Top TV Dads
To celebrate Father’s Day, we’re counting down the top TV dads of all time, from the silly to the unhinged to the just plain classics, you’re not going to want to miss this list.
His passion for football never superseded his passion for people, whether it be his family or his players, he was always there to give them a nudge in the right direction.
Who knew that being a shoe salesman could make you so cynical?
He cared about his family more than anything and his family wasn’t just his blood, it was all the peoples lives he was a part of.
Who could forget Festivus? (George Tried but couldn’t) he was wacky, loud, and obnoxious, but it made for the perfect formula for a TV dad.
You could not leave this quick-witted man off of this list, a true pioneer in TV dad comedy.
The Goofy dad whose daughters and family meant the world to him, he was always there for them whenever they really needed it.
With a family like his who needs friends? He certainly tried to keep the wackiness in some sort of order (to no avail).
A true classic TV Dad, with his wacky antics, outlandish ideas, and excessive drinking what’s not to like?
We can’t deny his love of the Detriot Lions and power tools. Even though DIY projects didn’t always go exactly as planned he was a great father…at least we think so Tim.
He’d do anything for his family and I mean ANYTHING (some more legal than others).
The classic father, living in the age of the disco music and funky patterns, always upbeat and ready to give you vaguely inspiring advice.
He’s the “fun” dad, he likes to feel like a kid (and acts like one a good portion of the time) but when he needs to be an adult for his family he’s ready to flip the switch.
He took his wild nephew from Philadelphia Will in and we all know how that went…He was more of a father figure to Will than he ever had and it helped shape him into a better person.