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Web Site: Fictional TV Dads Seeing Higher Earnings

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The Web site Salary.com calculates the fictitious salaries of various television dad characters, adjusted for inflation. According to the site, today's TV dads earn more than twice as much as their counterparts in the 1950s.



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