Army Wives, Season 1HDClosed Captioning
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The Army wives face all sorts of challenges in trying to fit in, stay connected with their soldier spouses, and abide by strict military traditions. As the season unfolds, these characters will form an unlikely alliance as they help one another through the unthinkable and protect each other's darkest secrets. There's Claudia Joy Holden (the strong and respected wife), Denise Sherwood (the devoted homemaker with a troubled teen), Pamela Moran (a woman struggling to keep her family from financial doom), Roxy LeBlanc (a mom who married a soldier after a four-day courtship), and Roland Brown (a psychiatrist whose traumatized wife just returned from serving in Afghanistan). They may come from different places, but these characters create unbreakable bonds. And each of them knows one thing for sure: The Army has its code. The wives have their own.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoA Tribe Is Born||After only a four-day courtship, Roxy impetuously decides to marry Pfc. Trevor LeBlanc and moves with her two kids to his Army post. Floundering in her new life as an Army wife, she takes a job bartending at a local joint known for being a Jody bar (where civilian men go to hit on enlisted men's wives). While on the post, Roxy meets Claudia Joy Holden, who believes that her husband Col. Michael Holden's promotion didn't come through because of base politics. Another Army wife, Pamela Moran, is heavily pregnant with twins -- she's secretly acting as a surrogate to get her family out of debt. Meanwhile, psychiatrist Roland Burton is trying hard to reconnect with his wife, Lt. Col. Joan Burton, who has just returned from Afghanistan. Then there's Denise Sherwood, who is dealing with her son Jeremy's anger-management issues as her strict husband, Maj. Frank Sherwood, is about to be deployed. The unlikely group bonds when Pamela unexpectedly goes into labor at Claudia Joy's wives' tea party. Not wanting everyone to know her family's dire financial situation, Pamela relies on these new friends to keep her surrogacy from being exposed.||42:44||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoAfter Birth||When she arrives at the hospital, Pamela learns that the couple who paid her to be a surrogate is out of town and can't pick up the twins right away; Claudia Joy offers to house the newborns to protect Pamela's secret. Meanwhile, Trevor's upcoming deployment to Iraq prompts him to make a surprise offer to adopt Roxy's kids. On another front, Denise's abusive son, Jeremy, is still out of control, and she needs help protecting herself. Roxy comes to the rescue. Attempting to rekindle the romance with Joan, Roland plans an intimate dinner, but it's ruined by her heavy drinking and harsh accusations. Pamela leans on her husband for comfort when she says goodbye to the babies she carried.||42:38||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Art of Separation||Claudia Joy's daughter Amanda gets arrested at a war protest. And Claudia Joy isn't the only mom with problems: Denise has a showdown with Jeremy and lies about his West Point plans to her husband. Joan checks in on one of her men who's suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, and Roland hears about a soldier having reoccurring nightmares about his commanding officer, which turns out to be Joan. Pamela and Chase try to reconnect, but the surrogacy continues to cause challenges. Meanwhile, Roxy's ex wreaks havoc for Trevor's plans to adopt T.J., but a happy ending is in sight. At a get together at Claudia Joy's, the group learns that Denise's husband's helicopter crashed in Iraq. No one knows if he's survived.||40:51||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoOne of Our Own||Roxy learns that Marilyn, Fort Marshall's biggest gossip, is having an affair, but promises to keep Marilyn's secret. At Claudia Joy's annual Independence Day picnic, Pamela is devastated when Chase is suddenly called away on a Delta Force mission. Roland champions Joan by asking Colonel Holden to consider her 20 years of service, but Joan is torn between retiring from the Army or facing a possible court-martial.||41:17||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoIndependence Day||Roxy learns that Marilyn, Fort Marshall's biggest gossip, is having an affair, but promises to keep Marilyn's secret. At Claudia Joy's annual Independence Day picnic, Pamela is devastated when Chase is suddenly called away on a Delta Force mission. Roland champions Joan by asking Colonel Holden to consider her 20 years of service, but Joan is torn between retiring from the Army or facing a possible court-martial.||42:36||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoWho We Are||Roxy learns that Marilyn, Fort Marshall's biggest gossip, is having an affair, but promises to keep Marilyn's secret. At Claudia Joy's annual Independence Day picnic, Pamela is devastated when Chase is suddenly called away on a Delta Force mission. Roland champions Joan by asking Colonel Holden to consider her 20 years of service, but Joan is torn between retiring from the Army or facing a possible court-martial.