Happy Father’s Day! The Best (Okay, and Worst) Advice from TV Dads

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It’s Father’s Day 2013, which means it’s time to honor dear ol’ Dad. In order for us to do that, we’re getting help from some of television’s most well-known papas. Here’s some of the best (and worst) advice we’ve found from TV’s finest — mainly Modern Family‘s Phil Dunphy:

How to celebrate your big day the right way:

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Nothing is set in stone:

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Making fun of people is actually a good thing:

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Harry Potter euphemisms are the only things that make sense:

Father's Day 2013, Television Dads: Phil Dunphy

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The greatest evil is a sloppy home:

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Forget learning lessons from life; here’s how to teach life a lesson:

Father's Day 2013, Television Dads: Phil Dunphy

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Fierceness starts at an early age:

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Just because you’re family doesn’t always mean automatic invitations:

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Your level of coolness is determined by your Disney Channel knowledge:

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The best parents will, in fact, work it like Beyonce for you:

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    Sammy says:

    Happy Father’s Day!

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