It was a major disappointment, to say the least. I was actually looking forward to seeing this one, that was why it got to me more than it should have, considering how TVB series these days are. I didn’t mind all the randomness, because hello–the title. What I minded was how some of the things didn’t fit.
- Johnson Lee as Sit Dan Yan (薛丹仁). A police officer but often relied on some fortune telling techniques to solve cases. Okay, that would be underestimating him too much since he was actually quite good with the required police investigating skills. He was brilliant. However, whenever he was stuck, like trying to figure out if someone was still alive or others’ locations, he used the alternative method. What was a bit disappointing about him was his physical abilities. Like he wasn’t too good with fighting or chasing. Okay, he could give a chase, but he wasn’t really up to it. First time leading? It seemed so. I wasn’t paying attention. I was excited but felt a bit disappointed. Maybe he was a bit trying. Perhaps pressures? I felt his best scene was when he found out his childhood friend was already gone–or more like not whom he imagined to be. That was tragic and his reactions said it all, because how he had tried to find the young boy all these years.
- Joey Meng as Che Gwai Fei (車季菲). A madam role for Joey. She didn’t disappoint in being fierce and all since it seemed to be a typical role for her. However, she was a bit uncomfortable–or so it seemed–for scenes with Johnson, especially when they were being close. I thought their chemistry would be awesome (after all of those rumors flying around during filming and all), but it seemed disappointing. And Joey was an awesome actress way back when. She hadn’t slipped so what was up?
- Oscar Leung as Leung Sing Kau (梁醒裘). Beyond silly and random like some of the people in here. But he didn’t disappoint.
- Fred Cheng as Che Kwai Kwan (車季君). Being the youngest in the house, he had to be more easygoing. He–and his second sister–were too sheltered and protected by his oldest sister. He was easygoing for the majority of the time, except near the end when he wanted to prove himself. It made sense since Gwai Fei had to learn and let go–with them being all grown up already. Fred, once again, didn’t disappoint.
- Rebecca Zhu as Tit Leung Chi (鐵良芷). I found her awesome and powerful at first with her speed and capabilities. Yet later, she was so random like the majority of them already.
- Sisley Choi as Sou Sin Man (蘇倩敏). Bubbly and funny. At first, I thought she was nuts. Indeed she was in a way. Yet she was quite cute. She disappeared (or was not mentioned anymore) after a case but appeared later on again to participate in a case and eventually began dating Kwai Kwan.
- Harriet Yeung as Che Gwai Mei (車季美). She was another crazy character. She was probably my other favorite female character aside from Gwai Fei and Sin Man. Her sense of humor and outlook on life was what kept her going. She was capable within her newspaper place hence being given some of the toughest assignments.
- William Chak as Roy Caa Gam Loi (查淦萊). I don’t know what to say about him. Yes, he was indeed a hardworking person and knew what he was doing. Yet I didn’t really think much of him in the overall picture.
- Law Lok Lam as Ha Man Zik (夏文值). This was probably one of his recent worth-mentioning roles. Because he was awesome in here yet also possessed a great sense of humor. It was hard not to have a sense of humor, considering how he lived with two of the craziest guys. He was also a talented chef. What was funnier was how he was too talented hence the two women fought over him, time after time. He was tired of it but wasn’t able to do anything.
- Mimi Chu as Fong Yuen Yuen (方圓圓). Funny but could be wise at times. She was leading the cops after all so couldn’t be too silly. She had her moments when she wanted to pursue Zik Gor Gor. (LOL!)
- Mak Ling Ling as Sofia. Another silly character. She was best friends with Fong Yuen Yuen once upon a time yet they fell out due to some guy. Yes, typical story. But somehow they managed to get along somewhat later. Still, they couldn’t just quit fighting over Zik Gor Gor.
- Helena Law Lan as (莊夢蝶). Sit Dan Yan’s mother. Although she was a fortune teller but didn’t possess the skills like her son. So her skills were minimal to say the least. She hated Gwai Fei at first but later learned to get along with her and even ended up liking her. Of course, after all, Gwai Fei had done for Dan Yan, she was touched.
- Chan Wing Chun as Mak (麥乃生). Nosy gangster boss usually circulating the tea house. It was hilarious even if his role was yet another random one.
- Candice Chiu as Shirley. She actually already passed away (or more like killed and got her identity taken). I felt it was tragic how things turned out. I didn’t think it was fair to blame them. ‘Cause they lost their parents at an early age and then later lived with relatives who abused them (just because they were different and wasn’t able to change who they was), then his only way out–or so he thought was to have an operation. I didn’t think it was their fault ultimately how things turned out. They were just trying to cling on to the last bit of his past. Sure, at first I hated Shirley for being so scheming, but after I learned the truth, it was so sad. I didn’t like it that they blamed him for the ending. Okay, maybe Dan Yan’s mother blamed him, but I thought it was too sad. It needed more closure than that. Regardless, Candice did a good job here.
- Rosanne Lui as Chan Yiu Ngo (陳兆娥).
- Hebe Chan as Cheung Oi Lam (張愛琳).
- Lam King Kong as Yeung (楊劍洪).
- Sam Tsang as (成在天). Haven’t seen him in ages. Can’t believe he has returned to TVB.
- Leo Lee as (袁尚風).
- Cheung Kwok Keung as (鐵石琛). Um, random role much? He’s Leung Chi’s father. He was arrogant in a way and didn’t care much for others, except what he had to say or what was important to him.
Recommended? Not really. Unless you want to see for yourself. OR you just don’t mind a random drama.