Sarah and her friend Heather attempt to talk Ben out of living a polygamous life style in the season two finale of Big Love, "Oh, Pioneers."
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Turns out Nicki not only support Weber Gaming but has a little gambling problem of her own. Here's a picture of Nicki playing bingo in the season two finale of Big Love.
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Sarah's boyfriend, Scott (Aaron Paul) finally convinces Sarah to have sex during the season two finale of Big Love, "Oh, Pioneers."
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Bill talks to his first mother-in-law, Nancy, in the second to last episode of the sophomore season of Big Love.
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Bill and Sarah share a dance at Barb's estranged mother's wedding in the second to last episode of the second season of Big Love.
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A picture of Margene at her estranged mother's wedding in the second to last episode of the season season of Big Love.
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Bill talks to his mother, Lois, who convinces him of being in cahoots with his father, Frank, in hiding money in this episode from the second half of season two of Big Love, "Circle the Wagons."
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Bill goes to the final and deciding vote on the issue of Weber Gaming, his third wife Margie, of course. Will he get to do his gambling venture?
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Barb attempts to convince Nicki to join her side in the vote against the family investing in Weber Gaming. Too bad Nicki has no problem with gambling.
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Everyone thinks poor Ben is a sexual deviant when he has premarital sex with his pushy girlfriend Brynn in this episode of Big Love, "Kingdom Come."
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A picture of Sarah Jones as Brynn in HBO's Big Love. Brynn was Bill's son, Ben's girlfriend. The family is quite upset to learn that Bill was having premarital sex with Brynn.
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After spending a late night working on Weber Gaming, Bill comes home to three very upset wives. Isn't one angry wife hard enough for a man?
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Big Love Season 2 Quotes

Nicki: I didn't marry for love. I married for the principle.
Barb: I didn't. I tried. I don't know if I have a testimony for the principle. But I love you, I love our family more and more.
Nicki: That frightens me. I don't know that a marriage based on love can go the distance. The secret holiness of the institution. The sanctity of marriage. Without it, it's just random couplings, with no purpose or sticktoitiveness. How will we survive the bad times on just love?

I don't think anybody knows, mom, and not everybody cares

Sarah [about polygamy]