Except for an appointment at a destination in Alaska inaccessible by car, Supernanny (Jo Frost) arrives at all her American appointments in a black London taxicab bearing the license plate: SPRNANNY. See more »
You won't have any friends to stay over all of next week.
I don't care. I hate my friends.
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This show is something that can help parents who are watching, and at the same time serve as entertainment. Jo Frost is an amazing woman who has pretty much dedicated her life to helping parents with rowdy children. She's a beautiful woman inside and out. She is Supernanny, she goes to a families home that needs her help, and helps them work out their issues with their children.
Nanny 911 is a show similar to this, except its stupid. The nannies on that show are gross, mean, and rude. Nanny 911 is also extremely fake. Jo interacts, and plays with the kids, they love her. She is also very helpful to the parents. This is her calling, whereas the nannies on 911 only are doing their job, and they seem really (b)itchy in the process. If you are a parent that needs help, call Jo-Jo. Not Nanny 911.
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