Kate Tsui Uses Sexual Relations With 64-Year-Old Boss to Advance Career in “Lives of Omission”
Lives of Omission <潛行狙擊>has been airing in Hong Kong for one week, capitalizing on the popularity of Michael Tse’s (謝天華)“Laughing Gor” character. The first week of broadcast had average ratings of 29 points, peaking at 33 points.
The current installment of Lives of Omission was not a continuation of its predecessor, E.U. <學警狙擊>. As the newly added villain, Bosco Wong (黄宗澤), shares numerous screen time with Michael Tse in Lives of Omission. Although such scenes were attractive, the real climax rested on Kate Tsui’s (徐子珊) character, who was Bosco’s lawyer girlfriend. To push her career higher, Kate used sexual relations with her boss, Yu Yeung (于洋) to her advantage. In addition, Bosco will take Fala Chen’s (陳法拉) character as hostage, which will likely lead to her death. As a result, Fala may not be included in the upcoming Laughing Gor film in September.
Kate Tsui Collects Yu Yeung’s Semen Sample
To establish her name in the legal world, Kate Tsui decided to seek the mentorship of Yu Yueng, a lawyer who specialized in defending triad members. In an interview, Yu Yeung revealed the critical plot points, “Ho Ho (Kate Tsui’s character) wished to advance her career and was willing to exchange herself for it. However, Ho Ho did not truly engage in sexual relations with me. She secretly drugged me and arranged to have another woman substitute her in bed. Ho Ho even collected a sample of my semen to blackmail me!”
Triad member, Bosco Wong, thought that Kate and Yu Yueng shared sexual relations. When Bosco discovered that Yu Yueng was not a licensed barrister, Bosco vowed to destroy the man and his reputation. Kate and Yu Yeung’s bed scenes were eagerly anticipated by everyone. However, Yu Yeung said, “We only touched upon the scene briefly. We only touched each other’s faces and did not even kiss. I’m 64-years-old already! Even if I wanted to film passionate scenes, I’m an old man now and can’t handle them anymore!”
Kate and Bosco’s Relationship
In episode three of Lives of Omission, Kate was willing to trade her body as a form of tuition reimbursement to repay Bosco Wong’s financing of her university expenses. Many netizens praised Kate for her passionate scene. Although Kate loved and hated Bosco’s character, the pair became sexual partners and eventually got married.
Fala Chen’s Tragic Death
Portraying Michael Tse’s superior in the police department, Fala Chen’s initial dislike changed to love towards him. The pair shared frequent intimate scenes and Michael often saved Fala’s character from danger. In one attempted rape scene, Michael confronted a group of triad members and rescued Fala Chen. Although Fala escaped a rape attempt, her character did not have a good ending. Bosco took Fala hostage and pushed her off a rail. Unfortunately, Laughing Gor witnessed Fala falling to her death!
New Laughing Gor Film
In September 2011, Shaw Brothers will film a new Laughing Gor movie, which will focus on Michael, Bosco, and Kate’s characters. Due to the death of Fala’s character in Lives of Omission, she will not be featured in the film version. The new Laughing Gor film will be handled by TVB Producer, Tommy Leung (梁家樹), and Eric Tsang(曾志偉). Although the film centers on Laughing Gor, the main goal was to boost the popularity of Bosco Wong. In the new film, Bosco’s screen time may even supersede Michael!