The Week the Women WentHD
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When the women of the close-knit town of Yemassee, South Carolina go away for a week, unforeseen challenges inevitably arise, often with surprising results. In this ground breaking social experiment, the men in a small southern town are left to handle all the responsibilities of running their households, businesses and community. This daring, unscripted series is filled with a wide range of challenges and emotions as close friendships are tested, unsung heroes are recognized and society’s ever shifting gender-specific roles continue to evolve. Find out what the men and women of Yemassee learn about themselves and the roles they play in their families, their work and in the community at large. This six episode series offers an inside look at how responsibilities are assigned in today’s society.
|1||HDVideoTil Trains Do Us Part||Yemassee, South Carolina prepares to take part in an unforgettable social experiment - the women||41:18||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|2||HDVideoPearls Gone Wild||The men are shocked to discover that they are expected to host a formal Southern tea party for 60||41:23||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoIt Takes a Village||While the men work to renovate the town s history train station, they are surprised to get help from||41:03||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|4||HDVideoMister Congeniality||The men have been working all week to prepare their daughters for the Miss Sweet Carolina Pageant,||41:06||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoHug O' War||As the women prepare to return, what will remain of the town they left behind? Will Tiger Mom Tammy||41:03||$2.99||View In iTunes|
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I'm ready to see the rest of the season ..Have my attention ..Great idea!!
What a great experience for the men and women. I think this is a very interesting idea and cant wait to watch more. I bet both the men and women will come away with a better understanding and appreciation for their sig others. And finally a new idea for reality tv, woo hoo
i think it's an interesting test to see what happens