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June 16, 2024 35 mins

In a special Father's Day episode of Sibling Revelry, Oliver is joined by his own kids who have lots to say about their dear dad!
Plus, a shout out to his two dads, his father-in-law, and all the father figures out there!  Happy Father's Day!

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Speaker 1 (00:05):

Speaker 2 (00:05):
I am Kate Hudson and my name is Oliver Hudts.

Speaker 3 (00:08):
We wanted to do something that highlighted our relationship.

Speaker 2 (00:11):
And what it's like to be siblings.

Speaker 4 (00:19):
We are a sibling.

Speaker 2 (00:20):

Speaker 1 (00:21):
No, no, sibling, don't do that with your mouth, revelry.

Speaker 5 (00:33):
That's good.

Speaker 2 (00:37):
I'm gonna start this episode off by singing a little song,
and those of you who know it please sing along.

Speaker 6 (00:46):
And the Cats and the Cradle and the Seals Spoon,
A little Boy Blue and the Man in the Moon.
When you're coming home, dad, I don't know when, but
we'll get together then, yes and no, we'll have a
good time. When my son came home just the other
day and he went to.

Speaker 2 (01:04):
The schools in the usual way, there were bills to
pay and bills to pay. He learned how to walk
while I was away.

Speaker 6 (01:12):
He said, Dad, yo, fucker, let me borrow the corkies.

Speaker 2 (01:15):
I see you, lady, let me have them, please, And the.

Speaker 4 (01:18):
Cats and Griddle in the Silver Spoon, A little Boy
Blue and the Man in the Moon. When you're coming home, Dad,
I don't know when, will thee then?

Speaker 6 (01:29):
Yeah? And all other good dad.

Speaker 2 (01:33):
Dead man. Okay, there you go. That song is honoring
Father's Day to his Father's Day. It is a special
day for us papa's. I have never had a more fulfilling, joyful, insane,

emotional experience in my life other than being a father.
That is number one for me. It is my priority.
I feel like I could be I would have been
like George Clooney if I didn't have kids, but I
dedicated everything to them. Sometimes I say that as an excuse,

meaning maybe I'm just lazy and like to enjoy my
life and don't work as hard as I can, and
then I blame my kids. I'm like, oh, I'm a dad,
and I have to focus and prioritize that. So there's
maybe a percentage there, But for the most part, my
kids or everything. I think it's our true legacy that
we leave behind awards, money, fame, whatever the fuck it is.

You know, all those things go away. I mean, your
children are the ones that carry you on, essentially, the
things that you impart, the wisdom, the bad shit too.
By the way, let's not get all positive. I've always
said this, it's not about if we screw up our kids.
It's to what degree, But it is our true legacy, good, bad,

or indifferent. That's what we leave behind, so we might
as well do the best that we can. I try
to do the best that I can. Certainly I fail,
and certainly I succeed. I don't know. We'll see, only
time will tell. Once your kids are having relationships and jobs,
you know, then you'll start to sort of see how
you fuck them up. It's you know, when they're in love,

or when they're faced, when they face some sort of
an obstacle, you know, or when Donut, Oh my god,
Speaking of being a father, I swear to God being
a father's the two dogs is worse. Not that being
a dad is bad, it's harder in raising children. I
have a bulldog named Donut, and I have a GSP,

a German shortter pointer named Bronco. Bronco is the smartest
thing I've ever known. Donut is a complete dummy. All
he knows how to do is flip his bowl when
he's hungry or thirsty, and the fucking dog is hungry.
It's twelve hours a day, so my life i'm home
consists of just hearing bowls flipping everywhere. Anyway, I digress.

So yes, I had an interesting situation growing up, as
many of you already know who have listened to this podcast.
My dad and I now are on really good terms.
It's been amazing sort of a reconciliation, getting to know
him in my later years, getting to know my brothers

and sisters again, hanging out with another with with with
another brother, and then my nephew, and there's just been
a really cool resurgence and a reconnection of the Hudson clan.
And I'm extremely grateful for that because you know, at
the end of the day, we're all going to be

a ball of fire at some point, so on not reconcile. Obviously,
there are probably things in life that you cannot, but
with me specifically personally, I'm glad that I did. And yeah,
I love you Papa, love you Dad, Bill. And then

of course there's Kurt Man. I'm not going to get
too crazy because I'll start too late. I get a
little a little emotional man, because Kurt he is He
raised me man like I am the man that I
am today because of him. Donut, I'm trying to.

