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Friday, June 22, 2018

Did Not Answer to 'Jessie'! Michael Tao Reveals the Mystery of Kenix Kwok Becoming 'Car Keys'

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The "Detective Investigation Files" series has been re-airing late at night but is still being highly praised after 23 years. Producer Poon Ka Tak held a dinner gathering of the cast and crew. Many series actors, including Michael Tao, Kenix Kwok, Amy Kwok, Margaret Chung, Charmaine Sheh, Catherine Chau, Joe Ma, Derek Kwok, Gabriel Harrison, Maggie Chan, et al. were in attendacne. [Michael and Kenix] frankly said that they have not seen each other in a long time, although they have previously encountered each other while doing stage performances in Mainland. Kenix frankly said that it was hard to come by; unknowingly, the series was already filmed 23 years ago.

Michael also provided a humourous explanation for 'che si' (car keys); he said, "Everyone also questioned me calling 'Jessie' by the wrong pronunciation. Said 'car keys' because she did not answer to 'Jessie'. Only answered to 'car keys'. Previously, [my] friends also followed along and called her that". Kenix said that it was all because of these 'car keys' that everyone had so many memories. Michael also said that this series finished airing its rerun on July 1st...also reluctant to let it go. He said, "Back then, the viewers really liked guessing whom the killer was, and there was also a hotline in which you could play a guess-the-killer game". When Kenix was asked whether she let her child watch this series, she said, "Would also. Would also let her watch it after studying!"

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