TVB’s new variety show, Fun 3-1/2 Weeks <玩轉三周1/2> is a new star-studded program, featuring the guest appearances of 100 popular TVB artists. Filming clips reveal actors and actresses playing hard and having a blast, causing audience members to laugh hysterically. Fun 3-1/2 Weeks emanates TVB’s Anniversary show where men are crossed-dressed, cakes are thrown, and dialogues are improvised. Outrageously funny scenes have been revealed, with Myolie Wu (胡杏兒) nearly losing her pants in the latest episode!
Myolie’s Exposes Underwear
While acting in a skit entitled, One Step One Happiness, where the set is sloped and filled with baby power, Roger Kwok (郭晉安) accidentally stepped on Myolie Wu’s track pants. This resulted in her exposing the top half of her nude-colored and high waisted “granny” panties. Luckily for Myolie, nothing else was exposed. She later laughed at herself for being conservative and said, “I didn’t wear my leopard print underwear today. I want to make sure that this show is appropriate for all ages.” Asked whether she wears thongs, Myolie said, “No, I don’t wear that.”
In spite of the incident, Jazz Lam (林子善) continued to tease Myolie for not making it up the slope and jokingly said, “Bosco Wong (黃宗澤) is embracing another woman in Mainland China!” Myolie laughed and replied that she did not mind Jazz’s taunt.
Margie Tsang and Kate Tsui Bump Chests
In another skit, Margie Tsang (曾華倩) bumps into Kate Tsui’s (徐子珊) chest with her own. Afterward, when asked if it hurt, Kate replied, “No! I don’t know. A lot of things that didn’t happen during rehearsal happened in the live skit. I only felt it on my shoulders.” This truly showcases how unpredictable this show will be!
Kenneth Ma’s Ex-Flames Meet
When Kenneth Ma (馬國明) was interviewed regarding rumored ex-girlfriend, Margie Tsang and ex-girlfriend, Nancy Wu (胡定欣) being in the same skit, he said, “Rumored girlfriends are bound to see each other! No big deal! I also had rumors with Kate Tsui and Sharon Chan (陳敏芝)!”
Asked if Nancy was his only true girlfriend, Kenneth acted as if he were “beaten” and said, “Kill me! I don’t know how to answer!”
Timmy Hung Falls on his “Family Jewels”
Yoyo Mung (蒙嘉慧) kept pushing Timmy Hung (洪天明) while he walked on wooden stumps in one of the game segments. Asked if he had hurt his “family jewels” due to Yoyo’s rough treatment, Timmy said “No. Don’t worry. I’m still able to have kids!”
Edwin Siu (蕭正楠) latched onto Timmy’s joke about castrationto advertise for his upcoming series, The Confidant <大太監>, causing an uproar of laughter from the audience.
Michael Tse and Louis Yuen Kiss
During the show, Michael Tse (謝天華) and Louis Yuen (阮兆祥) had to put their lips together for a few seconds. After kissing, both actors were interviewed. With lipstick still on the edges of Michael’s mouth, he said, “I gave my first onscreen kiss to Louis!” Louis laughed, “I think I’ve seen you kiss Fala Chen (陳法拉) before!” Michael rebutted, “I never kissed a man!” Michael told the reporter that as difficult as it was to kiss Louis, he did it to give audience a fresh feeling. It was not too bad because it was only for a few seconds. Michael finally admitted that Yuen’s lips were really soft!
Fun 3-1/2 Weeks lives up to its name, as the number of funny moments in seems to be endless. TVB has pulled all their resources together to produce the star-studded program. Hopefully, Fun 3-1/2 Weeks will provide TVB with “sky-high” level ratings!
This article is written by Connie for JayneStars.com.
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