-While shopping for discounted items at the supermarket, Jack (Vincent Wong) and Miss Choi (Selena Lee) encounter each other. They decide to shop together to collect more stickers for more discounts and end up winning two half-priced tickets to a high-class buffet. Jack decides to use this opportunity to ask Miss Choi to take out some of the unfair rules, but she only agrees to take the tape off, which divides the dining table into two.
Episode 12: Peggy (Eliza Sam)“What I mean is, I wished I had such a good father too.”
-Mary (Rachel Kan) storms into All-In-One Management’s office, after finding hearing rumors of House (Evergreen Mak) and Peggy (Eliza Sam). She thought House was having an extramarital affair with Peggy, but realizes Peggy is looking for a father figure.
Episode 13: House (Evergreen Mak)“See this? See this cup of clean, see how clean and purified it is? And this cup of tea? It’s so yellow. And then take a look at this: take this clean water and pour it into the cup of tea. The cup of tea is still tea, it has not changed at all. But, on the contrary, take the cup of tea and pour a little in the cup of water, the cup of water immediately becomes contaminated, it becomes a disaster. Do you understand? You are this cup of tea. And Peggy is the cup of tea. You two are from different worlds.”
-Under Joyce (Kiki Sheung) pressuring him of losing his job, House (Evergreen Mak) has no choice but to talk it out with Jack (Vincent Wong). He uses a cup of water and a cup of tea to symbolize Jack and Peggy (Eliza Sam) respectively. But, what House does not know is that Jack has no feelings for Peggy and only sees her as a younger sister.
-Jack (Vincent Wong) is at his friend’s Au Mei Nam’s (C-Kwan) bar when he excuses himself to leave so he can go home and close the windows, afraid that Miss Choi (Selena Lee) would sleepwalk and fall off the building. Au Mei Nam senses there is something between Jack and Miss Choi, although Jack denies it.
-Peggy (Eliza Sam) has her farewell dinner with her Auntie Joyce (Kiki Sheung) and she suddenly asks if she can help wash her feet, which in Chinese culture is a symbol of filiality. Peggy is about to head to Singapore and does not know when is the next time they would see each other again, but little does she know all the things Auntie Joyce is hiding from her.