Ko Hei Man (Jessica Hsuan) is a court judge that takes her work very seriously. She believes everyone is equal before the law and judges each and every case as justly and fairly as she can. Kot Kwok Kwong (Sunny Chan) is Man's supportive husband who obediently takes care of the household duties and their son. The couple first met in England, and after a one-night stand, Man discovers she is pregnant. Kwong takes full responsibility for the baby, but the couple is left wondering if marriage was the right decision.
Kwong's sexist and old-fashioned father objects to his son's ways of always listening to his wife. He believes Kwong needs to focus on work, while Man should learn to be a house-wife. These old fashioned ways is what drove his daughter, Kot Bo-Yee (Natalie Tong), to leave home. Bo-Yee suddenly returns to Hong Kong after studying in America and Kwong soon finds out that Bo-Yee was expelled from America for charges of violence. Trying to hide from her father, Man sends Bo-Yee to go live with Dai Ji-Hung (Dave Wong), Man's ex-boyfriend. Dai Ji-Hung still has feelings for Man that he can't put down, so Bo-Yee takes it upon herself to make Hung fall in love with her instead.
Man and Kwong face many obstacles in their marriage, mainly due to Man's stubbornness and Kwong's foolishness. Man turns to Leung Sin-Sin (Selena Li), prosecuting lawyer, and yoga instructor Lo Wing-See (Fiona Yuen) for advice. Sin believes that in a marriage, there is no right and wrong and that Man and Kwong need to learn to compromise. See, however, believes that all men in the world are jerks. Meanwhile, Kwong seeks advice from So Ah-Gei (Patrick Tang), defense lawyer, and his "manly" uncle, Kot Tak Wan (Johnson Lee). Both of them tell Kwong that he needs to man up and show his wife who's in charge.
How will the couples of Man and Kwong, Sin and Gei, See and Wan, and Bo-Yee and Ji-Hung learn to work out their differences?