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In the first season finale, weapons are found missing. This prompts Michael to put the post on high alert, deploying soldiers in response to this possible terrorist attack.
The episode was rated 8.60 from 57 votes.
The tribe leans on each other as they cope with the loss of a loved one.
The episode was rated 8.44 from 48 votes.
Denise connects with a wounded soldier who reminds her of her carefree past; Katie is upset to learn her father is going on another secret mission; and Claudia Joy becomes the object of a schoolboy crush.
The episode was rated 8.38 from 55 votes.
The tribe receives word that Fort Marshall is merging with an Air Force base. Kevin has a medical breakthrough. The troops have to redeploy to Afghanistan. Joan makes an important decision regarding her career. Charlie and Nicole decide to look into adoption.
The episode was rated 8.30 from 40 votes.
Pamela becomes increasingly concerned when her stalker crosses the line by talking to her children. Roxy and Roland exchange words after Roland acts once he learns of Trevor's addiction. With Jeremy leaving for the first time Denise and Frank share an emotional goodbye. The Holden's get a visit from an unexpected guest.
The episode was rated 8.28 from 46 votes.
Fort Marshall prepares to welcome military dignitaries, Dr. Joseph Westphal, General George Casey, and Sheila Casey, for their centennial celebration. Hector and Gloria deal with the repercussions of Penny's return. Roxy and Trevor worry over the health of their babies.
The episode was rated 8.26 from 38 votes.
As Emmalin prepares to graduate from high school, Claudia Joy receives potentially devastating news. Pamela gets an unexpected call from Gina which leads her to question her future. Joan gets good news about her health. During an intense phone call with Jeremy, Denise goes into labor.
The episode was rated 8.23 from 43 votes.
Episode Synopsis: Claudia Joy copes with memories of Amanda; Roxy considers expanding her business; Pamela and Chase monitor their behavior in front of their kids; and Roland doubts his professional skills.
The episode was rated 8.23 from 43 votes.
Trevor returns home a hero but is conflicted about the praise being showered on him. Frank, still in Iraq, becomes increasingly worried about Denise's newfound independence, particularly her affinity for her new motorcycle. Denise's friendship with Getti continues to grow. Joan's backup during her maternity leave, Lt. Colonel Evan Connors, arrives on post.
The episode was rated 8.20 from 54 votes.
The bombing of the Hump Bar has everyone experiencing turmoil in attempts to return to normal.
The episode was rated 8.19 from 63 votes.
Latasha worries about Quincy's future in the Army. Gloria agrees to go out on a date with Hector, but is torn when Patrick asks for a second chance. Denise volunteers for a relief mission to an earthquake ravaged country. Tim's behavior starts to worry Holly. Michael and Kat share a moment.The episode was rated from 49 votes.
Denise reevaluates her relationship with Getty when she learns Frank is coming home on leave from Iraq; Roxy enrolls in Roland's class to obtain her GED; Pamela befriends a journalist who interviews her for the local newspaper.The episode was rated from 52 votes.
The Holdens plan a family vacation to get Amanda away from Jeremy; Denise decides to return to work as a hospital nurse; Pamela runs into an old friend while Roxy makes a new one, a recently widowed single mother who must leave the post due to her husband's deathThe episode was rated from 54 votes.
Joan finds out that Roland had an affair. Meanwhile, Pamela signs on as a new host for the post's radio station and Lenore Baker reveals more information about Claudia Joy's past.The episode was rated from 54 votes.
Joan struggles with her decision to terminate her pregnancy; Roxy takes in Betty while she recovers from the bombing; Pamela is frustrated by Chase's ongoing secrets about his work.The episode was rated from 56 votes.
Joan and Evan compete against each other in Fort Marshall's annual war games exercise. Haneen's surgery is a success. Frank and Denise continue to work on their relationship. Pamela gives a young army wife advice on starting her own business.The episode was rated from 43 votes.
Betty learns that her cancer is advancing and decides to fulfill her life long dream of driving across country in a Ford Mustang. Increasingly nervous about becoming a father, Roland spends the day at the hospital's baby ward getting advice from Denise. Rumors swirl about Denise's friendship with Getti, when another nurse sees them together off post.The episode was rated from 56 votes.
It's Roxy's birthday and her mother wants to plan a party for her. She asks Pamela for help with the party. Michael and Claudia Joy talk to Amanda about Jeremy and his behavior with his mother.The episode was rated from 62 votes.
Roxy's hope for a grand reopening of the Hump bar doesn't go off without a hitch. Pamela is offered a coaching position on her son's football team. Joan wants to get her daughter, Sarah Elizabeth, christened before her deployment to Iraq. Chase comes home early from his current deployment, but finds the hardest part will be adjusting to life back home at Fort Marshall.The episode was rated from 40 votes.
Pamela becomes involved in a murder case and is tasked with accompanying an out-of-town detective around Charleston. Elsewhere, Michael informs Claudia Joy he won't be in contact for several days because of a mission.The episode was rated from 41 votes.
Last updated: jun 18, 2021
Good realistic dose of drama. On hold until TV starts sucking again.
Being an army brat myself I can sooo relate to this show. The only thing I find curious is the coziness between the spouses of officers (especially General Officers) and those of NCOs and Enlisted. It just doesn't happen that way. Within an FRG perhaps somewhat, but wives of generals just don't drop into bars populated by those of lower ranks.
I'm so gonna miss them...
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