In episode 28 of My Unfair Lady, Saving Cheng (Vincent Wong) re-encounters Cherry Ling (Natalie Tong) after waiting for two years. He sees a ring on her middle finger and she gives him back his HKD10 coin, signifying their end.
Cherry: I saw you chasing the car before, are you ok?
Saving: I’m ok. I’m ok.
Cherry: I saw your advertisement. Congratulations, you have finally accomplished something to make the world a little different. Bobby will be proud.
Saving: Thank you. I created the wristband to tell the person I cared about how they are. How have you been recently?
Cherry: I went back to Canada to visit my parents. I saw my old friends, I’m very happy.
Saving: I want to give you something. This is the first Bobby Band I created. I have always been waiting to give you this.
Cherry: Since it’s the first one, don’t give it to me. You should keep it.
Saving: No, take it.
Cherry: You keep it.
Saving: I’ll buy it. But… do you accept HKD10?
Cherry: I’ll take it. I’m going to take the cab.
Saving: Ok. Bye.
In episode 24 of My Unfair Lady, Cherry Ling (Natalie Tong) decides to leave Saving Cheng (Vincent Wong), leaving him with only a voice message.
Cherry: Did you know you sing very well? Last night, I could not sleep. All that was in my mind were the songs you sang. If possible, I want to continue listening to them. But, I have to leave. I know, you will ask me why. But actually, your father was unhappy at the end. He kept repeating his last words: son, don’t give up. Sorry, I am very selfish. I once wanted to just pretend as if I didn’t hear of it. But is that how loving one person should be? If I don’t have the ability to make you better, I should give you freedom to do the things you want. I could not make the decision, so I gave it to God to help me make the decision. I know marriage to you has given you a lot of stress. I thank you for trying your hardest. And I know you have never given up on developing a business. You can do it! This HKD10 coin, I won’t return to you. I’ll owe you for life.
In episode 23 of My Unfair Lady, Gordon Man (Frankie Lam) consults Saving Cheng (Vincent Wong), telling him marriage does not require a reason.
Saving: Gordon, why did you promise to get married to Molly?
Gordon: Getting married doesn’t require a reason.
Saving: Did you know you getting married also affects me?
Gordon: You are funny. How does me getting married affect you? I am not moving in with you. If you don’t have money, you can just not give us a wedding present. I will still allow you to come eat, ok?
Saving: It’s not about the present. You, Gordon, are the representative of playboys. What does you getting married represent? All men in the word can get married, they all need to get married. I am not ready. Did you know when Cherry told me you and Molly were getting married, she looked at me with teary eyes, as if she wanted to marry me right away. I… how can I reject her?
Gordon: She looked at you with teary eyes, but if you don’t have feel, you can reject her, right?
Saving: Plus Molly, she kept pressuring me with words. How can I say no?
Gordon: Ok, do you love her?
Saving: I love her, but love doesn’t represent everything right? I want to start a company, but I haven’t been able to do that. You’ve achieved some fame, but I haven’t yet. You were once rich, but I haven’t tried yet. And then what? When I get married, I need to take care of an entire family. It is not an easy thing. I also need to take care of her family. My family can easily have another two kids. It takes HKD 4 million to raise a kid. Where am I going to find that money?
Gordon: Then based on your understanding, I should not get married. I lost a high paying job. I even lost my apartment now. Then how can I get married? The problem is you need to have confidence in yourself first. Let’s go back to the first point. Do you love her? Do you want to get married with her?
In episode 20 of My Unfair Lady, Saving Cheng (Vincent Wong) and Cherry Ling (Natalie Tong) are forced to be interviewed by Hanson Ho (Chris Lai). Just as Saving is confronting Hanson, the boss Mr. Yau (Andrew Yuen) walks in and Saving turns to confront him instead.
Saving: It’s all your this boss’ fault. You are the good person and you are the bad person. You think you are everything for being a boss? You kicked Gordon out and forced Molly to leave. And now even forced Annie to give up on her son?
