On the very first episode of Father Time, I welcome television icon Jason Alexander (Seinfeld) to talk about balancing fatherhood with sitcom life. Enjoy!
Comedian Josh Wolf (Chelsea Lately) talks about bringing his kids to auditions, meeting single moms, and packing beer in his son’s lunch box.
80’s pop star Richard Marx talks about growing up with a musical father, working with Lionel Richie, and learning to let kids grow up at their own pace.
Comedian Jay Larson (The Invitation) chats with me about how to discipline your kids, our bartending days, and the cross-generational appeal of fart jokes.
Prolific film, television, and stage actor Orson Bean joins me to discuss his marriages, being a single dad on Broadway, and finding religion later in life.
Actor Joel Murray talks to me about being the youngest of 9, raising 4 children in modern times, and divine intervention in the midst of an (almost) tragedy.
Today, I talk to my old friend Ralph Garman about our rowdy past, keeping up with kids as an older parent, and dealing with unexpected tragedy.
The Super Troopers themselves, Steve Lemme and Kevin Heffernan, jump in to discuss having 2 vs 3 kids and what to do when puberty hits.
My former MY BOYS cast-mate and VEEP star Reid Scott talks about the experience of live birth, belly buttons, and the dreaded arrival of morning sickness.
On the season finale, Joel McHale and I talk about putting your kid through open heart surgery, seeing your parents naked, and growing up with dyslexia.
You'll know him best as Champ Kind from Anchorman and as Todd Packer from The Office, but now you'll learn how David Koechner is a wonderful father to 5 children!
Neil Olshey's journey to the top of an NBA front office is a great example of "Do What You Love". We contemplate whether "work ethic" is passed on to our children.