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    RealityINXS posted exactly what I was thinking! Lol. Amazing! I prefer Supernanny too and just happened to watch since Ghost Whisperer was not on!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quemoni View Post
    RealityINXS posted exactly what I was thinking! Lol. Amazing! I prefer Supernanny too and just happened to watch since Ghost Whisperer was not on!
    I'm psychic, Quemoni!

    Did you also notice that part where the firemen and the mom and child were turning to watch as she walked by? Wasn't that ridiculous?

    Supernanny Jo definitely has far more personality than these nannies, but I'll watch anyway

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    I don't know why, but I'd have to say that I do like Nanny 911 over Supernanny.

    I think I spent most of the episode watching with my mouth hanging open. Was she serious? Her answer to everything was to give the kids cupcakes or donuts. Kid whines, shove another cupcake at him to shut him up. So what if he only eats the top, (as she defended herself to the husband,) five cupcakes is ridiculous. The husband definitely was one of the better parents we've seen on these shows. Let's hope the mother is capable of keeping it up.

    I like Nanny Deb. She really seems to care about the families.

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    I don't like the way this show is put together, as opposed to Supernanny. It's not even made much progress 5-10 minutes from the end of the show, and then everything miraculously rolls to a good conclusion.

    At least with Supernanny, you see reasonable progress and conclusions. I guess it's all in the editing. Maybe Nanny 911 needs a better editor.
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    Did anyone see the most recent episode??? I amso surprised that no one has posted anything yet about the most recent horrific mother on this show!!! I could believe this woman (child really) and her blantant disregard of everything that Nanny said and trying to teach her. Personally the father was a whimp and should divorce this lazy, worthless couch potatoe. I have a feeling that he is scared to leave the children with her as he is the step-father with no hope of keeping them himself. He really wanted to be a good parent and I was happy to see him continue with the nanny the rest of the week.
    As for mother, Michelle - she needs to check out of that family and leave them to the step-dad if she wants them to be good adults.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iamsohooked View Post
    Did anyone see the most recent episode??? I amso surprised that no one has posted anything yet about the most recent horrific mother on this show!!! I could believe this woman (child really) and her blantant disregard of everything that Nanny said and trying to teach her. Personally the father was a whimp and should divorce this lazy, worthless couch potatoe. I have a feeling that he is scared to leave the children with her as he is the step-father with no hope of keeping them himself. He really wanted to be a good parent and I was happy to see him continue with the nanny the rest of the week.
    As for mother, Michelle - she needs to check out of that family and leave them to the step-dad if she wants them to be good adults.
    That woman was the worst! I wanted to reach in my TV and slap her up side the head. "He said Friggen" What the hell? Were you watching the same tape the kid said the F word-OK I don't know that really but Nanny knew he did and watched it on the tape herself. This woman resisted from the very beginning, her husband called. I was so mad at this show.

    I am glad people are still into this show. I enjoy it way more than SuperNanny.

    What happened to the gift from Nanny at the end, I liked that part-though this mother didn't deserve it

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    I don't think anyone could fault this husband for getting out of this crappy relationship. She is not even wanting to meet him 1/4 of the way. I like that he gives the only daughter some positive attention. I was shocked that the "mother" refused the daughter a hug when she was crying for something so simple...and not sugar-laden.

    This man has made a serious mistake.
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    When you throw a rock into a pack of dogs, you know which one you hit by the one that yelps!

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    Is Michelle a waste of skin or what? Adam seemed like a pretty nice fella. Why on earth would he want to marry a stupid, fat, ugly cow with 3 spoiled brats? There must have been a shotgun involved. Or maybe he lost a bet. What an unlikeable woman. I wonder if she has any friends.
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    Re: Nanny 911

    Watched an episode tonight on CMT, and was surprised to see that there was a "manny"! Am I the only person that missed that??
    "...each affects the other, and the other affects the next, and the world is full of stories, but the stories are all one." - Mitch Albom, one helluva writer

    When you throw a rock into a pack of dogs, you know which one you hit by the one that yelps!

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