'I'll take it all': Pedro Pascal explains what being 'Internet's daddy' means to him

'I'll take it all': Pedro Pascal explains what being 'Internet's daddy' means to him
Pedro Pascal's looks have earned him the title of the Internet's daddy (Jeff Spicer/Getty Images)

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Pedro Pascal made an effort to explain his role as the daddy of the internet. The actor's roles in 'Game of Thrones' and 'The Mandalorian' had generated a flurry of memes and thirst tweets referring to him as the daddy. Since Pascal has been playing significant roles in two ongoing shows, fans' obsession with his appearance has only grown. The actor also stars in HBO's popular video game adaptation 'The Last of Us', in addition to Season 3 of 'The Mandalorian'.


Pascal gave an explanation of what it means to be the ultimate "daddy" while appearing on BBC's 'The Graham Norton Show'.


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'I’ll take it all'

When questioned about the dubious honor, Pascal admitted that he is “still trying to figure it out.” He said, "Me! Uh, internet daddy. I’m still trying to figure it out. I feel like it changes, there’s daddy, there’s zaddy. Zaddy, with a Z. I’ll take it all."



What makes Pascal Internet's daddy?

In addition to Pascal's general appeal to fans, the actor's reputation as the daddy is a result of the various roles he has recently taken on. His looks in 'The Mandalorian' and 'The Last of Us' have continued to woo fans. In the former, the actor plays the titular Mandalorian, who looks for and protects young Grogu. In the latter series, Joel, played by Pascal, is a father to Sarah and also acts as Ellie's substitute parent. The roles have only intensified the internet's obsession with the actor.

That said, one can expect more memes to run galore as a new season of 'The Mandalorian' has now debuted on Disney+. It looks like Pascal's devoted fan base will be kept busy for a while.

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