Supernanny (US)
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Supernanny (US)
First Aired: January 17th, 2005
Status: Continuing
Genre: Reality, Family
Network: ABC (US)
Summary: Drawing on 30 years of professional experience, Jo is back to help stressed-out parents tackle social and behavioral challenges as well as new issues faced by modern-day families. With a recipe of honest, direct and nurturing support, Jo offers real-life solutions to parents — uplifting families with advice, techniques, and tips to iron out the chaos in their lives, helping families evolve.
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Season 6
Episode 1: Colier Family
Air Date: October 23rd, 2009, 08:00 PM
Summary: The Coliers of Cleveland, Georgia, are a blended family on the brink. Dad Jason coddles his three young sons under the age of 5, but is hostile to his 13-year-old stepdaughter, Madison, whom he adopted last year. Jason showers his little boys with affection but his relationship with Madison is frosty and contentious - she doesn't call him "Dad" and says he doesn't seem like one; he counters by saying she's a pathological liar and carries on "like a moron." Jason also spoon feeds his three-year-old and holds the older boys back from gaining valuable life skills by doing everything for them. Stay-at-home mom Dawn feels caught in the middle when Jason clashes with Madison and undermines her time-out attempts with the toddlers, but Jo pushes the couple to closely examine whether or not they want to continue in this marriage. Can "Supernanny" set this family on a better track?
Episode 2: Simmons Family
Air Date: October 30th, 2009, 08:00 PM
Summary: Debra and Tracy are pushover parents with two sets of twins, ages four and seven, who call all the shots and eat a diet packed with sugar and unhealthy food choices. Four-year-old Parker calls Mom a "butthead" with no consequences; Debra hides in the bathroom to eat a meal and get a moment's peace. Dad Tracy works from home, and when his rambunctious children need disciplining, he meekly implores them not to misbehave. They respond by locking him out of their bedroom! Can Jo Frost help this family?
Episode 3: Phelps Family
Air Date: November 6th, 2009, 08:00 PM
Summary: Jo Frost travels to the deep South -- Hayden, Alabama -- 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. Jo is adamantly opposed to corporal punishment - can she show these parents how to get even better results the Supernanny way?
Episode 4: Naskiewicz Family
Air Date: November 13rd, 2009, 08:00 PM
Summary: A Florida family with four children ranging in age from two to twelve is ruled by the crown prince-Zachary, an impulsive, tantrum-prone four-year-old. Jen, a beleaguered stay-at-home Mom, cowers to his every whim, and doesn't enforce any kind of discipline. Her approach is to gently enfold the children in hugs or eventually give in. Roy, a painting contractor, would rather work on the computer at the end of the long day than help Jen with the kids, but when he does try to impose rules and consequences, his short fuse and yelling intimidate the children and have driven his wife to threaten divorce. Jen tearfully tells Jo in her submission tape, "This is our last shot." Can Jo show these two parents the tools to not only tame Zachary but repair their relationship?
Episode 5: McGrath Family
Air Date: November 27th, 2009, 08:00 PM
Summary: Bill and Tammy McGrath of Hamlin, New York, have three beautiful young children, and their middle son, Aiden, 5, was recently diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes. Managing his illness is very anxiety-provoking for Tammy, because she saw her father die of diabetes at just 46 years of age. She sees Aiden's diagnosis as her worst fears realized, and mealtime has become a battlefield. Aiden makes power plays, refusing to eat, which not only threatens his own health and frightens Tammy, but causes problems for both parents in adjusting Aiden's insulin levels. The other kids, Liam, 4, and Paige, 9, feel their parents' distraction and are frustrated by it -- Paige hides out in her bedroom and Liam acts out aggressively. Jo pinpoints Bill and Tammy's problems communicating effectively and enforcing discipline -- their versions of timeouts are useless. Can she help Bill and Tammy regain control of their family?
Episode 6: Beck Family
Air Date: December 11st, 2009, 08:00 PM
Episode 7: Heredia Family
Air Date: December 18th, 2009, 08:00 PM
Episode 8: Benton Family
Air Date: January 8th, 2010, 08:00 PM
Summary: Christina and Joe have four children, Brandon (4) and triplets Samantha, Taylor and Ryan (2). The triplets were premature births, and need to eat properly for growth, yet barely touch the food on their plates. Brandon often feels left out with all the attention given to the triplets, and Christina is a perfectionist who is very self-critical of her parenting skills.
Episode 9: Hallenbeck Family
Air Date: January 15th, 2010, 08:00 PM
Summary: A mother of two who spends her time surfing the Web, watching TV and texting friends expects her mother to raise her children.
The Griswold Family
Episode 10: The Griswold Family
Air Date: January 29th, 2010, 08:00 PM
Episode 11: Mann Family
Air Date: February 5th, 2010, 08:00 PM
Summary: Jo tries to help two parents learn how to discipline their 5-year-old daughter and 3-year-old triplets.
Episode 12: Johnson Family
Air Date: March 5th, 2010, 08:00 PM
Episode 13: The McKinney Family
Air Date: March 12nd, 2010, 08:00 PM
Episode 14: 100th Episode Special
Air Date: March 12nd, 2010, 08:00 PM
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