Episode 14: Yue Jai 范子妤 (Tavia Yeung)“Yes, I really like Cardiothoracic Surgery, but that is not what life is all about. Changing fields isn’t a bad thing. Why can’t you support me? Why do you always have to doubt me?”
-Once again, Yat Kin Tou (Kenneth Ma) questions why his wife Yue Jai (Tavia Yeung) changed her field at the hospital. He knows she put a lot of time and effort into Cardiothoracic Surgery, and tries to persuade and question her to go back.
Episode 15: Che Che 車曉彤 (Eliza Sam) and Doctor Heung 向芊兒 (Tracy Chu)“Once upon a time, there was a person who was born without a face. He did not have facial features, weight, or color, just like a transparent person. No one would notice his presence. He thought life was pointless, so he asked an angel, why was he thrown to the human world. But, the angel did not appear. Instead, a voice said to him for every experience you will experience will give you answers. He first encountered an ant, who asked him to dive into the ocean and take out the courage the ant had placed there long ago. He looked at the large ocean, but eventually became brave enough and went to find the ant’s courage. For the first time, he felt that he had a heartbeat. He then encountered a dried flower, who asked him to go deep into the forest to find love. He took the love back to the flower, who magically came back to life. The faceless person finally saw the beauty of the flower. After encountering a fierce lion, he was instructed to go into the black world and find the lion’s long lost kindness. The faceless person discovered color on himself… and then encountered tens and hundreds and thousands of other obstacles, but realized that as long as he had the courage, he would be able to overcome fear.”
-This is the story that Doctor Heung’s (Tracy Chu) father told her as a young child. As long as one is willing to accept obstacles and be brave, one can overcome fear and learn from these various experiences. After the death of Che Che’s (Eliza Sam) uncle, this story is the voiceover to show the lives and perspectives of the characters in the series.
Episode 16: Yue Jai 范子妤 (Tavia Yeung)“I know the road ahead of me is not easy to walk. But I will not give up. I know that as long as there is light, there is hope. I can find confidence through obstacles. If there’s confidence, there is hope. I wonder when will Yat Kin understand?”
-Yue Jai (Tavia Yeung) understands and learns that she has to accept reality for what it is. But her husband, Yat Kin Tou (Kenneth Ma) continues to be stubborn, resulting in their ‘calm-down period’.
Episode 17: Lokman 洛文笙 (Lawrence Ng)“She’s a pathologist. Of course she has to [look at these things]. If she can’t accept them, tell her to give up. If she can’t accept them, I can’t do anything about it! I only care about life and death of patients. I don’t care about their feelings!”
-Lokman (Lawrence Ng) is across the street watching Doctor Heung’s (Tracy Chu) interaction with his mysterious cousin Monica (Becky Lee), who knows about Doctor Heung’s boyfriend’s whereabouts. At the same time, Yat Kin Tou (Kenneth Ma) rushes out to confront Lokman of why he must make Yue Jai (Tavia Yeung) look at the tumor cells of a patient. It is obvious that Lokman cannot talk to him and watch Doctor Heung from across the street at the same time. And thus, he says he doesn’t care about Yue Jai’s feelings. This results in Yat Kin Tou punching Lokman in the face.
Episode 18: Lokman 洛文笙 (Lawrence Ng)“It’s not your fault. Moon, this is all my fault. I have not taken on the responsibility as a father all along, to take care of her, to love her, and to teach her. I was selfish. I left my daughter for you to take care of. I know that throughout the years, you spent a lot of time and attention on her. You lost a lot of things, including your love and your youth. I really owe you two too much. I apologize. Moon, I’m sorry. Yannis, it’s my wrong. After your mother left, I didn’t know how to face you. But now, I know I’ve been wrong. Can you give me another chance? I will make it up.”
-Lokman (Lawrence Ng) finally admits that he has been wrong and ask for his daughter, Yannis (Elkie Chong) and his sister-in-law Moon’s (Lousia So) forgiveness. This shows that he is finally willing to accept his past wrongdoings and realized it’s time he takes back responsibility as Yannis’ father to take care of her, now that he knows she has a heart disease.
The storylines of the different characters were more equally divided in this week’s episodes. We find out that Doctor Heung’s (Tracy Chu) boyfriend actually died. Yat Kin Tou (Kenneth Ma) finally learns to be less stubborn and to let go. Lokman (Lawrence Ng) finally builds up the courage to admit that he’s been wrong and asks for forgiveness. And Amber, (Grace Wong) who is Ben’s (Benjamin Yuen) ex-girlfriend comes back, causing troubles and problems to his relationship with Mei Suet (Mandy Wong).