Bill Cosby is taking his role as “America’s Dad” seriously in prison, where he is speaking to his fellow inmates in a fatherly way.

According to TMZ, the disgraced comedian is giving out parenting and life advice in four lectures a week to as many as 100 prisoners through the group Man Up. Man Up is dedicated to helping prisoners prepare for parole with life lessons that help to prevent them from returning to prison again in the future.

Cosby’s rep, Andrew Wyatt told the news outlet that Cosby has been performing the lectures for about three months now, using an approach that tells prisoners to lead by example for their children and start the re-bonding process as soon as they are reunited with their family.

“These are the types of men he has wanted to get his messages across to for years, and now he has a totally captive audience,” Wyatt said.

In addition, Cosby speaks to the inmates about finding a job after prison, interviewing techniques, and tips to avoid substance abuse, the news outlet said. The lectures are reportedly working for the inmates as Cosby has been known to infuse his comedy into the presentation, which may make it easier for the prisoners to digest.

Cosby was sentenced to three to 10 years in at the Phoenix-SCI prison in Pennsylvania for the drugging and sexual assault of Andrea Constand.