The long-awaited sequel to Bu Bu Jing Xin has finally finished airing and it’s safe to say the collectively consciousness is going to scrub all traces of Bu Bu Jing Qing from our memories. I left my BBJQ updates hanging once the drama started airing since it was impossible to formulate a coherent sentence when watching episode 1 alone was like experiencing a violent car accident in slow motion. I think leads Liu Shi Shi and Nicky Wu made it out being in this truly shiteous drama in one piece, with fans of their BBJX love story hopefully able to retain the pure beauty of the original despite all attempts made to stomp on it in BBJQ. The increasingly beautiful Liu Shi Shi graces the cover and pages of the June edition of Femina magazine in a damp hair all-white spread that highlights her clean graceful looks. She may not be the best actress among her generation of fantastic C-actresses but she has this ability to rise above crap and remain untouched by being in bad dramas.
BBJQ is so bad that if I was forced to choose being contracting syphilis and watching all of BBJQ, I would choose the former and undergo the painful treatment to cure myself of the disease. Watching BBJQ isn’t just wasting time with a bad show, it also tramples on all the beautiful memories and goodwill of BBJX and that is something so wrong and selfish of the production company to do for a quick buck. In my mind my 4th Prince and Ruo Xi loved and lost but will forever be untainted by going to a crazy alterna-universe modern versions of themselves in order to wallow through crap to reach a lame happy ending. Sometimes death is a release and preserves the beauty, I will always have BBJX and the lovely Shi Shi can now move on to better things ahead. She’s like a tall glass of ice water in this spread, perfect for chasing away the heat.