• Yay! So glad they are doing a sequel for this drama because it ended with a cliff hanger of whether Ali’s character was shot or not. So it’s great that they are going to continue the story so we can see what will happen. Hopefully the sequel will be just as good as the original which was definitely one of the best drama of the year.
  • @funnlim that’s what I thought. They were swapped at birth but have different father and mother so not blood related siblings. Not sure why the article reports it as creepy.
  • I’m sick and tired of these radical protesters. They are no longer protesting for the good of HK and its people. They are just doing it to cause problems. Celebrities are people too, and they are allowed to have their own political stance. You can agree to disagree but purposely causing damage and harm to people and property makes you a terrorist.
  • @kokomo Most shotgun marriages do not occur because they already announced their engagement. They are shotgun because the partner is pregnant and they have to rush a wedding. If they were previously engaged and then got pregnant, then fine. Not ideal, but at least they intended to make the relationship permanent. It's the intention behind the action. I give Ruco the benefit of the doubt because they apparently were engaged and only during the engagement process did they realize his wife was pregnant. Idk how much I believe him, but I don't rag on him the way I would with other celebrities.
  • @kokomo I agree and Janet Jackson had her kid at 50 but I wonder if she had a surrogate or did she carry the child herself? My late mom’s friend’s mom had her last kid in her 50s and this was back in the days where none of the good technology exists too. Hey anything is possible in this world I guess.
  • @coralie But if the couple is planning on getting married anyways, then what does it matter if it’s shotgun or not. Let me ask this: If a couple is already engaged to be married but they got pregnant before the actual wedding, then would you call that a shotgun wedding?
  • @tiffany @jcc10 @kokomo alright fine. shotgun recalled. but i'm glad it's not shotgun. i like nikki!
  • @kokomo don't get married if the idea behind doing that is so you can screw around without planning for consequences. the fact they only marry because of a child makes them responsible parents, but on the other hand, they are using marriage as an excuse to hide their accident. it happens, sure, but if they intend to get married anyways, there is ZERO need for shotgun marriages. they only shotgun because they're trying to hide the embarrassment. i don't mind if couples have a baby and then later down the line, get married.
  • @coralie - according to the article, if you have read it, said they are married in 2018. We are already in 2020. Even if she was to give birth today, it would not be a shotgun wedding. And even if it is, we are living in the 21st century so what is the big deal if it is a shotgun?
  • @hazel - I don’t understand the negativity surrounding women who have late pregnancies. I have co-workers and friends who had babies in their late 30s and early 40s. It’s not a big deal. We are in the 21st century. Many women are choosing to have kids later in life because having kids is not like having kids back in our parents or grandparents’ time. Women are also more career-minded now too. And it’s not like they are having kids in their 50s.
  • @llwy12 I agree with you that it takes time for an actor to build up experience, but these awards should not be based on how much experience an actor has over the years. These BA and BSA awards are about recognizing how well an actor performed in a drama in that particular year. If a more newer actor portrays a character in a drama really well that year, there is no reason why he/she should not deserve the award. If the awards were based on experience, then all the winners every year would be all the old veteran actors. Now with that being said, I don’t really know how well Chow Kalok performed in Lo and Behold since I have not really been following that drama. So I can’t really say if he deserves it or not. I’m just speaking in general.
  • @kokomo I agree with you that "It’s not as easy as it seems to make people laugh. Not everyone can do comedy well". However, an artiste needs to have good acting before he/she can act comedic roles. A "flair" helps, but it does not always work and make the acting outstanding. Kalok Chow might have a tiny bit of "flair" (as you said), but he did not have good acting. He is only 24 years old, a very new actor with very little acting experience. He signed up for TVB acting class in 2015, and started acting a minor role in in 2016. With his very limited acting experience and his acting in , I don't think he deserved the Best Supporting Actor award. Jerry Ku – Divas in Distress Benz Hui – Bounty Lady Ram Chiang – Come On, Cousin Mandy Lam – Lo and Behold All the above artistes, who won Best Supporting awards, are veteran artistes with outstanding acting, so they deserved their awards.
  • @orchid123 - Actually there are several actors/actresses who won supporting roles in a comedy drama. Just to name a few in recent years: Jerry Ku - Divas in Distress Benz Hui - Bounty Lady Ram Chiang - Come On, Cousin Mandy Lam - Lo and Behold I think it takes a different kind of actor to do comedy. It’s not as easy as it seems to make people laugh. Not everyone can do comedy well. Even the best actor may not be able to do comedy well if you don’t have that ‘flair’. We shouldn’t disregard the acting skills of a comedic actor.
  • @kokomo Thanks and I wish more fans and viewers were open minded like you are. Many blindly go for the cast or one cast member just to complain afterwards. How sad is that?
  • @kokomo I agree and plus there is way more to any drama rather than just the cast. I hate it when crazy fans just blindly go for the cast or one cast member only to complain about how bad the drama is. The storyline/plot, script, etc... are all just as important if not more important as it is like the skeleton of a drama and it pulls you through even if you had a bad cast. But of course having a good cast is a very big plus too.
  • “Each drama is not the work of just one person – it is the product of a group of people. By not watching a drama because of one person, you’ll be obliterating the efforts of others.” - I so agree with Kenneth on this. I don’t know why people refuse to watch a drama because of one person. There are so many other people in the drama who put so much effort and hard work into it and deserves to be recognized for it. It’s just a very childish behavior.
  • Wow. Such a great man, husband, father and son. These type of men are very rare these days. His wife is very lucky to have him.
  • @cherie a third amen from me. Some people are so difficult to please.
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