Thursday, November 8, 2007

Super Nanny Casting Call: Palm Springs Area

This is NOT a paid post, but I was contacted by ABC television's casting agent to post this on my blog, since I have a number of local readers from the Palm Springs area.
Are your children driving you nuts? Had enough sassy back talk, disrespect and shenanigans?

ABC TV is looking for Southern California families with children (toddlers to teens) to take part in the hit television series featuring Jo Frost, America’s #1 nanny!
The casting call is being held at BOOMERS! Palm Springs
Saturday, November 10th 12pm to 4pm
67-700 E. Palm Canyon Dr.
Cathedral City, CA 92234
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For more information & to apply for the show:Visit http://www.supernanny.com/ Call Toll Free: 877-NANNY-TIME (877-626-6984)
-Rick Rockhill

9 comments:

Ben Wu said...

Mrs. Danvers!!! She has to give it a go. I mean...just look at that logo.

Palm Springs Savant said...

Ben wu- believe me, Mrs Danvers would be one scary nanny...besides, they already have the nanny (Jo Fost). What they are looking for are a few familes. But you do give me an idea...perhaps I should call ABC back and pitch a show concept around Mrs Danvers and Dr Wang...hmmmmm

Brian in Mpls said...

She is my new fantasy

Desert Songbird said...

"I'm not a doctor - I just play one on TV." Sorry, but that's what I thought when I read that first line, Rick!

I've only seen this show once or twice, but there are times I have considered this (or military boarding school) for my kids. Grrrrr...

Mags said...

Holy cow-you're famous!

I do not have kids, nor do I live in CA...so...um....this was just a fun post for me and nothing more. LOL

TWISI said...

Could I bring my puppy child or does she only do humans?

CRUSTYBEEF said...

hmm, I would consider it if I:

A) lived in Cali
B) Could hide my face behind a wonderwoman's mask
c) not have it filmed in my home, but rather a hotel since ABC was so wonderful to study my children in another environment.

WHY?
Because I'm never too old to learn new ways to be a better parent-but without the exploitation. :)
Always,
Crusty~

Sheila said...

There is no way any sane family should be involved in a reality show. Think of the kids in years to come. Please, if you are in trouble with parenting, go see a child therapist.

Canadian flake said...

omg I totally love this show...I was a single mom for a long time and I respect a lot of her ideas...not all but a lot of them

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