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* ThoseTwoActors: In addition to this series, Xiao Zhan (Yan Bingyun) and Li Qin (Lin Wan'er) have appeared together in two series (''Battle Through the Heavens'' and ''The Wolf'') and a film (''Film/JadeDynasty'').

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* ThoseTwoActors: In addition to this series, Xiao Zhan (Yan Bingyun) and Li Qin (Lin Wan'er) have appeared together in two series (''Battle Through the Heavens'' and ''The Wolf'') ''Series/TheWolf'') and a film (''Film/JadeDynasty'').


* RetroactiveRecognition: As ''Series/JoyofLife'' was aired before ''Series/{{The Untamed}}'', Xiao Zhan, who got big playing Wei Wuxian in the latter, may be this for some.

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* ThoseTwoActors: In addition to this series, Xiao Zhan (Yan Bingyun) and Li Qin (Lin Wan'er) have appeared together in two series (''Battle Through the Heavens'' and ''The Wolf'') and a film (''Film/JadeDynasty'').


* {{Development Hell}}: The lengthy delay between the first and second seasons may have something to do with the global pandemic throwing off filming schedules.

* {{Doing it For the Art}}: Chen Daoming, who plays the emperor, is well-known for only taking roles that he really cares about, so the fact that he chose to appear in this show says that something about it spoke to him.

* {{Do It Yourself Theme Tune}}: The ending theme song for the show, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BED1GuR9ro8 《余年 Yu Nian》]] (eng: "One's Remaining Years") is sung by Xiao Zhan, who plays Yan Bingyun.

* {{Retroactive Recognition}}: As ''Series/JoyofLife'' was aired before ''Series/{{The Untamed}}'', Xiao Zhan, who got big playing Wei Wuxian in the latter, may be this for some.

* {{Shout Out}}: Done a bunch of times by Fan Xian.

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* {{Development Hell}}: DevelopmentHell: The lengthy delay between the first and second seasons may have something to do with the global pandemic throwing off filming schedules.

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* {{Doing it For the Art}}: DoingItForTheArt: Chen Daoming, who plays the emperor, is well-known for only taking roles that he really cares about, so the fact that he chose to appear in this show says that something about it spoke to him.

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* {{Do It Yourself Theme Tune}}: DoItYourselfThemeTune: The ending theme song for the show, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BED1GuR9ro8 《余年 Yu Nian》]] (eng: "One's Remaining Years") is sung by Xiao Zhan, who plays Yan Bingyun.

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* {{Retroactive Recognition}}: RetroactiveRecognition: As ''Series/JoyofLife'' was aired before ''Series/{{The Untamed}}'', Xiao Zhan, who got big playing Wei Wuxian in the latter, may be this for some.

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* {{Shout Out}}: ShoutOut: Done a bunch of times by Fan Xian.



** During the assassination attempt at the beginning of the show, Fan Xian's attacker flings open his coat to let fly a dozen daggers, to which Fan Xian exclaims, [[Manga/{{Doraemon}} "Doraemon?!"]]

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** During the assassination attempt at the beginning of the show, Fan Xian's attacker flings open his coat to let fly a dozen daggers, to which Fan Xian exclaims, [[Manga/{{Doraemon}} "Doraemon?!"]]"Doraemon?!"]]
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** To classic literature such as ''Literature/DreamoftheRedChamber'' and Du Fu's poetry.

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** To classic literature such as ''Literature/DreamoftheRedChamber'' ''Literature/{{Dream of the Red Chamber}}'' and Du Fu's poetry.


** During the assassination attempt at the beginning of the show, Fan Xian's attacker flings open his coat to let fly a dozen of daggers, to which Fan Xian exclaims, [[Manga/{{Doraemon}} "Doraemon?!"]]

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** During the assassination attempt at the beginning of the show, Fan Xian's attacker flings open his coat to let fly a dozen of daggers, to which Fan Xian exclaims, [[Manga/{{Doraemon}} "Doraemon?!"]]


** During the assassination attempt at the beginning of the show, Fan Xian's attacker flings open his coat to let fly a dozen of daggers, to which Fan Xian exclaims, [[Manga/Doraemon "Doraemon?!"]]

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** During the assassination attempt at the beginning of the show, Fan Xian's attacker flings open his coat to let fly a dozen of daggers, to which Fan Xian exclaims, [[Manga/Doraemon [[Manga/{{Doraemon}} "Doraemon?!"]]


* {{Retroactive Recognition}}: As ''Series/JoyofLife'' was aired before ''Series/{{The Untamed}}'', Xiao Zhan, who got big playing Wei Wuxian in the latter, may be this for some.

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* {{Retroactive Recognition}}: As ''Series/JoyofLife'' was aired before ''Series/{{The Untamed}}'', Xiao Zhan, who got big playing Wei Wuxian in the latter, may be this for some.some.

*{{Shout Out}}: Done a bunch of times by Fan Xian.
**To classic literature such as ''Literature/DreamoftheRedChamber'' and Du Fu's poetry.
**During the assassination attempt at the beginning of the show, Fan Xian's attacker flings open his coat to let fly a dozen of daggers, to which Fan Xian exclaims, [[Manga/Doraemon "Doraemon?!"]]

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*{{Development Hell}}: The lengthy delay between the first and second seasons may have something to do with the global pandemic throwing off filming schedules.

*{{Doing it For the Art}}: Chen Daoming, who plays the emperor, is well-known for only taking roles that he really cares about, so the fact that he chose to appear in this show says that something about it spoke to him.

*{{Do It Yourself Theme Tune}}: The ending theme song for the show, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BED1GuR9ro8 《余年 Yu Nian》]] (eng: "One's Remaining Years") is sung by Xiao Zhan, who plays Yan Bingyun.

*{{Retroactive Recognition}}: As ''Series/JoyofLife'' was aired before ''Series/{{The Untamed}}'', Xiao Zhan, who got big playing Wei Wuxian in the latter, may be this for some.

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