April 18, 2014
This past Tuesday, I watched another funny episode of Chrisley Knows Best, with Todd Chrisley and family.
If you have not tuned into Chrisley Knows Best, here is the run-down of the “Hilariousness” that has me and my family tuned in every Tuesday nights on USA network. It’s show about a dad (Todd Chrisley) who is a millionaire. He has an amazing family which consist of his wife(Julie), son (Chase), daughter (Savannah), daughter(Lindsie), son (Kyle), Grandma (Faye) and son (cute little Grayson.. the favorite).The story line is about a family from Georgia, with a Millionaire/Entrepreneur (Todd Chrisley), (who knows best)…who is to starting a department store, with the help of his family. His tactics of raising his kids are serious, but hilarious at the same time. He wants his kids to basically follow his rules or things will be taking away that they can’t live without, like their (cell phones). He has gone as far as putting a device on their phones, so he will know where they are at all times and even tossing a cellphone in the water. His seventeen year old son (Chase) is the one who test the limits each episode, but at the end of the day he understands why his dad is the way he is. At the end of the day, all the kids love and respect their dad, even though; his rules are not their favorite.
This past Tuesdays episode, the kids wanted to treat their parents to a date night, but things hilariously get out of control. The kids did had the best intentions, but of course they were not up to Todd and Julie standards. To top it off, when Julie and Todd go to a coffee shop, to only discover his mom (Faye) on a date she met from Christian Mingle website…well let’s just say Todd was not to happy (I won’t spoil the whole episode). If you missed this episode, they will of course show repeats on USA network on Tuesdays at 10pm and E! Network.
I did have a sad moment, when I found out the season finale is next Tuesday. However, I did find out it is getting renewed for a second season, so I am having a happy moment after all.