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REWIND | LAST WORD Pop Stars Just in time for Father ’ s Day, CBS stars weigh in on the wonders (and woes) of parenthood.

“You’re my son, and I’m proud of you just for that. You do the best you can, and if you do that, that’s all I’ll ever ask of you.”

—Sheriff Andy Taylor (Andy Griffith) to Opie (Ron Howard), The Andy Griffith Show

“I have a mug that actually verifies that I’m the world’s best dad. That’s a mug. That’s not me talking. You can’t just buy those.” Billingsley), Leave It to Beaver “No, just parents with children.” —Ward Cleaver (Hugh Beaumont), Leave It to Beaver “Dear, do you think all parents have this much trouble?” —June Cleaver (Barbara “When people used to show me photos of their kid, I’d be like, ‘Yeah, dude, it’s a kid. I get it. Well done. Loads of people have got them.’ Now, I’m like, ‘Aw.’” —James Corden, The Late Late Show with James Corden “I like giving my perspective as a man and as a father, because fathers can get the hammer knocked down on them.” —Akbar Gbajabiamila, The Talk

“The lesson I want you to learn is: It doesn’t matter what you look like. You can be tall or short or fat or thin or ugly or handsome, like your father, or you can be black or yellow or white. It doesn’t matter. But what does matter is the size of your heart and the strength of your character.” —Herman Munster (Fred Gwynne), The Munsters “Teenagers consider it their job to torture their parents.” —Frank Reagan (Tom Selleck), Blue Bloods “Football’s where I feel closest to Dad.” —Spencer James (Daniel Ezra), All American

—Stephen Colbert, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert

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MAY/JUNE • 2022

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