Do you know which classic TV dad is your father? It's time to find out. Take these 10 questions and find out just which classic star you could call dad.
START THE QUIZ!
What is your favorite meal of the day?
Any time I'm snacking
What subject did you dread attending the most while in school?
What drink do you reach for after a long day at work?
Scotch on the rocks
Whiskey and coke
A ice cold beer
What do you usually wear around the house?
Tee shirt and shorts
How would you punish your underage kid if they came home drunk?
Ground them for weeks
Take away all electronics
Scream at them
The hangover is punishment enough
What do you typically eat for breakfast?
Eggs and bacon
What would we find in your garage or basement?
A family room
You just found out that your child might be getting bullied at school. How do you handle the situation?
I talk to the principle
I talk to my child about coping skills
I yell at the bully
I talk to the bully's parents
I'm not sure
Describe your style in one word:
What's your favorite family activity?
Going to the beach
Going to the movies
Hanging out at the park
Your TV Dad is Andy Taylor from the "Andy Griffith Show!" Andy is an attentive and loving father who enjoys spending time fishing and hosting family. He is an all around good guy who never fails to do the right thing in any situation.
Your TV Dad is Rob Petrie from the "Dick Van Dyke Show!" Rob is a lovable Dad who can't help but find himself in strange situations every now and then. He is an attentive husband, and loving father, and a hard worker. He's the epitome of the classic 50s and 60s father figure.
Your TV Dad is Mike Brady from "The Brady Bunch!" Mike Brady was level headed, patient, and attentive. He was a gentle giant who always doled out awesome wisdom and showed his amazing ability to multitask at every turn.
Your TV Dad is Howard Cunningham from "Happy Days!" Howard was a hard worker with a sharp biting wit and a hint of cynicism. With an awesome sense of humor, Howard was always cheering on his kids even when they were being knuckleheads.
Your TV Dad is Charles Ingalls from "Little House on the Prairie." Charles is the Dad that can do it all. He is a hard worker who is always striving to provide for his family and make their homestead as comfortable as possible, even in harsh or bleak times. Charles loves his family and would do anything for them.