Father's Day Countdown: Cinema's 10 Moistest Dads - #6

Here at Wordcream Industries, we believe there is only one perfect Father's Day gift, and giving anything else should get you disowned immediately.

That gift, of course, is our signature Moist Dad Squad T-Shirt, currently 10% off until Father's Day with discount code MOISTDAD.

To honor the occasion, we're counting down the 10 Moistest Dads in Cinema History every day until then. You can see previous entries here:

#10   #9   #8   #7

#6 - Steve Zissou

As seen in: The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou

What makes him Moist: All those underwater filmos he keeps making. Also, according to this typo I am about to make, the movie was directed by Wet Anderson.

What makes him A Dad: Steve's journey puts him in contact with Ned Plimpton, a man who believes himself to be Steve Zissou's son, and with whom he struggles to form a relationship. Just as they are beginning to create an understanding, however, two things happen. Steve finds out he is sterile, and could not possibly be the biodad, and Ned dies in a helicopter mishap. 

Why he falls short of being the Moistest Dad: Basically, he overloads the moist side of the equation, and falls behind in dadness, but this scene below is enough to shore up his batting average, and put him solidly in the middle of the pack:

Keep following this space to see where the countdown ends up, and comment below to tell us your favorite moist dad movies! #5 tomorrow!

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