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Sister Wives: Season 6 Finale Tell-All; Catfishing Scandal

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Fans may have already heard about Meri's dilemma about engaging in an online relationship with a woman impersonating a man. In the last regular episode of "Sister Wives" season 6, Meri already spoke about the problem, but the "Tell-All" episode will see her tell her family the whole thing.

In "Sister Wives" season 6 finale, viewers saw Meri Brown finally and tearfully admitting her online affair to her family. Meanwhile, Logan and his girlfriend went on a double date with Madison and her boyfriend, who later asked Kody for a private chat; and Meri admitted she's been involved with a man online who wasn't who she thought he was. For the first time, Kody and the other sister wives will respond to the catfishing scandal. It seems like Meri ... she doesn't want to be married to me anymore, but she does want to be in the family.

Robyn, also in tears, quipped in, "I made her. I've been begging her for months to talk to me. I've never seen him", says Brown.

Meri said that she was at a point where she felt like she had to do whatever this person told her to do.

In the big preview for the final episode of Sister Wives this season, Meri says that there was not any physical relationship with this person and that she never met them. I knew I could not keep doing that.

Meri Brown did meet up with a person that was supposed to be the man's friend. She also mentioned that there were times she would be talking to Sam on the phone and he would get angry and hang-up. "Then I would get calls from her saying, 'You better fix this, you better call and tell him how much you love him and you better fix this situation, '" she said.

Meri concludes the interview stating that "it doesn't matter" what she says because "people are always going to believe what they want to believe".

It was later on revealed that Meri was actually talking to a woman named Jacquelyn Jackie Overton. This Sunday, the Browns will sit down and talk to Tamron Hall about that and presumably more for a two-hour in-depth conversation.

Robyn Brown, Meri Brown, Kody Brown, Christine Brown and Janelle Brown from "Sister Wives" arrive at the grand opening of Mike Tyson's one-man show "Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth - Live on Stage" at the Hollywood Theatre at the MGM Grand Hotel/Casino April 14, 2012 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Watch the sneak peek below, and be sure to catch the "Sister Wives" tell-all special, airing Sunday November 22 at 8 p.m. ET on TLC.

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