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Thirty-six year-old Edison Archer, a San Franciscan, is in Seattle tending to his parents' house in the wake of their mysterious passing. He feels very much alone, even when in the company of old friends, Linda and Brett Gale, who he learns are facing their own problems. Linda, once part of the hip San Francisco arts scene, is now a ballooning housewife with a stalled career and a newfound passion for Bundt cakes. Brett is frustrated that his formerly vivacious and frisky wife appears permanently frigid to his advances. Enter Cherie Cahill, a pill-popping and churchgoing realtor who aggressively pressures Edison to sell his house and even more aggressively pursues Brett. In San Francisco, Adam Sirna, an executive assistant, is desperately hoping to find a way out of his rut of office servitude. Always aware of the gay math, where thirty is the new fifty, he is fearful that life is passing him by. Up the hill from Adam, Val Panos, after a streak of bad career moves in the tech sector, is nearly penniless and reduced to squatting at her successful friends' posh condo while they are out of town. Equal parts mystery and wit, Metropause is a fast-paced comedy about people navigating the murky waters of denial, and the unexpected consequences when reality intrudes.
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