Jeff and Maria Bledsoe believe in parenting by example. They set the pace for their five children on daily long distance runs through the Nebraska countryside and insist on striving for goals, having a strong work ethic and being respectful to others. They have built a strong family unit by always supporting each other's efforts and spending quality time together. The Bledsoes believe hard work brings out one's true character, and they expect their kids to pull their weight in the three family businesses: breeding Rottweilers, running an auto repair shop and a pumpkin patch. Jeff and Maria are confident anyone can change their life's course for the better if given the right tools and guidance. For one week, the Bledsoes will add a pair of spoiled and entitled teenagers to their family. Sarah believes her good looks will get her everything she wants in life, and Peyton stubbornly refuses to comply with any of his mom's requests. But when the Bledsoes take charge, will a week of firm parenting change the teens' attitudes or simply add fuel to their rebellious fires?