Speaker 6 (05:38):

Speaker 7 (05:41):
You know.

Speaker 2 (05:42):
He stepped in when I was six years old, never
tried to overstep, never try to be anything that he
wasn't and he just let us be us. He taught
me what it was like to be alone and be
okay with it, to find my own independence, to not
be such a mama's boy. He taught me I had

a hunt. He taught me I had a fish, which
is my true passion. But shout out to my dad too, Bill.
He really, actually Kurt taught me how to fly fish.
My dad really instilled. Bill instilled that that passion for
fishing and boating and being on the ocean. He had
a boat and I used to fish with them all

the time. And I'm excited to fish with with my
dad again too. Anyway, So there was a lot that
both of these men gave me, and I am honestly
and truly grateful for both of them equally, and I
love the shit out of them. And and now I

am that man. Now I am a father myself. So
this episode is guest lists, but not really. It's gonna
be a little bit different. Okay, I'm in my house
right now, literally packing and preparing to leave in an

hour and a half. We're actually as a family going
on vacation. So it's chaos. But I really wanted to
get a Father's day episode in I thought it was important.
I got cut off by Donut. I was on a roll.
I was getting emotional and Donut sort of flipping his
bowl and took me out of took me out of
my process. I feel like I cut off a cut
short a little bit with Kurt. And we call him

Paw by the way, in case you don't know, he said,
we don't. I don't want to be called Kurt. I
don't want to be called dad because you have a dad.
You know, we need to come up with the name,
and you know, we collectively came.

Speaker 5 (07:41):
Up with paw.

Speaker 2 (07:45):
Are you shitting me? Donut? Okay? Anyway, So here's how
this is going to go. I am going to go remote.
I'm going to walk around my house while my kids
are getting ready and packing, and I am going to
do interviews with them. M sound quality. I can't promise

you anything, but I don't know. We'll see what happens.
This should be interesting. Donut is currently looking at me like,
where the hell's my water? Don't it? You're gonna have
to wait, buddy, you hear me? Hey, look who walked in? Body? Hudson,
my middle child. He's fourteen years old. He just walked

into the kitchen. So you're the first up. So we're
gonna do I'm I'm gonna interview you as fathers. This
is for a Father's Day episode scale of one to ten.
How would you rate me honestly as a father? Given
you know your friend's dads and you know because you
know different dads and stuff, right, so how would you

rate me ten? Like? For real?

Speaker 7 (08:51):

Speaker 2 (08:53):
What are the things that I would have to work on?
Do you think as a dad? Be honest? Like, this
is real? This isn't like don't be you know, no,
don't don't try to be funny and bullshit. M wow,
I guess that's nothing.

Speaker 7 (09:13):
I can't think of anything.

Speaker 2 (09:16):
Okay, this is going great? All right, Well, what are
some of the things that uh, what are some of
the things that you think are positives?

Speaker 8 (09:29):
You are very like not like kid like, but like
you're not like one of those like weird strict dads.
That's like okay, like some like you have a curfew
of none you have to get home by this this
that it's like call me served.

Speaker 7 (09:46):
And stuff like that. And I like how much you
love us?

Speaker 2 (09:55):
And do you feel like I ever give you too
much freedom?

Speaker 7 (10:02):
No? No, I think you give us the perfect amount.

Speaker 2 (10:06):
I think do you feel like I'm strict enough? Meaning
sometimes I feel like I don't get on your ass enough.
I don't say no enough. I'm always giving in. It's like,
come on, dad, like I lost my my, I lost
my you know, AirPods seventeen times? You know, not true? Yes,
he went and bought more air pods today with his

own money. With his own money. By the way, because
these kids now have a situation where there's an allowance
and they anyway, it's a whole other deal. My daughter
just walked in Rio Hudson. We are on the fly

here at a sibling revelry on the Father's Day episode.
What do you want?

