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Having a few days off from college recently and as I was flicking through the channels to see what was on, I came across this rubbish on ITV, who screened several episodes recently as part of their new morning line up to replace the chat show Trisha.
Nanny 911 is about baby-sitters going to look after children who seem to suffer behaviour problems.
Nanny 911 doesn't make pleasant viewing and most of the time, all you get is children shouting and screaming. A rather noisy programme.
How you can call this entertainment I will never know. A load of rubbish.
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