Episode 5 Recap: HERE
Episode 6 starts off with a brief lesson from Vivienne about how jealousy could become the spice that sweetens a romance.
Completed moved by Vivienne's trust, Shu Hong decides not to meet with his ex-girlfriend and becomes even more convinced that Vivienne is the best girlfriend in the world.
Smiling triumphantly, Vivienne declares (to the audience) that a girl as smart as her would never lose to such thing as jealousy.
Coming out of her hiding place the moment Vivienne is gone, Sheng Nan vents her disbelief that her brother actually spent the night with her arch enemy.
While her nemesis is working hard to debunk her, a rather dazed Vivienne is wondering why she got so jealous over Sheng Nan the night before and what is that bubbling happiness when Justin gave her his house key.
Completely taken off guard by Qian Yao's unexpected appearance, Sheng Nan's body jumps into action before she can stop herself. Belatedly realizing that she has just ran away... yet again (she did this before during her high school days), Sheng Nan smacks herself in embarrassment.
Qian Yao and Vivienne's word play is interrupted when CEO Jin walks in. His interest definitely piqued as he bids Vivienne goodbye, CEO Jin patronizingly orders Qian Yao to arrange a dinner with Vivienne.
Speechless that Justin calls him out just to stew over a glass of orange juice (his arm is still in a cast so no beer), Jin Fa (hero's resident therapist/friend) pleads with Justin to tell him how far things has progressed between him and Vivienne. Instead of talking about Vivienne though, Justin starts talking about the first girl he liked. Not realizing Justin is really talking about the young Vivienne, Jin Fa is amazed as Justin tells him that he didn't pursue the girl at that time because "she was different then I imaged. She wanted to steal and fight over everything. She is willing to use anything and anyone to achieve her desire. She wouldn't even give up the boy her best friend liked."
All but booting Vivienne out of his house the moment she wakes up, Justin ignores Vivienne's heavy hints for him to say something and sends her home on a taxi.
Throwing herself on the bed, Vivienne for the life of her can't figure out why Justin has suddenly gone from being unwilling to let her go that morning to pushing her out of the door that night. Jumping with excitement to pick up her ringing phone, Vivienne smiles with happiness when Justin blames his unusual attitude on work and invites her to dinner the next night.
Totally ignorant that his sister has just sabotaged his relationship, Justin is disappointed when Vivienne cancels their date with the excuse of having to work.
Despite her determination to break up just a few moments ago, Vivienne is deeply moved that Justin has arranged a whole date based on a casual joke she made about wanting a man to show up in a limousine and take her to a far away planet. I love Justin's explanation that he taking her on a more "energy efficient = bike ride" sort of date.
Flustered, Vivienne replies "Um... I forgot. It was probably something unimportant. You just need to remember that I was really happy today."
Bidding each other goodbye, our two leads' lovely day sudden takes a drastic dive when both of them notice Shu Hong standing in front of Vivienne's home. Angry and frustrated after a short argument with Shu Hong (who is trying to get her to take him back), Vivienne gets back into the limousine and doesn't notice how panicked Justin was. He was afraid Shu Hong would see him and his real identity as Sheng Nan's brother would be out.
While Justine's goal of comforting Vivienne did work to an extent but it actually did a better job in freaking Vivienne out as she realizes her plan of revenge has gone awry and she has grown attached to Justin.
Unable to stop the tears that are coming, Vivienne makes the difficult decision that she has to stop this foolish relationship so she could start searching for a real love that belongs to her.
Stunned when Vivienne asks for a break up, Justin demands to know what Vivienne's reasons are. Admitting freely that she is consumed by jealousy over his relationship with Sheng Nan, Vivienne tells Justin "I had always thought it was about Sheng Nan, but I was wrong. It was really about you. If I keep going like this, I am afraid one day I might really fall in love with you."
In a very quiet voice, Justin asks "Why would you be afraid to fall in love with me."
Taking a deep breath, Vivienne replies "Because I feel that you've never really liked me."
Pulling Vivienne to him, Justin declares "Who says I have never liked you?" Softly kissing Vivienne, Justin mutters "Not only do I like you, but I have already started to fall in love with you."
The camera pulls back as the carousel starts to twirl again while our two leads kiss.
Question of the hour: How steady can you be if you have to kiss on a moving carousel?? I just can't help it but wonder...
Compare to the previous episodes this hour is more lacking on the heart pounding scenes but I rather liked it because our two leads are finally taking off their masks. My favorite part in episode 6 is probably when Justin talked about his high school crush on Vivienne and his obvious puzzlement on his own mental state when he finds himself falling in love with a "bad" woman not just once but twice.
Which of course just makes me REALLY curious about what exactly happened between Qian Yao and Vivienne since it seems obvious Sheng Nan must've made the wrong assumption during her high school days that both lost herself a best friend but also a girlfriend for her brother. .