Speaker 9 (10:53):
I want toast?

Speaker 2 (10:54):
Can you make toast yourself?

Speaker 5 (10:56):

Speaker 10 (10:57):
I can't.

Speaker 2 (10:58):
You know how to make toast.

Speaker 10 (10:59):
I know how to make toast. But like I need
to pack some more.

Speaker 2 (11:03):
Okay, But I'm as you can see, I'm doing this
this episode right now. But hold on, I have to
interview you. I might come back to you in a minute.
So why, I asked Bothy, But what a scale of
one to ten? What kind of a dad? Am I?
And but don't just say ten? If you think I'm
a ten. Great, But if you think I'm eight, things
I can do better?

Speaker 10 (11:25):
I think you're like a nine because like you're just
like funny and like I like, like we have lots
of things in common.

Speaker 2 (11:38):
And what do we have in common?

Speaker 10 (11:41):
Well, we just like our personalities are the same.

Speaker 2 (11:43):
And like, yeah, okay, and then what are some of
the things that you think I could be better at
as a dad?

Speaker 10 (11:52):
Maybe like working on your farts a little more, just
kind of like dive.

Speaker 2 (12:00):
It down a little more, dial it down.

Speaker 10 (12:02):
Yeah, because they're not just like you have to work
on them, like, they're not.

Speaker 2 (12:06):
Like, Okay, do you know who else has to work
on their parts? Who guests me? Yeah? Your parts stink.
Millions of people are going to hear this. By the
way you brought this up. Mine might be loud, but
yours can kill human life.

Speaker 10 (12:26):
Yeah, and that's my superpower.

Speaker 2 (12:27):
Okay, No, i'mn for real. You gotta watch what you're eating.

Speaker 10 (12:31):
Well, I eat healthy?

Speaker 2 (12:33):
Okay, you don't, Okay, going into you're going into fifth grade? Right,
I have a question as a ten year old girl,
she's making toasts as a ten year old girl sort
of growing up with friends and boys and girls and
all that, Like what do you find is sort of

the most difficult part of your social life? Like what
are things that sort of be like, oh god, I
wish this was different.

Speaker 10 (13:04):
Maybe, like just like I don't know, making new friends
like is kind of hard. Like I still got my
like like like my trio and like friends and stuff
like my close friends. And then I also have like
like other friends that like I talk to and stuff
in like I don't know, yeah.

Speaker 2 (13:26):
Do you you're not a mean girl? No?

Speaker 7 (13:29):

Speaker 2 (13:30):
Do you know any mean girls?

Speaker 7 (13:31):

Speaker 2 (13:33):
And how do you handle that? Like let's just say
you're the group of friends and maybe a mean girls
in your group of friends, or a mean girl says
something to one of your friends, Like how do you
deal with that? As like a ten year.

Speaker 10 (13:44):
Old, Well, I mean I always be like a leader,
and like I always like attract people to like like
be like nice and stuff.

Speaker 2 (13:58):
Would you ever call anyone out like hey, you know that's.

Speaker 10 (14:01):
Not a and I'm like more of like a matured
ten year old and like I like like.

Speaker 2 (14:07):
Yeah, okay, this is good. And then what do you
want to be when you grow up?

Speaker 10 (14:14):
I want to be fashion designer, a model, a actor,
and singer.

Speaker 2 (14:20):
Okay, well, good luck with your toast. On to go
find your brother. I might come back to you in
a little bit. So it's harder to interview your kids
than I thought. Like you, they don't have a lot
going on, you know. I go from sort of you know,
neuroscientists and sex therapists and you know musicians and actors

who have full lives, to these seeds of mine who
haven't had a lot of life experience. Maybe go I'm remote,
I'm moving upstairs. We've got some chaos in the house.
My wife is walking around in a shirt and a
g string in front of the kids. But that's how

we roll in the Hudson house, walking into the bathroom,
my oldest son, Wilder Wilder shaving before we get on
the airplane. So quick question. I've asked the kids a
few questions. Why is face care the most important thing

to you probably in the world. Well, it's something that
you know, I'm sort of joking with sort of not.
I mean, this kid and his face care is unmatched.
So ask me the question again, what's up? There? You

go everythadies and gentlemen, sixty the question again, what's up?

