Episode 24: Doctor Heung 向芊兒 (Tracy Chu)“Have you heard of the story of the Happy Prince? He gave up his eyes so a bird can continue to fly in the skies everyday. If there was someone in need of help, he would peel off his gold sheetings, one by one to help them. These are fairytales that adults tell to kids. But if the adults don’t even believe in them, how can they be done? You tell me, isn’t this ridiculous?”
-Doctor Heung (Tracy Chu) tells Lokman (Lawrence Ng) that Sing Jai’s biological mother, Hong (Mandy Lam) is not willing to donate her liver, because she is selfish and does not want to lose the current happy family she has right now. Adults tell their kids to help out others whenever possible, but they do not even do that themselves.
Episode 25: Moon 孫曼月 (Louisa So)“I’m very popular. A lot of boys courted me! A few times, it even got to the stage of almost marriage. But, if he is not the right person, you will sense that as you continue dating, that feeling decreases. But… David is like a good friend. We can talk about anything. But, most importantly, he accepts you! Today, when he gave me the ring, I really felt my heartbeat. Oh my! Is he that right person?”
-Moon (Louisa So) tells Yannis (Elkie Chong) that she felt her heartbeat when David (Jerry Koo Ming Wah) gave her a ring earlier. This is after several indirect attempts of David trying to ask her out.
Episode 26: Lokman 洛文笙 (Lawrence Ng)“Many years ago, after the death of my parents, I began used to being alone. I would face all things by myself. At that time, I realized that life is tragic. Once a person is born, he is exposed to life and death. So I realized that as long as I have no friends and family, I won’t have to go through the torture.”
-To escape from reality for a while, Lokman (Lawrence Ng) goes onto a yacht. Doctor Heung (Tracy Chu) joins him. He explains to her why he is often seen cool and by himself. After the tragic death of his parents and his wife, he decided that in order to escape from having to be sad over the cycle of life and death, he has few friends and decided to cut ties with family. But that has all changed.
Episode 27: Che Che 車曉彤 (Eliza Sam)“Ten years ago, after my operation, the doctor told me I had three to ten years to live. When you know you have an expiration date, would you countdown or choose to live life to its fullest when you still have time? This is the tenth year. I once asked myself would I be an exception?”
-Che Che (Eliza Sam) has been hiding the fact that she can die anytime because there is a tumor in her brain. Onion (Him Law) is almost the last person to find out. When he finally realizes, he wants to spend all the time they have left together. Che Che explains that she has been trying to help others during that 10 years span, because she wanted to live life to its fullest, instead of crying and always trying to remember how little time she has left.
Episode 28: Ben 劉炳燦 (Benjamin Yuen)“Loving someone does not require you to forget your morals and standards. If you have to do that, you are no longer the Mei Suet that I like. Yes, we don’t know what will happen in the future, just like this incident. Having these experiences will bring immunity to our relationship. And because of this immunity, our relationship will grow stronger and healthier. And we both want this relationship to grow better… I will wait for you.”
-Mei Suet (Mandy Wong) is finally back from England. The other people in the apartment go out to give some space to them. Ben (Benjamin Yuen) asks if she has forgiven him. Mei Suet tells him that looking back, neither of them was right or wrong in Amber’s case. It was just that they had different views on treating patients. Mei Suet is scared that in the future, she might disagree on how he treats patients differently than how she treats patients. But, Ben tells her that experiences like these will help their relationship blossom stronger. Ben says he will wait for Mei Suet. This shows that he has grown out of his playboy days and is really ready to commit.
-After Yat Kin (Kenneth Ma) gets hit by a bus, and there are no seniors currently available at the hospital, Yue Jai (Tavia Yeung) steps up to start the surgery to save her husband. Onion (Him Law) pressures Yue Jai to admitting that she is indeed afraid, as opposed to her acting as if she was tough. Onion says discouraging things to force Yue Jai to be brave and courageous in the surgery room.
Episode 30: Yue Jai 范子妤 (Tavia Yueng)“I finally understand now, why Yat Kin was so worried when my tumor came back. It turns out that it is hard to be calm while seeing a loved one unwell. But, I can’t help with anything.”
-Yue Jai (Tavia Yeung) finally understands how Yat Kin (Kenneth Ma) felt when he learned that her tumor was back at the beginning of the series. Now, at the end of the series, Yue Jai witnesses Yat Kin in a coma, but she cannot do anything to help. She truly understand how worried and troubled he must have felt.
I felt like the last two episodes were too rushed. And for one, Ben (Benjamin Yuen) and Mei Suet’s (Mandy Wong) storyline definitely did not develop in depth, as much as I had longed and hoped for. There was just too much going on in the last episodes that it was hard to keep track off, and things were not explained or presented in as much details as I had thought they would/should be.