Shop assistant in the electronics store, May Bao (Kent Cheng) - good-natured fat man, always ready to help those who need it. Therefore, he decides to help the new store employee, a fat Shan (Maria Cordero), which the evil boss (Richard Ng) forced to jump on the trampoline to the delight of visitors. His plan fails miserably, and Mai Bao, along with Shan, is fired-but the cheerful Mai Bao is accustomed to seeing positive in absolutely any situation.
The Dillydale County Fair has something for everyone--Mr. Stubborn is determined to win at "Whack a Clown," Miss Chatterbox and Mr. Grumpy are touring the fun house, and Miss Naughty just signed Mr. Persnickety up to catch a greased pig. In "Wildlife," Mr. Noisy, Miss Helpful, and Mr. Lazy are out in the wilderness interacting with bears and other creatures, while a day at the "Amusement Park" provides very different experiences for Mr. Strong, Mr. Happy, and Mr. Stubborn. "Beach" is the perfect setting for a day spent reading, parasailing, picnicking, or surfing, but Miss Helpful, Miss Daredevil, and Mr. Bump make a strange water-skiing trio in "Lake." Finally, Miss Sunshine is the perfect tour guide in "Science"--too bad Miss Whoops and Miss Helpful aren't equally exemplary employees.
Ben Donovan is a self-involved manager of a second-rate San Diego sports arena who begins to re-evaluate his life on his 40th birthday. Working alongside him is his boss and arena owner, Crystal--attractive, powerful and highly erratic; Alice--the cute, tomboyish marketing director and Ben's friend with benefits; Alonzo--a former basketball player, handsome and unbelievably happy; Ben's assistant, Heather--pretty, sweet, but terrifying because she once lit a boyfriend on fire; Crystal's son, Roman--sweet-faced, clueless and Ben's newest employee; and a hapless operations crew whom Ben refers to collectively as the "Steves."
Based in Shinmiyangyo, or the U.S. expedition to Korea in the late 19th century, Mr. Sunshine tells the story of a Korean boy born into a family of a house servant running away to board an American warship, later to return to his homeland as a U.S. marine officer. He ironically falls in love with an aristocrat’s daughter and discovers the dark scheme to colonize the country that he once ran away from.
Mr. Sunshine is the title of an American sitcom that aired on the ABC network for a season beginning in 1986. The series followed the trials and tribulations of Paul Stark, a blind university professor. Co-stars were Barbara Babcock and Leonard Frey. The series was controversial during its run, attracting criticism from interest groups claiming that Mr. Sunshine poked fun at the visually impaired by using the lead character's disability as a focus for much of the show's humor. Supporters of the series said the show treated the character and the disability respectfully.
Kim Shin is an immortal “goblin,” and has the rather honorable title of being the Protector of Souls. His roommate Wang Yeo also happens to have the equally lofty, if thoroughly opposing, title of Angel of Death, and he acts as the storied grim reaper that claims souls. However, both these devilishly handsome angels have a problem: Wang Yeo has amnesia and Kim Shin wants to end his own (immortal) life. Unfortunately for goblins, the only way to defeat immortality is to marry a human bride. For that purpose, Kim Shin decides to win over Ji Eun Tak an optimistic high school girl who he thinks will be the priestess that ends his cursed existence. Now, once responsible for protecting souls and watching them pass, Kim Shin now tries to send his own to the afterlife. But when a slightly complicated method of suicide starts turning into true love, will our immortal goblin begin to regret his decision--where acting on that very love ultimately means the end of his life?