Chrisley Knows Best Teases a Possible Drug Deal, Truffle Pigs and More in All-New Trailer
A drug deal, truffle pigs and neon hair.
These are three things we never thought we would see on Chrisley Knows Best. However, in this exclusive super tease for the return of brand new episodes in November, we see just that and much more.
Patriarch Todd Chrisley sounds in the teaser: "I uncovered the biggest drug trade in Tennessee."
After showing footage of a neighbor buying plants from a van, Todd is seen instructing his son Chase to "take some pictures."
Chase replies, "I'm not going over there."
As the trailer continues, Chase accompanies Nanny Faye to a farm where they meet truffle pigs.
Nanny Faye explains: "We want to try to get into the truffle business."
While Nanny seems to be a natural on the farm, Chase is crazy about the animals.
He exclaims, "Nanny, you will get something."
Speaking of Nanny Faye, she courageously lets granddaughter Savannah Chrisley color her hair. And when you know Savannah's track record in cosmetics, you know why this is a risk.
Savannah Chrisley pops "false" rumors about dad Todd Chrisley who caused Nic Kerdiles to split
With aluminum foil in her hair, the grandmother of Chrisley Knows Best asks, "How's it going back there, Savannah?"
After the 23-year-old said "Oops", her grandmother asks: "What did you do?"
One optimistic savanna says, "If you go outside at night, you don't need a flashlight."
Other trailer highlights include a makeshift drive-in theater, a forgotten Father's Day and much more.
Chrisley Knows Best is back on the USA Network on Thursday November 12th.
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