From the Momager Trenches L.A.: “Gunfire, Car Chases and Kids, OH MY!” A day on the set of RENO 911

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Yesterday, Jordan worked  on an episode of Comedy Centrals', "RENO 911!" As a background job, we'd normally pass; however, I Love RENO 911! I'm not proud of this.  It's a guilty pleasure and I admit it.  My "rational mom reasoning" for submitting my daughter Jordan for this was threefold: (1) the scene only involved a few kids and the