Bruce Banner: Maybe once you were my father. But you're not now and you never will be.
David Banner: Is that so? Well, I got news for you. I didn't come here to see you. I came here to see my son. My real son. The one inside of you. You're nothing but a superficial shell...a husk of flimsy consciousness...ready to be torn off at a moment's notice.
"You are an ill-made, spiteful little creature full of envy, lust, and low cunning. Men's laws give you the right to bear my name and display my colors since I cannot prove that you are not mine. And to teach me humility, the gods have condemned me to watch you waddle about wearing that proud lion that was my father's sigil and his father's before him. But neither gods nor men will ever compel me to let you turn Casterly Rock into your whorehouse. Go, now. Speak no more of your rights to Casterly Rock. Go!"
— Tywin Lannister speaking to Tyrion, Game of Thrones, "Valar Dohaeri
There seems to be a good deal of bitterness in a family that is closer to that of the Louds than to Judge Hardy's. But this is par for the course in the families of celebrities in general, and of politicians in particular. A ballet-dancer son with his mother's nose did not go down well. A daughter who decided to run for the Senate (and support the ERA) did not go down well, either. So in 1982 Ronnie and his brother, Neil, helped to defeat Maureen, which was a pity because she would have been a more honorable public servant than her father.
—Gore Vidal, "Ronnie and Nancy: A Life in Pictures"