until her house is built.
Meri Brown, Janelle Brown, Kody Brown, Christine Brown and Robyn BrownFrederick M. Brown/Getty Images
The couple argued several times throughout the episode because Kody wanted Janelle to buy his ex Christine's house (which was on the market at the time) so they could rent it out in the future. Janelle fought back, saying she couldn't afford the mortgage on both houses. She thought she could build her home on Coyote Pass in a year.
In a solo interview, Janelle said the only reason Kody wanted to buy Christine's house was because he wanted to keep it in the family rather than actually thinking of her needs. She said she would feel "stuck" there and wouldn't let Kody "roll over" her to do what he wanted to do.
In a scene late in Sunday's episode, Kody visited Janelle's RV to tell her that their plans to build the home would have to be put on hold while they built a subdivision on the property.
Janelle told cameras that Kody had a "rough summer" (presumably because Christine moved) and is now making the construction issues at Coyote Pass "all my problem" and accusing her of "harassing him". She called Kody's behavior "amazing."
Kody Brown on "Sister Wives". TLC
Kody told cameras in an interview that he opposed Janelle's idea because he felt "disrespected" by her during the COVID-19 pandemic. As viewers saw in Season 16, Janelle has been traveling during the pandemic and even told Kody he'd tried to make her feel guilty about visiting her kids.
"I won't break my back to work for you if you don't respect me, I just don't. And Janelle needs someone to break her back to get this project done, and that's not me right now," Kody said in his interview.
"Men don't feel love from women who don't respect them. I feel like Janelle is fighting to respect me or show me respect," he added. "If you don't respect me, don't care about love."
New episodes of Sister Wives air Sundays at 10 p.m. ET on TLC.
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