Radio Times."I always knew it, but it was like a rocket."Nothing to call social services about, but I knew I could and should be better."He added that he needed to teach himself not to be that way, as he navigated fatherhood.Meanwhile, the actor suggested that scenes from Breeders often emulated his real life with his children, right from the beginning."The first scene of the whole series came from a dream where I was going upstairs to shout at my children and talking myself down with each step I took," he recalled."Then [I] opened the bedroom door and went mad at them anyway."Martin has previously admitted to carrying out corporal punishment on both of his children, and "smacking" them on occasions when they fell out of line.He admitted: "Parenting taught me that, having thought I was a good person for 30-plus years, actually I’m not that good."I didn’t think I was Gandhi, but I thought the world was reflecting back to me that I’m all right."Martin's priority was for the show to be "real" and reflect the parenting experiences that fathers - and mothers - genuinely have.However he reports that his eldest child, son Joe, is a fan of the show - and that he even makes suggestions for the scripts."[My kids] joke about me owing them commission because without them, the show wouldn’t exist," he joked.However he added firmly: "That’s not going to happen!"
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