Chung Zai is back from Manchester and Ho calls everyone home for dinner including Jo Bao and Ka. Jo Bao was upset with hChung Zai's sudden return and is even more shocked when he found out that Chung Zai wishes to remain in Hong Kong for good. Chung Zai does not want to continue with his studies. Jo Bao objects to this as Chung Zai has only 1 and a half more years to graduation.
The next day Jo Bao asks Hor Ma out to discuss Chung Zai's future. Jo Bao said he has hired a tuition teacher for Chung Zai and his results has improved. So Jo Bao insist that Chung Zai should continue his studies while Hor Ma wants to respect Chung Zai's own decision.
The whole family sits down to discuss Chung Zai's future. Chung Zai's results have improved and Jo Bao gets the family members to vote and express their opinions. Ka thinks Chung Zai should continue, as does Ho, Yuet, Hing and even Sa Yee and also Tat Suk! Hor Ma is the only one who agrees with Chung Zai's decision.
Chung Zai finally decided to reveal the truth behind his good grades as well as why he doesn't want to return to Manchester. Hor Ma had visited him a few days before his exams. If Hor Ma had not reminded him, he would have forgotten about his examinations. While Hor Ma cooked and took care of him, Chung Zai remained in his room but he didn't study. All he did was chat on MSN. He also lied to get Hor Ma to buy food for him from Chinatown. Not wanting to disappoint Hor Ma, Chung Zai and his friends stole the examination papers and memorised the answers. Even with that, he only managed a score of 47!
Joe Ba decides to hide the truth from Yan Hong and Grandma (Lai). Chung Zai called Yan Hong and Grandma telling them that he's watching a football match and that he is still in Manchester.
The family celebrated Chung Zai's return and Jo Bao was drunk. He revealed that he regrets his affair with Yan Hong as it has caused much misery to the family. He has not been happy since being with Yan Hong. He was only attracted to her looks then. Upon hearing this, Hor Ma is overwhelmed with sadness.
Oh, Jo Bao... What have you done?!?!