1. Hank Hill from “King Of The Hill”
Hank Hill is a Texan man who likes to drink beer and rattle off about propane. He clearly loves his son, Bobby, but has a hard time expressing it.
2. Al Bundy from “Married With Children”
Al Bundy’s just trying to get by in life after having kids at an early age. His sarcastic insults are often relayed towards wife Peggy and his kids Kelly and Bud, but they give him a taste of his own medicine too.
3. Michael Bluth from “Arrested Development”
Michael Bluth is the CEO and President of the Bluth Company and is probably the only “stable” person in his dysfunctional family. He tries to keep his family and business in order, but somehow something always seems to go wrong.
4. Stan Smith from “American Dad!”
Stan works for the CIA in Langley, Virginia. On top of always being on the alert for terrorist activity, he does double duty as a father. And that job is equally as tough!
5. Red Forman from “That ’70s Show”
Red Forman is a no-nonsense kind of man. His son, Eric, was sure to respect his rules or face the consequences. Mr. Forman’s blunt and honest comments may sting Eric’s ego, but you have to admit they’re hilarious!
6. Randy Marsh from “South Park”
Randy Marsh is Stan’s father and is described as “the biggest dingbat in the entire show.” He is a geologist, enjoys drinking, and was even in a boy band back in the day.
Phil Dunphy wants to be a cool, hip dad, but he usually just ends up embarrassing his kids. And that makes for great laughs and entertainment!
8. Hal from “Malcolm In The Middle”
Question: How do you deal when you are part of a dysfunctional family? Answer: In any way that you can! Poor Hal! It’s a good thing his misfortune is amusing!
9. George Lopez from “The George Lopez Show”
George Lopez has a bit of a rough time raising his teenage daughter and younger son, but he means well! How would you deal if your daughter wants to run away and get married? It doesn’t help that his sassy mother always makes fun of his parenting!
10. Dr. Huxtable from “The Cosby Show”
Dr. Huxtable is a silly, eccentric man with an equally eccentric family. And even when he’s dancing silly in his home or wearing outrageous sweaters, he always puts being a father first in his priorities.
Inspired by the all new series “Baby Daddy”
Baby Daddy is about Ben (Jean-Luc Bilodeau) who, in his 20s, becomes a surprise dad to a baby girl when she’s left on his doorstep by an ex-girlfriend. Ben decides to raise the baby with the help of his mother (Melissa Peterman), his brother Danny (Derek Theler), his best buddy Tucker (Tahj Mowry), and his close female friend, Riley (Chelsea Kane), who is harboring a secret crush on him.