Before the revolving line of creditEdit
Announcer: "Tonight on Supernanny..."
???: "Hi, I'm Maria."
???: "I'm Charlie."
Both: "And we're the Bucket Family from Carlsbad in California!"
Charlie: "We have Julie who is 9, and Lachlan who is 5."
Jo Arrives at the Bucket DoorstepEdit
[Lachlan is having Wonka bars for breakfast]
Charlie: "Again, Lachlan?"
The Phone CallEdit
[Nicole is dusting a framed photograph of her late golden retriever dog Lucy, who passed away due to natural causes in summer 2015]
[We now see a new golden retriever dog named Lucy II, who looks identical to her mother]
Nicole: "Hello, who's calling?"
Charlie: "Hi Nicole. This is Charlie Bucket from Carlsbad, California. I have two out-of-control kids, Julie, 9 and Lachlan, 5.
Nicole: "How out-of-control are your kids?"
Charlie: "You see, they fight, swear, spit, and they have little or no respect for authority. Lachlan always sticks to my all time favorite Wonka Bars and he refuses to eat vegetables."
Nicole: "Okay Charlie, the discipline for those two is the Naughty Platform. Julie will go on it for 9 minutes and Lachlan, 5 minutes."
Charlie: "Okay. My wife and I will try our best!"
Nicole: "I wish you good luck, Charlie."
[Charlie deposits Lachlan on the Naughty Platform]
Charlie: " "
Lose What You Like ChartEdit
Star Reward ChartEdit
Julie and Lachlan vs. the BabysitterEdit
Jo: "I decided to go with Charlie and Maria to spend a day at the arcade and a takeaway pizza restaurant, so we left Julie and Lachlan with a young babysitter named Allison Dumais."
Charlie: "This has to be Julie and Lachlan's Naughty Platforms. Julie will sit on it for 9 minutes and Lachlan will do so for 5 minutes."
[Allison writes down all the information in her babysitting notebook]
[Charlie hands Allison a long list of emergency numbers]
Julie: "Why can't we go to the arcade and pizza restaurant with you? That's not fair!"
Maria: "Because the babysitter has to look after you two, sweetie."
Time to Say GoodbyeEdit
Charlie: "The day after Jo left our household, everything was getting better and I can see a brighter future for the family."