Supernanny Season 1
S01 E01Jan 17, 2005
Jeans Family Jan 17, 2005 In the first episode Supernanny visits The Jeans Family. The Jeans Family has an active family of five in Denver, Colorado. David and Barbara Jeans have been married for 16 years. The couple both have three girls don't show any mercy on the middle-aged pair. Andra, who is 4 1/2 years old. Andra dominates the whole family by her family with her selfish demands, tantrums, and violent outbursts that feature hitting and kicking anything and anyone in her way.
S01 E02Jan 24, 2005
Bullard Family Jan 24, 2005 Bryce and Jen Bullard are a Colorado couple who are struggling to manage a busy plumbing business and raise two unruly children. The Bullard household is chaotic, with work phones ringing off the hook and kids screaming late into the night. Jen is at the breaking point, as she tries to juggle her roles as secretary, homemaker and mother. The Bullard boys, two-year-old Rylan and six-year-old Brycie, have full rein of the house. Brycie constantly talks back to his parents, and baby Rylan refuses to sleep in his crib, shrieking at the top of his lungs at the mention of bedtime and spending hours delaying it. Jen and Bryce have very different views of parenting; Jen is more lenient, while Dad is quick to punish. In order for Bryce and Jen to gain control of their household, they must learn get on the same page with their discipline and follow the Supernanny method.
S01 E03Jan 31, 2005
Orm Family Jan 31, 2005 Parents Shawn and Tammy Orm have lost control of their three sons. Eight-year-old Chandler talks back to his parents and has an attitude problem. Caden, who is six, has a nasty habit of beating up his younger brother, Declan. He also refuses to eat during mealtimes, choosing instead to throw tantrums. Three-year-old Declan is quickly learning to emulate his older brothers' bad behavior. In addition, his favorite pastime is sneaking out of the house to wander the neighborhood unsupervised. Stay-at-home mom Tammy is a softie and refuses to discipline her boys, letting them get away with murder. Video technician Shawn takes a tougher approach, often yelling at his sons, but that doesn't curb their naughtiness either. When parents lose hope and are desperate for answers, there's just one person to call.
S01 E04Feb 7, 2005
Wischmeyer Family Feb 7, 2005 John and Melora Wischmeyer are a hard-working couple with three children. John works long hours as a civil engineer, and Melora took a marketing job where she could work at home to enjoy time with her children. However, the time spent is anything but enjoyable. Their four-year-old twin daughters, Alaia and Ashlyn, do everything in their power to control their parents. During the day, Alaia runs rampant around the house. She hits, she screams and is downright defiant. Any discipline Melora tries to dish out, Alaia simply ignores. When nighttime arrives, it's Ashlyn's turn to act up. She adamantly resists bedtime and repeatedly runs out of her room, throwing things and having wild tantrums. Complicating the issue is nine-year-old son Jared, a quiet, smart boy who often is punished for his sisters' misbehavior. Jared is becoming increasingly frustrated by this situation, though John and Melora haven't noticed yet
S01 E05Feb 14, 2005
Weston Family Feb 14, 2005 Meet insurance salesman Fred Weston and his wife, Andrea, a homemaker and schoolteacher. The Westons are a loving, hardworking family with a big problem - a ferocious four-year-old named Andrew. Little Andrew rules the Weston house, and it's a reign of terror. He topples lawn furniture, calls his mother ""Poo-poo"" and bullies his eleven-month-old brother, Sean, in countless ways. Well-intentioned Fred and Andrea find themselves at their limit. They acknowledge that their tactics have been futile, but how to break the cycle and regain control? It's Supernanny to the rescue! She'll serve young Andrew a spoonful of respect and the parents an important lesson about consistency.
S01 E06Feb 21, 2005
Bailey Family Feb 21, 2005 Bill and Stacie Bailey have demanding jobs and an even more demanding family. Bill is a police officer, and Stacie teaches at the local elementary school. But when they return from long days on the job, the real work begins - raising Billy and Jadyn, ages two and six. ""Billy can be very sweet - then there's the devil,"" says Stacie referring to her son's epic tantrums. Daughter Jadyn, according to Stacie, is ""already hitting the moodiness of puberty,"" plus the youngster has a major sleeping problem. She sleeps everywhere but her own bed, preferring her parents' room or even the hallway floor! Will Bill be able to police his children's behavior? How can educator Stacie teach her children respect and discipline?
