The wannabe rebellious sister of Chen Xin Yi’s drags Xin Yi to the boat station. The station is closed, stranding them in the bitter coldness in the dead of the night. Ji Cun Xi undergoes the trouble of driving out and finding the two runaways, but pride kept him in his car watching the two shivering in the cold. Out of nowhere, Xin Yi jumps up, remembering that she had forgotten to bring the cupid doll souvenir from the Hong Kong trip with her.
Cun Xi sees an old man selling yam on the street and gets an idea. He asks the man to give two yams to the two mothers. That yam seller must be in some serious hardship to be selling food at that kind of hour. After seeing the two sisters eating away happily, Cun Xi decides to stay with them. Bored of watching, he takes our Dr. Hao’s book and starts to read and manages to fall asleep. While Cun Xi is drifting into dreamland, Stephen Chou’s men “invite” Xin Yi and her sister “for coffee”.
In the morning, when Cun Xi wakes up, both Feng Jiao and Xin Yi are gone. Cun Xi assumes the two have already gone on the boat to go back to Jiang Mu Island. He turns his head and expectantly sees Wu Qi Qi who comes to Taipei to look for his wife. Wu Qi Qi greets Cun Xi and thanks him for coming to the dock to pick up his sister-in-law. Cun Xi is in a hurry to ask for Dr. Hao’s help before the medical conference. To save time, he brings Wu Qi Qi with him.
In a deserted warehouse, Feng Jiao and Xin Yi are seated in front of a table of two cakes, two meters away from Stephen Chou. Stephen Chou mistaken Feng Jiao as Cun Xi’s wife and tells her that the reason he invites them two here today is to discuss her husband’s misconduct. Feng Jiao perks up at the idea of discussing her husband. The supposedly heavy atmosphere of a kidnap turns into a complain session the moment Feng Jiao opens her mouth. The next thing you know, she’s calling Stephen Chou her friend and introducing this new friend to Xin Yi. What a great way to shorten the distance between two strangers.
On the other hand, Cun Xi gives it another try with Dr. Hao. His impressive reading speed gains himself five minutes with Dr. Hao. As Cun Xi discusses his epiphany from the readings, his phone goes off. It’s Stephen Chou telling Cun Xi to go to the warehouse. He leaves Dr. Hao at the spot and drives away with Wu Qi Qi at top speed to save their wives.
Arriving at the warehouse, what can’t be excluded is a looooooong fight where the two heroes – Ji Cun Xi and Wu Qi Qi – get bruises and black eye from the flying fists during the combat to save their precious wives. The fight ends with Wu Qi Qi hitting Stephen Chou in the head with a golf club, sending him down to the floor, mud-eating style. After the fight and flight, Feng Jiao experiences a sharp sensation of pain in her lower abdomen. Time for delivery. In the midst of chaos, Cun Xi calls Dr. Hao who’s in the middle of the annual conference and asks for the doctor’s help. Dr. Hao tells Cun Xi to act quickly and deliver the baby right on the site since the ambulance will not arrive in time. Using the knowledge learned from reading Dr. Hao’s books, Cun Xi observes that Feng Jiao’s abdomen constricts in a cyclic rate of once per 90 seconds and reports to doctor Hao. The doctor tells Cun Xi this is stage 4, the baby is coming out soon. Feng Jiao’s excellent crying skill is finally put into ingenious use. As she yells, cries, and contorts her face in pain, Wu Qi Qi is on the side holding the camcorder and recording the process of the delivery as Feng Jiao wished. Not so bad of a husband after all, in fact, he’s a great, if not funny, husband. But when Feng Jiao tells Qi Qi to go to the other side and record the baby coming out, he faints at the sight of blood, leaving the camcorder lying on the ground capture the interplay between the feet.
After the baby is successfully delivered, Cun Xi and Xin Yi arrive at Dr. Hao again and finally convinced him to help promote the product. Dr. Hao reveals that he is aware of the quality of the soap, but he wants the person who produces the product to understand the meaning behind it. Now that Cun Xi has learned the meaning of anticipating a brand new life, Dr. Hao will promote the product to all his friends in return.
Back at home, Wu Qi Qi recounts the story with the embellishment of vibrant gesture and exaggerated vocabulary to recreate the fighting scene with him being the hero of the story. Xin Yi’s two sisters and mother and the cute baby listen in awe. Finally Feng Jiao requests to watch the recorded video of the process of her delivery. What they see is of course the shuffling feet of a very worried Chen Xin Yi and the fat foot of Feng Jiao grinding the floor from the pain of delivery. Frustrated at the failure of the recording, Feng Jiao decides to record again. How will she do that? That’s right, she’s going to get pregnant again (and again and again until Wu Qi Qi learns to not faint at the sight of blood anymore and records the delivery process successfully). 😀 The room of people settle down and start to discuss the babies’ names. Wu Qi Qi names his child Wu Gu Ji. When Xi Shi asks why he wants to name his child after the silky fowl, Qi Qi replies that it’s a pure coincidence (right) the name sounds like the chicken. Since the baby is born in a “historical site”, he explains, hence the baby will be called Gu Ji, with the surname Wu, it becomes Wu Gu Ji. Yes, it’s a play on words, but I definitely feel sorry for the baby. Moving away from Feng Jiao’s baby, the family starts to discuss Cun Xi’s unborn child’s name. Cun Xi decides to name his kid Ji Nian Ping, which sounds and means souvenir. It makes sense, since the baby is a “souvenir” of their Hong Kong cruise, although a little demeaning, equating a life to souvenir.
Cun Xi is warmed up to Xin Yi whole heartedly now. He brings her along to shop for the baby. Anything on the shelf, as long as it sounds high-tech and expensive, he will purchase it to provide his baby and Xin Yi with the best care. That is, before Anna comes back and stands between them again, which won’t be long from the look of the preview.