Brady then says "that was like a peck". The third episode of the series really got people talking when Brady and his 11-year-old son shared a very awkward - and long - kiss. Jack then wipes his lips with his shirt as he walks away.
While some say that there is no problem for parent kissing his child on lips while others hate it saying it was too long and that too half naked is disturbing. After winning the Super Bowl a year ago, he was called out for kissing his dad on the lips.
Fox News Headlines reporter Carley Shimkus tweeted: 'Anyone who feels it was inappropriate for Tom Brady to kiss his 11 year old son should get their mind out of the gutter.
Twitter didn't take long to share their views on that incident.
A CBS News affiliate in NY asked people on the street what they thought of the kiss.
"I'm lucky to have her", Amendola said.
"If you kiss your kids too much, it's the wrong thing. If you hug too much - people need to back off and stop parent shaming", said Stern, chief executive officer of DivaMoms.com.
Carolyn Meyer-Wartels, a clinical social worker and parenting expert offers her professional opinion, "I don't think affection should ever be tied with a favor. But not in the mouth and not for too long".
Other comments supporting Brady's parenting style said that it was not uncommon for moms and dads to kiss their children on the lips, and that the "controversy" over the smooch between Tom and Jack was 'silly'. Is Tom Brady just an overly affectionate father and viewers aren't used to seeing this side of the quarterback?
It's also important to remember that Tom has a history of kissing family members on the lips.