• @sugadough I wonder who decided to add the lines related to monkey king and duke of mount deer lines - Dicky or screenwriter?
  • It is a breath of fresh air. Also a reminiscent of childhood. Love the jokes related to monkey king lol... in fact, dicky's portrayal is very similar to the monkey king character
  • She explained make plots that I didn't understand. For some reason, I can never differentiate her from her on-screen characters. She so natural with her roles that it's appears to be her natural personality.
  • @sugadough I think it's tape, you can kind of see the tape in the last set of photos (the one on the right with pink eyeshadow). She was too busy after the pageant to go do surgery, though I can't about the present. But I'm leaning more towards tape
  • @sugadough I agree the eyes are unnatural. What I meant is rest of the face. But it doesn't necessarily have to be knife. It could just be injection.
  • Yo, I love Mandy's depiction of her character. She's so damn good and funny. She deserves more recognition.
  • @m0m0 It's either she uses eyelid tape or she had surgery. No makeup or natural process can result in such deep creases.
  • @funnlim I have to agree that Ben's character is so freaking annoying in this drama. I don't understand why he would treat his wife with such manner. Is there something that I am not understanding? In some ways, there are discrepancies for both Ben and Grace's characters. First, Ben was supposed to be a good character but his attitude towards Eddie throughout the drama was a bit over the top even when Eddie is always be there to help him out. Ben's character is too serious, unforgiving, and can't take a joke. And why did he have to tell Grace that he still thinks about Icy even when they are having sex, but then he gets jealous when Grace kisses Eddie in public??? As for Grace, she doesn't seem that into Ben if she be out clubbing, drinking with guys and kissing girls. I don't know if she's doing that to numb the pain of being abandoned.. but I don't feel pity for her.
  • @funnlim Right, many of the plots are silly. With Ophelia starting a new relationship with Eddie, why is she still unwilling to sign the divorce papers? And I can't seem to get over how good Grace is acting as a hoe in all her dramas. Makes me feel like that's her in real life but she has to pretend like she's a holy christian.
  • @birdy2415 Even her pageant photos show monolids. Besides, her creases are so prominent and large that it seems like they were altered to achieve such results.
  • I've been suspecting it for so long. Finally, others also see it.
  • @mike Concur.. without the ton of makeup, Grace is just plain Jane and a super skinny one at that. But I do notice some extra meat on her upper arm. Possibly boosting her meals for a healthy baby.
  • @sugadough Yes I agree that they both are admirable for pursuing a professional higher education. Louisa is a lot younger and finished her studies earlier because I think she pursued her degree right away after becoming Miss HK in 2015, whereas I feel that Tracey spent a few years starring in TVB dramas before making an academic move. I think this is a wise move because it gave audience a chance to know and remember her - and miss her. Also, Louisa became licensed in law in the US while Tracy is planning to become licensed in HK. I think Tracy's knowledge would be more beneficial when it comes to filming dramas related to HK law, or even benefit actors/actress who are seeking someone who understands HK laws. In my opinion, I think Tracy has a more elegant look, while Louisa has a cute look. They both are beautiful and smart and not one is better than the other. Wish them the best with whatever they choose down the path, whether it is law, entertainment, or both!
  • @peachyogurt Considering that Louisa is a few years younger than Tracy and that Tracy still has many years left in her studies while Louisa already has her license, I would say Louisa is way ahead of her in the game. Anyhow, they're both quite admirable to be so academically driven while being entertainers. Tbh, I find Louisa prettier than Tracy. Something about Tracy's mouth doesn't appeal to me.
  • @bubbles23 The drama is definitely becoming draggy in recent episodes. I quite enjoyed the first few episodes until Grace Wong's scenes increased. In comparison to File of Justice, which I just recently finished, OMG, Your Honour definitely loses the race. The characters in OMG Your Honour lack character development with the story missing a pivotal point. Mostly, the entire drama has been consisted of random plot lines that doesn't add up to anything important. I am truly disappointed. However, this drama is definitely more entertaining than Fist Fight since the plot is overly dramatic with annoying characters.
  • @funnlim I also have a lot of questions regarding many cases/scenes in the drama. I STILL don't understand what was the purpose of that lesbian kissing scene in the beginning. I find it disturbing that she would randomly make out with a close same-sex friend in a public corridor/elevator. Is there a secret relationship between those two that has not been revealed? Telling from the private dinners those two have with the two young guy lawyers, it doesn't give me the feel that these female characters are lesbians. Moreover, I feel like a normal person wouldn't just do that and that gave me mixed feelings regarding Grace's character in the drama. For whatever reason it is to provide the lesbian kissing scene, the producers/scriptwriter didn't do a good enough job in explaining why that was necessary. If the producers just wanted to insert a random steamy to gain more media attention, they need to seriously stop. Also, the court scene where she was lying to frame her husband. I am still trying to figure out Grace's purpose in that. Was it out of hatred? For revenge? However, I just DON'T feel any pity for her after seeing her horny self kissing another girl. I can't figure out what kind of character she is. Not to mention, I find it distasteful that she keeps holding on to her ex-husband EVEN after they filed for divorce AND after her dad died. She seems mentally disoriented. I am still trying to find purpose in Grace's role, but instead I find a lot of contradictions with her actions. She has a diva attitude in most of her scenes that her down-to-earth scenes seem so fake. Yes, she is great in roles that require her to be flirtatious and seductive, but I don't find her emotional scenes coming from the heart. Tears can easily flow from her eyes like she's made of water. I cringe when she has scenes with Eddie Kwan especially that part where she forgot for a second that Eddie brought her home before... HOW can you forget someone that you were with for at least an hour. In my opinion, Grace Wong can't do justice for innocent roles because she always has that vixen aura. I also find that most of the cases taken by the veteran solicitors to be a joke. As much as I like the theme of this drama, the script needs lots of work.
