Leung Hau-Chi (Choi Siu Fun, Ada), a typical Hong Kong girl – fussy, arrogant and easily irritated by the sight of beautiful young ladies. She is desperate for love but her love story always ends with a bad ending. As Chi is plunged into misery and despair, an accident happens and leads to her abrupt transformation into a superwoman of charm and immense strength. Every time Chi mutates, she is equipped with extraordinary powers, through which she fights for justice and helps the weak, joyously exploring and experiencing a dazzling kaleidoscope of adventures. Along the way, she is happy to have met three nice men, namely the brave yet traditional policeman Yeung Ho-Yin (Wong Tak Bun), the good-natured gentleman turned nouveau-riche businessman Tsu Wing-Fai (Raymond Cho), and the super-talented genius Kan Ming-Hin (Chan Ho, Moses). Fortuitously, Hin is in love with Chi in both her usual and mutated states, leaving her stranded on the horns of a dilemma.
It is always hard to be plain and perfect at the same time. Even superwoman will face many problems in life, Chi is unable to get out of the maze of love. How is Chi going to cope with it? Who would be the one for her for a lifetime?
Au-Yeung Wai-Lan, owner of a martial arts training school, is reunited with her long-lost son Koo Yu-Cheung after years of agonizing separation. On his return home, Yu-Cheung is shocked to find that his younger brother Koo Yu-Tong has been critically ill and that his father was murdered long ago by Wing Tak, the existing director of a pharmaceutical company and a bitter old foe of the Koos. Yu-Cheung has never been into kung-fu but shows glimpses of his potential when he strikes back at the impudent, arrogant Wing Man-Kwan, also the son of Wing Tak. Pinning all her hopes on Yu-Cheung, Wai-Lan not only teaches him a special set of kung-fu skills created by the family, but also registers for him for the Seven States Martial Arts Championship Tournament. Out of the blue, Yu-Cheung’s opponent in the final turns out to be Wing Man-Kwan.
Yu-Cheung and Wing Man-Kwan were both exhausted by fighting each other in the final, both wanting to win so badly. Eventually, Yu-Cheung’s master told Yu-Cheung to lose the battle, not wanting him to die or to kill.
After the tournament, Yu-Cheung and his family found evidence to prove to everyone that Wing Tak is guilty. Wing Tak began to use cruel ways again to save himself. He even kidnapped Ying Ngan-Ming. Will he succeed in fooling everyone again?
In order to rescue her best friend COCO KAM (Rain Lau), masseuse CHENG SIU-YAN (Flora Chan) is embroiled in a triad murder case. Misconceiving that she has killed someone, YAN hides away from the police and gangsters by reluctantly returning to her long-separated father CHENG TSUN-CHEONG (Shek Sau). CHEONG opens a Chinese herbal tea shop but the business is failing. YAN drags through the days stressfully until NG CHUNG-MING (Joe Ma) comes into her life. MING claims to have a secret prescription for making Chinese herbal tea but he is actually an undercover police. By investigating YAN’s case, MING hopes to get promoted and marry his inspector girlfriend CHEUNG SZ-MAN (Sharon Chan) at the end. MING’s supervisor CHEUNG SZ-CHAI (Power Chan) used to oppress him a lot and MING is losing confidence at work. However, ever since he meets the cheerful YAN, MING begins to develop his self-esteem and find his life path. His delicate relationship with YAN also starts to grow. MING’s younger brother NG CHUNG-HONG (Law Him) meets YAN’s younger sister CHENG SIU-MAN (Mandy Wong) and love grows spontaneously. However, YAN figures out MING’s identity and she believes that the two brothers are making use of them to carry out investigation. On the other hand, MING learns that YAN’s cousin LEUNG KING-HO (Louis Yuen) is just released from jail and he is familiar with the gang leader, and YAN is considered in connection with the case. Their blossoming relationship is thrown into turmoil as they get closer to the truth.
In search of the last model for his painting “Nine Pretty Women”, acclaimed scholar TONG BAK FU (Moses Chan) goes on a trip to Hangzhou with his ardent disciple WAT GEI (Johnson Lee). While there, he meets a pretty young maid from WAH’s Residence, CHAU HEUNG (Myolie Wu). FU is mesmerized by HEUNG’s beauty and martial agility and falls in love with her right away. In order to approach the girl, he disguises as a servant and assumes the pseudonym WAH ON, seeking to win her affections with his talent and ingenuity. But contrary to his wishes, HEUNG is unmoved and even harbours an intense dislike for him after a series of misunderstandings. Master of the family WAH HUNG SHAN (Ha Yu) knew from the very beginning that FU is not a common man. By the time his true identity is revealed, the scholar has already developed a close bond with the whole of the family, except HEUNG. In the meantime, NING WONG (Savio Tsang), who has been attempting to rebel against Emperor CHING TAK (Chris Lai), has managed to involve FU in his conspiracy by stratagem, thus getting the man and the WAHs into big trouble. NING’s daughter CHU TING YUK (Fala Chen) is in love with FU. Desperate to save her dream man, she forces LING to release FU by threatening to kill herself. YUK’s consuming passion for FU seems to have caused a ripple of unease in HEUNG, who is starting to feel a little twinge of jealousy inside.
Pharmaceutical company employee CHING SUM (Michael Miu) has an overbearing wife, KO LAI SUM (Maggie Cheung). In order not to fight head-on with her, he has been playing ostrich in their seven years of marriage. LAI SUM, however, has never stopped watching his move, as she always believes he is fooling around behind her back. SUM’s younger brother, CHING YEE (Michael Tse), laughs at SUM a lot, but he also feels sorry for his plight, and gives him practical advices whenever he can. One day, SUM is caught red-handed in Shenzhen by LAI SUM, who proposes to divorce him! YEE always claims he has never lost in the game of love, until he meets MIU LING CHI (Teresa Lee), a newly recruited management staff of the company. YEE loses bitterly this time, and almost loses his job, too.