Wei Wei finally learns that Nai He is Nai (hahaha. Poor girl), and her friends are shocked at the relationship. Yi Ran maintains her delusions that she has a chance with Nai until he makes quite the public declaration, leaving everyone shocked at the new development.
Wei Wei finally takes the plunge and agrees to meet Nai (yippee. Who knew we would be grateful for an accident?). Guang decides to get closer to Xi as a means of getting closer to Wei Wei, but still has no idea that the woman he’s been gaming with is Xi and not Wei Wei.
Shao Xiang’s a delusional, superficial idiot, who will most certainly get the shock of his life, sometime soon. Wei Wei and Nai He progress to the championship of Candor Heroes, but an accident derails their plans and might just be the spur that Wei Wei needs.
Wei Wei’s falling in love and it’s so clear for the world to see. Nai’s just as in love with her too, meaning it’s just a matter of time before he takes things offline. Yang gets yet another glimpse into how awesome his tutor is, and Yi Ran’s delusional, but it’s not like her friend is any different anyway.
Zhen Yi tries to separate the boys and they stick to their guns and prove that this friendship is solid (may it remain so to the very end). Nai’s online seduction is working very well and Wei Wei’s having thoughts that would make Nai very happy (should he be privy to them, that is).
Wei Wei continues to prove that she’s the heroine of both ours and Nai’s dreams (girl, you are amazing!). Yi Ran and Guang continue in the way delusional second leads do. Xi makes her first entry into the gaming world and Guang will soon follow after. Of course they’re both doing it for the wrong reasons but only time will tell if it might right itself out in the end.
Nai continues to prove that he knows Wei Wei best (even though at the moment, he only knows her via the game). Guang starts his courting in earnest, and decides that when a girl doesn’t like you back, it’s best to convince her otherwise through online gaming and a challenge of a one-on-one with the guy she likes.
Yi Ran finally gets her meeting with Nai, although he is utterly unimpressed with her, nor does he spare her feelings by trying to pretend otherwise (hahahaha. So good). Shao Xiang proves that he’s only surface deep and Guang finally apologizes for being a jerk.
We start our courtship off in the same way we started off the drama: in the role playing game. Nai He sets out to not only marry Wei Wei but making it everything she didn’t know she wanted (in other words, he so kicked Zhen Shui’s butt. Hahahaha). Guang’s a poison pen writer, Wei Wei’s no shrinking violet and Nai has a cruel streak that works perfectly well for me.
Gaming, a kickass heroine who is smart, capable, beautiful and with a solid head on her shoulders; it’s 44 mins of awesomeness that guarantees that Love o2o will have its place in my heart. Wei Wei’s awesome, as her friends and roommates. Nai’s still unknown, although the little we see has him in a good light. Even in games assholes will still be assholes, but nothing says I can do better than you than finding a top notch replacement for your jerk of an ex-husband.