A hilarious clip taken from The World's Strictest Parents got viewers reminiscing about the show on Twitter. For those who aren't familiar, each episode saw two unruly teenagers sent to live with a strict host family for a week to curb their bad behaviour, working on a list of issues they need to resolve from their real parents. And during the above instalment, Nicole Benham and Nathan Ballance travelled to Barbados to live with the Harris family. As the synopsis explains further: "Dad Kenrick is an IT consultant and mum Andrea is a primary school teacher. They raise their two daughters in the spirit of God's love and God's discipline. However on the first night, Nathan ended up rowing with the family over cigarettes, after they implemented rules which included no smoking, no drinking, no swearing, and respect for parents. The teen furiously attempts to reason his side of the argument by bringing up Martin Luther King's 'I have a dream' speech apparently smoking was his human right , and Twitter users still can't get over the scenes today. I this had me in tears just yesterday :sob::sob::sob: the way she went off on him i'm still crying bout it. The show provided viewers with many hours of entertainment, as the kids retaliated against their new parents.
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There are also many other international foreign versions listed below including an Australian version, a New Zealand version, and a German German language -version titled "Die strengsten Eltern der Welt" The Strictest Parents of the World. As well other locales to have locally produced adaptations include Scandinavia, Turkey, and Poland. Since , the official YouTube channel has been uploading small snippet clips from many of the episodes, largely the UK, US and Australian broadcasts: however, these snippets, in some cases, were just whole episodes broken into smaller notable highlights of an episode.
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