“Sister Wives” fans are not happy with Kody Brown following the latest “Sister Wives” episode. Pictured L-R are Robyn, Meri, Kody, Christine and Janelle Brown at the grand opening of “Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth-Live on Stage” in Las Vegas on April 14, 2012 Ethan Miller/Getty Images

Kody Brown has been receiving a lot of backlash from “Sister Wives” fans this season as he pressures the family to move to Flagstaff, Arizona, and now, following the latest episode, the Brown family patriarch is once again receiving heat.

On the most recent episode of the show, Kody appeared to be drawing up plans for the Coyote Pass land the family had purchased in Flagstaff for their future homes, but the ones he was planning on weren’t actually approved by his wives. In fact, he was planning on drawing up a design for one home that everyone would move into together—even though Meri, Janelle, Christine and Robyn expressed concerns about all living in one house previously. Naturally, his plan to secretly try and build a single home for everyone didn’t sit well with viewers.

“Kody Brown discusses nothing with his wives. Those women don’t need to live under one roof,” one fan wrote.

“These women are used to living in their own houses now...Kody’s plan will NEVER fly,” another added.

The new criticism comes as both he and Robyn continue defending the family’s move overall—which some fans have started to believe was all due to Robyn’s son, Dayton, being accepted into a college in Flagstaff. Fans have called foul on the entire story ever since learning that Dayton was going to school in the city, and further criticized Kody as being selfish for making everyone else uproot their lives in Vegas.

“This is literally Kody’s most selfish move to date! Uprooting all these kids for simply some bogus reason & I cannot even believe it,” a fan wrote.

However, he and Robyn are both still defending the move, with Robyn taking to her own Twitter account after the most recent episode to state that the plan had never been for the family to stay in Vegas at all—though fans still weren’t buying it.

“Vegas was never going to be our permanent home. We always thought we would be able to move back to Utah someday. When we couldn’t move back, we found someplace else that felt like home,” Robyn wrote.

Of course, fans aren’t the only ones who have been seen questioning the move, as Kody’s daughter with Christine, Aspyn, also raised questions in the episode.

During a conversation with her mother, Aspyn pointed out that she didn’t see why the family was all leaving so soon, especially since Flagstaff would put them at least four hours away from the kids still in Vegas now—but eight hours away from her when she and her husband, Mitch Thompson, eventually moved to Utah. She also didn’t understand the choice of the city because Flagstaff was more expensive for the family to live in overall.

“I don’t understand what is more valuable than living by family,” she said. “I just feel like they’re running away from something and I don’t know what they’re running away from.”

“Sister Wives” airs Sundays at 8 p.m. EDT on TLC.