The idea of being in the same room with my kid, even if she’s playing with a toy and has her back to me, and I’m on the phone or I’m on Twitter, I mean, I should just stop being a parent. I should give that kid to a loving, nurturing couple somewhere — even if they are gay,” Cross says.
The last part is said in jest. It’s a soft version of the type of joke Cross has made a long stand-up career out of, though it may catch fans of Tobias Fünke off guard. If you know Cross already, it is likely because of his role in Arrested Development as the loveable, naive never-nude analrapist (a combination of his skills in analysis and as a therapist).
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