Say Yes Enterprise is a show devided into 7 different stories, related one to the other by one common thread: a sort of match-making, or cupid agency.
Each story narrated is different and concluded within a set of episodes.
The first story is called: "Cinderella"
He is a member of elite. She is a street performer. Their worlds collide when they find safety within each other's embrace.
2. Loving Windy Dust
Their love was cut short when she suddenly disappeared one night. Ten years later, he found her. The girl he once knew and loved has become a companion to a ruthless gangster.
3. Love Letter
They fought and they made up. She wanted to get married. He wanted to wait until his career gets on track. The story of their life. But an accident ruined all his plans.
Story 4: The Graduate
She fell in love with a man 18 years her junior. Oh my... he is almost the same age as her son. Worse, he is her son's classmate. Should she follow her heart and risk losing her family?
5. Fatal Attraction
A one night stand. That is all. So he thinks. Now she comes knocking. She is at his workplace. She harasses his wife. She says she is carrying his child. A one night stand. That is all.
6. Kramer vs. Kramer
"Let's do something to get our parents back together!" So the twins switch places. She goes to dad's, and she goes to mom's.
Story 7: You are destined to be my bride
They thought they were finished. She is pursuing her new love. And him, he is wallowing in his self-pity. But life has a way of working itself out. Her new love decides to get back with his ex. And him, he sees another chance for her to fall in love with him again. Add Synopsis In Spanish
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Which is not, thanks to its atypical structure, devided into 7 different stories.
The advantage is, one can skip the story or stories one finds less appealing or interesting and jump to the next without having lost much in terms of development. Even a long break between them is possible, which I personally found refreshing.
I found them all enjoyable, each with a completely different flavour and connected only by the common thread of the Say Yes Enterprise, a pretty improbable cupid agency. The acting is not stellar, but it's solid and realistic and the music varied and very appropriate.
All in all, an enjoyable drama.