Jo finds triple the trouble in the DeMott family in Bayville, New Jersey. Ted and Nancy have four children: Timmy is 11 and 4-year-old triplets: Teddy, Milo, and Giada. The triplets annoy their older brother, destroy things, and even run out of their... (more) house unsupervised. The parents think that time-outs for the triplets don't work, so Nancy's form of discipline is locking the triplets in their room when they misbehave while Ted surrenders. Nancy is home with the kids full-time while Ted is at work at his job as a police officer. Ted is under a lot of stress and drinks alcohol to make himself feel better. When Ted comes home from work, he's in charge of the kids while Nancy goes to work herself. Timmy and Ted's relationship has deteriorated since the triplets were born. Can Jo tame this trio of tiny offenders and get Ted back on the straight and narrow or will Jo have to lay down the law?