Malcolm had managed to get his first job as a sales rep for a kitchen firm, out to impress, and make a name for himself; he rang the door bell, confidently. It was a confident start that would lead him down an avenue he could not have expected.
Miriam, the widow of the original owner of Alanís Kitchens, and a qualified designer, was not impressed by his cavalier attitude, or crude intonations. She saw something in him that made her want to help him, but was she strong enough to be the bully, and matriarch. With the help of her neighbours, she was confident she could be.
They were four wealthy, single females out for fun and games, and with purpose. Little did Malcolm realise, when he agreed to their methods of training him, the anger, at the poor quality of the firm he had worked for, and the retribution of several female clients, seeking revenge.
Miriam and the girls had to defend him, as he became the object of dismayed, female avengers, seeking revenge, as they trained him to be a quality rep.