Lucrece wanted a good man for a husband. She found one in Gerald. She wanted a sweet boy, a good son; she got one in Charlie. She wanted a picture-perfect little family; she’s had one. Now, she wants one last thing, a promise Gerald made her on her wedding night — all those years ago — that when the time had come, she could get a divorce. The time has come, in her opinion, and come today. Which is why we find Lucrece on her roof — on an otherwise average, run-of-the-mill Tuesday — having herself a very big day putting her foot all the way down, as she stands ready and willing to show Gerald and Charlie, that sometimes the only way to keep a family together is to tear them apart.