Supernanny Episode Guides
Jennifer and John Atkinson have tried to blend their children from previous marriages into a new, happy, and functional family. However, anger and emotional issues grip some of their children, which has led to a hostile environment. Jo quickly observes that the parents are being inconsistent and coddling their kids, and they need a new plan of living.
Jo works with a family with a newborn for the first time. In an attempt to try and discipline their children, the parents put hot sauce on their kids' lips and they frequently miss their newborn's cues regarding feedings and diapers, so Jo sets up a more effective parenting plan.
Jo has to educate neglectful parents and their overwhelmed nanny about how to properly discipline their unruly children.
Jo meets two parents who choose not to discipline their children in an attempt to make up for moving four times in a year.
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Jo has to deal with a three-year-old who refuses to be potty-trained and only wants to eat sugary foods.
Jo helps a family with five unruly children and a young granddaughter, all of whom have behavioral issues.
Jo tries to save a married couple who have to contend with a defiant 12-year-old and her two younger brothers. Jo not only has to deal with chaos at home, but tantrums in public as well.
Jo helps a pushover mother and her exhausted husband set up some definitive boundaries and rules for their six out of control children.
Jo helps out a Florida family with two violent, misbehaving sons. In an ironic twist, the mother of the boys used to be a parenting educator.
Jo tries to help a husband and wife who have conflicting parenting styles. He is more of a strict, traditional disciplinarian and he feels his wife constantly undermines his efforts. She feels their marriage is on shaky ground and her family may fall apart if they can't figure out how to properly discipline their disrespectful children.
Jo helps a mother of four adopted children who struggles with discipline while her husband is stationed overseas with the Marines.
Jo helps a cop and his wife cope with their unruly four-year-old triplets and their 11-year-old-son.
The Froebrich parents seek Jo's help with their five unruly children, but Jo finds out the parents' discipline techniques leave much to be desired.
Jo helps two parents who constantly bribe their three boys with candy and junk food rather than use actual discipline.
Jo helps a widowed father of three try to enforce new boundaries and cope with being a single dad.
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