Daddy Good Deeds

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Daddy Good Deeds
當旺爸爸
Daddygoodposter.jpg
Promotional poster
Genre Comedy
Starring Ha Yu
Steven Ma
Linda Chung
Evergreen Mak
Nancy Wu
Edwin Siu
Cilla Kung
Chow Chung
Opening theme Chung Mei Joi Yi (從未在意) by Edwin Siu
Country of origin Hong Kong
Original language(s) Cantonese
No. of episodes 20
Production
Executive producer(s) Mui Siu-ching
Location(s) Hong Kong
Running time 45 minutes (each)
Production company(s) TVB
Release
Original network Jade
HD Jade
Original release 19 March – 4 April 2012
External links
Website

Daddy Good Deeds (Traditional Chinese : 當旺爸爸) is a Hong Kong television comedy serial produced by TVB featuring Ha Yu, Steven Ma, Linda Chung, Evergreen Mak, Nancy Wu, Edwin Siu, Cilla Kung, and Chow Chung. Filming and post- production took place in the autumn of 2011 and the premiere episode aired on 19 March 2012. This was producer Mui Siu-ching's last series for TVB after being with the station for 25 years.

Synopsis[edit]

Ko Yi-man (Ha Yu) is the owner of a pawn shop and a devoted father to his son Ko Wai-ting (Evergreen Mak) 2nd daughter Ko Yu-chu (Linda Chung) and younger daughter Ko Yu-po (Cilla Kung). However, unknown to the trio, one of them is an abandoned child, the symbolic "collateral" in a good luck ritual made many years previously. When the receipt for the transaction comes to light, first speculation about the truth, and then the truth itself, threatens the family that he has given everything for and Ko Yi-man must fight to keep his family together.

Cast[edit]

The Ko family[edit]

Cast Role Description
Ha Yu Ko Yi-man
高義文
Tak Kwong pawn shop owner
Lam A-lui's boss
Ko Wai-ting's adopted father
Ko Yu-chu, Ko Yu-po's father
Wan Yuen-han's father-in-law
Evergreen Mak Ko Wai-ting, Wilson
高威庭
Ko Yi-man's adopted son
Ko Yu-chu and Ko Yu-po's elder brother
Lam Sam-ling's son
Opticians manager, resigned at Episode 5
Later promotion company CEO
Nancy Wu Wan Yuen-han, Wendy
溫婉嫻
Ko Yi-man's daughter-in-law
Ko Wai-ting's wife
Ko Yu-chu and Ko Yu-po's sister-in-law
promotion company CEO
Linda Chung Ko Yu-chu
高如珠
Ko Yi-man's eldest daughter
Ko Wai-ting's younger sister
Ko Yu-po's elder sister
Lam Fat's friend, later girlfriend and wife
A police officer
Cilla Kung Ko Yu-po, Bella
高如寶
Ko Yi-man's youngest daughter
The Voice competitor
Later promotion company junior assistant
Girlfriend of Wong Wai-leung

The Lam family[edit]

Cast Role Description
Chow Chung Lam A-lui
林亞女
Pawn shop employee
Ko Yi Man's subordinate
Lam Fat's father
Steven Ma Lam Fat
林發
Lam A-lui's son
Ko Yu-chu's friend, later boyfriend and husband
Television station location scout/manager/Part-time badminton trainer

Tak Kwong Pawn Brokers[edit]

Cast Role Description
Ha Yu Ko Yi-man
高義文
Pawn shop owner
Chow Chung Lam A-lui
林亞女
Veteran pawn shop employee
Edwin Siu Yip Kwai, Yap
葉貴
Pawn shop trainee
The Voice competitor
Grandson of Ko Yi-man's benefactor
Loved Ko Yu Chu

Other casts[edit]

Cast Role Description
Stanley Cheung Wong Wai-leung
黃偉良
Boyfriend of Ko Yu-po
Savio Tsang Lee Kwok Ming
李國銘
Police CID Senior Inspector
Ko Yu-chu's superior
Ivy's boyfriend
Mak Ka Lun Sam Lui
呂先生
Promotion company manager
Wan Yuen-han's subordinate
Candy Chiu Nancy Lam
藍小姐
Promotion company senior officer
Wan Yuen-han's subordinate
Eric Li Lee Tsz Kit
李子傑
Opticians Manager
Ko Ting-wai's superior
Pointed against Ko Ting-wai
Lai Lok-yi Chan Lap Shun
陳立信
Siu Tan's husband
Ko Yu-chu's lover, later broke up
Sharon Chan Lui Keung
雷強
Yip Kwai's ex-girlfriend
Dr. Fong's wife
Patrick Dunn Dr. Fong
方醫生
Lui Keung's husband
Sire Ma Mary Lam Fat's ex-girlfriend
Cheated Lam Fat for money
Elena Kong Sheh Chi Man An acupuncturist
Susan Tse Lam Sam-ling
劉心玲
Ko Wai-ting's mother
Left Ko Wai-ting in Tak Kwong Pawn Brokers when he was a baby
Bowie Wu Ko Chung-sun
高忠新
Ko Yee-man's uncle
Pointed against Ko Yee-man

Viewership ratings[edit]

Week Episodes Average Points Peaking Points References
1
19–23 March 2012
1 — 5
30
33
[1]
2
26–30 March 2012
6 — 10
30
32
[2]
3
2–6 April 2012
11 — 15
29
32
[3]
4
9–12 April 2012
16 — 19
32
35
[4]
13 April 2012
20
31
34
[5]

Note[edit]

Week 3 - The ratings during the prime time hours dropped due to the Easter holiday.

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