Angel (Florence Kwok) always held the power in every relationship she has been in, but it’s the other way around with her and Eric (Kenny Wong). In episode 541, after finding out that he is not a drug dealer, and that Gem (Katy Kung) finally approved of them, they sit down to discuss misunderstandings.
Eric: I really look like a drug dealer?
Angel: Well, I saw that you had an Adelaako passport and a huge stack of USD. How would I know?
Eric: Adelaako uses USD, so why is it weird that I have so much cash?
Angel: Then why were you talking to the two foreigners about cocaine?
Eric: The cocaine you are talking about is a type of drug. But the Co King I’m talking about is C-O-K-I-N-G. They are a new type of beans that I experimented with. Your cup of chocolate is brewed with those beans.
Angel: Chocolate? Who calls chocolate Co King?
Eric: The king of cocoa beans are called Co King. I’m a international drug dealer? You see too highly of me.
Angel: You sounded so furious the other day, as if you guys could not split the numbers evenly.
Eric: He saw that my beans would have a good share in the market. But I said I would not sell them. They’ve followed me from Adelaako to Hong Kong. Don’t you think that’s annoying?
Angel: Then what about the $3 HKD million check?
Eric: A friend of mine wants to buy property in Hong Kong. The money is for me to help him pay for the down payment. I can’t believe you have such vivid imagination.
Angel: Thanks to you for never telling me anything. I don’t know anything about your past jobs, who is in your family, whether they are rich or not. I don’t know anything. I don’t know why I promised to marry you.
Eric: I used to be a stock broker. I would buy and sell property and stocks. But I’ve sold all of them now to put the money into funds now. This is so the money would multiply itself and I would not have to worry about them. The coffee farm is my last investment. If you ask me how much money I have worth, I can tell you, it’s six words.
Angel: One, ten, hundred, thousand, ten thousand, hundred thousand. It’s not that much.
Eric: It’s “Don’t Have To Worry For Life”.
Angel: Then I must be really lucky! I accidentally found a good man.
Eric: Then I’m better off. I found someone who is willing to follow me even if I were a international drug dealer.
Angel: You said all that just to indirectly call me stupid.
Eric: I like you to be stupid.
Angel: Stop playing!