When an influential Southern magazine asks The Chrisleys for an interview about all things fashion, Todd insists on trying to control the situation by writing a script for his family to memorize; but when the family decides to go off script, Todd retaliates with some honesty of his own.
Todd thinks that he's saving the day when he steps in to coach Grayson's baseball team, but when he discovers he's in way over his head he must figure out a way to regain the respect (and control) of this overzealous team of nine year olds.
When Savannah makes a proposal to Todd, one that would allow her to go to college a year early, he wages an all-out family competition to keep her at home as long as possible, and Chase pays the price by having Todd as his ACT coach.
When Todd learns that Chase is dating several different girls on Valentine's Day, he recruits Savannah to help teach his son a lesson about respecting women, leaving Chase the victim of a Catfish prank that only Todd Chrisley could dream up.
Savannah has a rose colored view of what her spending habits will look like when she goes off to college, so Todd puts her on a realistic budget to help prepare her for the real world, but the real world soon catches up with Savannah when she is fired from two jobs and must dig (in her own closet) to make her money back.
Savannah and Chase plan a weekend on their own to tour a college in Nashville, but their plans are soon foiled by Todd and Julie, who insist on a fun family road trip where they can also keep a watchful eye over the kids.
Todd is hurt when he offers to help all his kids but no one needs it, until Savannah is hit with appendicitis and becomes reliant on Todd and Julie - Todd's dream come true. Both Todd and Julie vie for Savannah's attention by becoming her nurse and Savannah decides to milk it for all it's worth and becomes the patient from hell.
When Chase pays a stranger to change his flat tire, Todd and Julie realize that they have sheltered their kids, and only have a few months left to teach them the basics of life, so they put them through a rigorous real-life boot camp in order to prep them for college.
When Todd learns that Savannah is keeping her new boyfriend from the family, he goes to extreme lengths to get a glimpse of the new guy.
Julie is eager to start a food blog, but when no one likes her page, she and Todd go on a food journey.
With his birthday approaching, Todd begins to obsess about his age, but Mama Faye and her friends try to help him be more accepting; the children plan a surprise party.
Grayson persuades his family to stay overnight at a working dude ranch for his birthday, thereby testing the family's ability to be "country."
Chase and Savannah are ecstatic to embark on a family graduation trip to London, much to the chagrin of Todd, a creature of habit who's never left the country. The family pushes Todd to his limits when they attempt to break free of his extra controlling tendencies abroad.
When Todd takes his family to the English countryside, he insists on turning the Chrisley's into a proper English family but when the family resists, Todd goes to great lengths to prove he's a royal.
Todd and Julie learn more about their marriage through a day in the life anniversary video.
Every summer the Chrisleys attend a family friend's annual Sports Day BBQ, and every year they are put to shame. Determined to break their losing streak, Todd's competitive spirit pushes his family to their breaking points.
The Chrisleys head to their South Carolina lake house, which also happens to be in the town where Todd grew up. Todd decides the kids are in need of a family history lesson - but when Todd reunites with some of his childhood friends, the lesson turns out to be more than he bargained for, and the Chrisley kids learn some useful dirt on their dad.
Todd plans on surprising Savannah by inviting her boyfriend Blaire to perform at the celebration of her graduation.
The family prepares for Julie's Christmas dinner; and reminisces about their favorite moments from the season.
Todd drops Savannah off at college, but finds a way to keep tabs on her; Chase schemes to capitalize on Savannah's new home.