Mr. Yau: I am the boss. I have money. I can play it any way I want. You are receiving my salary, so you must do what I want you to do. Even if I gave you a piece of poop, you have to eat it.
Saving: It’s not like I’ve never ate poop before. I do as I’m told. I work night and day only to make a few thousand. It’s not like I haven’t ate it before. But these people, do they know rental and business management? They only give up some money and time to fire some and raise some and tell others to do this and that. Is that fair? Go outside and ask some people. Find anyone to ask what they want, and they will answer you they only want a secure job. Why do they have to use an entire lifetime to find a secure job? Because there are rich people like you. The richer you are, the more games you play! Is this world fair? Is this world fair?
Mr. Yau: Are you out of your mind?
Saving: Let me teach you how to be a boss. You need to be socially responsible as a boss, take care of your employees, and change the world a bit.
In episode 17 of My Unfair Lady, Saving (Vincent Wong) finds out Cherry Ling (Natalie Tong) got paid to act as a client for a matchmaking event. He offers to pay the male clients double the amount. Cherry is worried about making ends meet, but Saving knows his matchmaking virtual reality idea will work out.
Cherry: I don’t want to do these things either, but we need to pay the mortgage for the apartment at the end of the month. We don’t have money. I just want to make some money. Why don’t you tell me what you want me to do or what I can do? I’ll go do it.
Saving: I feel VR (Virtual Reality) will be a trend in the future. I’ve thought about it clearly. I will continue to do it. Do you believe me?
Saving: You have given me great confidence by believing me. You can leave the rest up to me.
In episode 12 of My Unfair Lady, Gordon Man (Frankie Lam) reveals to Saving (Vincent Wong) why he returned to Hong Kong and that he still loves Molly.
Saving: Why didn’t you just continue being a jerk? Why did you come back?
Gordon: Last year I was involved in a car accident. I was hit by a car. I remember at that moment I really thought I was going to die. In my mind, only one person kept appearing. That is [Molly]. I couldn’t explain it, but at that moment, I really missed her. I really wanted to see her. That is why, even though I was in so much pain and could not open my eyes, I still called her.
Saving: Missing her even before death? That means you really love her. Did she pick up your call? What was her reaction?
Gordon: She didn’t pick up the phone. After my surgery, I didn’t call her again.
Gordon: Not sure why I bumped into her in Shanghai. But I found out she never let go of our relationship. So I told myself, no matter what, I cannot repeat the same mistake. This time, I must go even harsher.
In episode 11 of My Unfair Lady, Cherry Ling (Natalie Tong) and Saving (Vincent Wong) decide to put aside marriage and just date for now.
Saving: When I first received your message, I thought it would be wasteful to turn on the air-conditioner if no one was home. I wanted to reply to you right away, but I didn’t because I knew you had other thoughts behind that. You did not reject me. You were giving me a chance. So I was thinking how should I reply to that message. Actually, it is my wrongdoing, because if it wasn’t for me, the room would not be so humid. I committed a wrongdoing, so I needed to resolve that. I know you need a man who is responsible and willing to take responsibility. I will try hard to do that.
Cherry: I was afraid you did not understand my message. All along, I thought we only had two choices: either to marry or not to marry. But I really didn’t want to let go.
Saving: Then you told me to pick a watermelon. I was thinking if it was a fruit salad, it would be very dry and lonely. Half a watermelon would not be fresh. So you actually wanted a whole watermelon. You wanted someone who would help you to carry things. I picked a 70 kilograms watermelon because I wanted to tell you that no matter what obstacles or sadness you face in life, I will face them with you. I will share the obstacles with you, so you only have to face half. I will share happiness with you, so we have double the happiness. I hope I can be your ideal candidate. So for our third choice, can we temporarily put aside the word ‘marriage’ and happily accept our love?