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"Supernanny" Comes To Phoenix in Search of the Worst Kids in Town

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Has your sparkling bundle of joy turned into an adolescent monster? If so, you're in luck; the ABC reality show "Supernanny" is coming to town in search of the Valley's most misbehaved minors.

The show will be holding open casting calls on Saturday at The Phoenix Zoo and Wet 'n' Wild Water park.

Casting calls are open to anyone interested, but if you email casting producer Johnny Beechler in advance, he will give you a front-of-the-line pass to avoid the line.

Beechler can be reached at cast4shows@yahoo.com, and requests that potential families explain why they think their family needs help, and sends a recent family photo.

The show is in it's fifth season, and takes families of children with behavior problems, and "retrains" them.

They might be in luck here in Phoenix. We can think of a few Liberian rascals, ages 9-14, who could use some "retraining."

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