Episode 11: Roy (Kenneth Ma):
“Hi Heather. We will be on the same flight today? It seems like we are not just on the same flight, but headed towards the same path. Last time in Kenting, you helped me keep a relatively large secret. Uh huh. But if I accidentally discovered something you don’t want others to know. Uh huh. I will help you keep the secret too. Uh huh.”
-Roy (Kenneth Ma) accidentally saw Heather (Elena Kong) hugging and dancing intimately with a man in Taiwan when they were there. Last time, Heather had helped him hide the fact that he was dating two girls at the same time. Is it because Roy wants to propose something to Heather now that they both know a secret of each other?”
Episode 12: Samuel Tong (Francis Ng)
“So, how do you feel about flying? Ok, you can leave. I mean you can leave PPP (Pre-Pilot Program) now. You’ve been wanting to fly to the sky because of your ex-boyfriend right? You flew now. You know how it feels now. You’ve accomplished what you wanted. So it is unnecessary that you waste the program’s money. You are different from your classmates. They want to fly from the bottom of their hearts.”
-Holiday (Fala Chan) is finally able to fly in an airplane and experience what it is like. After they get on ground, Sam (Francis Tong) questions her that she should quit the program, as she is not flying for the sake of flying, but flying for the sake of her ex-boyfriend Daniel.
Episode 13: Samuel Tong (Francis Ng)
“You have no right to touch this book anymore! A pilot cannot be affected by personal emotions. They have only one thing in their minds. And that is the safety of the onboard passengers. Ok, if you really miss Daniel, take the book back and tape it back together. Don’t come back to PPP (Pre-Pilot Program). This book is very important to me too, do you know? It is my first book about flying and taught me everything about flying [airplanes].”
-Sam (Francis Ng) finds out from his friend, a bookstore owner that the book he lent him cannot be returned, as Daniel, Holiday’s ex-boyfriend borrowed it, but later died in a plane crash. Sam goes to ask Holiday to give the book back to him, and he rips it in front of her. Holiday does the same thing afterwards. This symbolizes she is ready to move on.
Episode 14: Holiday (Fala Chan)
“Actually water in the well is water. Water in the river is water. They will all evaporate and become clouds in the sky. We are roommates, staying in the same room. The air I breathe in is the air you breathe in. Which means what’s yours is mine and what’s mine is yours. So, can I take a look at your notes?”
-Holiday (Fala Chan) notices her notes are missing and tries to ask her roommate, Win (Summer Joe) for notes. They have not been on good terms since the beginning as Holiday is playful and easygoing, but Win is more stubborn and strict.
Episode 15: Holiday (Fala Chan)
“This whole incident occurred because of me. I am willing to accept all the punishments. It is my fault that I lost my team’s research data. The other team’s data got deleted partly because of me. I didn’t delete the files, but Mr. Koo deleted them because of me. I don’t want to explain too much… I am willing to face all punishments, even if it is to be kicked out of PPP (Pre-Pilot Program) Yes, I want to fly. I even dream about flying. But I believe the other classmates here also want to fly as well, if not are even more passionate about flying [than I am]. Some have dreamt about flying since childhood. Some see flying as their lifetime target. Some are here because of their family.”
-The students in the PPP (Pre-Pilot Program) have to put together a report. Because Mr. Tong (Francis Ng) and Mr. Koo (Chilam Cheung) pranked them by taking their notes and deleting their files, the students got into a heated argument. Their instructors decided to punish them by not letting them fly. Holiday (Fala Chan) decides to stand up and take all the blame by herself. This shows her maturity and willingness to accept what she has done wrong.