Awwww, so much love. It was totally worth it for me spending so much time following Miss Rose despite all signs pointing to a drastic decline in quality right about now. This drama was always about spending time together and not in the few manufactured conflicts, except now it’s all about the manufactured conflicts and not enough time together. Puff Guo is a sweet girl but its going to take me some time before I don’t instinctively want to punch her in the face when I see her onscreen. Ugh, Vivian. Tia Li’s bad girl got a last minute redemption in Office Girls and that strangely didn’t bother me despite loathing her during the majority of the run. But here I got want Vivian gone, written off the show even if the excuse they give is that she got syphilis and is now in a nunnery in the South of France. If the last few episodes are all happy times between Si Yi and Cheng Kuan, with more funny interludes with the Luo family, then I will be thoroughly content. The drama wrapped filming a few days ago and the cast and crew gathered for the end of production party. I have no idea why Megan Lai has that odd hairstyle and is wearing a sweater muu muu, but everyone else looks relaxed and in a playful mood. Roy Qiu confessed to sleeping for two days straight after he wrapped production but joked it still wasn’t enough. I know they both worked so hard since they carried the show so I’m glad Miss Screw has finally gotten married and everyone gets a pat on the back for a job well done.