Ken Coleman may preach the virtues of life to the masses but even he has difficulties maintaining his own household, especially his teenage daughter, who is dressed too provocatively for his liking.
On the upcoming episode of Preachers' Daughters, the Colemans, Perrys, and Koloffs take a look back on some of their highlights of the first season of the show.
However, our pair of clips would likely be described by the Coleman family of Joliet, Ill. as lowlights, at least for everyone but teenage girl Taylor, who seems to enjoy giving her family a rough time.
What was supposed to be a nice family dinner for Taylor, her parents, and her older sisters is spoiled when she unveils a fake tongue ring during the meal.
"Taylor is exposing this tongue ring and...I cannot believe it," her mother, Marie, says as a reel of her older sisters bewilderedly gawking at Taylor plays. "I want to strangle her, but that's not legal."
The incident proves not to be an isolated one, though, as Taylor makes her preacher father go bonkers over an immodest outfit that she is wearing and wants to attend a party in.
"Taylor must be crazy if she thinks I'm going to let her go out in my house with that outfit on," Mr. Coleman says.
Watch the video above for a sneak peek of Preachers' Daughters, and check out the full episode tomorrow at 10 p.m. on Lifetime.