With a 30,000 square foot mansion north of Atlanta and everything that money can buy, the Chrisleys seemingly live a picture-perfect life. Having made millions in real estate, self-professed “Patriarch of Perfection” Todd has now set his sights on creating a high-end department store, Chrisley and Co., to fulfill his dream of working in fashion. But despite Todd’s ambitions, and his attempts to run his family with an iron fist, perfection isn’t easy when you have five kids to take care of.
On the business front, Todd meets with Maggie, the buyer for Chrisley and Co. With the store set to open in two months, Maggie is starting to worry, but Todd is confident that things will work out.
Meanwhile, Todd forbids his 16-year-old daughter Savannah and 17-year-old son Chase to attend a local high school football game. But while Savannah obeys her father, Chase decides he has to “risk it to get the biscuit,” leaving Todd to do what he has to do in order to teach his son a lesson.