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Never Dance Alone

Never Dance Alone has been in my itinerary each night ever since it was screened in April, 2014. The series ended on Sunday, 1st June 2014 and last night (Monday), I felt kind of "empty" even though my eyes were on the TV. I kind of missed the series, I have been looking forward to watching it every night for the past one month and I never missed one single episode.

Why is it so interesting to me? I can cite a few reasons...

Because it is directed by Eric Tsang and knowing Eric, the series will surely be witty and entertaining at the same time.

Because this series brings back old memories, songs being sung by Alan Tam, famous during the 70s and 80s and it suits me perfectly because I love his songs too!

Because this series highlighted on middle aged ladies and their feelings, not like other normal series where the young and the beautiful are cast...

Talking about the cast, there are few that I do not recall who they were (due to aging?) until I dug back their pictures from google and took some pictures from this website here.
Carmen Lee... as Sui Si...
The kind of woman a man would want to marry...
Love the way she smiles.. so enchanting...
Hope there will be more series from her....
I like Angie's acting too!  She is from Malaysia....
Her role as a middle aged woman who is so "dry" for a man... 
And eventually she is so pampered by a man 12 years her junior.... 
The part where the Boy proclaimed his love for her is so "factual"....
I remember one line he said.....
"To fall in love with a 40 year old lady is not stressing... 
At least she won't wake me up in the middle of the night to ask unnecessary questions"
That really made me laughed out loud by myself.....
Elvina Kong... she makes Aerobic so much fun...
After watching the series, I would like to try dancing to the song "I Will Survive!"
I think I can survive doing that... LOL...
Fennie as Yuen Chau
There are lots of ladies experiencing what she experienced in the series...
Kind of sad, but she survived... too..
Flora as Dan Dan... I love the way she says.... "Pleeassssssssseeeee"
She is a poor little rich girl...
She is capable of everything...
except making friends and maintaining a marriage...
Gloria Yip as Fei Choi.... 
Bullied by her husband who treated her like Sh**t 
And in the end, she is the most happy one... married to Dollar House aka Dr. House!
hahahahaa...
Rachel Lee as Julie... 
Her role as an arrogant and yet not hate-able lady...
She is the most pitiful one...
Having a baby at 16, expelled from school...
Lots of sad experiences for her..
And ended up Happy in the End!
(Picture taken from here)
Never Dance Alone... a series I would like to recommend... 
Some said boring... but to me, it is the most entertaining series of all times!
Well, tonight might be Boring...
A new show has taken place and it is all about Investigations again...

I hope Never Dance Alone will come back with a sequel called M Club!


Comments

  1. i am also watching this M Club, but just started only i think about episode 10.. errr, you are right lah, a little different from a typical TVB series, it's all about middle aged women.. all of them very well maintained, except Dan Dan a little old and Julie a little "botox", haha~~

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    1. Yes, Dan Dan does look like she is very stressed up... or maybe her role needs her to be like that... Julie, her expressions are limited.. hahaha... but I still like to see her.. she looks promiscuous...

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  2. So now you will have to dance alone lor... Can always, can be fun. LOL!!!

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    1. Dance alone during aerobics.. that is what I am doing now during the evenings.. exercise!! pheww....

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  3. If i am not wrong, shows in Malaysia can b air in dialet?

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    1. Dialet? It is shown in Astro, yes in Malaysia...but you can watch it online too...

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  4. These actresses are beautiful,but you are just as beautiful! I wish we could get this show! It sounds just meant for ME!

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    1. Ginny, you are so funny! I think you can surf for this show online but hopefully have English subtitles...

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  5. From your post can really tell you love watching that show and now is missing it. If it is still available on demand I think you can binge watch it from episode 1 again.

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    1. It is still in my Record.. yes, will watch it esp the episode 1, cannot remember much.. hahaha...

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  6. Hey Claire, I love this drama alot too! Heard that there'll be a movie about it, I can't wait!
    I love all the 6 ladies in M Club (though I am not from their 'age' la :p), I love Siu Si the most, she is very natural and professional in acting! Kinda pity her, she lost her hubby just like that, you know that episode when she cried in the studio because she misses her hubby so much, I cried so hard too :(

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    1. Yes, she is very good.. and also during the performance, when she mentioned Cyndi on stage, her voice choked with emotion, and that touched me too...

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  7. Finished this drama last sunday. I've enjoyed the drama very much and this drama somehow like ask me to think more about friendship once again. I believe the friendship in the drama do exist in real life! =)

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    1. Yes, I can relate that.. it makes us realize that friendship can really be restored no matter how many years gap of not keeping in touch with each other...

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  8. good for you. I don't the time the sit and watch.. :(

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  9. Wah ...all my teenage movie idols especially Carmen and Rachel. Maybe I try to watch it.

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    1. Hey, you can remember Carmen meh? I also cannot recall who.. siew loong lui...

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  11. You know my girls like this drama so much that they glue to the tv with their grandma. I m not that keen.

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    1. hahaha...your girls are also keen? I thought oldies like me only... :) but of course, it reflected back the early days of their lives.. the younger version of the girls are also shown...

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