Til Love Do Us Lie

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Til Love Do Us Lie
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結·分@謊情式
GenreModern Sitcom
Written byPang Mei Fung
Poon Man Hung
Starring Eddie Cheung
Kiki Sheung
Joyce Tang
Hanjin Tan
Rosina Lam
Benjamin Yuen
Susan Tse
Bowie Wu
Mannor Chan
Suet Nei
Opening themeRight on Time by Hanjin Tan & Kiki Sheung
Original languageCantonese
No. of episodes136
Production
ProducerGuan Wing Chung
Production location Hong Kong
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time22 minutes (each)
Production company TVB
Release
Original network Jade
HD Jade
Original release31 October 2011 (2011-10-31) 
11 May 2012 (2012-05-11)
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Til Love Do Us Lie (Traditional Chinese: 結·分@謊情式) is a TVB modern sitcom series.

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Synopsis

Bobo (Kiki Sheung) has just gotten out of work to become a full-time housewife to take care of her not-so-good son, (Dickson Wong) and become a good wife to her husband, Eric (Eddie Cheung). However, things don't usually turn out the way she wants. Bobo's sister, Mabel, (Joyce Tang) has just failed in love, which causes her to impulsively marry Ngok-Yan (Hanjin Tan). Although she believed it was a mistake in the beginning, time seems to have changed that thought. But as their relationship goes, her mother (Suet Nei), along with a lot of obstacles, seems to be making things difficult for them. Eric's sister, June (Lin Xiawei), spends her time managing her coffee shop while trying to deal with relationship problems. June believes the one she loves is Alvin (Benjamin Yuen), but everyone, including her mother, (Susan Tse) and father, (Bowie Wu) doesn't really think it's a good choice. This series focuses on everyday life and how the characters face problems related to families, friends, love, careers, and dreams.

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WeekEpisodesAverage PointsPeaking PointsReferences
1October 31 - November 4, 20111 — 52530 [1]
2November 7–11, 20116 — 1024 [2]
3November 14–18, 201111 — 1523 [3]
4November 21–25, 201116 — 2024 [4]
5November 28 - December 2, 201121 — 2526 [5]
6December 6–9, 201126 — 2925 [6]
7December 12–16, 201130 — 3425 [7]
8December 19–23, 201135 — 3925 [8]
9December 26–30, 201140 — 4426 [9]
10January 2–6, 201245 — 492832 [10]
11January 9–13, 201250 — 5425 [11]
12January 16–20, 201255 — 5924 [12]
13January 25–27, 201260 — 6224 [13]
14January 30 - February 3, 201263 — 6727 [14]
15February 6–10, 201268 — 7226 [15]
16February 13–17, 201273 — 7725 [16]
17February 20–24, 201278 — 8226 [17]
18February 27 - March 2, 201283 — 8726 [18]
19March 5–9, 201288 — 9225 [19]
20March 12–15, 201293 — 9626 [20]
21March 20–23, 201297 — 10025 [21]
22March 26–30, 2012101 — 10525 [22]
23April 2–6, 2012106 — 11024 [23]
24April 9–13, 2012111 — 11526 [24]
25April 16–20, 2012116 — 12026 [25]
26April 23–27, 2012121 — 12526 [26]
27April 30 - May 4, 2012126 — 13025 [27]
28May 7–11, 2012131 — 13527 [28]
May 13, 201213632 [29]

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