In fact, Justin tells Vivienne that the boy has liked her for a very long time but he himself doesn't even know it. Looking at Vivienne sincerely, Justin pleads "When you meet him again, he will say a lot of hurtful things, criticize you and even tell you he doesn't like you, but all those things are not true...because he likes you, a lot."
Her womanly sixth sense alarm blaring loudly in her ears, instead of charging into the cafe to confront Justin, Vivienne chooses to simply walk away.
Leaving a dazed Justin, a confident Vivienne shares with the audience that the key to combating possible mistresses is to outplay the mistress.
Skillfully getting Justin's assistant on her side, Vivienne successfully gets the contact information of the cafe girl, Jing Ru, who turns out to be a junior Justin knew from his collage days.
Flashing a big smile when Vivienne introduces herself as Justin's girlfriend, Jing Ru assures Vivienne that nothing is between her and Justin...even if she did like him back in their days. Seeing the disbelief in Vivienne's expression, Jing Ru suggests that the easiest way to prove her words is to call Justin out to meet with them.
The universe seemingly conspiring against him, Justin is dismayed when his mother plops right down on the seat immediately after Jing Ru takes her leave. As expected, Mama Hao still dislikes Vivienne vehemently and pointedly tells her son of her plan to set up marriage meets for him.
Shaking off Justin's hand when he catches up with her, Vivienne starts to cry as she vents "There are a lot of times when I am afraid. When I don't even know how we can go on. But I tell myself to be strong and hang on because I know compares to those obstacles it is more important to me to be next to you."
Bidding a quiet goodnight after driving Vivienne home, the feeling of hopelessness overwhelms Justin. In a voice over, Justin confesses "She cried for a long time in front of me. I really wanted to comfort her. I wanted to tell her I am sorry and that it was all my fault. But in the end, I didn't say anything. I knew she would stop crying if I just say I am sorry...but not crying doesn't mean she is not sad. She would force herself to smile because she doesn't want me to feel bad or feel guilty, instead she would simply swallow all those tears that made my heart break."
Staring at the text message Vivienne sent him, Justin doesn't seem anymore relieved to read her words "I am okay, don't worry. Get some rest." but instead vows to himself that he will do better than just simply saying "I am sorry" to make up to Vivienne for all the fear and pain he has brought her.
Turning his eyes to his very confused sister, Justin says "Maybe you are right that Vivienne and I are not a good match with each other. Letting go might make my life easier and smoother. However, a life without Vivienne is not what I want. I might lose some of the things I wanted before by being with her, but there are also things I can only get with her by my side."
Taking Vivienne to the river side where he used to play as a child, Justin slowly picks up the trash that are littered about and recounts how the pollution of his once happy retreat caused him to develop a dream of being an environmental superhero...but he failed.
Bending down to pick up the trash as well, Vivienne declares "Who said you failed. The trash you couldn't finish picking up I will help you pick it all up. The dream that you couldn't achieve, I will achieve it with you."
Stunned when Vivienne immediately replies "I don't want that," Justin is moved when Vivienne explains "The more you talk like this, the more I don't want to stop you from accomplishing your goal. So, I will go with you to Singapore."
Sharing a tender moment as Vivienne replies with her own "I love you", our two leads shares a kiss.
Her jittery heart beating wildly when Qian Yao asks her out for lunch, Sheng Nan is mildly surprised when Qian Yao takes her to his house. Seeing Sheng Nan's puzzlement of how empty his house is, Qian Yao tells Sheng Nan about his difficult childhood as an illegitimate child trying to survive in his rich father's household and his subsequent habit of keeping his life to a bare minimum because of it.
So, the jerk CEO Jin is Qian Yao's half brother.
Moved to tears by Qian Yao's story, Sheng Nan smiles and agrees to Qian Yao's proposal that if he follows her suggestion of getting a TV, she will be the one to come watch it with him.
Staying out of sight as he watches Justin and Vivienne walk away, Qian Yao smiles. So, Qian Yao is obviously the one that got Vivienne's old company to drop their lawsuit in order to make sure nothing stood in the way of Vivienne working with his company/older brother.
Driven crazy by jealousy as his imagination goes into overdrive, Justin tries to tell Vivienne on the phone that he is rethinking his refusal but Vivienne just assures him that she completely understands why he doesn't want to go and quickly hangs up. Ha, she is such a fox sometimes.
Totally enjoying himself thinking he is torturing Qian Yao, CEO Jin only reacts with amusement when Justin warns him about the repercussions of sexual harassment.
Pleased to see Justin speaking up for her, Vivienne teases her still frustrated boyfriend about how jealous he is.
Wiping away the hopeless look on his face as CEO Jin walks away, Qian Yao smirks .
I really wanted to like Qian Yao for Sheng Nan's sake... but it is getting REALLY difficult. We did finally find out Qian Yao's back story, but while I do feel some sympathy for what he must've suffered as a child I still don't see that as an excuse for using Vivienne...especially if he knows how far his half brother would go.
For Sheng Nan's benefit, I do hope she finds out quickly what Qian Yao is up to and maybe then we could see if there really is hope of a happy ending between them.
Our poor two leads. There seems to be plenty of new obstacles surfacing left and right when the old problems are just snowballing as well. Problems aside though, I do really like Justin and Vivienne's interaction with each other and it certainly helps when I always melt in a puddle whenever Justin (and Vivienne for that matter) goes on one of his long voice over speeches.