TVB comedy drama Al Cappuccino <反黑路人甲> is picking up speed to prepare for its finale week. Starring Vincent Wong (王浩信) and Owen Cheung (張振朗), the drama follows an actor and a cop who go undercover to search for the truth behind the death of a triad’s dragon leader.
In the latest episode, the eldest Chiang daughter Chin Ha (Winki Lai 賴慰玲) regains consciousness after suffering a vehicle accident. She requests to see William (Vincent) and Ko Bun (Owen). She sees the injury on Ko Bun and asks for what happen, but the duo smartly avoid her questions. When William leaves, Chin Ha tells Ko Bun that the accident had made her reconsider her priorities in life, and she is considering leaving the Chiang Alliance for good. She wants Ko Bun to leave with her, but Ko Bun has his reservations.
Angel (Samantha Ko 高海寧) accepts a new film offer. Elders at the Chiang’s Alliance all have a part in the film. Unfortunately, their performances are less than stellar, and the film crew air their grievances to William. Meanwhile, Sui Jeh (Angel Chiang 蔣家旻) is suspicious of Iron Head (Otto Chan 陳志健), believing him to be the culprit behind Chin Ha’s failed assassination. Luk Chau (Brian Chu 朱敏瀚) and Ko Bun try to beat out a competition, even roping in Iron Head’s father and Alliance elder, Master Sun (David Chiang 姜大偉).
But Chin Ha is not the only assassination target—William is lured into a warehouse, unassuming. Luk Chau catches up to him in time, and catches a bullet for him.
This article is written by Addy for JayneStars.com.