Chase's Take: Hard Work

USANetwork.com: How did you feel about your dad sending you to work?  Do you feel like he was being reasonable?  Who is better with money, you or Savannah?

Chase Chrisley: I think my dad was being very reasonable, I probably would have done the same thing he did. I am definitely better with money then savannah is. She spends every dollar she gets and doesn't save or invest any. 

USANetwork.com: Did your parents ever talk about jobs they had when they were your age?

Chase: Yes. Both of my parents talked about it. My mom worked at a bank when she was younger and my dad was a waiter for one day until someone was rude and yelled at him and then he poured a pitcher of water on them.

 

USANetwork.com: What’s your idea of the best job ever?

Chase: My idea of the most enjoyable job would either be a singer or a professional athlete. 

USANetwork.com: It seemed like you were warming up to the caddying job...until you got fired.  What do you think you could have done better?

Chase: I think I was doing a good job, I just think if my dad and grandpa hadn't come out there then I would still have a job. 

USANetwork.com: Your father says that Savannah works hard, while you work hard at not working.  Do you agree with your dad's assessment or do you think he has a point?

Chase: No, I don't agree. Savannah doesn't work half as hard as me. My dad doesn't know what he's talking about.

 

USANetwork.com: What do you think would be the best job for Savannah?

Chase: Marry rich.

USANetwork.com: What was your first thought when you heard that your dad was going to take you and your sister to a farm?

Chase: I didn't want to go because that's completely out of my element. 

USANetwork.com: Have your feelings on eggs changed?

Chase: Nope 

 

USANetwork.com: In the end, do you feel like your dad succeeded in teaching you the value of a dollar, or did his plan backfire?

Chase: Yes. I realize how hard it is to make a dollar.