Something tells me you do, or ABC wouldn't be gearing up for Supernanny 3, the show that features no-nonsense British nanny Jo Frost in her smart little suits correcting smart-assed little children. If your heart's desire really is to have a permanent record made of your broken family, you're in luck. Supernanny casting directors will be at Ridgmar Mall in Fort Worth this Sunday for a "meet and greet" with potential show subjects. Probably gonna be more like a "meet and scream, spank, bite, tear, bawl, hit," but whatever.
Show up between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m., and if your family has Supernanny potential, you may join the two other Dallas-area families who were featured on the show in past seasons. As casting producer Lisa Shannon wrote in an e-mail: "We have a history of good luck finding families in need of Supernanny in Texas."
I guess that translates roughly to "Ya'll got some effed-up kids in the Lone Star State." --Andrea Grimes