In Episode 149 of Dinner at Eight, Ryan Cheuk (Eric Li) and Vivian Wan (Florence Kwok) surprisingly get together after such a long time and they make a great couple!
Vivian: Only want to be with someone you love to see some…
Ryan: See something meaningful that will be remembered for life, which others might regard as meaningless…
Vivian: But if the person next to you is someone important, then the meaning will be completely different.
Ryan: In the past, those you liked were either very smart or very talented. Accompanying you to see the Blue Light might not be their number one priority.
Vivian: I took a long time to accept this fact.
Ryan: To have time to accompany to to see such meaningless things, they cannot be talented in your eyes. See, this is the biggest irony in the world.
Vivian: I once agreed that a woman’s love for a man should carry some sort of idolization. But it turns out if you love someone, you do not have to idolize. As long as he puts me in the first place, lookouts for me, and agrees to do stupid things with me, then… we can be on the same level.