Jo helps when a grandmother is driven crazy by her three young grandchildren, including 3-year old twins.
Episode 2: Chapman Family (Jan/02/2008)
Two teens who act as the primary caregivers towards their three younger siblings while their parents work, get a hand from Jo.
Episode 3: Schumacher Family (Jan/09/2008)
An industrious couple seek Jo's help after giving their all to provide for their children, yet are unable to bring discipline to their 7, 11 and 14 year old kids.
Episode 4: Du'an Family (Jan/16/2008)
A couple seems to be so busy having fun with their kids, ages 4-9, that they spend little time in providing discipline or go on family outings.
Episode 5: Terrill Family (Jan/23/2008)
A single father needs Jo's help with his two sons, ages 5 & 11 when his parenting skills seem to be lacking.
Episode 6: Dostal Family (Jan/30/2008)
Jo believes that a couples shaky marriage maybe to blame for a 5 year-olds bad attitude, overshadowing his 3 year old sister. She also believes his behavior is causing more stress between his parents.
Episode 7: Daniels Family (Feb/13/2008)
A family with 5 girls and 1 boy seem to have free range in a household in which the parents instill little discipline, if any. Jo has a tussle with the mother when she gives the youngest child a time-out.
Episode 8: Wilson-Knutson Family (Feb/20/2008)
It's Jo's first attempt at helping a celebrity couple as singer Wendy Wilson (Wilson Phillips) and her husband are having troubles with their four sons, two are newborn twins. Jo hopes to amend their parenting style.
Episode 9: Tafoya Family (Feb/27/2008)
Jo is threatened by the mother of three unruly boys when she questions their parenting skills.
Episode 10: Prescott Family (Mar/05/2008)
Jo visits the home of a family in which the mom, Kadi, has the memory of her father having abandoned her family when she was 13 years old lingering in her mind. Now with a large family of her own, which includes a hyperactive 7-year-old son, Jo hopes to reunite Kadi with her father, and help teach both parents how to better deal with their hyper child.
Episode 11: Banjany Family (Mar/12/2008)
A couple who are trying to make a go of a home business, sees their dreams fading due to a lack of discipline in their kids.
Episode 12: McKeever Family (Mar/19/2008)
A mom who is too embarrassed to take her hostile, out of control 5 & 6 year old boys out in public are helped by Jo.
Episode 13: Addis Family (Apr/02/2008)
The death of a patriarchal grandfather has been tough on this family, which includes the four home schooled, aggressive children who make mom's work much tougher, while dad tries aping his father-in-law's forceful ways.
Episode 14: Citarella Family (Apr/09/2008)
A mother who seems to get a chuckle from her four out of control children instead of instilling discipline, gets a helping hand from Jo. Even the father has agreed that the joy of fatherhood is on the wane.
Episode 15: Schrage Family (Apr/23/2008)
The parents of three little girls rarely spend a night together, finding themselves playing a game of musical beds each night as they sleep from room to room.
Episode 16: Clause Family (Apr/30/2008)
The Clause home features a pair of tweens (8&10) who rule the roost of the home with their wild behavior and live in an undisciplined household.
Episode 17: Martinez Family (May/07/2008)
As her husband is away in Iraq as a civilian contractor, a mom feels overwhelmed with her three children who tend to throw temper tantrums in public.
Episode 18: Browning Family (May/14/2008)
A reverend and his real estate agent wife are looking for peace in their home, which is loaded with six kids of the ages from infant to collegian.
Episode 19: Doyle Family (May/28/2008)
Jo helps the parents of three children who's reputations precede themselves to the point that the middle child is in danger of being kicked out of his preschool class.
Episode 20: Moy Family (Jun/25/2008)
An 11 year old with a violent temper and volatile outbursts seem to be rubbing off on her 8 year old sister and 4 year old brother, which Jo believes is caused by their father's weekly business trips.
Who is supernanny and what's the show about?
Supernanny is a British reality television programme that is about aiding parents with misbehaving children. It has been broadcast or slightly adapted in other countries. Supernanny has done well internationally but exceptionally well in the UK and US.
The UK and US versions of the show feature Jo Frost, a nanny who, in each episode, helps a family with children who are uncontrollable or excessively naughty. Using a variety of methods, she helps to show parents ways of disciplining their children and maintaining order in their households. She is noted for emphasising praise and positive encouragement when dealing with children.
More about the show and the techniques used in this show: www.supernanny.co.uk/
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