Savannah is a pain in the saddle at Chloe's riding lesson, while Todd teaches his mother about self-sufficiency. Check out our rundown of Chrisley Knows Best episode 602, “Todd and Pony Show.”
Julie, The Errand Girl
Julie is running so many errands for Faye that she can’t get her own stuff done! Todd is happy that Julie is so good to his mama, but he realizes that Faye may be taking advantage of Julie’s generosity. Time to nip this in the bud, Todd style! Todd tells Faye he’s hiring her the best assistant in town: himself. But his plan isn’t so much to help his mama as it is to drive her so crazy that she’ll decide she’s better off taking care of her own business.
Chloe Saddles Up
Savannah is excited for Chloe to follow in her footsteps and take up horseback riding, but she’s a little hung up on doing things the “right” way: the right wardrobe; the right manners; the right riding posture. Chase points out that Chloe just wants to have a good time, but Savannah won’t let him mess with the sophisticated equestrian vision she has for our Chlo-bug. Unfortunately, Savannah’s super-serious attitude sucks the fun out of the whole thing, and Chloe is ready to throw in the towel before the end of her first lesson.
Todd, The Assistant from Hell
First Todd tries to donate all of Faye’s clothes to charity, then he and Chase rearrange Faye’s kitchen AND throw out her rum. Faye decides the rum is a bridge too far (Chase kind of agrees), and she brings an apology bouquet to Julie and begs her to help with one last thing: getting Todd off her back. Julie wisely tells Faye that this is also a job that she should handle on her own, so Faye happily fires her pain-in-the-butt son.
Julie Pulls Savannah’s Reins
Julie steps in before Savannah can do any more damage and schools her with some motherly wisdom: Chloe’s only five! Savannah realizes she needs to chill with all the critical talk (don’t be so Todd, in other words) and just let Chloe have fun. Savannah promises her niece that she’ll lighten up a little, and the second lesson goes much, much better.