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Balancing work and family life is difficult for many parents. "Kidnapped by the Kids" tries to get parents who spend more time at work than with their families to change their priorities by putting the kids in charge. The kids are empowered to stand up to their parents and tell them to say "goodbye" to the cell phones and computers and "hello" to family time with the ultimate goal of rediscovering what family is about.

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Children are tired of their father choosing work over spending time with them.
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Children are tired of taking a backseat to their father's hectic work schedule.
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A pair of siblings grows tired of their mother choosing work over her family.
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Children are worried that their stepfather's job is more important to him than the family.
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Four girls force their father to spend time with them.
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Tired of their father's traveling, children kidnap him to spend time as a family.
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Fed up with their father's hectic work weeks, children take action to gain his attention.
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The Garcia children are tired of their father working 14 hours a day.
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The children kidnap their workaholic mother so they can spend some time together.
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A father's 80-hour work week causes problems at home.

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