The Stay-At-Home Dad Launches New Season of Episodes on Atom.com
Monday, October 4, 2010 at 08:15AM
Adam Jones

Ten new episodes are set to roll out exclusively on Atom.com this fall with a cast of hilarious co-stars. The first episode entitled "Eat My Meat" co-starring Julia Haubner as a preachy vegan mom launched on Wednesday the 29th and quickly shot into the Top 5 videos on the site.


The Stay-At-Home Dad is already getting the attention of some of the 'DaddyBlogs'...

DadWagon.com writes, "entertaining stuff for anyone who has ever felt estranged and vaguely emasculated by the pressure of socializing nicely all day in a world of moms. In the vast sewer of shitty dad content out there, The Stay-At-Home Dad stands apart. It makes fun of all the things we as parents are not supposed to talk about. Actually its more of an anti-pc show seen through the eyes of a stay at home dad."

DadLabs.com writes, "I have to say I laughed out loud, but then asked myself should I be laughing. And that's comedy. It makes fun of all the things we as parents are not supposed to talk about. The show has the comedic timing and writing and willingness to make fun of parenting a la 30 rock."

ModernDayDad.com writes, "But best of all, it portrays an At-Home Dad that's neither some sort of lame, emasculated super-Dad, nor a bumbling all-thumbs idiot. The Dad in the show is just kind of a surly a-hole. And although he's certainly not the typical At-Home Dad, he might be that Dad we secretly feel like in the back of our minds...Until they do an episode where it's supposed to be funny because he can't change a diaper, I'm going to give it the thumbs up."

NYCDadsGroup.com writes, "We know there are too many stereotypes out there about Stay-At-Home Dads.  What happens when a humorous stay-at-home dad decides to create a comedy to poke fun at the role? Well, you might agree that you shouldn't like these video clips...but, come on, they are really hilarious!"

We have a lot more where that came from. The Stay-At-Home Dad is just gettin' warmed up.

 



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