Speaker 10 (16:02):

Speaker 6 (16:03):

Speaker 2 (16:03):
Why do you care about your face so much? Why
you are you? Do you consider yourself vain? Vain? I
don't know what vain means. Oh my god, it's education.
Take care of it so much because.

Speaker 7 (16:19):
I think it makes me more appealing and more attractive.

Speaker 2 (16:22):
Okay, So on a scale of one to ten, I'm
asked both the kids this, right, what do you how
do you think of me as like a father? And
don't you say ten? Or don't say one? Like, really
think about it. Use your friends dad's as a potential
example of other fathers. Like where where? Where? Where do
I stand?

Speaker 7 (16:42):
We'll give you like a solid like.

Speaker 2 (16:47):
Seven o seven, I'd say, like a good looking What
are some things that I could do better? Uh? I
honestly don't even know. Okay, oh my godewing Interviewing these

children and now they're all surrounding me, Interviewing these children's
is not an easy task. I will say this, all right,
I guess I want to move to body. So having
an older brother, this is body Hudson, by the way,
who is put his new sunglasses on and is preening
in the mirror. So let me ask you a question.

Being sort of the middle kid, does that have any
significance to you at all. Do you feel like a
middle child?

Speaker 8 (17:40):
Yeah, I mean.

Speaker 2 (17:43):
It just feels like do you feel like you're paid
attention to enough?

Speaker 7 (17:49):

Speaker 2 (17:50):
I think.

Speaker 8 (17:52):
Rio there's a lot of attention being the youngest, and
while wlder Wather gets uh waltherer gets a good amount
of attention to right now.

Speaker 7 (18:09):
Because he's like, you know, like sixteen and like in
those like years.

Speaker 2 (18:14):
Do you feel like you're just forgotten?

Speaker 5 (18:17):

Speaker 2 (18:18):
No, you don't. So what about what about having an
older brother? You know, you've had an interesting situation because
you've only made your own friends in the last like
two and a half three years, meaning Wilder's friends were
always your friends and they still are. Do you answer

this honestly? Do you look up to your brother Wilder Hudson?
What does that mean?

Speaker 3 (18:49):

Speaker 2 (18:49):
Do you see his style? Do you watch how he rolls?
Do you secretly when you're in your room think he's cool?
I want to be like him?

Speaker 8 (19:00):
Uh no? No, uh no, I don't. I don't like
look at like how he like dresses and stuff. I
don't like try to like copy him.

Speaker 2 (19:10):
Does he influence you?

Speaker 7 (19:11):
Though, not like physically, he doesn't like influence.

Speaker 8 (19:18):
Me like.

Speaker 2 (19:21):
Real it's not your turn.

Speaker 8 (19:23):
No, he doesn't like influence me, like in a like
physical way. I'm not like I don't know, like copy
him and do his clothes and like stuff like that.

Speaker 2 (19:34):
Do you ever wish that he treats He seems like.

Speaker 7 (19:36):
A guideline to what like I should do?

Speaker 2 (19:39):
Got it? Do you do you wish he treated you
differently or better?

Speaker 7 (19:46):
Or no?

Speaker 2 (19:49):
No? No no? Would you consider him one of your
best friends?

Speaker 8 (19:55):

Speaker 2 (19:56):
Okay, moving on to Wilder Wilder, would you consider both?
Are you one of your best friends? I don't know,
don't be an idiot? Does be normal? Huh? Yeah? You do? Real?
How do you feel about your brothers? Honestly? Like, I

know that sometimes you get upset with them, you can
scream at them. Let's start with the oldest Wilder, Like,
how do you feel about Wilder? What do you love
about him? What do you think he could do differently
with you? Specifically?

Speaker 10 (20:32):

Speaker 9 (20:33):
I think.

