Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles your show. You voice the father on the show. It's an animated show and F is for family. You voice the father. Is it based on your real dad? Parts of it are based on my dad. I wanted my dad and everybody be able to sit down and watch it without, you know, being Oh, my God, you put all our dirty laundry out there. But like, there's certain things like that. The catchphrase, uh, I'll put you through that F ing wall that that was my dad. He definitely said that. He would say, I'll put through Unefon wall, right? No, you don't. Not that I'll put you that wall. He said at one time, when we were outside, which was hilarious, he pointed at the woods. He was just so used to saying it. And we're sitting there like snicker and laughing like there's no wall, Dad, you need a grandpa. Yeah. Do I need a grandpa? Yeah. Oh, good. I'm available. A It would be a grandfather. It would have been nice to have somebody, Maura little, you know, show. You know, singing and dancing around keep everybody in decent movie. Your dad wasn't dancing in the kitchen and stuff? No, we had a, uh I've described my family, the people. They said it sounded like Lord of the Flies. It was basically my older brother Beat the crap out of me every day. And then I beat the crap out of my little brothers. I would like practice on them to try to be able to beat him. But he always had, like, the psychological advantage because he beat me for, like, decades. So by the time I would get on top winning, it just felt weird, and I would get all psyched out, and then he'd get on top of me. I'm like, Oh, yeah, this is familiar. And I just cover up Bill, You're my favorite guest on the holidays. Uh, did your dad have a sense of humor? Does he have a sense of humor? He definitely had a Yeah, he had. Okay, this is a good example. His sense of humor. One time we had a day off from school. Just one of those random Wednesday's parent teacher thing. Nobody showing up all the adults of booze. And Tuesday night, that's basically what's going down. So we didn't have schools. So We were excited and my dad came home. Saw this all excited like what you jumping around for? Like, Oh, we don't have any school tomorrow. We don't Any school is great. We have to do the homework and he goes, Oh, you got school. We like No, no, the teacher said, We don't have school. And he goes, No, I just heard it on the radio driving home. They switched it. You have to go to school. So, like what? A rip off? So we went upstairs. We did our homework. He didn't say anything. We went to bed. We got up the next day like a quarter to six to do our paper routes, right? He doesn't say a word. We breakfast doesn't say a word. We go out to go to the bus stop, doesn't say a word. Finally, he gets in his car. He drives down the end of the driveway, rolls down his window, stuck his head out the window, wave to us and drove toe work on left us standing there waiting for the bus and bus Ever come. No, it didn't. We stood out there for, like, an hour looking like idiots. The bird boys just standing there. Then finally somebody drove up the streets. Somebody's mom was looking at this going. What do you guys doing? Look, wait for the book. She's like, There's no school like, Oh, my dad said there was score. E was the first time I ever called him an asshole.