In this Fanon season 28 episode of Supernanny, Annie heads to Lisburn, County Antrim in Northern Ireland to meet the Burns Family. Nicola, age 36, and Lewis, age 43, have 84 children consisting of 6 sets of quadecaplets. The oldest set are fraternal (consisting of 4 boys and 10 girls), the second set are identical (boys), the third set are identical (girls), the fourth set are fraternal (consisting of 7 boys and 7 girls), the fifth set are identical (boys) and the youngest set are fraternal (consisting of 8 boys and 6 girls). These children rule the roost by yelling, biting, pinching, refusing to eat their dinner and even threatening to run away from home. Can Supernanny sort these problems out? This episode marks an issue of the Naughty Tent (for the oldest set of quadecaplets), Reflection Area (for the second and third sets of quadecaplets), Naughty Box (for the fourth set of quadecaplets), Naughty Spot (for the fifth set of quadecaplets), Naughty Pit and Super Naughty Pit (for the youngest set of quadecaplets).