Supernanny Season 4
S04 E01Jan 2, 2008
Drake Family Jan 2, 2008 Donna and Billy Jo Drake’s three children – Josie, 4, and 3-year-old twins Jared and Justin – are adorable… but so lively Mom and Dad are terrified to let their guard down for even a second in case the kids race off! Mom and Dad want nothing more than to pile their children into their sparkling new RV and hit the road for a family camping trip, but they’re so overprotective with the kids that even a walk induces parental panic. Can Supernanny get this family road-trip ready?
S04 E02Jan 2, 2008
Chapman Family Jan 2, 2008 Supernanny has gotten the call from the Chapman Family… but not from Mom and Dad! Teenagers Brittany, 16, and Moriah, 14, are worn out by taking care of their kid brothers while they keep house and homeschool themselves. So where are their parents and why are they AWOL? Supernanny answers the $64,000 question…
S04 E03Jan 9, 2008
Schumacher Family Jan 9, 2008 Who rules the roost in the Schumacher family? Not mom Teri and dad Brian, that’s for sure. It’s kids in control in this home – but when Supernanny Jo Frost discovers the clueless parents are letting their daughters chat with total strangers online, it’s clear that chore wars and backchat are the least of Teri and Brian’s troubles…
S04 E04Jan 16, 2008
Du'an Family Jan 16, 2008 Angela and Forrest Duan-Ahn have their kids completely overscheduled, with over 40 activities a week for Christopher, 9, Isabella, 7, twins Lawrence and Benjamin, 6, and Charlotte, 4. Mom and dad reckon they’re helping their kids by exposing them to so many lessons – but they’re all exhausted and stressed out. Can Jo help simplify this family’s hectic life?
S04 E05Jan 23, 2008
Terrill Family Jan 23, 2008 A single father needs Jo's help with his two sons, ages 5 & 11 when his parenting skills seem to be lacking.
S04 E06Feb 6, 2008
Dostal Family Feb 6, 2008 The lines of communication between Brenda and Bill Dostal have shut down. When it comes to discipline, they’re not even in the same book much less on the same page. And it means their kids feel free to do whatever they want…
S04 E07Feb 13, 2008
Daniels Family Feb 13, 2008 Supernanny has her most fiery face-off ever with a checked-out mom who has let things go for too long at home. Jo has some salty words for Lisa Daniels when Lisa chooses to ignore the chaos and let her kids run wild…
S04 E08Feb 20, 2008
Wilson-Knutson Family Feb 20, 2008 Pop star and stay-at-home mom Wendy Wilson is a pushover as far as her toddler sons are concerned – but dad Dan, a former rock singer, longs for clear-cut rules. With newborn twins wearing them out, Wendy and Dan have clued into the fact that their current parenting style just doesn’t work…
S04 E09Feb 27, 2008
Tafoya Family Feb 27, 2008 Holly and Jimmy Tafoya can’t quite figure out why cursing, spanking and washing their kids’ mouths out with soap aren’t working as discipline tactics. And when Supernanny steps in, Holly shows her the door!
S04 E10Mar 5, 2008
Prescott Family Mar 5, 2008 Kadi Prescott just can’t get close to her seven kids: she loses her temper with son Daniel, 7, who has ADHD; and relies on daughter Marli, 8, to be ‘mini-mom’. Can Jo help her fight her past and heal the emotional rift in her family?
S04 E11Mar 12, 2008
Banjany Family Mar 12, 2008 Lisa and Rich Banjany run a successful business but although they’re their own bosses when it comes to work, their kids – twins Cameron and Zoe, 5, and Blake, 3 – have definitely staged a hostile takeover when it comes to family life. Can Jo help?
S04 E12Mar 19, 2008
McKeever Family Mar 19, 2008 The McKeevers seem to have it all: a big house, nice cars and two gorgeous sons… who have trash talk and home demolition down to a fine art. Can Jo help the McKeevers get control of their boys?
S04 E13Apr 2, 2008
Addis Family Apr 2, 2008 Since Grandpa died, the Addis family has fallen apart. Dad definitely isn’t in charge and mom is coming under attack from their four children. Enter Supernanny, with a surprise the family will never forget!
S04 E14Apr 9, 2008
Citarella Family Apr 9, 2008 The four Citarella kids, ages 7, 6, 3 and 1, run rings round mom Debbie – but instead of tackling the problems she focuses on the funny side. Dad Joe just puts in his earplugs when the noise gets to be too much! Can Jo get Debbie to take her kids’ bad behavior seriously?
S04 E15Apr 23, 2008
Schrage Family Apr 23, 2008 The Schrages haven’t slept in the same bed in for eight years due to their children’s bed hopping, and mom and dad Christy and Kyle are too timid to set limits and enforce boundaries. Can Supernanny help these parents grow backbones?
S04 E16Apr 30, 2008
Clause Family Apr 30, 2008 The Clause kids – Brandon, 10, and Caila, 8 – are ‘tweenage terrors’: disrespectful, manipulative and resentful… but the key to change rests with mom (a total pushover) and dad (too laid back). Can Jo help them get a grip on their kids?
S04 E17May 7, 2008
Martinez Family May 7, 2008 With her husband Sindo away in Iraq, Michelle Martinez is home alone for months at a time with three rambunctious children. She’s totally overwhelmed and the kids’ behavior is spiraling out of control. Can Supernanny show her how to cope with the pressure?
S04 E18May 14, 2008
Browning Family May 14, 2008 Mom’s busy with her real estate business and dad's busy with his duties as a preacher. But no one’s busy with the kids – and it shows...
S04 E19May 28, 2008
Doyle Family May 28, 2008 Little Lizzie Doyle, 3, is in danger of being kicked out of preschool… big sister Sara, 5, likes sneaking the scissors out of mom’s sewing kit and cutting her own hair… and kid brother Andrew, 18 months, is a dude with a ’tude. Can Supernanny teach these kids that respect isn’t just an Atlantic soul classic?
S04 E20Jun 25, 2008
Moy Family Jun 25, 2008 Hailey Moy is a kid on the edge… she beats up on her kid sister, trashes kid brother Matthew’s stuff and hits mom Michele when she doesn’t get her way. Can Jo rebuild the parent-daughter bond and build up mom’s backbone?
S04 E21Jan 5, 2009
The Krolikowski Family Jan 5, 2009 Shannon and John both have high profile jobs at a large church, but their home is a far cry from a peaceful sanctuary. All four of their children fight with each other so viciously and so frequently that mom usually intervenes only if someone has drawn blood. That happens regularly because the kids bite, pinch, kick and pull hair for all they're worth. Mom's yelling isn't working, and Dad says he spanks to discipline, since he doesn't believe that timeouts or talking work. But in spite of the hardline tactics, neither parent has much authority. How will Jo deal with these challenges, especially with a dad resistant to her methods?