Savannah hasn’t forgotten about Spencer, though, and after a family vote she’s given permission to go on a date with her new beau…with one catch. Show us how you feel, Savannah: …The two budding lovebirds set off for their evening out with Nanny in tow.
But as it turns out, Savannah isn’t the only Chrisley that Todd should be worried about getting some action on this magical night…
In the midst of last week's storm surrounding CBS and "The Reagans," you may have missed something sweet and lovely that happened over on ABC.
On Tuesday night, the cast, producers and writers of "8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter" took their tragic loss of a co-star and friend and, in a nod to moving on, created honest, wonderful television. Considering the way television can bungle these things, the sitcom's return without John Ritter, whose sudden death of an aortic dissection in September shocked so many, could have been a lot worse.
I don’t care how much my son likes it when you let your thongy freak flag fly. Look, I don’t mind tattoos per se but you’re a teenage girl and right now that tat is making you look like someone who doesn’t give a $#@& about her parents.
If you don’t give a $#@& about your own parents, then you most certainly won’t give a $#@& about me.
The episode, which wasn't available for critics to review last week, brought home the random, stupefying nature of death as the cast and characters addressed this new gap in their lives.For goodness sake, if you aren’t really a lady, at least pretend to be one around me.This is not a treat, but a promise: I will sneak into my son’s room like a ninja and check his phone nightly for inappropriate sexts or naughty pictures so you best not be sending ’em. In short, Michael’s rules, well, rule and I’m working to incorporate them into my parenting agenda for the next decade or so.All this dating stuff got me thinking just how frighteningly quick time passes.