Alan Thicke On Son’s Split From Paula Patton

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Actor Alan Thicke is in the middle of promoting his upcoming reality-ish series titled Unusually Thicke and while on his press tour has taken the time out to comment on his son Robin and former daughter-in-law Paula Patton’s recent split and cheating controversy. Alan revealed to the media that fans won’t be getting a glimpse of son Robin’s relationship drama unfolding on the show but that viewers can look forward to a few different cameo appearances from the Blurred Lines singer as he checks in on his father. The former Growing Pains star turned reality-ish TV dad even went on to joke to E! News that he was “happy to exploit him as much as possible.”

When it comes to the breakup between his son and his former daughter-in-law of almost 10 years Alan seemed optimistic about their futures. When asked about a possible reconciliation the elder Mr. Thicke said, “I hope that whatever they decide to do will make them both happy. That’s the key thing. You want your kids to be happy. They’re strong, smart and talented people and they’ll make great decisions.” Rumors have been swirling recently about a possible reconciliation between the Hollywood power couple after news of their separation hit the media in February of this year. It seems like Robin has been working extra hard to get back in Paula’s good graces after cheating allegations against Robin were being whispered about all over town. Robin was seen in several different photos online with different women last year after the Video Music Awards on MTV and after a recent concert performance.

No word yet on if the former lovers will be moving forward with a divorce or if they are officially getting back together but viewers may be able to get a bit of insight on how the singer is holding up when he makes guest appearances on his dad’s new reality-ish show. Fans can check out Alan, wife Tanya and son Carter on Unusually Thicke, Wednesday nights at 10/9c on TVGN.

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