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Legal Mavericks

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To be honest, I’ve lost faith in TVB drama years ago. I lost interest in watching TVB dramas back-to-back some time around 2003, and some time around 2007 I’ve lost track on what’s TVB’s newest offerings, only down to one drama every other year. This is in contrast to the 80’s and 90’s when I know every show like the back on my hand. I will dig around and share the first show I ever watched on TVB.

So I was cautiously optimistic when I saw Legal Mavericks. Vincent Wong was pretty good in Over Run Over. Sisley Choi was hard to watch in Speed of Life, but it was probably her first or second drama, so I consider this checking back in to see if she made progress.

I like the back stories so far. Hope Man is a litigator who is also blind. Vincent Wong did his homework and make sure his portrayal of a blind person as a sighted person is convincing. Sisley Choi is better, though I think she’s not taking advantage of how much room she can work with Deanie, a buck tooth, scar-faced paralegal who has feelings for Hope Man.

I will keep watching this show.

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I must confess, I have a few guilty pleasures when it comes to books. Most girls have Danielle Steele. I have Anthony Bourdain.

As mentioned in previous blog posts, I enjoy reading things that are honest. Bourdain is as honest as writing can get. His emotions are raw (all puns intended), he gave away a piece of himself between the lines. The epilogue that came after the credits reads like an 80’s movie epilogue with updates on whatever happened to people he wrote about in Kitchen Confidential.

Maybe it’s time to go back to re-read Kitchen Confidential and write about it…

P.S. I’m so proud of myself finished reading this as an eBook via public library within the borrowing period. Yay!