Their feelings confirmed once again, it is obvious that both Man An and Ying Jie are starting to bond. It is interesting to note that while Man An is getting more playful with Ying Jie, Ying Jie is showing a bit of his chauvinistic side (Drama male chauvinistic is usually seem as a sign the guy actually cares... doesn't usually work that way in real life but there you go.) as he seems to finally accept that Man An is really his. Depending on how far Ying Jie takes his new change, thus far it is a welcoming sight to see our hero finally asserting his manliness a bit.
Toying with Man An who promises to do anything to show her repentance, the customer demands that Man An finishes a HUGE glass of beer. Seeing no other way to fix her mistake Man An starts to drink the beer only to be interrupted when Ying Jie walks in with Daddy Zhen. Apologizing in Man An's stead, Ying Jie drinks the beer for Man An.
Called into the living room by Daddy Zhen, Man An gets a tongue lashing for the embarrassment she caused. Shaking his head in disappointment, Daddy Zhen says "What Ying Jie needs is a secretary who will help him solve crisis not one that will create them." Ouch, but I actually agrees with Daddy Zhen's words. I am starting to be impatient with Man An's ability to cause trouble as well.
Man An shows up at Ying Jie's room the next day to check on him but ends up being a bit timid when she faces a cold Ying Jie for the very first time. Admitting that he is angry, Ying Jie tells Man An while he can be accepting of her in every way privately, but as his secretary he can't have her rushing off creating trouble without talking to him.
Ying Jie replies "I am trying to protect her. Plus this is my way of training her as well."
Hesitating, Xuan Xuan warns "Oh, I get it. You were pretty harsh with me when you first trained me. But Man An is not just your secretary."
Smiling, Ying Jie assures Xuan Xuan "Yes, I know. So I won't be as harsh with her as I was with you. I will be more gentle."
Jokingly huffy, Xuan Xuan replies "Zhen Ying Jie, it really won't do to be so honest."
Despite Ying Qian's claim of innocence, he still got slapped for the kiss.
Finally figuring out for himself that he must like Yu Ching after all, Ying Qian decides to pursue her with his usual gusto.
ps. Ying Qian didn't get slapped the third time, because his mother walked in just then.
Now that she knows the real reason Li Qi broke up with her, Man Li is caught between her lingering feelings for Li Qi and the feelings she has already developed for Shang De. Overwhelmed with guilt that she could like two men at the same time, Man Li decides to wipe the slate clean and tells both guys that she is simply not ready for a relationship at this time.
Stunned to see Man Li so angry, Li Qi and Shang De quickly bid Man Li goodbye.
Sitting together for a drink, Li Qi and Shang De decide to patch up their differences by agreeing they will start competing for Man Li's heart in a way that wouldn't put pressure on her.
There! Li Qi is back in the game. Sigh! I am still shipping Man Li with Shang De but after this week's episode I am starting to be okay with whoever Man Li chooses.
As for Ying Jie and Man An's romance, I am really hoping the writer will stop making Man An into a trouble magnet. I know Man An's character is just suppose to be kinda of a naive forthright girl but as a viewer I can only handle so much bumbling mistakes before I start wondering what Ying Jie sees in her.