Yes, Sir. Sorry, Sir!

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Yes, Sir. Sorry, Sir!
點解阿Sir係阿Sir[a]
Yes, Sir. Sorry, Sir!.jpg
promotional image
Genre Comedy
Drama
Format Serial
Starring Moses Chan
Tavia Yeung
Ron Ng
Linda Chung
Theme music composer Tang Chi-Wai
Yip Kai-Chung
Opening theme "春風化雨" by Moses Chan and Ron Ng
Country of origin Hong Kong
Original language(s) Cantonese
No. of episodes 30
Production
Producer(s) Lau Kar Ho
Location(s) Hong Kong
Camera setup Multi camera
Running time 42 – 45 minutes
Production company(s) TVB
Broadcast
Original channel TVB Jade
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Original run 18 April 2011 (2011-04-18) – 27 May 2011 (2011-05-27)
External links
Website
Yes Sir. Sorry, Sir!
Traditional Chinese 點解阿Sir係阿Sir
Simplified Chinese 点解阿Sir系阿Sir
Literal meaning "Why is the Teacher a Cop"

Yes, Sir. Sorry, Sir! (Cantonese: 點解阿Sir係阿Sir[a]), is a 2011 Hong Kong television drama starring Moses Chan, Tavia Yeung, Ron Ng and Linda Chung. Produced by Lau Kar Ho. Yes Sir. Sorry, Sir! is a TVB production.

Plot[edit]

Despite the fact that he comes from a long line of disciplined workers, Law Yiu-wah (Moses Chan) is a teacher of a notorious school. One day, he was urged to resign after being vilified by his students as a peeping Tom. At present, the triads have expanded their drug network at local schools. Wah, who has turned into a cop, is told to go undercover at the school where he used to teach. At school, he is impressed by the enthusiasm of a new teacher Ho Miu-suet (Tavia Yeung). He also comes to realize he was too strict with his students in the past. With a determination to boost students’ confidence, Suet invites bowling expert Koo Ka-lam (Linda Chung) to teach bowling at the school. When Wah learns about her triad background, he decides to go after her hoping to learn more about the triads. Wah also finds himself in a contest of wits with Inspector Ching Man-lik (Ron Ng), who has been assigned to work as a liaison officer at the school. On one hand, Man is attracted to Suet but on the other, she only loves Wah. All of a sudden, Wah, Suet, Lam and Lik find themselves involved in a complicated love square.

Cast[edit]

  • Moses Chan as Law Yiu-wah
  • Tavia Yeung as Ho Miu-suet
  • Ron Ng as Nick Ching Man-lik
  • Linda Chung as Carman Koo Ka-lam
  • Law Lok-lam as Chiang Hung
  • Ram Chiang as Poon Kwok-shing
  • Joseph Lee as Ko Sun
  • Savio Tsang as Ngai Fung
  • Queenie Chu as Ceci Koo Ka-sin
  • Law Kwan-moon as Cheung Pak-chuen
  • Cilla Kung as Chung Ka-bo
  • Brian Chu as Mok Chak-kei
  • Dickson Wong as Fan Tai
  • Calvin Chan as Chiang Chun

Awards and nominations[edit]

43rd Ming Pao Anniversary Awards 2011[edit]

  • My Most Supportive Performance (Linda Chung)
  • Nominated: Outstanding Actress in Television (Linda Chung)

45th TVB Anniversary Awards 2011[edit]

  • Won: Most Improved Male Artiste (Jin Au-yeung)
  • Nominated: Best Drama (Top 5)
  • Nominated: Best Actor (Moses Chan) Top 5
  • Nominated: Best Actress (Linda Chung) Top 5
  • Nominated: Best Supporting Actor (Lok-lam Law)
  • Nominated: Best Supporting Actress (Queenie Chu)
  • Nominated: My Favourite Male Character (Moses Chan)
  • Nominated: My Favourite Female Character (Linda Chung) Top 5
  • Nominated: Most Improved Female Artiste (Cilia Kung)

16th Asian Television Awards 2011[edit]

  • Nominated: Best Comedy Performance by an Actor/Actress (Moses Chan)

Viewership ratings[edit]

Week Episodes Average Points Peaking Points References
1
April 18 - April 22, 2011
1 — 5
27
30
[1]
2
April 25 - April 29, 2011
6 — 10
28
31
[2]
3
May 2 - May 6, 2011
11 — 15
29
33
[3]
4
May 9 - May 13, 2011
16 — 20
29
34
[4]
5
May 16 - May 20, 2011
21 — 25
29
31
[5]
6
May 23 - May 27, 2011
26 — 30
31
38
[6]


<Yes Sir, Sorry Sir> in Episode 27, When Linda Chung < Miss Koo> crumble, Average Points 34 and Peaking Points 38

Notes[edit]

a ^ The original title "點解阿Sir係阿Sir" was actually written in Cantonese; the title of the drama could be translated in Mandarin as "為何阿Sir是阿Sir"

References[edit]

External links[edit]

  • TVB.com Yes Sir, Sorry Sir - Official Website (Chinese)
  • K for TVB English Synopsis (English)