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The Best Episodes of Supernanny

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Supernanny follows Jo Frost as she helps families where the parents are struggling with a variety of disciplinary issues with their children. The best episodes of Supernanny often feature the naughty chair as an effective tool and children often learn new house rules. Some good episodes of Supernanny also find the families growing closer together.

What are the best episodes of Supernanny? “The Atkinson Family,” from season seven is a fan favorite. It finds Jen and John Atkinson struggling with the disrespectful attitudes of their five daughters. “The Uva Family” is another popular episode of Supernanny.

“The Federico Family” is another good episode from Supernanny as is “100th Episode Special,” which finds Jo checking in on families featured in previous episodes.

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    Federico Family

    Video: YouTube
    A woman really wants to be a fun mom but has trouble accepting Jo's advice in the process....
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      Mann Family

      Video: YouTube

      Jo helps Melissa and Mark Mann develop tools to discipline their four misbehaving children rather than relying on spanking.

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        The Haynes Family and The Potter Family

        Video: YouTube
        Maria and Scott have an eleven–year–old boy called Jack, a six–year–old girl called Chloe and a four–year–old girl called Demi. Emma and Alex have a six–year–old girl called Anya, a five–year–old boy called Corey and a one–year–old girl called Alanis....
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          Collins Family

          Video: YouTube
          Jason and Karen Collins live in Northamptonshire, U.K. with their four unruly children who run the house by mob rule. Ten-year-old Ben, Lauren (nine), Joshua (six) and Joseph (four) keep their stay-at-home mom on her toes all day. Dad Jason is the manager of a British bakery and often doesn't return home from work until 8:00 p.m. or later. Ben and Joseph, the oldest and youngest, are not only aggressive and destructive, but decide to be the first children ever to prove that Supernanny's techniques won't work. After Jo witnesses the Collins kids exhibiting bad behavior -- ranging from regular use of the ""f"" word to spitting and smashing up the house -- she introduces her strict zero...
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