|“||The scales of justice tip in favor of the wealthy.||”|
He is portrayed by Thomas Barbusca.
Chip is the middle child of the Pembertons. He makes his debut in Pilot, where he's giving a speech during the party. In almost every episode, he faces a problem, such as being partners with Jerry Berlin, who he despised, in The Country Club, trying to ask out any girls he sees in The Buffer, etc. He is usually snobby and arrogant to those poorer than him, and dislikes men in the mansion.
Chip has brown eyes, red spiky hair, and a fair skin tone. He usually wears normal shirts and pants. He wears boxers as seen in The Snitch and The Mess
Chip looks to himself as "The Patriarch" of the family, due to being "The man of the house", so he also expects everybody to respect him and listen to his instructions. Chip dislikes people poorer than him and anybody that doesn't meet his standards. In The Mess, as said by Alba, he used to be a happy, kind child, until he started to grow up and become more selfish, quoted "The Transformation".
|“||And look how you ended up. A chimney with a freaking blonde wig.||”|
— Chip to Mickey in The Fire
- Mickey - Chip, at times, dislikes Mickey and her way of doing things. He claims to have more power over her, and usually doesn't listen to her opinions. However, at times, he's respectful to her, and accepts her for trying to take care of the kids.
|“||Get Alba to do it.||”|
- Alba - Chip usually doesn't communicate with Alba much, and isn't friends with her until The New Girl. In The Baggage, he expects Alba to get the dessert for the table, still treating her like a maid.
— Chip to Sabrina in The Snitch
- Sabrina - Chip and Sabrina have a love-hate relationship. At times, they tease each other, and at other times, they get along. In the beginning of The Snitch, he receives a sext from Pierce of a naked girl from Robby Ragosta. Later on in the episode, he learns that the naked girl was Sabrina, and pukes in disgust. In The Master, they fight over who gets the master bedroom, but realize that they shouldn't be too attached to their parents anymore.
- Ben - Chip and Ben don't seem to have much interaction. In The Balloon, Chip buys Ben a pony for his birthday, most likely to show off to Mickey. In The Mess, Chip and Sabrina manipulate Ben into helping them with decorations for the party, showing they may enjoy manipulating him. In The Fire, Ben also tries to bond with Ben by taking him biking.
- Chip may have possibly gotten neutered in The Buffer.
- Chip hits a voice break in The Grandparents; In Pilot, he sounds younger.
- He is the second oldest of the Pemberton children.
- In The Intruder, Poodle revealed that Chip wasn't Christopher's son, revealing that Chip was conceived with another man.