So I am not sure if it was just because I watched episode ten when I was feeling a little sleepy or if I am the only one out there that was just not feeling this episode. Personally everything that I loved about nine just seemed to pause in episode ten. It was not that things did not happen plot wise, but when it came to the OTP it was as if we went one step forward and then ran back to several episodes ago. Also is it just me or is anyone else missing the perky happy Bo Tang that did not let anything get her down. With only three weeks left before the end of the show, I am starting to fear that we wont get the super cute couple moments between our OTP that I was hoping for.Add to that the fact that I have been crazy busy with all things Christmas and that leads to a super mini blog post today. I am sure you all are sobbing that you cant read a regularly sized post written by yours truly, but hey, reality does intrude occasionally. And since it was just so so i hope you all will forgive its shortness. I promise that the next one will be of a lengthier nature.
Unless you forgot that Mattai has a slight issue with being ignored or slighted, it is brought to the forefront as he invites Bo Tong to lunch (just the two of them) to make up for the infamous Christmas Dinner. He is all smiles as they order their meal and he asks her (in that super sexy voice he has, oh my gosh did he sound so so so sexy here) if she realizes how horrible she made his Christmas. Him, Mattai, having to sit across from an uneaten steak being stood up. She does her kicked dog look and then tries to do the cutesy girl oppa voice asking for forgiveness and he just tells her to talk normal (hahahaha). They eat and he dine and dashes leaving her with an insane bill of $130 and a lesson learned that you don't ditch Mattai. Sometimes I wonder if he is really maturing or are we just more accepting of his jerky ways after 10 episodes. Hmmmmmmmmm.
David Learns to Cope With his Psychological Problems (kind of....)
So we also learn that David grew up with a depressed drug popping alcoholic mother all because his father ditched them to marry someone else (again why is it such a good thing that this loser is Mattai's father??) He tells Bo Tong how he actually followed in his mother's footsteps going on antidepressants and having extreme mood swings until he met her. He tells her that she saved him and as long as he has her in his life he can get through the days drug free. Is it just me or does anyone else thing that basing you happiness and ability to function on someone else is just a bad idea. And a little annoying.
Just Let Her Die
So we meet another of the weekly Bimbo's. This one is a 19 year old heiress brattling who likes to cause problems for anyone that crosses her path. She also sets her eyes on Mattai and demands that her dad buy him for her. Yup... that is right.... the dad is going pimp for his daughter and buy her a pretty boy. That is wrong on so many levels. When her dad and mom initially say no she threatens to kill herself and proceeds to self choke . I personally say let the brat die the world would be a much better place.