1. Family fixer Dave Vitalli heads to Alabama to help a single dad at the end of his rope with his five wild daughters. The girls have no respect for their father or each other. They're violent and out of control. Dave needs to make peace among the......  Read Full Episode Summary »


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  1. When Dave Vitalli confronts five wild sisters, he discovers the real issue -- a clueless single dad who's lost control of his family.

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  2. Dave Vitalli is finally getting through to Alan. Will he finally become a disciplinarian rather than a friend? Watch and find out.

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  3. Alan steps up as a father and provides his daughters with household necessities. Take a look.

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  1. Family fixer Dave Vitalli heads to Alabama to help a single dad at the end of his rope with his five wild daughters. The girls have no respect for their father or each other. They're violent and out of control. Dave needs to make peace among the girls, and he must give dad a serious wake-up call before he loses his family for good.

    Alan (dad) -- Alan believes his five daughters are "demon possessed." He's lost touch with them completely and has no idea what to do about it.

    Love (age 20) -- Oldest daughter Love wanted out of the house so bad, she got married at 17 and moved away, but she's still close with her sisters and worries about them constantly.

    Grace (age 16) -- Grace is fed up with the family and does not believe things can change. She and younger sister Goldie constantly butt heads.

    Goldie (age 15) -- Goldie is a compulsive liar and an instigator in the house. She refuses to share a room, forcing younger sister Olive to sleep on the couch.

    Sabbath (age 13) -- Sabbath has a mean streak and a violent temper. Her relationship with her dad is the most far-gone. They barely even speak.

    Olive (age 12) -- Youngest sister Olive was daddy's little girl until recently when her older sisters' violent tendencies and penchant for cussing rubbed off on her.

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