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  • Ep 10 SUB

    My Amazing Bride (2015)

    My Amazing Bride
    Genre:
    costume idol, light comedy
    Country:
    Chinese
    The drama describes the “tofu Xi Shi” Tang Doudou (Li Qin), who is on the way to becoming a spinster. This is because she refuses to marry unless she meets a first-class gentlemen, who understands her and who she loves (therefore worthy of her true affections). After a misstep with the officials, the Tang clan faces its demise, but fortunately, the Zhuang family* reaches out to help. Madame Zhuang wants Doudou to marry her oldest son, who has long been both good-looking, well-principled, and cultured genius – yet on the day of the wedding, he turns into an idiot with the intelligence level of an eight year old! Doudou is furious, and runs home, but without money to pay for her father’s illness, she must meet up with Madame Zhuang again. Her oldest son is still lovesick for Doudou, and his mother works out a one-year agreement with Doudou. But wait, Dou Dou discovers something very unusual about her husband’s illness, something a little out of place in the family, and seeks to find the truth – yet her mother-in-law is strangely unperturbed…?
  • Ep 36 RAW

    Iron Housewives (2017)

    Iron Housewives
    Genre:
    light comedy, Modern, Romance
    Country:
    Chinese
    Following the stories of housewives is a drama about three women in different stages of their life who are willing to sacrifice everything for family. Mei Li (Dai Lele) is a post-80s woman who works as a deputy director of finance. Yin Lan (Zeng Li) is a post-70s entrepreneur. Hao Weier (Xie Huiqing) is a post-90s university graduate. Either willingly or unwillingly, the three women ended as housewives to begin a chapter in their life that is filled with joy and pain. The ladies form a strong bond to help each other overcome difficulties.
  • Ep 39 RAW

    My Amazing Bride (2015)

    My Amazing Bride
    Genre:
    costume idol, light comedy
    Country:
    Chinese
    The drama describes the “tofu Xi Shi” Tang Doudou (Li Qin), who is on the way to becoming a spinster. This is because she refuses to marry unless she meets a first-class gentlemen, who understands her and who she loves (therefore worthy of her true affections). After a misstep with the officials, the Tang clan faces its demise, but fortunately, the Zhuang family* reaches out to help. Madame Zhuang wants Doudou to marry her oldest son, who has long been both good-looking, well-principled, and cultured genius – yet on the day of the wedding, he turns into an idiot with the intelligence level of an eight year old! Doudou is furious, and runs home, but without money to pay for her father’s illness, she must meet up with Madame Zhuang again. Her oldest son is still lovesick for Doudou, and his mother works out a one-year agreement with Doudou. But wait, Dou Dou discovers something very unusual about her husband’s illness, something a little out of place in the family, and seeks to find the truth – yet her mother-in-law is strangely unperturbed…?