My Dad the Rock Star (2003-2005) was an animated television series created by KISS member Gene Simmons, and produced by Canadian company Nelvana. The show is about William "Willy" Zilla, a 14-year old boy just trying to be normal despite being the son of Rock Zilla, a Hot-BloodedRock Star.
Berserk Button: Willy can usually take comments about his family in stride, as he knows they're pretty weird. But he flipped on the D'Angelos for insinuating that his parents must be horrible parents (especially for essentially calling his mother a gold digging tramp).
And then there was the time Rock came out with his new single, "Rulebreaker". The Moral Guardians flip out and vilify Rock in the media, thinking that he's encouraging rampant chaos and destruction. Willy gets a lot of grief about it at school, until he finally explodes and sets the record straight on what Rock was really trying to criticize, namely stifling, oppressive rules that don't make any sense.
In both Spanish dubs (Venezuela and Madrid), Willy is Jimmy Two-Shoes. Likewise, in Spain and France, he's Sokka.
Homeschooled Kids: Willy and Serenity before their parents moved into Silent Springs.
I Am Not My Father: Willy spends a lot of his time, especially in earlier episodes, trying to convince people that he's "just Willy" and not that much like his parents' weirder qualities. On the other hand, he knows that his parents are Good Parents and genuinely good people and will angrily point this out to people who just assume they're horrid.
In the Blood: Will is a good musician, he just prefers a simple trumpet and more classic songs. Likewise, Serenity got her dad's materialism, though she's more bratty with it, and Willy seems to get his sense of understanding from his mother. Rock's own father is revealed to be a prominent classical musician, meaning musical talent really does run in the Zilla bloodline.
Mistaken for Subculture: A lot of Willy's problems come from people assuming that A) He's like his parents and B) that his parents fit every bad trope about Rock Culture.
Taken Up to Eleven with Angela D'Angelo's parents, who assume Willy's mother is some tramp and gold digger despite just seeing her from a distance once, and Willy's only hope of dating their daughter was to pretend he had different parents (which was blown out of the water once they started making comments about how awful the Zillas were).
Moral Guardians: Willy's had to deal with grief from these people whenever they take offense to Rock's music.
New Sound Album: One episode focuses on Rock trying to write one in order to change his image a little. He tries lots of styles before eventually settling on a sappy love ballad for his wife. Nobody's really happy with it... Except Crystal and Rock, of course.
Also, inspired by Willy's simple trumpet piece at a talent show, he opened one album with a short, classical moment on the piano before breaking into the usual explosions and crazy. Willy loved it.
Crystal also got the idea to publish her own line of New Age therapy exercises, and she asked Rock to come up with background music for them. Rock does his best, but he admits to Willy that without drums it all seems so horribly pointless.
Not That Kind of Doctor: When Rock Zilla's alma mater granted him a honorary doctorate, he thought he'd be that kind of doctor and started practicing the shout of "Calling Doctor Zilla". When he was told it wasn't that kind of doctorate and he'd instead be a sort of professor, he shouted "Calling Professor Zilla".
Odd Friendship: Mosh is friends with Helga and Henderson, Mr. Kant's cat and dog.
Paparazzi: Scoop is one who constantly hangs about the Zilla household trying to get embarrassing photo's of Rock to ruin his life. This is because of an incident he had with the star years ago that resulted in Scoop being unable to get work for any real paper and being forced to work for the tabloids.
Rock even though he chases him likes having Scoop about since it means he's still famous enough to warrant Paparazzi.
Rockers Smash Guitars: In one episode, the Zillas visit the college Rock attended. There, he smashed a guitar he left behind back when he was a student.
Rushmore Refacement: In a flashback, we learn that Rock once had his and Crystal's faces carved into Mount Rushmore for their anniversary.
Spell My Name with an S: The short-lived official website spelled the name of Willy's female friend as Alissa. Everyone else spelled it as Alyssa, which stuck given that the original site is no longer around and had low traffic when it was.