Neighbours ' Paul Robinson (Stefan Dennis) is struggling to forgive his killer son Robert Robinson (Adam Hunter) after he went on a knife rampage on Christmas Day.
Neighbours spoilers have revealed that despite Robert deciding to offer his kidney to dying David Tanaka (Takaya Honda), Paul can't bring himself to visit his son in prison and work on their relationship.
His wife Terese Willis (Rebekah Elmaloglou) tells him that he will never begin to find peace, unless he accepts that Harlow (Jemma Donovan) wants to build a relationship with her father.
Paul argues that one good deed doesn't cancel out all of the monstrous things that Robert has done, but he considers seeing his son.
But could he about to open a killer can of worms as he lets his son back into his life?
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Talking about Paul's dilemma, Stefan said to Daily Star Online: "Paul has a long-standing hatred of his son, he is like 'do not trust this man, he is dangerous and always will be'.
"He knows that he is not afraid to kill people."
Stefan also revealed what Paul really thinks about his son, admitting that the ruthless businessman does actually fear his psychopathic son.
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He said: "Paul is really scared of him, that has been Robert's agenda all along.
"He tried to shoot Paul, the only reason Paul isn't dead is because he was wearing a bullet proof vest."
Stefan continued: "Who knows if he will do it again?
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"Robert always takes advantage of an opportunity, he never misses it, and he definitely hates his dad."
Could Robert still be out to kill his father despite being behind bars?
Looks like Paul should sleep with one eye open…
Neighbours continues tomorrow at 1.40pm on Channel 5.
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