• @theyenman Hi. How do you know that some people are not offending about the skimpy bikinis in those beauty pageants? They didn't say anything doesn't mean that they are ok with them. I haven't watched any of those "beauty pageants" for a long time. We all have our own opinions about things. We all should respect other people's opinions also.
  • @msxie0714 Who said Americans are open minded when it comes to sexuality, and what does that have to do with this thread? If you think making a snide comment about Americans will offend me, I assure you it won't. I'm not even American. All I'm saying is, some people here seem to be offended by these photos, yet have no issues seeing women trot out on the stage in skimpier bikinis, advertising their three sizes. It's like selling meat at a meat market, yet I don't see any uproar over it. Every year, it's about who's "ugly" or who's "good looking" in stories about the next crop of Miss HK contestants. Heck, wasn't one of them praised for doing a stripper routine on a pole? How's that not sexual, and how are people not all in a huff about that?
  • @theyenman Yet so many open-minded Americans bash Kim Kardashian for taking every opportunity she can get to share pics of her nude body with the public.
  • @theyenman and I couldn't agree with you more on those Ms HK/beauty pageants where the contestants wore less. Some of their teeny weeny bikini is so exposed. I thought her shots were nicely done and she looks gorgeous.
  • @theyenman indeed. I thought those pictures were beautiful. She looks gorgeous as well. Can't understand why they were bashed so much sigh
  • Dang, some people here really are conservative huh? They're celebrating the human body, and not meant to be sexual. I don't see what the big deal is. The photos seem pretty tasteful IMO. You see more skin on a Miss/Mr HK contest. Now those shows are degrading. It's basically trotting out men / women to be judged on their appearance, yet people don't seem to have a problem with that.
  • When I was a kid, I always thought "Category III" films were considered HK pornography. Now that I'm an adult, and looking back, they're actually tame and no more exposing than a regular R rated film here in the West. Guess Asian culture is still pretty conservative when it comes to these things, but I pretty much think Cat III films aren't that big a deal. Of course, if you ask my parents though, they still think make such a big deal of it if someone's ever been in one.
  • Her old photo she kind of looks like Chrissie Chau
  • Wait, so he's up against a celebrity chef who's basically the opposite; a chef who became a celebrity rather than a celebrity that became a chef. Seems a little lopsided if you ask me. It's like asking David to be in an acting competition with Nic. Ah well, guess you have to take what you can get.
  • Guess at the end of everything, Linda didn't win any awards for her career at TVB. Nor did she really deserve any. She's not a bad actress, but not really good either. Just kind of mediocre. I still chuckle at Jeremy's whole get up. Dude's fashion seems to be stuck in the 80's/90's. His barber should really convince him the mullet went away with jean jackets and Firebirds / Trans Ams. Think Linda should really convince him to go for a makeover so he looks less like her uncle and more like her husband.
  • Maybe I'm just getting too old, but IMO, a well fitted normal tux would have outshone anything the guys tried pulling. Their fashion sense is just terrible.
  • I must say, I quite enjoyed this drama. Credit where credit is due, they actually took chances creatively. Whether it all resonated with the audience or not, at least they tried it out. I can see how people like my parents may not like this drama, because it steps a bit outside the formulaic nature of most TVB shows, but I thought it was well done. The characters were great. Definitely the highlight was Moses and Ali IMO. I think Moses stole each scene he was in. The one thing I didn't like or get was the 180 switch in personality with Bobby's daughter, and then 180 switch back in the end the wrap everything up. At first, I was suspecting she was in a body swap mini plot herself, but turns out she's just a bad person. And that kind of went against the first half of her character, so that didn't make any sense to me. Oh well, it was only a minor annoyance as she was a minor character anyways.
  • Am I the only one who thinks the guy looks like Edisen Chen?
  • This series looks like the exact same formula for the first two installments. Someone eats a dead cat for something they didn't do and gets all the blame, while silently taking it. A lot of yelling ensues, and then the truth gets uncovered, dead cat eater is vindicated, and audience feels good. Rinse and repeat. Oh, and sprinkle in cheesy "family moments" where they have a stupid saying or a dumb little jingle between them, and boom! We have HOG3.
  • Kenneth Ma is so skinny. Guy probably looks like Slender Man without is shirt on lol.
  • Lol, is that his real English name? How the heck do you even pronounce that? and Why Epaphras? Why not name yourself Googlypoo? It's just as stupid ha ha.
  • @creditor Huh, I didn't realize one's ability to act and host directly correlates to how a good partner that person is. Who knew. Guess other than actors and hosts, the rest of us make for lousy partners.
  • @creditor Kudos to you man for your dedicated troll job. I'm to the point where if there comes a day when you stop posting the same drivel on any Linda Chung news, I'll be sorely disappointed that you've wavered from your dedicated crusade. Continue to keep up the good fight bro!
  • You guys make it sound like every relationship is expected to last. Fact of the matter is, people break up all the time. They tried it for 3 years, and it didn't work out, so they broke up amicably. There doesn't always have to be a good guy and a bad guy in the breakup. Both parties were probably looking for different things.
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