Its a short documentary about the life of movie star Stephen Fung. Filled with unlucky and awkward situations in Stephen's life, its really funny and has alot of cameos of Hong Kong celebrities like Miriam Yeung, Soler, Gigi Leung, and Edmond Leung.
He is cocky, cheap, and selfish. I'm not sure if that's who he is in real life, but if it is he's got problems. And I'm the kind of person that takes pleasure in other's misery. So I find him a really funny person to watch. I'm not sure if its scripted, but I'm hoping its not. Although, I really doubt that. By the way, doesn't he look alot like Ekin Cheng? And I really like his dimples, so cute.
Favorite Guest Stars
Edmond plays himself, a movie star and singer. He is Stephen's friend and Stephen is looking for a female actress to be in his new music video. I liked his first appearance when Stephen invited him to dinner with his other friend and his other friend's wife is a really bad cook. Edmond was the only honest person and said the food was horrible and he didn't get beat up, but he had to stay and finish the food. Which is even worse.
Again, he plays himself. His cameo was he's Stephen's friend and he asks Stephen to take care of his dog, Coffee, while he's on vacation, and Stephen lost the dog. Stephen finds another dog that looks like Coffee and returns him to Sam. Sam later shows up with both dogs and shows Stephen his injury from the fake Coffee's bite which is on his private part. Then he releases the dog on Stephen. Oh my gosh, that cracked me up big time.
She's throwing a birthday party and Stephen is invited. He comes and talks to her. She says she can't drink alcohol because she just took some aspirin or something, but Stephen accidently put alcohol in her drink thinking its ice tea. Miriam faints and Stephen, realizing what he did, sneaks out of the party. Then she wakes up and says Stephen told her to hold on tight to a ball.
Some of it was really boring and dumb. There were a few gags that I didn't understand and they didn't continue with it. I didn't like that there wasn't a real story to it. It was just a bunch of random everyday things.
The Best Part
The best part for me was the end. I'm not saying this to be mean, it really was the best because at the end they roll all the NG's which was way funnier than the actual series. It was mostly filled with Stephen laughing for no reason. Sometimes he would forget his lines and say something else stupid.
C it or Skip it?
Well, if you're just going to lay around watching TV anyways, you can give it a try. Its not a total waste of time. At least you can get a few laughs out of it.