Sometimes, lying gets us in trouble.
However, sometimes the truth won't get us very far either.
A young couple is facing the problem of where to go celebrate Chinese New Year since both of them want to avoid being asked difficult questions by their own parents.
As the couple debates where to go to celebrate the New Year, the woman's father unexpectedly shows up with a plan to uncover the lies she's been telling him about her career.
With the help of a distant relative, the father is determined to discover the truth about his daughter's career.
As the conversation progresses, the young woman is put to the test and asked a lot of difficult questions by her father and his accomplice.
Looking for ways to get his daughter to tell the truth, the father and his accomplice start asking her to reconcile quite impossible situations.
As she is faced with the first difficult situation to solve, the daughter is forced to lie once again and the ice just gets thinner and thinner.
As she faces more and more difficult requests, her lies get more and more elaborate.
As the situation evolves to the point where the daughter cannot lie anymore, is there anything she can do to get herself out of it?
The moment of truth is coming closer as the lies keep building up. This time, there will be no way out.
The truth is finally unveiled and the daughter explains to her father what her life is like.
As the truth is revealed, the daughter discovers that the situation is nothing like she imagined.
Shen Teng's father-in-law is about to undergo surgery. A dilemma ensues.
Doctor Liu, a man of principle, refuses to accept bribes disguised as red envelopes.
Doctor Liu finally relents and takes the red envelope from Shen Teng.
Shen Teng realizes the mistake he just made.
Shen Teng and his wife ponder over the fate of their father.
Is Shen Teng's father-in-law really that bad?
The operation is finally finished, but Shen Teng and his wife make a grave discovery.
Shen Teng's father-in-law pulls through with a successful surgery.
Shen Teng gives Doctor Liu his best wishes for happiness and health!
Tai and Xue have a four-bedroom, two-living room house. Or do they?