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Synopsis: Meryl Jacobson comes home with a carload of groceries, opens the garage door and sees her husband, Hank, hanging by a rope. In shock she gets out of the car, fills her arms with bags and, as she walks past her husband's lifeless body, orders him to come down and help her. At the funeral Meryl's friends come to her side: Sharon, a bartender slinging drinks for a living, Diane, a bipolar time bomb who works as a waitress, and Ada, a stable mother and housewife. Janet, an old acquaintance and ex of Hank's, comes to give her condolences. Meryl brings Janet into the sisterhood despite Diane's complaints and hatred towards Janet. The Museum is the name for the garage. It becomes the gathering place for all the women, with the centerpiece being the rope Hank hung himself with. Things are being left around making the women look at Janet. No one knows Meryl has the note but is yet to find out why Hank hung himself.