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Todd Chrisley is scarily competitive in Chrisley Knows Best season finale

Todd and Grayson have a zombie-off on tonight's Chrisley Knows Best season finale
Todd and Grayson have a zombie-off on tonight’s Chrisley Knows Best season finale

On Chrisley Knows Best tonight, it’s back-to-back episodes for the Season 4 finale as Todd Chrisley goes ALL OUT in a bid to beat the neighbours in a Halloween house-decorating contest.

Todd has no qualms showing off his competitive side as he plans to try and take victory in the competition. He says: “They take Halloween very seriously around here. And I mean…people want to be friends with winners.”

The rest of the family are all a bit hesitant, although Julie quickly comes round to the idea, saying: “I think this is the perfect time for us to become truly a part of the neighborhood, meet new people and maybe make some new friends.”

Case and Savannah both say they are “Christmas people”, but Todd is having none of it as he demands Chase get a dry-erase board out of the cupboard so they can make a plan of action.

Chase says: “I like Halloween, it’s supposed to be fun and spooky…not a military operation, and that’s what my dad’s turning it into.”

The Halloween shenanigans that unfold are hilarious as they dress up Todd’s mum Faye as the “dead bride” to wow the neighbours — before she promptly falls asleep on a bench.

Chrisley Knows Best Season 4 finale sneak peak

The first Chrisley Knows Best episode tonight, titled the House That Todd Built, sees Todd get the family involved with a local charity to expose the kids to the idea of giving back.

Meanwhile, Grayson’s school project causes a divide between Todd and Faye over their past.

The second episode, titled A Very Grisly Chrisley, then sees the Halloween drama go down, while Lindsie also tells everyone about her relationship with Will.

Watch the “military operation” unfold…

Back-to-back episodes of Chrisley Knows Best air for the Season 4 finale tonight at 10/9c on USA.

Julian is the editor of Monsters & Critics. He has worked as a journalist for more than ten years, previously as an editor at the... read more
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