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For the first time ever, the children are who enlists Supernanny’s help. With their parents working full time, the older children of the Chapman family are left to homeschool themselves and look after their younger siblings.
Jo Frost comes to help the Drake family who has three kids. The parents need help with being too overprotective of their little ones.
Teri and Brian Schumacher The three Schumacher children lack boundaries, responsibility, and goals, but they have plenty of attitude towards their parents. Teri and Brian Schumacher can’t understand why their kids treat them like servants and complain so much.
Angela and Forrest An-Duan have their kids completely overscheduled with over 40 activities a week for the five young children. The parents feel that they’re helping their kids by exposing them to so many lessons, but instead everyone is exhausted and stressed out.
Brenda and Bill Dostal think that the problem is with their misbehaving son, but Jo quickly realizes he’s just acting out due to Mom and Dad’s problems. Communication between the parents has shut down, and Brenda fears her marriage may not last if they don’t get help.
Jo Frost has her most fiery face-off ever with a checked-out mom, Lisa, who has let things go for too long at home. Lisa and Steve Daniels have six children and chaos rules, not the parents.
Pop star Wendy Wilson and her husband, Dan Knutson, make history as the first celebrity parents to enlist Supernanny’s help. Wendy is now a stay-at-home mom working on being the best mother possible after having four sons in five years.
Holly and Jimmy Tafoya’s three rambunctious boys have them at wits’ end. Unfortunately, Jimmy’s parenting style tends towards yelling, cursing, and hitting, and Mom resorts to making the children eat liquid soap as punishment.
In this powerful episode, Jo helps heal a long-held rift between parents and the mom’s estranged dad while working with her largest family ever. Kadi and Daniel Prescott have seven children, one of which was recently diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
Lisa and Rich Banjany are growing a home business, but they have no control over their three kids, which threatens to affect the promising start-up while making daily home life miserable. Any attempt at drawing the line between work and home life is a failed one, and the kids are left running the house.
Jo faces the most aggressive and foul-mouthed duo ever in the McKeever boys. With children who are extremely violent and disrespectful, stay-at-home mom Lisa McKeever is embarrassed to take the boys out in public.
Still reeling from the sudden loss of their live-in grandfather, the entire Addis family is in turmoil. Dad is now struggling to fill his father-in-law’s shoes and claim his role as patriarch.
With four children that ignore her rules, Debbie Citarella is an overwhelmed mom. In spite of the chaotic household, Debbie has a laugh-it-off attitude, which leads Jo to believe she isn’t serious about changing.
In this episode, Jo encounters a the Schrage family, whose parents haven’t slept in the same bed in eight years. Stay-at-home mom Christy drags through the day, too timid to enforce boundaries or discipline for fear her children won’t like her.
The Clause kids are “tweenage terrors,” disrespectful, manipulative, and resentful, but the key to change rests with their parents. Mom is a pushover, and dad is too laid back and laisse faire.
Sindo Martinez is a civilian contractor in Iraq, leaving his wife, Michelle, home alone for five months at a time with three rambunctious children. Mom is easily overwhelmed and rides a daily rollercoaster of emotions, waiting for Dad’s regular email to reassure her that he has survived another day.
It’s a full house for Reverend Browning and his wife, Bernadette, as they try to maintain the peace in their household with six children. Mom and Dad want their home to be a sanctuary, but it’s becoming a battleground.
The Doyle children all attend a daycare where daughter Lizzie has a record of complaints that’s got her on the brink of getting kicked out. With the younger children modeling after this bad behavior, Brandy and Dwight Doyle receive help to get their children to be more respectful in public.
Since dad, Harding Moy, has taken a job that requires him to travel away from home Monday through Thursday every week, his oldest daughter acts out, which sets the tone for behavior with her younger siblings.