Supernanny Jo Frost revisits some of her most memorable families in celebration of her 100th episode to find out how they’re doing today.
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The Coliers are a blended family on the brink. Jason coddles his three young sons under the age of 5, but is hostile to his stepdaughter, Madison. She doesn’t call him “Dad” and says he doesn’t seem like one. Jason spoon feeds his three-year-old and holds the older boys back from gaining valuable life skills by doing everything for them.
Debra and Tracy Simmons are pushover parents with two sets of twins, who call all the shots and eat a diet packed with unhealthy choices. These parents need help enforcing rules and discipline to their rambunctious children.
Jo Frost travels to the deep South and faces off with Amy Phelps, who defends her right to spank her three boisterous boys. Dad Jimmy is open to change, but Amy won't budge, and this issue is bringing their marriage to the breaking point.
A Florida family with four children is ruled by the crown prince- Zachary, an impulsive, tantrum-prone four-year-old. Jen, a stay-at-home mom, cowers to his every whim, and doesn't enforce any kind of discipline. Instead, her approach is to gently enfold the children in hugs or eventually give in.
Bill and Tammy McGrath have three young children, and their middle son, Aiden, was recently diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes. The parents struggle with balancing handling their son's illness while also tending to their other children.
Nicole and Nate Beck are tag-team parents, with Nate working full-time and Nicole staying at home, going to school and working part-time. They have three boys, who offer huge challenges, that do not receive effective punishment.
Christina and Joe Heredia both work full-time and have four children under the age of five, including a set of triplets. Christina feels she unable to deal with the challenges of raising these little ones, so she needs help to become a more effective parent.
Greg Benton, a dad who wants his boys to be tough, has two sons who fight daily. With a house filled with yelling and empty threats, Supernanny immediately goes to work with the parents to tackle the unacceptable behavior.
Patricia and Greg Hallenbeck are grandparents who should be enjoying their golden years, but their daughter Kristin still lives at home with her two terrors. Kristin doesn't get along with her parents and the lack of respect has carried into the next generation.
The world's first Super-Manny, Mike Ruggles, meets his match with a chaotic family of six. Working dad Allan Griswold has a short temper and terrifies his children with his yelling, while mom Roberta has ceded control of the house to the kids.
Mark and Melissa Mann have four young children, who are constantly pushing the boundaries. The parents' discipline technique isn't working at all, and they are desperate for help with their chaotic household.
Kate and Roy Johnson thought it would be great to create a family business that all of them could enjoy, but their three children have made it nearly impossible for anyone there to have a good time. The kids run around like they own the place, hit the customers' children, and are constantly disrespectful to the staff.
Ashley McKinney can't balance being a single mother of two, a student, and a full time employee at a local bank. Her two unruly children make it impossible for her to do homework or maintain any semblance of order in the home.
Supernanny Jo Frost revisits some of her most memorable families in celebration of her 100th episode to find out how they're doing today.