Waving aside the two EMTs who are stressing over how to transport Ya Nuo safely down the stairs, Zai Feng ignores his own bleeding arm and carries Ya Nuo down the steps.
No less stunned than Zi Han, Ya Nuo's parents finally get over their shock to affirm to Zi Han and Zai Feng that Ya Nuo really does like men.
Convinced that Ya Nuo just doesn't understand a woman's charm yet, Zi Han shows up at the company the next day to assure Ya Nuo that she has not given up yet.
After some initial resistance, the vet is persuaded by Zai Feng to make a trip to the amusement park. Before the vet could leave though he overhears Ya Nuo's phone conversation and turns around in a joyful surprise. Turns out, the vet's name is Chu Zhe Rui and he is Ya Nuo's old neighbor and her childhood friend.
Rushing to the police station just in time to see Zai Feng walking out of it, Ya Nuo convinces him that in order to "wash off the bad luck" from being hauled into the police station Zai Feng should go to a hot spring. Puzzled why Ya Nuo of all people would suggest a dip in the hot spring, Zhe Rui goes along with the group.
Ya Nuo's enjoyment over her first hot spring experience is short lived when the three boys show up and she belatedly realizes that she has mistakenly entered into the public one instead of the private one.
A bit put off by the sudden onslaught of water to his face, Zai Feng begrudging accepts Zhe Rui's explanation that he was trying to "wash" the bad luck off him.
Ha! Episode four and we already get to see the hero's shock face when he sees his "brother" dressed up as a woman?! Sigh! cheesy or not I do have to admit that Bromance hits all the right notes for me and I find myself smiling like an idiot when I watch it.
I am a bit torn to see Zhe Rui's character introduced at this point. Overshadowed by the aura of the second male lead, it is obvious that no matter how great Zhe Rui is I am not going to be cheering for him and any scenes of him is just less scenes of our two leads. However, with Zhe Rui in the picture now I am looking forward to all the necessary jealousy that Zai Feng must experience as he watches another man pay extra attention to his "brother". Yes, it would be predicable... but so awesome anyway.