Speaker 10 (20:35):
He I like I look up to Wilder since he's
like the oldest and stuff, and like I think he's
like not that mature anymore, because like he just like
doesn't take care of like his like if like we're
in a hurry, then like he he's like he's like

takes his own time, and when we're and when he's
in a hurry, he doesn't take this time.

Speaker 2 (21:00):
And basically, like what you're saying is is he all
he cares about is himself? Yeah?

Speaker 10 (21:07):
And also he he just like he doesn't take care
of his responsibilities. And also like he it's one time,
like I had a Christmas tree in my room and
he just kept stealing it. And I don't know why
he still did that because it's just a Christmas tree

and it's kind of crazy how he just did that
and like didn't get his own, and like it's just kind.

Speaker 2 (21:34):
Of crazy, right, meaning he yeah, I remember that. Actually,
I was like, Wilder, what do you do? Why are
you taking her Christmas tree? She decorated it, she put
the lights on. It was like a little fake plastic one.
And his response to me was in all seriousness that
without any sort of there was no irony. I said,
why did you why do you? Why did you steal

her Christmas tree? And he goes, because I wanted it?
What so you want something and you're just gonna take it? Okay?
What about body? Well?

Speaker 10 (22:09):
I steal lots of Bodie's clothes.

Speaker 9 (22:13):
And I really look up to his style like a lot.

Speaker 2 (22:19):
And you guys used to be really tight. Do you
still find that you're super close?

Speaker 8 (22:25):

Speaker 10 (22:26):
When he was younger and I was like a baby,
she really used to annoy me like a lot.

Speaker 5 (22:31):
I got really mad.

Speaker 2 (22:32):
Okay, we're gonna move on from me because you're eating
toast and I think half of the audience just threw up.
Look who is here?

Speaker 10 (22:50):

Speaker 2 (22:50):
We have Pearl, who is Wilder's girlfriend for over a
year and a half now, and Wilder is not in
the room, so we can get some insight information. This
is our Father's Day episode. So Pearl, let me ask
a question. And for real, does wild ever talk about

me specifically, like when I'm not in here being an idiot?
I mean, I.

Speaker 9 (23:17):
Don't think that he takes time out of his day
to like go on a rant about you, but I
think there are times where something that has to do
with you will be brought up or like some sort
of trait and he'll be like, oh, yeah, my dad
does that, or like's not It's never insanely negative unless
he's like he's being so annoying right now?

Speaker 2 (23:38):
What what are do you have anything specific? Where he
might say, oh, he's being so annoying right now.

Speaker 5 (23:43):
I think so.

Speaker 9 (23:44):
I think like if you're ever mad at him, or
if you're not letting him do something, he'll be like, oh,
so annoying. But that's like rare, it's.

Speaker 5 (23:53):
Not that much.

Speaker 2 (23:54):
How do you think Do you think he respects me,
looks up to me, and wants to one day be
like me. I think he does.

Speaker 9 (24:05):
I just don't think he wants to show it to you,
because I think he wants to seem like he I
don't know.

Speaker 2 (24:12):
How to like. I know that he's sort of separating
from his dad a little bit. How's he as a boyfriend?

Speaker 5 (24:18):
He's great?

Speaker 2 (24:19):
What's the worst quality as a boyfriend? It's yeah, let's
start with bad, then we'll go to good. Like what
is it about Wilder? We're like, god, damn, Like you're great,
but if there's this one thing, if you could just
change that.

Speaker 9 (24:32):
He doesn't really have a sense of urgency that much,
like I have the biggest sense of urgency, So it
might just be me like being impatient. But sometimes I'll
be like okay, like I'm so hungry, let's go, and
I'll be like, wait, I need a shower.

Speaker 2 (24:47):
First, dude, this is the consensus of Wilder Rio just
said the same thing. He has no sense of urgency.
He has no hustle that I'm not sure we'll ever change.
And then what's one of the great things about him?

Speaker 9 (25:00):
I think just that he's really compassionate, Like he really
cares about how I feel in all situations. So I
think that's his best. And that he's really clean, that's
definitely a plus. Like it can be annoying because like
he has this schedule where if something interferes with like
how his room will look or whatever, But like overall,

it's good, it's true.

