- 10:54 am Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014 by Rodney Ho
For the second week in a row, we get a double dose of “Chrisley Knows Best” on USA. (It goes to once a week next week at 10 p.m. Tuesday.)
First up, Todd claims his ideal Father’s Day would be “peace and quiet.” “On Father’s Day, it should be against the law to be in any contact with the father,” he says.
Instead, the kids take him to Funopolis in Commerce. He’s skeptical. “Who wants to be spun around in a circle til you puke?” he says.
“Mama looks like Shamu over there,” Todd says while watching Faye on the water-based bumper [More]
- 11:28 pm Monday, October 20th, 2014 by Rodney Ho
CineStars’ Brittany Umar and I discuss “Walking Dead” fans rubbing elbows with the cast at Walker Stalker Con, CNN cutting 300 jobs and “Chrisley Knows Best” on USA.
- 11:38 am Tuesday, October 14th, 2014 by Rodney Ho
Atlanta’s Todd Chrisley is technically a real person, but his “reality” show feels more like a sitcom. Season two of “Chrisley Knows Best,” which returns October 14, is no different from season one that way. Chrisley is perpetually kvetching about everything and resisting change while his kids treat him as a man who is more bark than bite.
But deep down, he plays tough cop because he loves his family – and really, isn’t that all that matters? (Awww….)
The only thing missing is a laugh track.
Even the titles of the first two episodes airing night one sound like they could be [More]
USA’s ‘Chrisley Knows Best’ stars Roswell’s Todd Chrisley, a perfectionist with skeletons in his closet
- 5:34 pm Friday, March 7th, 2014 by Rodney Ho
Todd Chrisley, on the new USA reality show “Chrisley Knows Best,” lives in a palatial 30,000 square foot home in Roswell with kids and wife Julie. He is dubbed “the patriarch of perfection” packed with quips galore.
The trailer includes a sampling: “She goes from Virgin Mary to Stripperella. We need to find a happy medium.”
“All oxygen was cut off your brain when you did that.”
“We don’t have to agree. If I don’t agree, that’s all that matters.”
USA is selling the show as an ideal companion piece to “Modern Family” with the exasperated, overprotective dad dealing with [More]
- 9:20 am Friday, December 20th, 2013 by Rodney Ho
USA Network, best known for dramas and wrestling, is entering the reality world already well worn by VH1, A&E, History, Bravo and dozens of other networks and one of its first shows follows an Atlanta multimillionaire Todd Chrisley.
The series follows the brash and outspoken Todd, his wife, Julie, and their five children — Lindsie, 24; Kyle, 22; Chase, 17; Savannah, 16; and Grayson, 7 — who live a seemingly perfect Southern [More]