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Thursday, December 2, 2010

Show Me the Happy

Title: Show Me the Happy
Chinese Title: 依家有喜 []
Cast: Roger Kwok, Bernice Liu, Michelle Yim, Paul Chun, Annie Liu, Benz Hui, Derek Kok, Sandy Lau, Lam Sau Yi, Auston Lam, So Yan Chi, Catherine Chau, Annie Chong, Li Fung, Lui Man Kit, Lee Ka, Law Ho Kai, Jenny Fan, Mark Ma, Calvin Chan,Calvin Lui Hei, Janice Ting, Seng Oi Lam, Kerry Chan, Lydia Law, Natalie Wong.etc
Episodes: 80
Broadcast: 11/29/2010 [Sitcom]
Genre: Modern/Drama
Producer: Poon Ka Tak
Theme: Its Sung by Bernice Liu [will be updated]


'Family Style' dedicated medical clinic is ran by the Chai's family three siblings after the death of their parents. Oldest sister CHAI CHUEN (Michelle Yim) deals with all the administrative management of the clinic. Second sister and an obstetrician CHAI YUI (Annie Liu has high expectations on all people and situations. Third brother and a pediatrician CHAI JEUNG (Roger Kwok) is frivolous. The three siblings treat their colleagues just like family.

In addition to the three siblings there is retired surgeon oldest brother-in-law (Paul Chun), the accomplished plastic surgeon who is heads over heels for the second sister, the undercover pretty nurse (Bernice Liu) and the next generation family physicians and clinic staff. The complicated and subtle relationships causes different small life stories. The so-called "doctors cannot be self-doctor", the group of elite physicians have to face their own personality flaws, human weaknesses and if you want a cure, what kind of effective strategy do you have?

The daily battle of wits in the clinic between the sisters CHUEN and YUI leaves little brother JEUNG stuck in the middle with a headache. In the early years, oldest sister CHUEN was forced to give up her doctor career and becomes a nurse to look after the family. She paid for her two younger siblings' medical education with the money earned. When the siblings started their own family practice, the two sisters had conflicts and arguments due to their different statuses. Often questions like "Are you the older sister or am I the older sister?" and "Are you the doctor or am I the doctor?" comes up in the arguments.

Credit to Asianfanatics

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