Speaker 2 (25:22):
All right, I'm gonna let you go. But one thing
I know, I know Pearl's dad well, and he might
be listening to this, and if he isn't, I'm gonna
make him. We'll do the same thing with your dad.
If you could change one thing for him to be
just a better dad, what would it be.

Speaker 9 (25:40):
Maybe less sense of urgency. I think I get my
sense of urgency from my dad. But sometimes it's like insane,
like he needs to be not I mean not all
the time, but like he just wants everything to be
super literal, like he wants to know exactly the plan
ahead of time everything, which I want to know too,

but his is more of an extreme version of it.
So like I guess that, but it's not really that big.

Speaker 2 (26:06):
And then what's the best what's the greatest thing?

Speaker 9 (26:08):
I think just that he's so like easy, like he's
so like fun to hang out with and like easy
to talk to and like chill and we don't fight,
like really.

Speaker 2 (26:18):
So great. There we go. Hi, buddy, I need socks.
This is the other thing that I have a gripe about.
By the way, now that we're doing this remote sort
of walk walk around the kids, the boys steal all
my clothes. My socks are gone. You have How do

you not have socks? I mean to pack or to wear?
You're wearing socks. You're fine, buddy, You're fine. You got socks.
Let me ask you a question. Body, do you admit
that you misplaced and lose things?

Speaker 7 (26:58):

Speaker 2 (26:59):
No, it is not.

Speaker 7 (27:00):
I mean, I never mean who's losing these things? It's okay,
my clothes, air pots, everything, all of it. It's never me,
it's other people.

Speaker 2 (27:12):
Do you would you agree that when you lose something
and I look for it within thirty seconds to three
minutes I find be honest, yes.

Speaker 8 (27:21):
One hundred percent you find it. But that's because you
have like some weird echo location, like it's.

Speaker 2 (27:26):
It's not like no, Okay, hold on, boys, Camra, I
got some stuff. Hold on, The boys are here right now.
Wilder just got to the shower. He's got a towel
around his waist. They're both trying to get pumped. They're
both eating creatine, which I don't understand. Who is more
jacked me?

Speaker 7 (27:44):
It's obviously Booty.

Speaker 2 (27:45):
You're thirteen.

Speaker 8 (27:46):
I haven't even worked out in like a week's two
weeks because I like dislocated.

Speaker 7 (27:51):
I'm still I'm still.

Speaker 2 (27:54):
Oh god, okay negative? Aura? Is that a TikTok thing? Aura? Really?

Speaker 5 (28:07):
All right?

Speaker 2 (28:07):
Well? I love you guys, I love you so much.
This was a It's not very fascinating. I didn't really
get to get into the details and the depths of
how you feel about your father. One more question. Do
you want to be a mom when you grow up
a mom? Do you want to be a mother?

Speaker 8 (28:25):

Speaker 2 (28:25):
How many kids?

Speaker 8 (28:26):

Speaker 2 (28:27):
But do you want to be a father when you
grow up? Yes? How many children?

Speaker 7 (28:31):
Two boys? One girl?

Speaker 2 (28:33):
Okay, moving on to Wilder. Wilder do you want to
be a dad when you grow up. I do want
to be a d How many kids? Three? Boom? Okay, well,
I guess there's only one last person to interview. That's
my wife, Erin. Hey, how are you? She's not good,

she's been pack mode. She just get her head boom. Focus,
not bother her. You cannot bug her. How's your stress?

Speaker 5 (29:03):
Them? Extremely it's hard with ADHD or ad whatever the
hell I have, but it's a lot.

Speaker 2 (29:13):
I want you to talk about your dad for a minute.

Speaker 5 (29:21):
The US Open, Yeah, that's what we're gonna say.

Speaker 2 (29:25):
No, I mean we can talk about the US Open.
Who's your favorite tiger? No, babe?

Speaker 8 (29:31):
All right?

Speaker 2 (29:31):
Moving on? I know I could ask about myself. You're
I know you're gonna say you're an incredible dad. I mean,
I get all that right, everyone knows what you're gonna say.

