Princess Agents: Episode 6 – 8 Recap “The Hidden Enemy.”

Xing Er proves she’s a female warrior through and through – it’s not just her skill but also her righteous heart and loyalty to her people. Even when the world is against her, as it often is, she stands her ground and is never the one to break gaze with her enemies.

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Princess Agents: Episodes 3 – 5 Recap “The Protector.”

Please welcome guest writers Candora and Maymay! Thanks to the ladies, I can rest my eyeballs for a little bit. One ship is raising its flag and ready for sail!

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Princess Agents: Episodes 1 & 2 Recap “Survival.”

Hellloooooo! Agent 1106 Kappy reporting to recapping duty. We go from one extreme to another with our double premiere episodes on Monday, from the depths of inhumanity to the glimpses and scattered pieces of hope and kindness. Strong performances all around, all the people I love playing all sorts of shady characters that I will come to love passionately and dislike with a raging pitchfork, praying for their deaths.

Wait, am I too early?

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I Love My President Though He’s A Psycho: Episode 4 & 5 Recap

The most fascinating part of this drama is that the line between hero and villain is blurred. I guess this makes Gong Ou an anti-hero. Good thing Xiao Nian knows how to handle him.

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I Love My President Though He’s A Psycho: Episode 1–3 Recap

You know when you’re not supposed to eat something because it’s unhealthy, but you eat it anyways? That’s this show in a nutshell. It’s over-the-top and feels like a fanfic, but I can’t stop watching. I attribute 75% of the watchableness to the heroine, who has a good head on her shoulders. Every time she rolls her eyes at her “psycho president,” which is often, I feel like she’s telling us: “It’s okay, don’t take this too seriously.”

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Webdrama: I Love My President Though He Is A Psycho

The title already suggests this is gonna be one dysfunctional story. The usual CEOs are crazy without the pyscho label. hehe. I Love My President Though He Is A Psycho (总裁在上我在下) is adapted from the same name novel written by Jiang Xiao Ya published in 2015. The storyline screams eeeeppp! so maybe there’s a hidden meaning somewhere? It follows our heroine, who is a third-rate cartoonist, and she’s captured by the hero – a rich CEO of an IT company. He asks her to return their child, which she “supposedly” gave birth to 3 years ago. When she responds no to his weird story (she doesn’t even know him!), he puts her under house arrest. O____O He uses every mean to force her to return his baby, and she eventually realizes he suffers from paranoia and some type of personality disorder. As he faces her gentleness and courage, he utilizes low-EQ techniques to pursue her. With the secret from three years ago and a surprised return of a friend, what will happen to the budding romance?

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