Top 10 Best Cartoon TV Dads
Homer has equal parts and is awkward, idiotic and a dedicated dad. He may be a heavy drinker, a voracious gotten and an all round leaving low but the head of the Simpson family is puala is there for his kids and ready to help. Anyway he can even if he ain't the brightest crayon in the box. Though he often strangles his son and sometimes ignores his daughter skills, Homer is definitely the most famous cartoon dad ever.
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He kicks Peter's @$$ anyway!
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As stupid as he is reckless, the patriarch of the Griffin clan puts his family in harms way at almost daily rate. Barely kept in check by his forgiving wife, Lois, and often outthought by his own dog, Peter has no attention span to speak up and has pretty brutal mistreatment of his daughter Meg. But even for all its parts Peter still manages to connect with his kids. Just don't ask him for advice.
No! He abuses his children, especially Meg!
Well meaning but sometimes ignorant, Randy Marsh is a relatively devoted father to Stan and Shelley. While his drinking occasionally gets him into trouble, Randy's PHD in geology means he's often asked to solve situations he knows nothing about. Like stopping a volcanic eruption or burrowing through regions of hippies or whether he is teaching Stan about purity, we're taking an active interest in his hobbies. Randy still finds time to bond with his son.
How is he not number 1, he's the funniest.
He may actually be the most normal unstable cartoon dad in the bunch but normal as a relative term. The long-suffering owner of Bob's Burgers, Mr Belcher does his best or at the very least when it comes to running his family. He gets very little respect from his kids and cclients, but can always count on some comfort from his loyal and loving wife Linda.
Good thing he doesn't shoot his kids unlike Peter Griffin.
He is the most reasonable on this list.
He is the one with the most common sense.
Setting a precedent for cartoon dads everywhere, Fred was a bungling husband and clueless father before it was cool. He is loud, easily aggravated and always trying to make a quick buck. Fred is also friendly and will do anything for skin. By working a full time job to provide for his loving family, while also trying to keep his wife happy, Fred is preresponded example of a devoted dad.
Clean cut, straight laced and with an unnatural predilection for propane, Hank is a caring father if been ineffectual disciplinarian. Out of touch with his teenage offspring and the world in general, Hank's just trying to reconcile his good old fashioned values with an increasingly modern society. We may not see eye to eye with a sensitive son, Hank is still a patient and devoted father and less in a loud mouth and other cartoon dads.
His world may have flying cars and household robots but that doesn't selm George Jetson's problems with fatherhood and bringing home the bacon. With a son who is up to all kind of mischief and a teenage daughter who attracts the attention of boys. George's patience often push to a breaking point. But when all said and done, he's still 11 cartoon dad.
Perhaps not the likely as person to win father of the year. Stan is highly focused on his career with the CIA. With two kids who don't particularly respect him and an adopted alien has nothing but a contempt for him, Stan is a good old fashioned Republican patriarch who sees his family as an occasional annoyance. Impulsive, manly and radical as they come, Stan Smith is the embodiment of the American dream. Sorta.
He good dad I guess?
Certainly one of the coolest cartoon dads, Nigel is a globetrotting wildlife documentarian who brought his family along for the adventure. Completely oblivious only in the way dads can be, Nigel doesn't seem to realize that his daughter has the ability to converse with animals. Nonetheless, he proves to be a caring and attentive father when the occasion arises and a charming oddball even in the face a Binger.
I mean he technically is a father, he does have a son named Max, he just doesn't show him often.
His insecurity is hilarious, its obvious where Morty gets most of his character from.