On Season 2 episode 6 of Atlanta, we were presented with a Michael Jackson like character named Teddy Perkins. In the episode, Teddy reveals to Darius that his father pushed him and his brother to their creative limits as musicians growing up. From this, Rome and Gee discuss parents pushing their children too hard.
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