In this file photo taken in July, women residents of Yemassee practice leaving town during a rehearsal for the television show "The Week the Women Went." The five-day series, the first episode of which airs tonight on Lifetime, chronicles how the men and children of the town survived for seven days taking care of business while also completing a community project with the women away.
In this file photo taken in July, women residents of Yemassee practice leaving town during a rehearsal for the television show "The Week the Women Went." The five-day series, the first episode of which airs tonight on Lifetime, chronicles how the men and children of the town survived for seven days taking care of business while also completing a community project with the women away.
In this file photo taken in July, women residents of Yemassee practice leaving town during a rehearsal for the television show "The Week the Women Went." The five-day series, the first episode of which airs tonight on Lifetime, chronicles how the men and children of the town survived for seven days taking care of business while also completing a community project with the women away.

Yemassee's The Week the Women Went: best subplot of the little town that could

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