Show Me the Happy

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Show Me the Happy
依家有喜
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Show Me the Happy promo poser
Genre Modern Sitcom
Starring Roger Kwok
Michelle Yim
Paul Chun
Liu On-lai
Bernice Liu
Benz Hui
Derek Kok
Opening theme "依家有喜" By
Bernice Liu
Ending theme "衣不稱身" By Auston Lam
Original language(s) Cantonese
No. of episodes 80
Production
Producer(s) Poon Ka-tak
Location(s) Hong Kong
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time 22 minutes (approx.)
Production company(s) TVB
Broadcast
Original channel TVB Jade
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Original run 29 November 2010  – 18 March 2011
Chronology
Preceded by Some Day
Followed by Be Home for Dinner
External links
Website

Show Me the Happy (Traditional Chinese: (依家有喜) is an TVB modern sitcom series.

Plot[edit]

"Family Style," a dedicated medical clinic is ran by the Chai's family three siblings after the death of their parents. Oldest sister Anna Chai Chuen (Michelle Yim) deals with all the administrative management of the clinic. Second sister and an obstetrician Anita Chai Sam (Liu On-lai) has high expectations on all people and situations. Third brother and a pediatrician Andy Chai Cheung (Roger Kwok) is frivolous. The three siblings treat their colleagues just like family.

In addition to the three siblings there is retired surgeon oldest brother-in-law (Paul Chun), the accomplished plastic surgeon who is heads over heels for the second sister, the undercover pretty nurse (Bernice Liu) and the next generation family physicians and clinic staff. The complicated and subtle relationships causes different small life stories. The so-called "doctors cannot be self-doctor", the group of elite physicians have to face their own personality flaws, human weaknesses and if you want a cure, what kind of effective strategy do you have?

The daily battle of wits in the clinic between the sisters Anna and Anita leaves little brother Andy stuck in the middle with a headache. In the early years, oldest sister Anita was forced to give up her doctor career and becomes a nurse to look after the family. She paid for her two younger siblings' medical education with the money earned. When the siblings started their own family practice, the two sisters had conflicts and arguments due to their different statuses. Often questions like "Are you the older sister or am I the older sister?" and "Are you the doctor or am I the doctor?" comes up in the arguments.

Cast[edit]

Chai Family[edit]

Cast Role Description
Michelle Yim Anna Chai Chuen
齊荃
Age 46
Registered nurse
Anita and Andy's elder sister
Liu On-lai Dr. Anita Chai Sam
齊芯
Gynaecologist
Anna and Andy's sister
Calvin's stepmother
Tong Gam-Bou's sister-in-law
Roger Kwok Dr. Andy Chai Cheung
齊彰
Age 36
Pediatrician
Cherry's boyfriend
Anna and Anita's brother

God Family[edit]

Cast Role Description
Paul Chun God Yat-dou
葛一刀
Age 60
Retired Doctor of Surgery
Michelle Yim Anna Chai Chuen
齊荃
Age 46
God Yat-dou's wife
God Kei and God Fai's mother
Sandy Lau Kay God Kei
葛琦
God Yat-Dou and Anna's eldest daughter
God Fai's elder sister
Lam Sau-yi God Fai
葛暉
God Yat-Dou and Anna's youngest daughter
God Kei's younger sister

Tong Family[edit]

Cast Role Description
Liu On-lai Dr. Anita Chai Sam
齊芯
Derek Kwok Dr. Bowie Tong Gam-bou
湯甘保
Age 36
Plastic Surgeon
Dr. Anita's brother-in-law
Auston Lam (林師傑) Calvin Tong Ka-yim
湯嘉嚴
Anita's step-son
Tong Gam-Bou's nephew
Studying doctorite in uni

Ching Family[edit]

Cast Role Description
Benz Hui Ching Cheung-kim
程祥劍
Has crush on Dr. Anita
Catherine Chau Elaine Ching Yi
程薏
Dr. Anita's nurse. Has a crush on Bowie Tong

Other cast[edit]

Cast Role Description
Bernice Liu Cherry Lui Ying-hung
呂櫻紅
Age 28
ex-undercover police
Dr Andy's girlfriend
Dr Andy's nurse
Annie Wong Man Jing
文靜
Former pharmacist at Warm Care Clinic. Resigned after entering witness protection to testify against her drug-trafficking boyfriend.
Law Ho-kai Lam King-si
藍景思 藍 Sir

Viewership ratings[edit]

Week Episodes Average Points Peaking Points References
1
November 29 - December 3, 2010
1 — 5
24
[1]
2
December 6 - December 10, 2010
6 — 10
25
[2]
3
December 13 - December 17, 2010
11 — 15
23
[3]
4
December 20 - December 24, 2010
16 — 20
21
[4]
5
December 27 - December 31, 2010
21 — 25
23
[5]
6
January 3 - January 7, 2011
26 — 30
24
[6]
7
January 10 - January 14, 2011
31 — 35
23
[7]
8
January 17 - January 21, 2011
36 — 40
23
[8]
9
January 24 - January 28, 2011
41 — 45
23
[9]
10
January 31 - February 2, 2011, February 4, 2011
46 — 49
21
[10]
11
February 7 - February 11, 2011
50 — 54
24
[11]
12
February 14 - February 18, 2011
55 — 59
24
27
[12]
13
February 21 - February 25, 2011
60 — 64
24
[13]
14
February 28 - March 4, 2011
65 — 69
25
[14]
15
March 7 - March 11, 2011
70 — 74
24
[15]
16
March 14 - March 18, 2011
75 — 79
25
27
[16]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

  • TVB.com Show Me the Happy - Official Website (Chinese)