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Todd Chrisley recalls iconic moment he got his mom 'arrested'

Jun 19, 2018
09:54 A.M.
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The show that premiered in 2014 has come a long way as it aired its milestone episode on June 19.

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Amid the celebration of the 100th episode of the USA Network's Chrisley Knows Best, the family patriarch, Todd Chrisley, opened up about his favorite moments from the show from over the years.

People reported Chrisley as speaking candidly about the moment when he taught his mom a lesson by tricking her into thinking that she was getting arrested.

The reality star explained how he figured out that his mother, Nanny Faye, was driving around on a suspended license after failing to appear in a traffic court. So he decided to give her a feel of how it is like to get arrested.

Chrisley also took time to express his gratitude toward all his fans and loyal supporters who have been with him in his journey throughout the remarkable 100 episodes.

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He told in a promotional clip shared by People, “To all you fans that have been with us for 100 episodes — can you believe, 100 episodes? — I thank you. I love you, I appreciate you, from the bottom of my heart.”

The source further informed that the ongoing season of the program is set to follow Todd and Julie on their new journey, where they move into a new home, put on their first pageant, and even start a dessert business.

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Additionally, fans will also get a chance to know more about Chrisley's daughter, Savannah's relationship insecurities. They will also get closer to his son, Chase's reaction to Chrisley's meddling in his love life.

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Chrisley also opened up to Variety about how the show has always stood by its principles and views despite several showrunners trying to "put their twist on things."

He further stressed the fact that the show was all about showing the audience what was actually happening in their lives. "We're not trying to clean it up for you and I think that's why our show has resonated with so many millions of viewers..."

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