Quotes from TV’s Greatest Dads to Inspire an Unforgettable Father’s Day
Sunday is Father’s Day… you still have a few days to come up with some ideas to celebrate your dad and give him a day to remember. Don’t over-think it – all you need is a little inspiration. We looked to some of TV’s favorite dads – dads who inspired different generations. Some are wise, some are sweet, some are funny; all of them are memorable. And even though they’re only characters, they all have good character. Here are great quotes from TV’s greatest dads to motivate you on your quest to plan an unforgettable Father’s Day.
“It’s always nice to take on the impossible now and again.” –John Walton, Sr. (The Waltons)
“Nothing bad ever comes from telling people how you really feel about them.” –Charles Ingalls (Little House on the Prairie)
“Daylight’s precious when you’re a young’n’.” –Andy Taylor (The Andy Griffith Show)
“It may be debated in religious circles, but there’s no debate in my heart. I know dogs go to heaven.” –Reverend Eric Camden (7th Heaven)
“That’s one of the advantages of being a kid – the biggest problem in your life seldom lasts more than twenty-four hours.” –Ward Cleaver (Leave it to Beaver)
“The love was so right but the timing was so wrong… which may be the corniest thing I’ve ever said to anyone.” –Rick Sammler (Once and Again)
“No 14-year-old boy should have a ninety-five dollar shirt, unless he is on stage with his four brothers!” –Cliff Huxtable (The Cosby Show)
Dads add to our lives to make us better people. They may not all be on TV but they all deserve recognition. Whether you’re close enough to take him out or too far to give him a gift in person, make this Father’s Day one your dad won’t forget.