14 August, 2014

Fall in Love with Me Episode 20 Preview


So wait?! How do we get from scheming, sneaky Lu Tian Xing to a wedding with Tao Le Si?! This drama! So the writers play pin the tail on the storyline-donkey or something each week?! The other though that scares me is that this could be a dream. Ah! No! I can't think like that!


Pastor: Lu Tian Xing, will you marry Tao Le Si and respect and treasure her for the rest of your life?
Lu Tian Xing: I will.


To say that I'm bewildered as to how we get to this happy ending, would be an incredible understatement. All that aside, I am really loving that hairstyle on Aaron. Dang he looks good! I also ADORE all the happy smiling friends cheering them on at the wedding! Yay! (And they are all happily coupled off, which is run of the mill for Taiwanese dramas I hear. I am glad that Tian Xing and Taozi look so dang happy. I can applaud that. I swear, if it's some sort of fake out sequence, I might have to give up on Taiwanese drama...but then there is Aaron. That would mean never seeing him again in a drama. Oh well. I guess I won't give up then ;)


Is it just me, or isn't that the same church where the whole Huan Huan wedding fiasco happened? Is this like K-drama where there only seems to be one church in all of Seoul where people get married?


From what I've heard on the grapevine, episode 20 is the finale. Let's hope we get some nice, pretty, happy bows to tie up to this crazy ride of a drama. At least it gave us gorgeous Aaron ;) And some pretty dang good kiss scenes. Yay for Taiwanese drama kisses!!!


Here's to a happy ending! Not only do Tian Xing and Taozi deserve it, but we do too for suffering through the crazy! ;)

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38 comments:

  1. As I said before, I am going to be watching just to see how they manage to get from where they ended in the last episode with Tian Xing being the star of a revenge drama all on his own to this sunny happy day. Maybe the other wedding was a dream? Maybe all of episode 19 was a dream?
    This does not look like it is the same church because I though the other one was some chapel inside some other building. When everyone was standing outside of the chapel to get their parting gifts they seem to still be inside while here it looks like when the couple is coming through the doors they are coming from the outside. I could be wrong; I might have been too focused on Huan Huan's gloating smile during that other wedding.

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  2. Wait! I just noticed from the preview That Mam Li is at the wedding and smiling and clapping!?!?! What? The writers are going to have to more twists and turns than Cirque du Soleil!

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  3. Haha. I haven't actually seen episode 19, so I could be totally wrong about the church. Yeah...this drama is rather all over the place. It's a symptom of bad writing.

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  4. I couldn't agree more with your last statement. I am with you, we got here wanting to kill HH and her family for acting nuts over him.

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  5. HH and LTX wedding was to real to be a dream my thought is advertisement video without Li family knowing it, because he told her right out side of the church she still will be his lovely little sister always and this was a gift to her.

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  6. May be they chose to show Lance love by letting LTX be free of HH!!! Who knows? But one thing is I don't want to see time lap. From ep 19 - 20 is way to fast to get to happy ending as much as Le Si tolerate all their craziness she need to have some awesome getaway and re-candling the love and healing time before marriage.

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  7. I totally agree! My guess is that they are going to have to do some sort of time jump just to make sense of the story. Then again, the drama has been so crazy, I have no idea what to expect!

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  8. Ah! That makes a lot more sense...I guess I really do need to catch up as soon as possible!

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  9. Haha. We have turned so violent because of this crazy drama!

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  10. I'm also completely lost ! If we think about the situation in the 19th episode that's confusing !!!!! Well I hope that's not a dream of one of the character or a fantasy of Tao le Si 😭!!!

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  11. Just a question, isn't there 23 episodes ? I searched and this drama is supposed to be broadcast until September, no ? 😊 and thanks for the preview !!!!! 😄

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  12. Well, if nothing else, at least Aaron kisses his female counterparts properly :) In K-drama (unless it's cable) you are lucky to get small pecks on the mouth, if it's a full-blown kiss, you almost fall off your chair :D Glad the "trauma" seems to be ending in a few days although I honestly cannot fathom how they got the happy ending so fast. Even though I love the fact that Taiwanese dramas always end with a wedding (which I enjoy as you get to see beautiful gowns and tuxes on beautiful people :) it can sometimes feel so forced and contrived that not even the pretty can help lol.

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  13. There are 20 episodes, the show following it has been announced to start airing next week.

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  14. Ok, thanks ! 😊

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  15. I feel a heavy case of deus ex machina coming on and I hate that kind of thing.

