The end! So happy to be done with this one.
The tug-of-war team get discouraged when they sneak a peek at their competition. Xiao Xiang and Jia Kai encourage them.
Duo Duo tells Jia Kai’s sister that Xiao Jie is planning a surprise for Xiao Xiang’s birthday. She assumes that Xiao Jie is going to propose and warns him, but Jia Kai tells her that if Xiao Xiang wants him that she’d call him herself. Wow, I’m not even…it’s her birthday and you’re going to be stubborn. Idiot.
Xiao Xiang cries as she misses her father. At her birthday, Xiao Jie proposes to her and asks her to answer with her eyes closed as she blows out the candles. She tells him that Jia Kai is the only man for her and when she blows the candles out she leans forward and Jia Kai nabs a kiss from her.
Jia Kai and Xiao Jie planned everything to get her to accept Jia Kai. From the fighting to the birthday party. Yeah, let’s make the girl you love, fall deeper in love with you by lying to her. That’s just a brilliant idea.
Kai Li finds out that Jia Kai’s mother asked for her heart transplant to go to someone who needed it more. It could only extend her life a few more months, but could save another person for years. Jia Kai apologizes to his father, but he refuses to forgive him. He does ask to talk to Xiao Xiang though. He tells her that he’s sorry for his former rudeness, but is quite willing to accept her into his family. He admits that he was just giving Jia Kai some grief after Jia Kai had been so rude all those years. So this is where Jia Kai gets his lying ways from.
Xiao Jie asks his lady friend to move in with him. We find out that Xiao Xiang and Jia Kai met as children when Xiao Xiang’s father donated his heart, which was supposed to go to Jia Kai’s mother, but instead saved another person. And they all live happily ever after.
Yay for the hour-long happy ending special. Let’s tie in all those loose ends. I would have liked to see Ou Chen again. I was also rather annoyed by Xiao Xiang’s missing mother. It felt so forced when they kept bringing her to mention that she wasn’t there. And the phone conversations. What’s with that? It feels like the actress bailed when she realized this drama was going to be horrible.
Do you ever dislike a drama so much that you wish all the characters would die in a fiery explosion just to make it impossible for the story to continue any longer?
I can’t really say that this is the worst drama I’ve ever watched, but it’s close. If I weren’t recapping this I wouldn’t have finished it. I know that much. Recapping made it fun to watch as I picked out flaws and planned ways to bash this drama. Yeah, I stubbornly insisted on finishing this drama just to make fun of it and it was the highlight of my week.
Now I need to find something new I can poke holes in. If you have any recommendations for currently airing idiotic dramas feel free to let me know. Maybe ones that are about to begin.