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Former soldier goes viral for not missing a single ‘FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano’ episode

According to his daughter, Jan, Jaime has watched every single episode since the program aired

An old man has gone viral for not missing a single episode of ABS-CBN’s ‘FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano.

The teleserye’s first episode was aired on September 28, 2015, and ended on August 12, 2022. It was one of the top programs in the country, with ratings only increasing yearly.

The last episode has over 536,000 concurrent online viewers.

Many viewers were saddened to see their favorite show end, including Jaime G. Gutierrez, one of the program’s biggest fans.

According to his daughter, Jan, Jaime has watched every single episode since the program aired. To highlight the accomplishment, she handed her father a printed “certificate of completion.”

Congratulations, Papa! For successfully completing all episodes of “Ang Probinsyano,” she wrote on Facebook.

Dasurv mo ang Certificate of Completion. Haha! #AngProbinsyano beke nemen ????” she added.

The post has since garnered over 3k shares.

Jan told Balita Online that her father could easily relate to the show since he’s a retired soldier.

Nasubaybayan po niya. Present po sa lahat ng episodes. Relatable po sa kanya yung ibang episodes sa series,” she revealed.

She said Jaime would like to meet with Coco Martin, who played Cardo Dalisay, the show’s main character.

The dismemberment of Dalisay’s Task Force Agila reminded Jaime of the time when the NBP ambushed his squad, leaving him the only survivor.

May encounter na po siya sa mga NPA. Actually, na-ambush po yung group nila sa bundok. Siya lang po ang naka-survive,” Jan disclosed.

Nasesepanx [separation anxiety] po si Papa. Wala na raw siya mapapanood.

Sana may susunod pa na palabas si Coco Martin. Susuportahan daw po ulit sila ni Papa.” she added.

Written by Charles Teves

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