"Chrisley Knows Best" patriarch Todd Chrisley doesn't have time to be gay, but this Atlanta TV dad might just be a drag queen with a knack for pageants.
With a snap of his fingers and some pageant queen advice, Chrisley gets a good start on Tuesday's episode. That's when he took over as pageant coach for daughter Savannah, who ditched her real coach for actually coaching her for an upcoming pageant.
Chrisley jumped right in. He's embraced his inner gay on the show, reveled in his bottomness and hinted that tomorrow, he might be gay. So why not a drag queen?
"You don't know how to do this. You're not a drag queen," an exasperated Savannah tells her dad.
But the quiptastic Chrisley offers up the perfect comeback: "You don't know." Snap!
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