“Come Home Love” Parodies Jacqueline Wong’s Scandal

A recent episode of the sitcom parodies the real-life scandal.

Viewers of long-running TVB sitcom Come Home Love: Lo and Behold <愛.回家之開心速遞> might have felt a bout of deja vu, as a recent episode parodied Jacqueline Wong‘s (黃心穎) cheating scandal which shocked Hong Kong in April. A recent episode focusing on Sai Long Sang (played by Hoffman Cheng 鄭世豪) sharing a car ride with Cherry was unmistakably similar to the real-life scandal.

In the particular episode, starlet Cherry enters the same cab with a very drunk Sai Long Sang, despite a friend’s objection. During the ride, Cherry flirts verbally and initiates bodily contact. Unknowingly, their intimate actions are captured on camera by the driver in the front seat, who later auctions it for a huge sum of $30 million HKD.

The incriminating video was uploaded on the Internet and the news of Sai Long Sang cheating on his wife Jenny spread around the company quickly. Sai Long Sang is so troubled that his hair turns white overnight, and later holds a press conference where he did a 90-degree bow and apologized. The character even repeated the same memorable phrase Andy Hui (許志安) uttered at the press conference in real life – “I am a man who has gone bad!”

Sharp-eyed viewers quickly saw the numerous similarities between the onscreen plot and Andy Hui-Jacqueline Wong cheating scandal in real life. These coincidences include how the incident happened after an alcohol-induced evening, how the female was the one who made the first moves in the cab, and how the driver’s secret video was the crux to exposing the scandal in both cases.

Source: Ming Pao

This article is written by JoyceK for JayneStars.com.

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  1. This is actually funny but so wrong in so many ways. Parties that were involved and parties that were affected by it are still trying to move forward. Andy and Jac cheated. Yes it was wrong. They admitted their wrong doing and move on. Lots of celebrities in the US cheats and they move on. Not quite sure why HK entertainment keeps holding on to this? I feel like their intention is to do more damage….

  2. This is unnecessary in my opinion. I don’t think this issue needs to be revisited over and over like it has been, not defending the parties involved who cheated, but people and life moves on. It just feels like a parody of it is a bit much when it’s been two months lol.

  3. Another cheap jab from TVB on Jacqueline to try to garner higher rating. This is so low, considering that Jacqueline was once a rising “star” at TVB. If this is how they treat Jacqueline, I can’t imagine how they treat their green leaf actors. By the looks of it, Jacqueline has no chance of ever returning (not that I ever cared anyway).

    I don’t understand why people still support this rubbish company. They lack morals and ethics. Hong Kong’ers should be ashamed that TVB is a representation of HK entertainment.

    1. @passingby2 I loved that he needed to hand himself to police because he wasn’t wearing a seatbelt the entire ride home.

      Seatbelts, that’s the important public service announcement in this episode!

  4. I think some people here are a bit overly sensitive. Yes, its bad they took this scandal and made a parody but we cannot deny it never happened. I find it hilarious and entertaining the scenes lol

  5. This sitcom parodied a lot of trendy things. I didn’t catch all the episodes, but, I remember one time they parodied the popular JDrama ‘Ossan’s Love’.

    I agree that this parody is hilarious especially the seat belt apology part. 😀

  6. Kinda low considering one up and coming actress is now basically gone and forever.

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