A chain-smoking lame-legged gangster living in the dregs of society continued to live and waited for revenge opportunities. His love-hate relationship with Kate Tsui (徐子珊) prompted him to demand repayment of financial debts with her body forever. Trapped in three layers of the worst hell and walking between the black and white of society was “Cripple Co,” portrayed by Bosco Wong (黃宗澤) in Lives of Omission <潛行狙擊>.
Cripple Co’s stand-out characterization did not allow Michael Tse (謝天華) to shine alone. Abandoning his handsome exterior, Bosco kissed Kate Tsui forcibly throughout Lives of Omission. In fact, Bosco appeared to resemble a hungry lion seeking pleasure: biting you, eating you, and destroying you. Watching the show at home, Bosco’s girlfriend, Myolie Wu (胡杏兒) did not grumble as working in the entertainment industry required trust. Moreover, her boyfriend knew what to do by establishing a “Two People Protection Unit” to guard the Garden of Eden. Aside from goddess, Kate Tsui, Bosco also drew the line with big-eyed, sharp-faced, and large-busted mainland women by stating, ”I don’t like this type!” Whether it was real or not, it was most critical that Myolie Wu listened!
Popular TVB series, Lives of Omission, will be entering its finale this week. Undercover Criminal Investigation Bureau police officer, Laughing Gor (portrayed by Michael Tse) will be facing Cripple Co (Bosco Wong) in a battle of wits. In fact, Cripple Co was a very refreshing and well-fleshed character for Bosco to portray. Cripple Co entered the mafia since his family fell on difficult financial times. Cripple Co’s leg was crippled by a mafia boss and suffered humiliation, even forced to lick another’s shoe sole. Cripple Co’s encounters were worse than the dregs of society. Deeply in love with lawyer, Kate Tsui, Cripple Co committed questionable actions in order to pay for her overseas education. Since Kate’s character betrayed Cripple Co, this sparked his love-hate feelings. Each time Cripple Co encountered Kate’s character, he kissed her forcibly, similar to a hungry tiger bashing a rabbit, which sparked the excited yelps of