  • I also have a lot of questions regarding many cases/scenes in the drama. I STILL don't understand what was the purpose of that lesbian kissing scene in the beginning. I find it disturbing that she would randomly make out with a close same-sex friend in a public corridor/elevator. Is there a secret relationship between those two that has not been revealed? Telling from the private dinners those two have with the two young guy lawyers, it doesn't give me the feel that these female characters are lesbians. Moreover, I feel like a normal person wouldn't just do that and that gave me mixed feelings regarding Grace's character in the drama. For whatever reason it is to provide the lesbian kissing scene, the producers/scriptwriter didn't do a good enough job in explaining why that was necessary. If the producers just wanted to insert a random steamy to gain more media attention, they need to seriously stop. Also, the court scene where she was lying to frame her husband. I am still trying to figure out Grace's purpose in that. Was it out of hatred? For revenge? However, I just DON'T feel any pity for her after seeing her horny self kissing another girl. I can't figure out what kind of character she is. Not to mention, I find it distasteful that she keeps holding on to her ex-husband EVEN after they filed for divorce AND after her dad died. She seems mentally disoriented. I am still trying to find purpose in Grace's role, but instead I find a lot of contradictions with her actions. She seems so bitchy in most of her scenes that her down-to-earth scenes seem so fake. Yes, she is great in roles that require her to be flirtatious and seductive, but I don't find her emotional scenes coming from the heart. Tears can easily flow from her eyes like she's made of water. I cringe when she has scenes with Eddie Kwan especially that part where she forgot for a second that Eddie brought her home before... HOW can you forget someone that you were with for at least an hour. In my opinion, Grace Wong can't do justice for innocent roles because she always has that vixen aura. I also find that most of the cases taken by the veteran solicitors to be a joke. As much as I like the theme of this drama, the script needs lots of work.
  • I also have a lot of questions regarding many cases/scenes in the drama. I STILL don't understand what was the purpose of that lesbian kissing scene in the beginning. I find it disturbing that she would randomly make out with a close same-sex friend in a public corridor/elevator. Is there a secret relationship between those two that has not been revealed? Telling from the private dinners those two have with the two young guy lawyers, it doesn't give me the feel that these female characters are lesbians. Moreover, I feel like a normal person wouldn't just do that and that gave me mixed feelings regarding Grace's character in the drama. For whatever reason it is to provide the lesbian kissing scene, the producers/scriptwriter didn't do a good enough job in explaining why that was necessary. If the producers just wanted to insert a random steamy to gain more media attention, they need to seriously stop. Also, the court scene where she was lying to frame her husband. I am still trying to figure out Grace's purpose in that. Was it out of hatred? For revenge? However, I just DON'T feel any pity for her after seeing her horny self kissing another girl. I can't figure out what kind of character she is. Not to mention, I find it distasteful that she keeps holding on to her ex-husband EVEN after they filed for divorce AND after her dad died. She seems mentally disoriented. I am still trying to find purpose in Grace's role, but instead I find a lot of contradictions with her actions. She seems so bitchy in most of her scenes that her down-to-earth scenes seem so fake. Yes, she is great in roles that require her to be flirtatious and seductive, but I don't find her emotional scenes coming from the heart. Tears can easily flow from her eyes like she's made of water. I cringe when she has scenes with Eddie Kwan especially that part where she forgot for a second that Eddie brought her home before... HOW can you forget someone that you were with for at least an hour. In my opinion, Grace Wong can't do justice for innocent roles because she always has that vixen aura. I also find that most of the cases taken by the veteran solicitors to be a joke. As much as I like the theme of this drama, the script needs lots of work.
  • @funnlim @funnlim I also have a lot of questions regarding many cases/scenes in the drama. I STILL don't understand what was the purpose of that lesbian kissing scene in the beginning. I find it disturbing that she would randomly make out with a close same-sex friend in a public corridor/elevator. Is there a secret relationship between those two that has not been revealed? Telling from the private dinners those two have with the two young guy lawyers, it doesn't give me the feel that these female characters are lesbians. Moreover, I feel like a normal person wouldn't just do that and that gave me mixed feelings regarding Grace's character in the drama. For whatever reason it is to provide the lesbian kissing scene, the producers/scriptwriter didn't do a good enough job in explaining why that was necessary. If the producers just wanted to insert a random steamy to gain more media attention, they need to seriously stop. Also, the court scene where she was lying to frame her husband. I am still trying to figure out Grace's purpose in that. Was it out of hatred? For revenge? However, I just DON'T feel any pity for her after seeing her horny self kissing another girl. I can't figure out what kind of character she is. Not to mention, I find it distasteful that she keeps holding on to her ex-husband EVEN after they filed for divorce AND after her dad died. She seems mentally disoriented. I am still trying to find purpose in Grace's role, but instead I find a lot of contradictions with her actions. She seems so bitchy in most of her scenes that her down-to-earth scenes seem so fake. Yes, she is great in roles that require her to be flirtatious and seductive, but I don't find her emotional scenes coming from the heart. Tears can easily flow from her eyes like she's made of water. I cringe when she has scenes with Eddie Kwan especially that part where she forgot for a second that Eddie brought her home before... HOW can you forget someone that you were with for at least an hour. In my opinion, Grace Wong can't do justice for innocent roles because she always has that vixen aura. I also find that most of the cases taken by the veteran solicitors to be a joke. As much as I like the theme of this drama, the script needs lots of work.
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