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JC Santos’ top 3 favorite scenes in FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano August 10, 2018 01:32 AM

As FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano continues to reign dominant over Primetime, the show is constantly coming up with creative ideas and introducing new characters. Come September, the hit teleserye  would be marking its third year on air. So, with hundreds of episodes and many memorable moments, which are JC Santos’ three favorites?

The death of Cardo

It’s no surprise why this is the first on JC’s list. The nation was shook when Cardo (Coco Martin) was killed by Marco. It was an action-packed sequence where Marco’s small army suddenly arrived at Cardo’s home and began to indiscriminately open fire. While Cardo and Alyana (Yassi Pressman) were able to make an escape, the chase that ensued resulted in Marco trapping and shooting Cardo in the middle of a bridge. It was later revealed that this was all just Alyana’s dream, and it was this twist that had social media buzzing. Many posted their reactions online, including a kid who was brought to tears.

Marco proposes to Alyana

After Cardo and Alyana officially broke up, on Valentine’s Day no less, her second chance at love seemed to arrive just at the right time. So, when Marco got down on one knee and popped the question, Alyana didn’t think twice to say “yes”. Of course, now we know that this romance will be short lived, but for a few episodes their tandem brought kilig to some fans. And to JC it seems which is how this scene became a favorite.

Father vs Son

When Alyana ended her relationship with Marco, his anger pointed to his family as the reason. He initially lashed out on Catherine (Alice Dixson) for supposedly not helping enough to get them back together. This pushed Lucas (Edu Manzano) to call out Marco for only thinking of Alyana while their family went through a crisis. The confrontation could have escalated to a physical fight, if not for Catherine. It was an intense scene that put the two actors’ talents on full display. Their performance, no doubt, is the reason why this is another favorite of JC.