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Jo Frost travels to Amherst, New Hampshire to help Gina and David Quinn deal with their four out-of-control teens and tweens. David often acts like a big kid, leaving Gina to referee on her own.
Dorothy and Kip Baulisch are deaf parents raising four hearing children. They rely too heavily on their eldest daughter, who understands sign language, as a surrogate “hearing” parent, and it’s put a huge strain on her relationship with them.
For the first time ever, Jo comes to the rescue of a nanny in over her head, as well as the helpless parents. The Park children act out, refuse to follow instructions and take dangerous risks, but the parents are clueless about establishing control, or maintaining boundaries.
Mom and Dad moved the family from New York to Georgia where they hoped to find an easier life. The family has lived in their new home for just over two years, but they’re still fish out of water in the Deep South.
After a divorce, Blythe Newsome finds herself and her six children living in a tiny house. She finds herself struggling with being the breadwinner for a family of seven and managing six out-of-control kids.
John and Sarah Manley have been separated for over six months, but John still comes to the house for daily meals and every weekend. The children can’t quite figure out what’s going on, but they handle their worry and confusion by acting out with anger, backtalk, fighting, and tantrums.
Meet Mike Ruggles, the World’s first Super-Manny, in a one-hour special. Instead of observing the families at first, Mike kicks out the parents and has the kid role play to help discover some of the root problems.
Jo travels all the way to the U.K. on a rescue mission to help a single mom who has lost control of her children, and her own temper. Tara Howat is at her wits’ end, overwhelmed by raising three unruly children by herself.
After the death of her husband, Antoinette Lewis is left alone to raise their two children. Her loss prompts Antoinette to ask Supernanny for help learning to parent alone.
NBA guard Mike James plays for the New Orleans Hornets, but his family lives in Houston, Texas. His wife, Angela, who has just given birth to their fourth child, is left alone raising their out-of-control children.
Young parents Shawn and Shannon Kerns are overwhelmed with their three aggressive, unruly children. Mom and Dad know they were passive for too long, but now they’re begging for help and don’t know where else to turn.
Jo handles two sets of twins at once for the first time when she returns to the U.K.. The Gormley-Brickley household is in chaos, and they are desperate need of help with two sets of twins under the age of five.
With husband Dale on the road most of the week as a truck driver, and 10 kids to take care of at home, mom Amy is so overwhelmed that she’s unloaded half of her parenting responsibilities onto her teenage kids. Jo Frost visits to help restore balance and harmony to the biggest family she’s ever helped.
Phil Davis expects his wife Debra, a working mom, to handle all childcare responsibilities for their family, as well as cleaning the house, but she can never met his standards and he offers no help. Jo Frost helps these two parents get on the same page and teaches them alternatives to their ineffective ways.
Jo Frost takes on her first Manhattan family. Greg and Fanci Sachs work long hours to provide their two boys an upper west side childhood, but their guilt over time away weakens their resolve in the face of Ryan’s tantrums.
Jo returns to the U.K. on a mission to save the Williams family from absolute mayhem, with four children under 10. Life is hectic and stressful for mom Natalie, who does the majority of the childcare while her husband sits on the computer and watches her struggle.
The Del Re Family needs help with their tantrum-prone twins. Adele and Joe Del Re can’t have a night out because no one wants to watch their aggressive twins.
Supernanny visits at the Goldberg home to help parents Elyse and Eric with their hectic household with four kids and no rules. This family needs structure to their tantrum filled lives.
With dad working double shifts, mom is left at the Sacco home with four undisciplined children. Supernanny visits to help an overwhelmed mother restore discipline and structure with her family.
The Porter family has a problem their nine-year-old daughter who throws fits like a two-year-old to get her way. These parents need Jo’s help in establishing adult authority in their household.
The DeMello parents are overwhelmed by their little terrors. Jo Frost visits to help put a stop to the misbehaving and emotional abuse within the home.
The Krolikowski parents need to find a balanced approach for their four young children under the age of ten. Dad’s bully-like behavior and inability to help with parenting leads to tension between parents.