7 rules dating my teenage daughter cast
Just to prepare you all, here are eight of the most cringe-worthy moments from it; watch the whole video below.
Plus, on top of everything else it gives terrible advice.Having any kind of talk about sex with your parents can be awkward, to say the least. In the video, entitled "7 Simple Rules For Dating My Christian Daughter," we see a Christian dad laying down the law — though actually his rules seem to be more for his teenage daughter and for teenagers everywhere, rather than aimed at any boys who might want to date her.But still, at least be grateful that none of your conversations were as awkward as this vintage sex talk by a Christian dad that's been recently unearthed. And it would definitely be boys, since naturally LGBT pairings don't even figure into this guy's dating ideas.This is fine with me as long as it is okay with my daughter. As you stand in my front hallway, waiting for my daughter to appear, and more than an hour goes by, do not sigh and fidget.Otherwise, once you have gone out with my little girl, you will continue to date no one but her until she is finished with you. If you want to be on time for the movie, you should not be dating.Okay, in all seriousness, this time, he's just spouted a whole bunch of creeper stuff that shows minimal understanding of choice and healthy sexuality...
and now he's talking about how he thinks she's ready to date, creeper smile fully in place and his hand on her knee.
8 Simple Rules For Dating My Teenage Daughter was a 30 minute comedy series on ABC that began as the typical mom, dad, and kids sitcom which followed the often comical trial and tribulations of family relationships and also followed the individuals into their separate lives and friendships. Prior to episode #35, "What Dad Would Want", the series had been titled, "8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter".
Then John Ritter ("Three's Company" and "Three's a Crowd") passed away suddenly. Due to Ritter's passing, the title was shortened to "8 Simple Rules". You may glance at her, so long as you do not peer at anything below her neck.
but let's face it: No child has ever uttered this sentence in the history of the unscripted world. Since when is finding someone attractive a bad thing that people have to apologize for?
This is basically telling kids that sexuality is inherently bad and that you shouldn't encourage anyone to have sexual feelings — including yourself — ever.
Widowed mom Cate Hennessy raises three teens in this sitcom, which shifted focus in 2003 following the sudden death of its star, John Ritter, just before the start of its second season.