The Supernanny Quits, Isn't So Super Anymore

After six years of putting other people's kids on the naughty mat, Jo Frost is calling it a day.

The reason? She's like to have a personal life — and kids of her own. "I need to create more balance in my life," she tells the New York Post. "Proper balance will allow me to date and have a relationship and look at my own future of having a family...I am definitely excited about dating and being in a committed relationship. That is all exciting stuff for me around the corner."

While this marks a major blow for me and my dad, who both watch and discuss Supernanny on an oddly regular basis, it makes total sense given how exhausting the show looks (and that's edited down to an hour.) Also, when you know she apparently stays with her dad when she's at home in England. Jo, you've earned a rest. When this does happen, though, she'll probably be the most scrutinized parent ever: we can only imagine the schadenfreude people will feel if they ever see her kid have a tantrum in the grocery store.

'Supernanny' Quits [NY Post]
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