Dirty Housewives — Synopsis
Barbara Curtis is a 1950s divorcee in a small midwestern town. She has lived the life everyone expected of her - marriage, house, kids. Even after her divorce, she continued the typical routine of a Maple Street housewife, sprinkling daily chores with the appropriate measure of gossip. But when a scandal grips Springfield and brings the FBI to town, Barbara's life changes dramatically.
Sally Norton is a FBI stenographer and de facto agent who comes to Springfield with Agent Theodore Hoover to investigate an interstate embezzlement plot at Springfield's local branch of National Federal Savings and Loan. Sally kindles sexual desires Barbara tried her entire life to suppress.
In the midst of the scandal, Virginia Anderson moves to Maple Street. Unlike Barbara and Sally, Virginia is not afraid to express her sexual preferences - or share them with her new friends. The three women explore their sexual attraction in the midst of the worst scandal Springfield has ever seen and in the face of gossip that could force their relationship to end before they come to terms with their true feelings.