Niu talks about her memories of growing up in a small town with her older brother and his best friend.
Niu explains how her brother, Dun, and "Four Eyes" started to get hooked on video games.
Niu talks about the favorite place Dun and "Four Eyes" loved to spend their time.
"Four Eyes" usually avoids confrontation- until one day.
"Four Eyes" leaves his friends behind and finds a girlfriend in the city. Refusing to work for his father's company, he begins an unfruitful job search.
After failing to find work and watching his girlfriend drive off with her director, "Four Eyes" decides to work for his father's company.
"Four Eyes" is now a manager at his father's company while his best friend, Dun, is still hot and heavy into video games, working at a game shop and commentating on games as a hobby.
Dun is gearing up for his first television appearance as a commentator for Supreme Entertainment.
Dun is devastated when his very own script is given away and his lines delivered by someone else.
By a stroke of luck, Dun reunites with long-lost "Four Eyes."
Dun and "Four Eyes" catch up at a local restaurant and reminisce about old times.
Unable to find their favorite game anywhere in town, Dun and "Four Eyes" decide to take matters into their own hands.
Dun is looking for new challengers while "Four Eyes" has his eye on the future. Niu is now teaching young children.
Unbeknownst to his grandma. Gao Ling makes arrangements for a trip to Xinghuo Village,
The driver Gao Ling booked arrives to pick him up.
When his car gets towed, Gao Ling's driver decides to take him to the mall.
Gao Ling decides to buy a fighting fish for his friend, Hong Liang.
After lunch and a movie, Yu Meng asks Gao Ling for a favor.
Yu Meng uses his new friend, Gao Ling, as a chick magnet.
Yu Meng realizes Gao Ling is gone and sets off after him.
Gao Ling eventually finds his way to Xinghuo Village, only to discover that it's not the Xinghuo Village he intended to reach.
As he heads home, Gao Ling receives an unexpected call.
Gao Ling makes amends with Yu Meng as he prepares for the challenge ahead.
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