Army Wives is an American drama series that follows the lives of four army wives, one army husband, and their families.
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Trevor's buddy Cory arrives at Fort Marshall with his wife to have surgery on his burn injuries; Hector tries to reconcile with Gloria; Jackie gives Claudia Joy lessons at the gun range; Denise attempts to move past the beach-house shooting.
The episode was rated 6.97 from 38 votes.
Joan is very anxious to return home after rebuilding schools in Iraq she hopes the news she will receive will be orders that she will be allowed to go back with her unit before she got injured. A broken leg could end Emmalin's dreams of being a professional hockey player. Pamela and Chase take the steps to change something in their marriage after their children began to sense that that thing is very bad.
The episode was rated 7.09 from 44 votes.
Claudia Joy helps retired veterans with their legal problems; Roxy worries about Cody's depression; Trevor urges Hector to see a marriage counselor; Nicole gets upset when Charlie breaks the news of their engagement to Nicole's unsupportive mom
The episode was rated 7.26 from 39 votes.
Claudia Joy is happy to have Emmalin and Michael back under the same roof, but it's clear to Claudia Joy that they both have something else on their minds. An incident on post reminds Denise how much she misses being a nurse. Pamela is worried when Boone is assigned to evaluate her job performance.
The episode was rated 7.27 from 49 votes.
General Clarke joins Fort Marshall and causes old wounds to reopen between Claudia Joy. Roxy is presented with a variety of opportunities with the possibility of Fort Marshall being combined with another base. Joan gets reprimanded for not considering combining Fort Marshall with other bases as a way to keep them open.
The episode was rated 7.33 from 42 votes.
Joan will be dealing with controversy involving her newly adopted son, David after he and a classmate get into an accident. The wives gather to support the family. The friendship between Claudia joy and Denise gets into trouble after the animosity between Jackie Clark and Claudia joy continues. Roxie and Trevor help a couple try to straighten them there relationship out.
The episode was rated 7.38 from 40 votes.
Emmalin and Michael's disagreement about their futures puts Claudia Joy in the middle. Meanwhile, Denise goes back to work, and Trevor contemplates attending Officer Candidate School.
The episode was rated 7.39 from 46 votes.
When Roxy and Pamela meet two older army wives, Elise and Virginia, in a nursing home, they get a glimpse into Fort Marshall during WWII. Elise and Virginia share their stories and relive their experiences through flashbacks. Roxy and Pamela discover the parallel challenges that army wives have dealt with throughout the years, while also seeing how society has evolved culturally.
The episode was rated 7.40 from 40 votes.
An Army wife facing deportation gets help from Claudia Joy and Chandler; Roxy makes headway with her plans for a truck stop; and Roland and Joan babysit Molly when Denise gets the flu.
The episode was rated 7.42 from 43 votes.
The 23rd division is called to go to Africa where help is needed urgently. Tanya and another doctor work to save a wounded sergeant. Claudia Joy is back home dealing with her medical crisis, while Denise and Jackie pay a visit to the family of the sergeant and welcome them to Fort Marshall. Roxie convinces a rather reluctant army wife to participate in the family readiness group to make other self feel comfortable at Fort Marshall. Roland learns something about Charlie. Back in Africa the troops defend a medical clinic against a militia.
The episode was rated 7.48 from 42 votes.
Last updated: jun 18, 2021
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