'Game Of Thrones' Father's Day Greeting: Words Of Wisdom From TV's Worst Dads [VIDEO]

Happy Father's Day From 'Game Of Thrones'
The dads on "Game of Thrones" share some words of wisdom in a special Father's Day video.

Father's Day on "Game of Thrones" must not be so great. In a special "Happy Father's Day" video, the fathers on the HBO hit series express their disappointment with their offspring in a wonderful montage collecting all the best put-downs from the past four seasons.

The fathers on "Game of Thrones" are not happy at all. Robert is disappointed with Joffrey, Roose is not sure if he can trust Ramsay and who can forget the parenting skills of Craster? For "Game of Thrones" Season 4, the relationship between fathers and their children are at an all-time low.

Tywin Lannister lost a grandson, disowned Jaime, believes Cersei is not fit to be the Lannister heir and Tyrion was sentenced to death after trial by combat. Stannis can barely maintain any type of relationship, he's pretty much consumed with gaining what is rightfully his: the Iron Throne. Perhaps the best relationship may be that of Roose and Ramsay, as the latter captured Moat Cailin and was rewarded for his efforts with a proper title. If the Bolton family is an example of a "good" relationship, that tells you how bad things are. Mace Tyrell may be the smartest father on the show, as he differs from his mother, Oleanna Redwynne, the Queen of Thorns.

Many fathers from the show are dead: Ned and Robert Baratheon were killed in Season 1 and, most recently, the Red Viper, Oberyn Martell, was killed in Season 4.

To make Sunday even better, the "Game of Thrones" Season 4 finale airs on HBO at 9 p.m. EDT. Check out the Happy Father's Day video from "Game of Thrones" below. There are also "Game of Thrones" Father's Day E-cards that you can send to your dad!

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