Sister Wives returns to TLC Sunday night and it looks like the show's patriarch announces interest in running for office, unbeknownst to his four wives.

"If I go [to Utah], and run for office there, I could change the world or change our world," Kody Brown says in a clip of Sunday's episode.

While the wives' goal isn't to pop Kody's bubble, this sudden political interest doesn't seem to set well amongst Meri, Janelle, Christine and Robyn.

"This is the first I'm hearing that he wants to run for office in Utah," first wife Meri says to the camera as her fellow sister wives giggle beside her. "That means we would have to move back to Utah."

"Since the whole political thing and the law change, I have no desire at all to go back to Utah," she added.

The Brown family initially sued the state of Utah in 2011 following the passing of an "anti-bigamy" law, saying it was unconstitutional, according to a CNN report. Kody and his wives won in US District Court in 2013 but the decision was overturned on appeal last year.

"My concern is all this is going to do is drive the good polygamous people who don't have those abuses more into hiding, and it's going to make the people who do have those abuses just be able to do them even more," Meri told a local newspaper at the time.

"Listen, I might be suffering delusions of grandeur," Kody prefaced in Sunday's episode. "I wanted to go, I wanted to run for office and I wanted to get in control of my destiny. I've been exiled from a state that I think as many people love me as hate me.

Since Utah's law change, the Brown family moved to Nevada; however, more recently and due to relaxed polygamy laws, the Sister Wives cast is now making Arizona home.

"I love Utah too, and if I had my choice and we didn't have that law against us, that's where I would want to live," fourth wife Robyn told Kody.

"When Kody starts talking about running for office ... [I just think,] 'it's never going to end, we're never going to just have peace,'" she added to the camera. "I just don't want to do that again."

It's not clear whether Kody will go through with his political agenda, but it looks like the main concern is how the children's lives will be affected. Overall, it would be a major change in the Brown family's dynamic which could mean this political discussion isn't quite finished.

"Let's move through this my stomach is really getting so upset let's just finish this," Janelle concludes.

Find out what happens next when Sister Wives airs on TLC at 8 p.m. ET.