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Last night Johnson Lee invited his mother to help cook up the "character dishes" he and his three other Awfully Lawful brothers had in the series. The dinner was to celebrate the series' rating report. Johnson was asked if he had a sudden urge to start this kind of business? He expressed him and the other three "matured men" have become good brothers, so he hopes to borrow this gathering to celebrate the high ratings, "My house is too small to fit so many people, so I suggested my mother to cook up a meal for everyone."
Johnson's mother was asked if she rushed her son into marriage? She laughed: "No, let nature take its course! (Do you like a 'raw' or 'mature' daughter-in-law?) Have to ask Johnson. (Daughter-in-law should be a good cook?) Not necessary, just what my son wants." Johnson disclosed TVB has intentions to invite his mother to host a cooking show and hopes Johnson can be her assistant, but he claimed he has poor cooking skills. His mother disclosed when he was ten years old, he tried cooking for her on Mother's Day, but it was just fried eggs.
Johnson's mother made Korean-styled tofu salad, which had an implication that Roger's role in the series is cold on the outside, but hot on the inside. Compared to the mother's cooking skills, Roger expressed his wife Cindy Au is better at making Western dishes. "She is better at making Western dishes. To be able to cook up a Chinese dish to Auntie's level, Cindy still needs some work."
As for Awfully Lawful's ratings is like a roller coaster, Roger frankly expressed this is his first time seeing such scenario. "Perhaps people like to watch TV on their mobile devices, so they won't miss anything when they go to the bathroom. I like that too." Roger said this series has brought him a lot more job opportunities. He also has intentions to form a "Four Seasons" group with Johnson, Pal Sinn and Raymond Cho, just like Fuk Luk Sau.
It was reported Grace Wong wanted to show off her body figure and didn't hesitate to suggest that she should wear a bikini in the series. Yesterday Grace clarified: "I personally thought I was just going to wear a diving suit. To my surprise, it was a small and fancy bikini. I thought it didn't fit my role too much, so I suggested another bikini." Because Grace can't swim, she sighed the water scenes were challenging, but fortunately everyone was satisfied with the outcome. Earlier she showed off her dancing skills in the series and got many compliments. She said: "I felt really pressured when I was dancing too, after all Flashdance is truly a classic. I especially asked the dance instructor to help me rehearse. Although it was challenging, if the audience like watching me, its all worth it."
Source: Oriental Daily
Translated by: aZnangel @ AsianEU Forum
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