Celebrate Father's Day by voting for your favorite TV dad. They're the ones who truly raised you so this is the least you can do.
The official voting period has ended. See the results below.
Total Votes: 711,771
Score = wins / total matches (recalculated every 5 minutes)
Even though he never wore the pants in the family, Hal was definitely a great TV dad. He made little money, was constantly belittled by his wife, and his kids didn't respect him at all. Okay, Hal's life sucked but at least watching him racewalk was hilarious.
Good dads are role-models with integrity and child-rearing skills. Great dads have a lot of money.
Heathcliff Huxtable brought five children into this world and he could have taken them out. He could have killed his kids but didn't, and, yes, you could argue that's something MOST dads accomplish, but have you seen these kids? Cliff Huxtable is a saint.
Whether or not you agree with the man's style, I think we can all agree we'd kill for a dad with a name as cool as Red Forman: the ultimate everydad, not comfortable unless he's grilling/yelling at something.
Homer Simpson was definitely a dark horse for the title of "Best TV Dad", considering his iconic go-to move when it comes to familial discipline is cutting off the oxygen to his son's brain. Still, we wouldn't have it any other way. Homer is the best dad on television not for his compassion or his devotion, but for the simple fact that he's not even trying, and things are still working out kind of OK. Also, check out those sappy flashback episodes if you love love so much, loser.