It’s the rare Taiwan idol drama that doesn’t end in a wedding. I don’t mean just having a happily ever after, TW-dramas are awesome in always wrapping it up in a big bow in the form of a wedding. It might sound trite but goodness these dramas are always the exact same thing just repackaged differently so why bother even ending in an original way. Just You (Just Want to Make You Fall in Love with Me) has been one of those dramas that has thrown in every kitchen sink element and still I don’t remember what happened seconds after watching it. I still hung around and watched it all while it aired, which either says I have too much free time (NO) or there was something rather entertaining about all this incompetence (YES). Aaron Yan and Puff Guo had a solid first outing together, and for her it was a validation that she could be the female lead. SETTV loves to recycle popular onscreen pairings so don’t be surprised to see Aaron and Puff headlining a Sunday night prime time SETTV drama soon. I really liked them together, but I think their characters and the chemistry helped a lot. Aaron as the uptight boss, Puff as the spirited gung-ho employee, the living together and working together hijinks. It was all so easily stacked together to let an hour a week fly by. I would have enjoyed it much more had the drama not introduced the horrible second female lead, character and actress, who is one of the worst actresses ever to act. Though conversely second male lead Dean sorta made up for it by being supremely awesome all the way through. The drama wraps up this week with a double wedding in the works. LOL, I totally forget the other work place couple was technically still hanging around and will need their happily ever after now that the Boss has taken down the no dating at work rule. I think Puff looks adorable, with the short dress a great choice to match her character’s personality, not to mention Puff’s short hair. I think her wedding hairstyle is darling, though I would have loved it if the production changed up Aaron’s ginormous airplane hanger forehead bangs. Mid-way through the drama it started to get out of control and then sometimes I would sit back wonder how much hairspray it took to keep it at that 90 degree angle jutting out. JY turned out to be an inoffensive trifle that seemed to bring fun to audience and cast members alike. That counts as a win in my book.