emotional Fair City's Alex to meet his musician father for first time on Sunday's show
Jon opens up to Alex saying that every year around his son's birthday he thinks of him and getting in touch...
FAIR City coffee shop worker Alex Petrosian will be seen on Sunday’s show meeting his musician father for the first time.
Viewers will see teenager Alex, played by Adam Karim, in an emotional get-together with his dad Jon McCarthy.
Alex’s mum Melanie is completely unaware of Alex's nerves when she calls around to his apartment to ask will he move back in with her, Mondo and Juliet.
Alex has invited Jon to his apartment, and they are minutes away from bumping into one another.
Jon McCarthy, played by Paul McQuaid, walks into Alex's life under the guise of being the subject of Alex's college project.
But Alex open's with asking is Jon married. An odd question to begin with for such an interview. Jon watches Alex as he nervously questions him on his life and music career.
Jon opens up to Alex saying that every year around his son's birthday he thinks of him and getting in touch, but he chickens out every time. But he ends by saying if he's anything like Alex, he'd be thrilled acknowledging that they'd be around the same age.
Alex lets Jon get to the front door, before admitting 'it's me', turning to Alex Jon tells him he knows. Saying he has the same eyes as his mother, Jon let Alex make the call as to whether to admit to who he was.
Emotional, Alex lets Jon go, saying they'll be in touch.
But how will Melanie feel once she finds out Jon is back in their lives?
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