Episode 16: Annie (Toby Chan)“Jack and my story have completely ended already. I have totally placed him down already, so you do not have to help me take pictures of him or talk about him, ok? If he finds a good partner, I will give him my blessings and be happy for him… This world is very realistic. Time will not wait for anyone. I have my second 14 years and my third 14 years waiting for me to live. The past cannot be held back… If I see something that is better, I will automatically place it down and pick up something that I love… Sometimes, letting go does not mean you do not love the other person. Sometimes, it can be a blessing, hoping he can soar higher.”
-While having tea with Miss Choi (Selena Lee), Annie (Toby Chan) tells Miss Choi she has completely put down Jack (Vincent Wong), and for her, the past is the past. She has moved on, as she has found someone better. This, at first is confusing to Miss Choi, who has stopped in place after the death of her then fiancé. But, perhaps these wise words from a friend can enlighten her to face her fears and feelings, while moving on with the present?
Episode 17: Miss Choi (Selena Lee)“Not possible, not possible, not possible… You cannot be like that! You only like to eat the stuff he cooks, because it really does taste good. Wake up! You are so easily attracted to food. What are you doing Choi Gin Ching? You can only eat white bread!”
-Miss Choi (Selena Lee) feels that Jack (Vincent Wong) has feelings for her, but she tries to suppress them by ignoring them. She is attracted to his cooking, but reminds herself that she cannot forget about her ex-fiancé.
Episode 18: Jack Lau (Vincent Wong)“When flying an airplane, you can really throw away all your troubles and fly freely in the skies to see the world in another perspective. But, in contrast to the real world, even if you want to take a tiny step, you must think before you do and sometimes lock yourself inside the cage… I’m only an ordinary person, but you are different. You can really fly in the skies. Every time I see you playing the piano when you are sleepwalking, I sense the feel and energy in each note you play. I noticed the glow is real in you. At that moment, I realized that you do not belong to the piano school, you belong to the stage. You do not belong to students, you belong to the audience. Do not let your past hide your talent. Use your music to enlighten more people.”
-Jack (Vincent Wong) tells Miss Choi (Selena Lee) indirectly to conquer her fears, by bringing her out to fly their airplane models. His words are not only touching, but they actually reflect and hit upon the truth. Miss Choi also seems to be touched upon his words.
Episode 19: Peggy (Eliza Sam)“You consider lying to me as doing me good? How come you still do not understand? Why would I want your success? You are not even happy! You used all methods to make your man stay by your side, but are you really happy? Don’t lie to yourself anymore. You do not even understand the relationship between people. You do not even trust: the simplest element in relationships. How can you hold a family? You do not have to share your values with me. I won’t buy them. If you do not want to lose me, then be honest. Stop using these psychological techniques.”
-Peggy (Eliza Sam) gets furious with Joyce (Kiki Sheung), someone who she has looked up to and trusted. But, it turns out that all Joyce did was fake. Peggy tells her what she believes is key to holding relationships together: trust.
-This time around, it is Miss Choi (Selena Lee) who persuades Jack (Vincent Wong) to chase after his dreams of opening a restaurant, being able to cook and make dishes for people. As this makes him happy, Miss Choi compares people to airplanes so he can have less worries and go after his dreams.