Episode 21: Siu Zi Zha (Fennie Yuen) “It’s not that I don’t want to say it. It’s that I am afraid to speak. You know how I would say so much when I was younger, even saying things that would hurt others. You are right. If it wasn’t for me being so talkative, you might not have broken up with Robert. Later, I told many people that you gave birth in the dance studio. Maybe it was me that caused your daughter to be lost. Actually, after this incident, I felt very bad. Sorry. After this incident, I kept reminding myself not to talk so much. And then I became a government official. Even better, since I must keep an image. Everyday, I would just be a human recorder: to repeat and repeat. I did not have to say much about myself. And because of this, I kept getting promoted. It’s equally as worse as saying and not saying. In 2002, I knew the stock market would crash, but because of confidentiality issues, I did not tell my husband. I witnessed him put all his money into the market and then lose all of it. He said I didn’t try to help him, although we were husband and wife. He was so mad that he left to England with our two sons. In two years, I went to England more than ten times to ask for a reconciliation, but he rejected. And even for the divorce, he only asked his lawyer to speak with me. And then, it was just me. I really didn’t want to say much. I started drinking. And when I was drunk, I would sleep and after waking up, I would allow me to forget all my troubles.”
-Siu Si Zha (Fennie Yuen) reveals to her fellow M Club members and friends why she changed from a talkative teenager to a grown-up woman who only talked when necessary. Siu Si Zha regretted that her talkative nature might have caused Julie (Venus Wong/Loletta Lee) and Robert (Amigo Chui/Joe Tay) to break up and Lorelei to be lost. She changed and this caused her marriage to break apart, for her to become an alcoholic, and for her to become the third party in a politician’s marriage.
Episode 22: Siu Si (Carman Lee)“For all these years, I’ve never been able to have say. What does it matter if I say more or say little? I’ve quit at the dance studio, betraying my friends to become a servant back at home, allowing you to use me to your fullest extents. It’s not like you will say ‘thank you’ to me. I know. Whatever I do, you will not like me, because my family once borrowed money from you. You do not see highly of me. I don’t have any say in this family. I’m not even worthy of a servant. You would agree to Daisy over me. But, I can hold all these in. But you cannot make fun of my daughter!”
-Siu Si (Carman Lee) finally explodes on her mother-in-law when she makes fun of Wong Hor when she finds out that she is entering a undergarment competition. All the anger that Siu Si has been holding in for all the years finally explode.
Episode 23: Julie (Loletta Lee) “Why is it me? Aren’t you her father? Where were you then? Who is the irresponsible one? Where were you when I was pregnant? There was a storm and I was in so much pain that I could not even go to the hospital to give birth. I was only 17 years old. Where were you?!”
-Robert (Joe Tay) confronts Julie (Loletta Lee) after Diana (Flora Chan) tells him that Julie gave birth to their daughter 27 years ago. Julie had been keeping this as a secret, but finally spills that their daughter has gone missing for a while. She blames him for being irresponsible and thus contributing to the disappearance of Lorelei.
Episode 24: Siu Si (Carman Lee) “I’m telling you. I hate you too! But I will take very good care of you, because in your son’s heart, the three females at home are very important. I will take very good care of you, and you will live very well. We cannot let him worry, do you hear me?
-Siu Si (Carman Lee) once again talks back to her mother-in-law, after the death of her husband Kwong Leung (Lawrence Cheng). Siu Si is remorseful that she indirectly caused the death of her husband by telling him to get her small figurines. The death of Kwong Leung hits her mother-in-law hard and she goes to the hospital. Although Siu Si has not shed a single teardrop yet, she tells her mother-in-law that they must live well because they should not let Kwong Leung worry any longer.
Episode 25: Dan Dan (Flora Chan) “No, it’s because I still love you. I often bicker with you because I see you as one of my closest relatives. I want you to be on standby because I really want to see you. I pretended to be a couple with you because I really want to be husband and wife again. Alan, can we start over again?”
-Dan Dan (Flora Chan) and Alan (Lawrence Ng) are once again in a heated argument. Alan questions why she is still torturing him after they have divorced. Dan Dan reveals it is because she still loves him.