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  16. I know this is OT, but if anyone is looking for a, at least imo, really good Taiwanese drama, check out The Way We Were. Three episodes have aired so far and the main leads are Ruby Lin and Leroy Young. It's quite refreshing compared to other T-dramas :)

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  17. ATwist InMy StoryAugust 15, 2014 6:20 PM

    "Here's to a happy ending! Not only do Tian Xing and Taozi deserve it, but we do too for suffering through the crazy! ;)"


    Cheers to that, :D We do deserve such happy ending...

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  18. I am hopeful that it isn't a dream. It just feels so strange to get to their wedding with all the other crazy stuff that's been happening!

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  19. I think there were originally 23 episodes, but even then it wasn't a sure thing. There were so many different numbers of episodes floating around. dora_d is right though that there are now 20.

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  20. Haha. Good ole' Aaron. He is a good kisser! I remember watching a BTS video and I think it was Tia Li who said that his lips were soft. Haha. I am sure it's not necessarily swoony to film kiss scenes, but dang, I would jump at the chance to kiss that man ;)


    I think the drama has had major pacing issues, which are all the result of poor writing. Oh well. I think I would be pretty upset if we don't get our happy ending. I think we will though.

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  21. Thanks for the recommendation! ^^

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  22. Haha. I will also miss Aaron and I also hope he'll be in another drama soon. Hopefully a less crazy one though!

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  23. Haha. Yeah. I think it's just best if we try and ignore logic and sit back and look at Aaron being gorgeous. It might sound shallow, but it just hurts my brain to try and make too much sense of the plot ;)

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  24. You're welcome, I've really been enjoying it so far although I need to catch up on Episodes 4 and 5 :) (I couldn't watch it last week and forgot that Ep. 4 already aired on that Saturday)

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  25. I didn't watch the entire thing raw and, obviously, I didn't understand a word, but, from what I understand, it was Huan Huan that gave back the ring and told them to get married and was happily clapping at the ceremony together with Mama Lu and Lance left but sent Tian Xing a postcard from wherever he was. And everyone acted like nothing ever happened and they were all the best of friends. Just like that bit*h from Just You that also got a happy ending together with that bloke that also schemed with her, Jerry I believe, for whatever reason...

    But we did get a lot of pretty Aaron in tux at the end and the ending scene was totally cute when they went on honeymoon. Will wait for subs to see what exactly happened apart from the obvious ;)

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  26. ATwist InMy StoryAugust 17, 2014 10:08 PM

    Thanx for that. Though the ending plot is a bit dragging, it is still a relief that it was a happy one.

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  27. I'm glad it's good so far! I wish I had some time for drama right now! Moving is waaaaay too stressful. I am looking forward to some drama downtime in the (hopefully) near future ^^

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  28. Haha. I have some other friends who just finished it and tweeted about it and I saw some spoilers and I really don't think that it made sense to them either. I think it was just a mash-up of badly written and rushed writing that made the end of the drama so awful. I will have to watch it soon though and see for myself.

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  29. That sounds crazy :/ sad day. It makes me mad when writers treat viewers as if we're silly and stupid.

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  30. Hope the move goes well :)

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  31. I watched it yesterday with subs and it was even stupider than I thought. How Mama Li was just suddenly best friends with the Tao family and Huan Huan had an epiphany after all that time. Yeah, right. I was totally on Lance's side when he thought they were pitying him. At least they brought the alter ego of Aaron's back in the final scene if nothing else.

    Did anyone else think that Aaron looked rather bored and fed up when they opened the church doors when they had the bride and groom enter? lol

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  32. Oh man. I don't even know if I want to watch anymore ;P Some of my friends just finished it and they wrote this post you can check out of you need someone to commisterate with before I watch: http://lndmmv.blogspot.com/2014/08/fall-in-love-and-then-get-forced-onto.html

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  33. This is actually the only (really the only) thing that makes sense, but then why go through with the whole "I am going to chair of the company, Lance. Let me watch your relationship with your mother and sister crumble" thing? Oh why do I still ask these questions as if I still expect anything in this plot to make sense?

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  34. So I just finished watching ep.20 and I laughed the entire time. Though I cannot tell if I was happy or it was the delirium caused by the constant smacking my forehead in a "WHAT?!?!" response. When you marathon it, I hope you tell us if you could predict the path to the ending from previous episodes--maybe there was a thread of connection throughout that I just missed. I can't wait to hear what you say about the Taozi/Mama Li resolution. :)

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