Yes, the Dargers have their issues, but I was impressed that those wives seem to understand that the greater good for the family might require them to give up some things. Like they agree to use one kitchen, since it's best for the whole family and they don't put a priority on decorating tastes, since it's more important to have the whole family under one roof. It appeared to me that the Brown's, may be far too focused on me, me, me and not sacrifice for the good of the family, including Kody.
It seemed to show that the Brown's don't seem to have much spirital or religious connection to their marriages. For all the talk, I don't see much real commitment.