11 Really Terrible TV Dads: For Shame, Fathers...

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Not everyone father can make our 11 Totally Rad Dad list. Some can't get anywhere near it, in fact.

Some are simply absentee dads. Others are abusive. While still others could easily be labeled absolute monsters.

So, in honor of Father's Day, we're taking a moment to go in the opposite direction, depicting the kinds of parents most dads should aspire NOT to be.

We're talking drunken liars, power hungry villains and everything in between.

Cast your vote below for the Worst Dad on TV - and if yours didn't make our list, let us know in the Comments!

C. Orlando is a TV Fanatic Staff Writer. Follow her on Twitter.

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While Conrad is a dreadful person, he does love his kids, even the ones that are not his. So I have to choose Tywin Lannister. He's ruthless and puts power ahead of any miniscule love for his children. And the way he treated Tyrion from babyhood on is really criminal! He has to be the absolute worst father!!!

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Of course a female contributor who loved Tara and blamed Jax (& never any if the females on the show) for everything would include him on this list.

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Just to set the record straight, Jax Teller was added to this list by our very male editor, but thanks for sharing your comments.

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