Each wife has written a manual as a guide to the running
of their homes. “My household is
organized by me. I’m a fire battalion chief.” Oh, my God. “We have very traditional roles. And I believe that as a wife, I should support my husband
as the head of our household.” What? “I call Jason my third child I tend to yell a lot.” Oh, no, no, no! That is not gonna go over
in my house. “Jack can be very impatient. So please listen
to what he asks for, and respond to his needs first.” Who’s supposed to respond
to his needs first? Me? “I may cook one
to two times per week.” ( gasps ) Oh, no. No, I cook on a daily basis. “At the beginning of this year,
he started training
in bodybuilding.” Shut up! I would not get bodybuilder
from the pictures that I see. “He eats six meals daily. You will have to prepare all
of his meals for the week.” Oh, my God. “I feel that looking nice
can go a long way in starting your day off right. My husband always says, ‘An old barn can always use
a fresh coat of paint.'” If Jason said that to me,
I would look at him
like he’s crazy. “Our children are not allowed
out of their rooms unless they knock first
to get permission.” Whoa. “I handle a majority
of the chores.” These children should be helping
this mom out more. Taking care, cleaning, chores. Misty’s a doormat
and she just lets her husband,
Jack, do whatever. Mmm, mm-mm. Narrator:
It’s now time for the wives to meet their new husbands
and families. – Hey! How you doing?
– Hi! – Good.
– I’m Jason. Yes. Hey, I’m Misty. – How you doing, Misty?
– So glad to finally meet y’all. Nice to meet you. Jason: We came in,
she just looked normal. So I’m just like,
“What’s the catch?” You know? Guess I’ll find out. We have very
old-fashioned roles. My husband is the boss
of my house. – ( whistles )
– Yikes. Jason:
See, that’s different. She’s the boss here. My hubby does not like
to be told what to do. Rylie:
Oh! I bless his soul. – Hi. How are you? I’m Halani.
– Hey, I’m Jack. – Nice to meet you.
– Nice to meet you. – Hi. Ava, hi.
– Ava. Hi. – Welcome to our house.
– Thank you! Are you part Indian? – I am.
– You just look Indian. – Okay.
– Yes, yes. I’m not a housewife,
though. I don’t know about five hours
a day in the kitchen. What kinda work
do you do? I’m a battalion chief
for the fire department. One of the largest
in metro Atlanta area. I wanna be a firefighter. You wanna
be a firefighter. Firefighters,
they’re always sitting around, playing cards,
doing nothing. Meeting Jack is definitely
interesting. I’m thinking
he’s such a caveman. He’s so rude. Do you… cook? Oh, I definitely cook. – Yes!
– Fresh meals, fresh food. – What?
– Yes. You look in the refrigerator
I have pre-made food. It’s the same thing
every day, ’cause my wife
does not cook. So, let’s get right
to the point. – Yeah.
– Do you cook? No. – Jack, do you cook?
– No. You can’t cook
or you don’t wanna cook? Cooking is for women. Wow! Okay. So, in Misty’s manual, she mentioned a saying you have about “the old barn need
a new coat of paint.” You see women that wear
absolutely no makeup at all and they might need a little
something something. My wife, she’ll put on makeup before I get home
and look all nice– I normally don’t. I normally don’t. Well, we’ll see
how you look tomorrow. Maybe if I need
to coach her up a bit here and there, you know,
and everything, maybe we could get her
like Misty and start doing this every day. – All right.