Pigeon's Father is the unnamed father of Richard, who would later be commonly known as Pigeon. During his brief appearance in Losin' It he is portrayed as an irresponsible father who displayed the same hedonistic behavior his son would one day display.
Due to the shocking backstory Pigeon offered, as well as his personal disgust for his father, it can be assumed Pigeon's father was a poor parent, as he drove both him and his son to a whorehouse where his son would have sex with a prostitute at the young age of thirteen. Pigeon's father appeared to be a mostly expressionless man, and Pigeon remarked "he didn't talk much," hinting he was also a cold father. He bared many similarities to his son, including his amoral behavior and taste for debucharey.