(Myolie Wu, Bosco Wong, Lisa Wang, Christine Ng, Sek Sau, Chan Hoi Yee) 16E
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Seuk Lan is a princess of the current Ching Dynasty and the older cousin of the Queen. Her family lives in the capitol city, and Seuk Lan takes advantage of her status as a princess to boss everyone in the city around, and everything is always done her way.
Sup Yut and her family are mountain thieves who steal from the rich and deceitful and give to the poor and underprivileged. Through a series of misunderstandings and coincidences, Sup Yut marries into Seuk Lan's family and becomes her son Mau Chun's (Bosco Wong) wife. Her blunt attitude and Seuk Lan's unreasonable attitude cause the pair to frequently argue, often with Mau Chun stuck between his wife and his mother. Poor guy! To complicate things, he suspects that his wife is actually in love with a masked hero-But Lau Ming, who frequently saves the city from any trouble they may have. He is considered a thief and a most wanted person by the government. Ah, as fate has it, But Lau Ming is actually Mau Chun! (But of course, no one knows that, not even Sup Yut or his family) Some "Me, Myself, and Irene", anybody?
Tearing away from the comedy-romantic part of the series, Christine Ng plays Hao Hao, a woman who waited patiently for her lover to come back and marry her for twenty years. She always believed that her Wun Dai Gor would come back to her, not knowing that he already has a wife, son, and a completely different family. It turns out that her Wun Dai Gor is Mau Chun's dad and Seuk Lan's husband!
Throw in a little jealously, some love triangles, some twists and turns, comedy, epiphanies and life lessons learned, and action, and we've got ourselves a light-hearted but not meaningless series.