The story doesn't seem very plausible. What's the possibility that a well-liked female doctor got cheated on and almost the whole town knows about it but all decide to lie to her, including her best friend/colleague? The plot after Gemma found out about her husband's infidelity seem odd (characters' actions don't make much sense) e.g. The fact that she slept with what's his name? Is also out of her character. A very logical person like her would find other ways to get her husband finances/ get back at her husband. The whole thing resolved quickly than one would expect. However, this series is meaningful in a way that it reminds us all that we should not fully rely ourselves on others (emotionally and otherwise), because people act in their self-interest and they don't always do what's right. They might betray or walk away from you. At the end of the day you only have yourself to count on. The idea that 'all men are biological and they act on their needs instead of being committed' was brought up several times, but i think this is just what the writer planted to initiate discussion about marriage, infidelity, and the psychology behind it all. I think Gemma is a sensible, sophisticated human being who has a career that she enjoys and a family that she loves. She also has a strong mind. Is the relationship with her husband the only thing wrong in Gemma's life or is there something wrong with Gemma (why she doesn't have strong, healthy relationships) Is it that she met the wrong guy or is she the one that's at fault? Guess we'll find out in the next season about her new relationships and new life.