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Multimillionaire real estate developer and entrepreneur Todd Chrisley, his wife Julie, and their children are a picture-perfect Southern clan who have everything money can buy. But behind their over-the-top lifestyle lies a real family with real problems and major drama. Todd Chrisley runs his life like he runs his business -- with an iron fist -- and doesn't care who he upsets in the process. A major control freak with a flair for freaking out, he micro-manages his family's every move and every expenditure. No hair is out of place in the Chrisley home, and no kid is out of line -- or so he hopes.

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The family celebrates the 100th episode by looking back on great, meaningful and overly ridiculous moments from the show.
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Todd's opinion embarrasses Julie when she offers to organize a children's art fair; the race is on for top dog when Faye and Grayson enter their pups into a pageant.
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Todd stresses out Julie when he insists on investing in an oil painting of the family; after a kitchen fire, Grayson decides the Chrisleys need some emergency response training.
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Julie agrees to make desserts for a food truck event; Grayson gets a lesson from Todd about what it means to be truly sorry.
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Todd tries to train Savannah for a charity softball game; Julie gets annoyed when Todd doesn't help Grayson train his new puppy.
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Todd offers to watch a house full of children; Julie struggles to let loose during a girls' weekend.
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Todd and Savannah disagree about planning a charity fashion show; Chase helps Nanny Faye apply for a job.
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Todd and Chase team up for a golf match against Jay Demarcus; Savannah tries to move in with Nanny Faye.
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Todd and Julie are at odds about Grayson growing up after he gets invited to his first tween dance; Savannah's new ride causes Todd to test her and Nanny Faye's driving skills.
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When Savannah decides she is ready to date again, Todd and Julie compete to find her perfect match; Grayson enters a cookie contest.
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Todd learns that taking over Julie's housework while she recovers from surgery isn't as easy as it looks; Chase schemes with Nanny Faye to get Todd to accept his dog, Lilo.
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Todd signs the family up with a local charity to teach his children about giving back; Grayson's school project causes a rift.
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Todd and Savannah are both chosen to be part of a "Beautiful People of Nashville" issue; Julie helps Chase prepare for an exam.
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When Todd sets up a colonoscopy appointment for Julie, she forces him to get one as well; Faye's gambling gets out of hand, and Lindsie takes drastic measures.
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Todd becomes Faye's assistant after finding out that she's been making Julie run all of her errands; Savannah gets over-excited when Chloe shows an interest in horseback riding.
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Todd takes over Chase's 21st birthday plans in order to have some father and son bonding time; Julie tries to prepare Grayson for football tryouts.
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Todd faces his mortality by forcing the family to plan his funeral; Savannah must work in a dog shelter after shirking her pageant queen duties.
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Chase rescues Faye when Todd demands on chaperoning her to a dance; Todd struggles to come up with a Valentine's gift for Julie when she suggests something handmade.
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Todd finds himself in the middle of an old biddy battle when Frances moves in with Faye; Grayson attempts to break a world record.
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A newly single Chase gets caught off guard when his family sets him up on a double blind date; Todd struggles with how to handle Grayson's latest homework assignment.
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Julie gets frustrated when the family uses Chloe's birthday as a reason to compete against each other; Nanny Faye gets more than she bargains for when Todd insists on being her trainer.

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