On the series finale, Jo Frost travels to Houston, Texas to work with a family whose mom died of breast cancer a year earlier. Dad Gary is trying his best to raise his three boys on his own, but he’s overwhelmed and can’t bring himself to enforce the rules his wife established for the boys.
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Jennifer and John Atkinson's hope for blending their two families in harmony are falling short with a house full of unruly children. Jo observes that the parents are coddling the children, being inconsistent about rules, and parenting the children differently from each other.
For the first time, Jo works with a family with a newborn when she encounters the Peterfreund family. Parents Keith and Sonya are so overwhelmed with their three older boys that they're missing baby Myles' cues about wet diapers.
Jenny and Tony Swift have five lively and unruly children. Jenny, stay-at-home mom, enlists several other authority figures to raise her kids, including a young nanny.
Traveling to a secluded island off Seattle, Jo meets Rikki and Jenye Young, who forego discipline in a misguided attempt to compensate for uprooting their three young sons so often. After four moves in just one year due to Rikki's sales work, the boys are out of control, and the parents are at their wits' end.
A little dictator named Dylan rules the roost in the Van Ackers' home, and parents Jessica and Kevin need to be liberated from his relentless tantrums and disrespect. Supernanny Jo Frost embarks on a family revolution to instill parental discipline for the benefit of all.
Jerald and Marla Fernandez married young and now, years later, their relationship is in trouble. That's largely due to their inability to control their defiant 12-year-old daughter and two overly aggressive sons.
This San Antonio family is bursting at the seams with kids, conflict and aggression. Stay-at-home mom Joey-Lynn and her husband, Glenn, have five spirited daughters and a granddaughter all living under one roof, and the exhausted couple have abdicated discipline.
A pushover mom, an exasperated dad and their six undisciplined kids all contribute to the mayhem in the Miller house. Without clear boundaries and consequences, the kids are mostly out of control with backtalk and fighting.
The Colombo family of five is in utter disarray. Stay-at-home mom Danielle is overwhelmed by her misbehaving two boys, while still trying to do her best with one-year-old Julia.
Chris Potter and his wife, Joy, have four children who they feel are very disrespectful. Jo says that Chris is being too strict and temperamental with his yelling, while Chris feels that Joy is undermining him by challenging his parenting style.
While Marine Major Chris Merrill is stationed overseas for a year in Afghanistan, mom Beckie is fighting another battle on the home front with their four young children. Beckie tries to balance her desire for attachment with all the children with the firmness required to discipline them.
A tough New Jersey cop and his wife find they're in over their heads when dealing with four-year-old triplets and their older brother. The parents think that time-outs don't work, so Mom's method of discipline is to lock the kids in their bedroom while they scream, and Dad's method is to surrender.
The Froebrich parents get no respect from their 5 children and admit they need a Supernanny intervention. Mom doesn't discipline, but Dad will smack the kids with a wooden spoon- but neither parent's approaches works.
Sylvia and Michael Federico have three boys, and mom admits she wants to be the fun mom rather than a disciplinarian. Both parents bribe the kids with junk food to get them to behave or to otherwise appease them.
On the series finale, Jo Frost travels to Houston, Texas to work with a family whose mom died of breast cancer a year earlier. Dad Gary is trying his best to raise his three boys on his own, but he's overwhelmed and can't bring himself to enforce the rules his wife established for the boys.