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Laura Gibson (Sigrid Thornton), a high flying city lawyer is prompted to undergo a 'Seachange' and move to the small coastal town of Pearl Bay where she becomes the magistrate after her husband is arrested for fraud charges and is discovered after having an affair with Laura's sister Trudy. Pearl Bay, a town with many colourful characters in its midst is isolated from the rest of the world after the bridge connecting Pearl bay to Port Deakin was destroyed in a natural disaster which Pearl Bay is known for having. Bob Jelly (John Howard) is the Mayor of this town and he is thought throughout the town as slime, his sneaky and often illegal business deals always backfire and he only thinks of himself. Diver Dan (David Wenham) owns the local cafe/boatshed, he is a quirky, red-headed fisherman who soon becomes Laura's love interest until he leaves for the Galapogas Islands in season 2. Meredith (Jill Forster) runs the towns hotel and restaurant. She is most famous for being able to recall faces, dates, times and events decades after they happen. Harold (Alan Cassell) is the ex-magistrate in Pearl Bay and is Meredith's lover, together they had a child who is Bob Jelly's wife. Rupert and Miranda are Laura's two children, they come with Laura to Pearl Bay to start afresh. Max (William McInnes) A foreign correspondent who comes back to his home town to spend the final years of his wife's life with her. She dies shortly after his arrival and two years later him and Laura are expecting a child. Pearl Bay has many more jovial and wacky people living amongst them, watch the series and find out! This is a wonderful show with hilarious storylines and dramatic moments. Fun for the whole family.moreless
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