Speaker 5 (29:43):
You need to clip your toenails before we move forward.

Speaker 2 (29:46):
Aaron has a toenail issue. So talk about your dad
at the age of seventy eight, what he's meant to you,
what he means to you, and the fact that we
don't have a lot of time.

Speaker 5 (30:00):
Left, Like with the podcast, No to be with your
father seventy eight years. Well, babe, that's pretty morbid. I
was going to start crying before you anything. But no,
I think basically he is the greatest dad to ever live,
you know that. And I wouldn't, you know, be the

person I am without him. He's like, you know, instead
of like, oh the half you know, the glasses half full,
it's like overflowing. He's the most positive person in the world.
You know, something could be terrible, his arm could be
to capitate and be like, it's just a scratch, pal
It's okay. But yeah, he's the best. He's the best

husband and dad, you know, even before you Okay, just kidding,
I love your dad.

Speaker 2 (30:56):
What do you think you'll remember most about him when
he's gone his But babe, what the fuck.

Speaker 5 (31:06):
What? I'm in pack mode. So I'm going to keep
it like super straight. I Am going to miss his positivity,
him thinking I'm basically, you know, the most beautiful girl
in the whole world, the most amazing person on the planet.

Speaker 3 (31:23):
He's my biggest you know fan, so and just his
positivity and his crazy funny sense of humor and his
love of snacks and Jesus kind of cold beer.

Speaker 2 (31:39):
Okay, Brooks. I love you too as my father as
well my father in law. He's one of the greats.
He's healthy and it's going to live till he's one
hundred and fifty years old. But you know, I'm just
trying to get Aaron to cry. Uh okay, one more
question about your dad. Do you think the rumor of
the small penis is true? Or is this just something

that he Where did this whole thing come up? You
know what I mean? Since I've known you, it's like
small penis stuff.

Speaker 5 (32:09):
Well, he's the one always making jokes about it, not me.
Weird his dinky do is that what you're calling it?

Speaker 2 (32:22):
I think he called it his dinky do?

Speaker 5 (32:24):
Oh he did not, that's completely.

Speaker 2 (32:27):
He's like, hey, pal, I can't see my dinky do
over my belly.

Speaker 5 (32:30):
He's from New York.

Speaker 2 (32:31):
Now, I don't know. Okay, I'm sorry. All right, I'm
going back downstairs. I think I have done it. I
have no idea if this is interesting or not interesting.
But we just did a tour, an upstairs tour of
the family, A little rushed, not sure how much insight

you have gotten into my world prior to travel. I'm exhausted,
I am exhausted, no matter twenty minutes walking around trying
to get stuff out of these children. So I guess

the net net of it all is I am loved
as a father, and I've got nines and tens. All
my kids want kids, they want three kids. I guess
you want what you grew up with, and that's that. Anyway,

it's a fun day. I hope all y'all have an
amazing day. All the dads, all the non dads, you know,
we're all we're all dads to something. But it's a
day to be celebrated. Times. I think dads don't get
enough credit, you know. I think we're changing that. I

think in this day and age, things have shifted a
little bit, at least in my world, you know, with
my friends, you know, very hands on. I think we're
our eq, our emotional quotion to sort of risen. You know.

I think we've become a little more vulnerable in the
best possible way. I think vulnerability is power, Honestly, I do.
And you know, I think dads need an applause today
about that. You know. It's funny because I'm not a celebrator.
I don't celebrate anything. I Father's Day my birthday, I

mean Christmas and stuff. When it's for somebody else, you know,
I'm down, but my own stuff. Like you know, I'm like, Okay,
what do you want to do for Father's Day? I'm like,
whatever you guys want. I mean, usually it's me sitting
on a couch watching the final round of the US Open. Anyway,
I love I love everyone, just generally. I love all
you dads. I love my dad, Love you, Bill, love you, Pa,

love you, Brooks, love you, Wyatt, my brother love you, Danny,
love you, Matt, love you Chris. I love all my friends.
I just love everyone I do. Okay, this is a shorty,
but a goodie and happy Happy Father's Day to all,

and to all a good night.
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