What is a father? Is he your neighbor, your hero, or your Mr. Mom that can do the dishes and kick a football? He's all of those things. But he's mostly your pal. He trusts in himself and to his family to keep them safe and to make sure that this is home. He'll make sure to keep you on track of school, he'll protect you from any threat of any kind, and he'll help you through the struggles and have your life joyous as can be, that we are free to live, laugh, and love. Once you've grown up, you'll realized now why your father does these things. It's because he cares. He cares about the people that he is around with. He wants to make sure that you're life is complete and that you can follow his path with a life of your own. He'll be there for you no matter what the cost or sacrifice maybe. He knows that we, the children of tomorrow, have courage, loyalty, and respect. All because he taught us this. He taught us to understand the world, just like he understands it from his father to his father's father, and to the fathers' before them. And once you see him again, you'll tell him that you're grateful for having him, for helping you understand who you are and where you belong. To tell him that you love him. And he's know that deep down he'll love you back, hoping to hold back the tears. So what's a father again? That's for you to know.
Guys i gotta say a young successful tech mogul that falls prey to capitalistic ideation and technological advancement for personal gain and not advancement of society as a whole who realizes his mistakes too late but still explicitly acknowledges that what he did was wrong and why he was wrong and points out the inherent destruction of privacy due to technology and marketing and is voiced by eric andre really has me goin i mean that alone restores my faith in animated Hollywood