Episode 11 Brings Interloper and Doubts to the Burgeoning OTP Romance

It’s a testament to how much I’ve come to love the leads in Marry Me or Not that even ancillary obstacles get my goat up. I know Justin’s mother is not going to meddle in any way substantive, at least not if Justin can help it, and neither is the arrival of his law school junior in a cameo by Kimi Hsia. The real problem of these two stacked decks is how it affects Huan Huan, the girl who puts on a bitch facade with aplomb but is a marshmallow sweetie underneath.

She doesn’t really want to destroy anything in her quest for love, which means she’s no match for the truly devious out there. But even minor intrusions would be enough to ruffle the relationship because of the shaky ground that she was the former fiancee of Justin’s cousin. Not a deal breaker but also gossip fodder for two generations of Sunday dinners. I find the modern approach towards love of MMoN refreshing and realistic, and I am looking forward to how the drama deals with traditional views versus practical realities of romantic fluidity.

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Episode 11 Brings Interloper and Doubts to the Burgeoning OTP Romance — 2 Comments

  1. Such a good drama. Although the plot isn’t very thrilling or complex, the writing is so good. I laugh and cry so much every episode. Its amazing how the mood of the drama changes so smoothly from its comedic scenes to its emotional one. So scared for what will happen in the next episode though :S

  2. I’m so addicted to this drama it’s problematic. Not gonna lie, I was kinda half expecting it to disappoint me like every other Taiwanese drama that I’ve watched in the recent years but I’m so happy that it didn’t! the chemistry is so amazing I’m like low key shipping Roy and Alice now, although I’m conflicted about that happening considering Alice’s RL BF is super sweet and Roy kinda has a bad reputation with dating his costars….

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