'Chrisley Knows Best': Todd feels stood up as his kids offer him 'peace and quiet' as Father's Day gift

'It feels like Cinderella – all dressed up and nowhere to go!' said Todd, stewing over the fact that he got stood up on Father's Day


                            'Chrisley Knows Best': Todd feels stood up as his kids offer him 'peace and quiet' as Father's Day gift
Todd Chrisley (USA Network)

Todd Chrisley and his extravagant southern family were back on TV on a brand new episode of their show 'Chrisley Knows Best'. With Father's Day approaching, Todd was seen slipping into preparatory mode picking out what to wear on that day from his shiniest collection of outfits. He was ready to go all out and was expecting a promising day, just like the previous years but on the other hand, his kids were planning to go down a completely opposite route. His older kids Savannah, Chase, and Grayson brainstormed for quite a while before arriving at a decision that the best gift that they could give their father is some "peace and quiet" and they decided to run with it.  

The day has finally arrived and the Chrisley kids are at a bowling alley, knocking down pins and eating some good pizza, all in all having a gala time. It was all fun and games until Savannah received a text from her mother Julie asking where they were because Todd was all dressed up and ready to roll. Neither Savannah nor Chase had informed Todd about them planning to give him "peace and quiet" and now they have a stewing dad at home to take care of. 

Back at the house, Todd was all suited up, going off to Julie about the unbelievable situation he was in. He was going through a plethora of emotions: feeling like an all-dressed up Cinderella but nowhere to go, to feeling like he got stood up at prom, Todd was feeling all the feels. As the kids arrive, he continues his rant, telling them how they did nothing for the man who did everything for them. 

In their defense, the kids brought up instances where Todd's been vocal not wanting his kids to be around all the time which was the biggest reason they decided to offer him "peace and quiet" for a day. Todd was in no mood to listen to any of those explanations and everyone was dismissed for the evening. 

He does receive a call from Savannah, apologizing for the mishap and for the solitary Father's Day evening, which was a "cheap gift" in Todd's words. He was finally ready to let it go and said he'd be "unpissed" if he sees a bag of Saks Fifth Avenue. The episode ends with the kids planning a backyard barbecue party for Todd who promises he wouldn't say he doesn't want the kids...too much.

'Chrisley Knows Best' airs Thursdays at 10 pm ET on USA Network. 

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