Norman Reedus' Lookalike Son Is a Total Chess Whiz -- See the Father-Son Moment on 'RIDE' (Exclusive)

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Norman Reedus is keeping it in the family for the season finale of RIDE

The Walking Dead star meets up with his lookalike son, Mingus, in New York City in the upcoming episode -- and only ET has an exclusive first look. 

"I taught Mingus when he was young. We'd come here, play game after game, and I'd watch him beat people in minutes. And I'd think, 'That's my kid!'" Reedus says in the clip, taking a break from his motorcycle ride around the city to watch his son play chess. 

Eighteen-year-old Mingus, whose mom is Helena Christensen, quickly beat his opponent -- but his chess skills aren't the only thing that makes Reedus proud. 

"Seeing Mingus in his element, I'm reminded of how great it is that he's grown up here. He's got that armor you find in every real New Yorker," the 48-year-old actor observes. 

The season two finale of RIDE with Norman Reedus, which also features the actor's food adventure with Mario Batali, airs Monday, Dec. 4, at 9 p.m. ET/PT on AMC. 

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