Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
|What was the name of the newspaper that Max Connors edited?||SeaChange
The Oyster . The Oyster had its fair share of controversial moments thoughout series two and three.
|In which church did Karen and Angus get married?||SeaChange
St Bede's. It was Karen's dream to get married there, and in episode 39 Karen and Angus finally tied the knot.
|Which former surfing world champion appeared in a 'Sea Change' episode?||SeaChange
Mark Richards. Mark Richards was almost worshipped by Angus Kabiri.
|Much of the wood in the town was, for a while, infested by a borer from which country?||SeaChange
Philippines . The wood was washed up on the beach after the ship in which it was being transported sank.
Rupert and Miranda. Rupert is played by Kane McNay, and Miranda by Cassandra McGrath.
|What is the name of the pub that Meredith runs?||SeaChange
Tropical Star . The Tropical Star is the main watering hole in the town.
|Which character do viewers hear about, but never get to see?||SeaChange
Bucket. If you piece together the tidbits of information throughout the three series, Bucket sounds like a person of very unusual appearance and habits.
Kerry Armstrong . Kerry Armstrong plays the wife of real estate man Bob Jelly.
|Let's start with a simple warm-up question. Which mythical town do the characters of 'Sea Change' live in?||SeaChange
Pearl Bay. Port Deakin is the name of another mythical town near Pearl Bay.
The Galapagos Islands. Diver Dan hated to stay in one place for too long.
The CFA Dance. The reason they all go is because, and I quote, "You need your local fire service."
A brooch. The incident occured when Jules, an estate agent was showing dancer Franchesca around a house. Franchesca was later revealed to be the thief - amongst other crimes she was wanted for.
The Sydney Times. She was appointed Junior Restaurant Critic.
All of these (The Robert Jelly Tunnel, The Robert James Jelly Tunnel, The Junnel). This came after the short-lived Mrs. Robert James Jelly bridge.
Greenthorn. Bob Jelly is always conspiring with someone to develop Pearl Bay into a bigger, busier city. Greenthorn was damaging the environment, and thanks to Meredith, Miranda and Craig found out and protested.
Alison Whyte. Alison has also appeared in "Frontline," for which she won A TV Week Logie Award, and the ill-fated Seven Network drama "Marshall Law" with Lisa McCune and "SeaChange" star William McInnes.
Kevin and Trevor Finlay. The discussions are usually reflecting on the events of the episode.
The Pearl Bay Oyster. Max grew up in Pearl Bay, and moved back a little way into the series. He had a contract to write a novel, but was sacked by his publisher because he was four months past his deadline.
Port Deakin. Bob Jelly is always trying to rebuild the bridge, but because Pearl Bay is prone to natural disasters, his dreams are always short-lived.
Georgio Armani. When Laura's sister Trudi visited in "The fellowship of the suit," some of the suit owners fought over the suit. However, Diver Dan had only worn it once - to his wedding.
Sticky date pudding . Dan taught Laura to cook and left his cookbook with her when he left Pearl Bay. She was devastated when he left, and was found sitting on the floor of the kitchen, crying. "He named the sticky-date pudding after me!" she cried.
6. Developers wanted to redevelop Brabey Point into a residential area, but didn't because of a massive outcry from Pearl Bay residents due to the supernatural power of Brabey Point to make people fall in love.
Harold. Harold was a lawyer while Laura was the magistrate. Later, Laura also resigned from the magistrate's position in favour of representing her daughter Miranda and her boyfriend Craig when they were charged after protesting against an environment-damaging development.
|I married police officer Karen Miller. I almost became a professional surfboard maker but declined the offer as it wouldn't give me enough time to surf. Who am I?||"SeaChange" Characters
Angus Kabiri. Tom Long played Angus.
Tom has also starred in "Young Lions" and the miniseries "Do or Die."
|I was the magistrate before Laura Gibson arrived in town, at which point I became a lawyer. I had a drinking problem. I also have an illegitimate child with a certain pub owner. Who am I?||"SeaChange" Characters
Harold Fitzwalter. Harold is played by Alan Cassell.
|I had my real estate licence revoked, planned to have a tunnel named after me and conspired with a rather creepy man named Morton Tragonning. Who am I?||"SeaChange" Characters
Bob Jelly. Bob is played by John Howard, who has also starred in "Always Greener" and "All Saints."
|The Port Deakin police don't particularly like me, and I try out for the Police Band every year but never get in. Who am I?||"SeaChange" Characters
Graham Grey. Sergeant Graham Grey is played by Bruce Alexander.
|I planned a circumnavigation of the world for eight years but was shipwrecked on the first night. I run the caravan park. Who am I?||"SeaChange" Characters
Kevin. Trevor is Kevin's son, whom he planned the circumnavigation with.
Kevin is played by Kevin Harrington, who has also starred in "Neighbours" and the film "The Dish."
|I have an incredible ability to remember the dates of specific events - or you could just tell me a date and I'll tell you all sorts of things that happened on that day. Who am I?||"SeaChange" Characters
Meredith. Miranda Gibson once did a school project on the history of Pearl Bay, and Meredith told her seemingly small things about particular days, such as one when there were no babies born.
|I visited Pearl Bay a few years before moving there and ate dinner at the Tropical Star twice. My middle name is Joy. Who am I?||"SeaChange" Characters
Laura Gibson. Laura is played by successful Australian actress Sigrid Thornton, also known for her roles in "All the Rivers Run" and "The Man from Snowy River."
|I grew up in Pearl Bay, where I am known as Mullet. My brother is known as Squid and my father Les almost had a pool named after him because he is the closest thing to a swimming champion Pearl Bay has ever seen. Who am I?||"SeaChange" Characters
Max. Max Connors was played by successful Australian actor William McInnes, also known for his roles in "Blue Heelers," "Marshall Law," and the miniseries "Do or Die."