S01 E07Mar 7, 2005
Gorbea Family Mar 7, 2005 Robert (34) and Evelina (26) Gorbea have lost control of their family, and the power is in the hands of their two-year-old son, Adam. The toddler constantly latches onto his mother and explodes into ear-busting tantrums when he's denied her attention. He also refuses to go to sleep in his crib, often keeping Evelina up until the wee hours of the night. This monopoly of mom's time leaves Adam's siblings, daughter Meya (8) and son Demetrius (9), feeling neglected. Is Robert not helpful enough or is Evelina afraid to let her last baby grow up?
S01 E08Mar 21, 2005
Ririe Family Mar 21, 2005 Scott and Jennifer Ririe have their hands full with their four children -- daughter Selia (9) and sons Hallden (7), Blake (3), and Broden(1). Scott and Jennifer have two completely different outlooks on how their children should be parented. By far their most troublesome child is the reckless and defiant Blake. Every time Jennifer looks away, he makes a beeline for the front door and dashes out across the busy street to play with a neighbor friend. In public, Jennifer also has no control over Blake. He refuses to stay with her and runs off constantly; and when she chases after him, she leaves her other children unattended. While Jennifer is fearful for Blake's safety, Scott doesn't have a problem with this situation, often laughing it off. The parents also disagree about their children's eating habits. Both let the kids snack whenever they want, but Jennifer wants that to change. Scott has the opposite view, saying that they should be able to snack as much as they want. Blake loves to
S01 E09Apr 4, 2005
Collins Family Apr 4, 2005 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 tolerance regime. The children are separated into different naughty zones when they misbehave, and toys and luxury items are confiscated for infractions. Jo not only encounters great resistance from the children, but, surprisingly, tears from mum and dad, as she teaches the family how to get on track with th
S01 E10Apr 18, 2005
Burnett Family Apr 18, 2005 The Burnetts are in over their heads. With five kids, including Zachary (8) and two sets of twins -- Joseph and John (3) and Michael and Molly (16 months) -- this is a family consumed by chaos. A self-employed, stay-at-home dad, Michael, is struggling to find a balance between work and family. Mom Joanne is a schoolteacher who comes home every afternoon to four needy toddlers who want all of her attention and a household full of chores that Dad has deemed ""woman's work."" Jo enters the equation with a master plan for this family to organize their lives and wake up to the reality of their situation. Jo's ultimate goal: reduce the chaos, add structure to an unbalanced routine and give the parents the tools to manage their clingy brood
S01 E11May 2, 2005
Christiansen Family May 2, 2005 Homemaker Colleen Christiansen and her husband Chris, who works in insurance sales, have boys gone wild. Seven-year-old Corey and three-year-old Chase challenge their parents regularly with behavior that includes kicking, pinching, biting, backtalk and general disrespect. The boys can be destructive to the home, and the whole family has a tendency to shout. In addition, young Chase still uses a baby bottle. Jo Frost comes to the rescue, and foremost on her agenda are showing the parents how to communicate their expectations to the children without shouting and the importance of presenting a united front when it comes to discipline
S01 E12May 11, 2005
Supernanny Family Update Special May 11, 2005 This special,airing at a special time wednesday 5/11 at 10pm, will update supernannies loyal viewers on all the families that appeared on the show over the first season.....
S01 E13Jul 7, 2004
The Woods Family Jul 7, 2004 Two year old Charlie is a raging toddler who’s destroying and dominating family life with his out-of-control behavior. Mom Lucy and dad Steve are determined to turn their lives around and adhere to Supernanny's strict guidelines.
S01 E14Jul 14, 2004
The Steer Family Jul 14, 2004 Supernanny faces a tough assignment when she agrees to move into the home of single mum Kelly Steer. Kelly's two young children have pretty much destroyed the family home.
S01 E15Jul 21, 2004
The Charles Family Jul 21, 2004 Life has been tough for the Charles family since the birth of their twins 15 months ago. Their once well-behaved four year old Jacob now lashes out at his younger siblings.