LUK SHUI-FUNG, his wife LAW KWAI-SZE and YUEN TIN-YAU return to town from abroad. After settling down, SHUI-FUNG decides to return to Ping On Valley since it is very far away. SHUI-FUNG tells KAM-KUK that he returns to look for the gold mine. KAM-KUK asks him to keep the secret and he proposes to arrange marriage for him but SHUI-FUNG rejects him. SHUI-FUNG meets up with KAM-KUK's first concubine SUNG MING-FUNG as well as the second concubine. SHUI-FUNG's mother NG SIN-CHI prays in the temple and she is overjoyed to see her son. SHUI-FUNG suddenly hears the sound of a crying child and SIN-CHI tells him that this is his younger brother SHUI-FU. The third concubine TIN CHOR-YAT arrives and SIN-CHI tells SHUI-FUNG that CHOR-YAT is his fourth mother instead of the maid now. SHUI-FUNG is shocked. KAM-KUK and SHUI-FUNG invite the villagers to a banquet. The villagers say that many mysterious incidents have happened recently. WAI-CHUNG suspects that the incidents were caused by the ghost widow. SHUI-FUNG visits SHUI-HUNG for a discussion and they suddenly hear the sound of barking dogs. They try to check it out and discover that some children with lanterns are singing scary songs...
The retired butler Old CHOW says goodbye to MING-FUNG. As arranged by MING-FUNG, he breaks the family antiques innocently and MING-FUNG asks him to make compensation with all his salaries. KAM-KUK brings a group of villagers to the ancestral hall to worship the ancestors and to select a date for SHUI-FUNG's wedding. The villagers suggest to build a statue of the ghost widow for offering sacrifices but KAM-KUK objects the idea. SHUI-FUNG proposes SHUI-HUNG to diguise himself as a bandit to kidnap the bride but he is shocked that the bridal sedan chair has arrived eventually and he suspects that this is the ghost widow...
SIN-CHI and KWAI-SZE quarrel with each other since KWAI-SZE has sent SIU-SUEN a photo album. KWAI-SZE and MING-FUNG are having opposing views and SHUI-FUNG tries to mediate between them. KAM-KUK goes to the ancestral hall and asks KAM-KONG to light up the lantern. KAM-KONG falls down from the ladder and he loses consciousness. SHUI-HUNG steals KWAI-SZE's camera. He tells SHUI-FUNG that the camera has captured the spirit of KAM-KONG and he steals the camera to rescue KAM-KONG. In order to find the camera, KWAI-SZE enters the ancestral hall where women are not allowed. The villagers ask KAM-KUK to punish her. SHUI-FUNG rescues KWAI-SZE but KWAI-SZE pushes him into the water. KWAI-SZE returns to the village to declare that she will not leave SHUI-FUNG. KAM-KUK is very angry and he collapses. KWAI-SZE discovers that KAM-KUK suffers from food poisoning. She requests KAM-KUK to cancel her punishment and accept her as his daughter-in-law if she could find the poisoner. After investigation, KWAI-SZE thinks that KAM-KUK's wife and concubines are all suspicious.
When KO-HING reports SHUI-FUNG and his wife's whereabouts to MING-FUNG, MING-FUNG's uncle PAK-YU arrives to borrow money from her again but she rejects him. KWAI-SZE discloses to everybody that KAM-KUK was poisoned after taking impotence medicine and KAM-KUK stops her. SHUI-FUNG returns to clarify that KAM-KUK was poisoned after drinking the almond tea made with bitter almond. KAM-KUK is enraged and he bits MING-FUNG madly. KAM-KUK announces to all villagers that he will cancel the punishment for KWAI-SZE but he refuses to recognize her as his daughter-in-law. SIN-CHI asks the medium to invite Guanyin as SHUI-FU's godmother. KAM-KUK requests CHOR-YAT to follow SIN-CHI's instructions and he asks SHUN-LEE to be SHUI-FU's nursing mother. SHUI-FUNG and KWAI-SZE bring SIU-SUEN to the countryside for photo taking. SIN-CHI teases her for being boorish and she worries that nobody will marry her. KWAI-SZE believes that girls should have a balanced development but MING-FUNG doesn't agree with it.
KWAI-SZE prepares western breakfast deliberately and SHUI-FUNG invites KAM-KUK to try but KAM-KUK refuses to recognize KWAI-SZE as his daughter-in-law. KO-HING discovers SIU-SUEN's handkerchief at the door with a note informing them that SIU-SUEN was kidnapped and a hundred silver dollars of ransom money is requested. MING-FUNG complains that KWAI-SZE has taught SIU-SUEN cycling. KAM-KUK thinks that it is difficult to raise a hundred silver dollars. When MING-FUNG has raised a hundred silver dollars, the kidnappers suddenly decide to increase the amount to two hundred silver dollars. MING-FUNG tries to seek help from SIN-CHI but SIN-CHI rejects her. She then begs MAN-YEE to speak for her in front of KAM-KUK but MAN-YEE seizes the chance to scold her. SHUI-FUNG persuades KAM-KUK to offer help but KAM-KUK says that the family is penniless and he wishes that SHUI-FUNG could find the gold mine soon. KWAI-SZE brings a fund-raising box and banner to the ancestral hall to raise money from the villagers. A group of male villagers try to tease her. MING-FUNG finally arrives to beg everybody...
SHUI-FUNG rescues SIU-SUEN but she has lost consciousness already. KAM-CHO performs acupuncture for her and she screams madly when she wakes up. KWAI-SZE suggests to send her to the western doctor. SHUI-FUNG invites the western doctor KA TUNG-YEUNG to treat her. TUNG-YEUNG and his daughter MIU-MIU are renting a room at KAM-CHO's place. MIU-MIU begs TUNG-YEUNG to let her out but he rejects her. TUNG-YEUNG suspects that SIU-SUEN's brain is injured. When he returns home, he discovers that PAK-HANG has prepared meal for MIU-MIU and he is very thankful. PAK-HANG's husband CHEUNG-SAU learns about it and he hits her fiercely. PAK-HANG airs her grievances to TUNG-YEUNG but TUNG-YEUNG is not able to help her. CHEUNG-SAU suddenly dies and his granduncle PAK-SHUI requests to bury PAK-HANG alive with CHEUNG-SAU. KAM-CHO agrees but SHUI-FUNG objects it. PAK-HANG prays for protection at Mountain God Temple. In the evening, SHUI-HUNG and a few villagers discover the ghost bride in wedding gown.
Raymond Wong Bak-Ming
Copyright © 2023
All rights reserved.
Internet Service Terms
Apple TV & Privacy