||42:12||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|7||HDClosed CaptioningVideoHail and Farewell||After a childhood filled with broken promises, Roxy has a hard time trusting that her mother, Marda, is sober. To surprise her daughter, Marda enlists Pamela to help plan a birthday party for Roxy. Jeremy decides to enlist in the Army and seeks comfort from Amanda. However, Michael and Claudia Joy try to diffuse the romance between them by revealing details of Jeremy's past behavior to Amanda. Meanwhile, Denise is distraught about Jeremy's decision to enlist.||42:55||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|8||HDClosed CaptioningVideoOnly the Lonely||After a childhood filled with broken promises, Roxy has a hard time trusting that her mother, Marda, is sober. To surprise her daughter, Marda enlists Pamela to help plan a birthday party for Roxy. Jeremy decides to enlist in the Army and seeks comfort from Amanda. However, Michael and Claudia Joy try to diffuse the romance between them by revealing details of Jeremy's past behavior to Amanda. Meanwhile, Denise is distraught about Jeremy's decision to enlist.||42:53||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|9||HDClosed CaptioningVideoNobody's Perfect||Joan returns home, surprising Roland with her early arrival and her determination to put their marriage before her career. Frank is upset when Denise is delayed at the hospital and fails to show up at Maj. Weatherford's "Hail and Farewell." At the party, Claudia Joy overhears a heated domestic dispute between Lenore Baker and her husband moments before he collapses from an aneurysm -- which results in Michael temporarily assuming the top-ranking position at Fort Marshall.||41:42||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|10||HDClosed CaptioningVideoDirty Laundry||Controversy erupts on the base when Claudia Joy discovers that her old friend Hannah White (guest star Ann Cusack) is returning to the post not only for a ceremony that will honor her late husband, Derrick, but also to reveal that she's going to testify before Congress to uncover the truth about his death in Afghanistan. The confrontation leaves Claudia Joy in the middle, between Michael's urging to cut ties with Hannah in order to protect the Army's image and her desire to help her close friend find out if Derrick died as a result of friendly fire. Roxy stresses over her marriage when her sex life with Trevor comes to a complete halt. Roland feels guilty about his affair but decides to keep it a secret from Joan.||41:46||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|11||HDClosed CaptioningVideoTruth and Consequences||Frank is being deployed in three days, and though Denise urges him to see Jeremy before he leaves, it's an inadvertent meeting with Amanda that spurs Frank to do it. Frank confronts his son about hitting Denise but soon realizes that the abuse stems from his absence as a father in Jeremy's life. Roland is finally forced to confess to Joan about his one-night stand. Inspired by a colorful spat with Pamela over a parking space, Maj. Ned Case hires Pamela as an on-air host for the post's radio station.||42:31||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|12||HDClosed CaptioningVideoRules of Engagement||During a night out at the Hump Bar, Roland opens up to the group about his separation from Joan. Michael is officially appointed the new brigadier general of the post, and Claudia Joy eagerly takes on new responsibilities to support him. Claudia Joy and Michael are not pleased to hear that Amanda has decided to take time off before heading to college. Meanwhile, Roland and Joan's separation affects Joan's work.||42:37||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|13||HDClosed CaptioningVideoGoodbye Stranger||The post is put on high alert after a terrorist threat, and Michael orders Frank, Trevor and Chase to deploy immediately, leaving all their spouses to commiserate together.||41:59||$0.99||View in iTunes|
Totally great show
The first time I watched this show it was on accident and in the middle of the first episode.I finally saw the first episode from the beginning and got hooked. I come from a military family and am now married to a solider. This show will help the spouses understand a little bit of what it's like being away for them when they are away.It also has just about every family situation that you can imagine.I found that I actually have a small piece of each character in myself... I actually got my husband to watch it with me. Every Sunday night at 10 we would watch it together and then have a discussion. With him being in the army he would explain everything to me. Yeah..guys...if your wife is in the military...check out Roland. I would tell anyone especially...the "Army Wives" to watch it. Can't wait for Season 2.
Not just a show for women...
I just happened to luck into watching this show when the first episode aired. What a great surprise it was! It's smart, touching, funny, and very well written. There were also great songs used in the series (many of which I bought on itunes). My husband often watched with me and enjoyed the show almost as much as I did. I can't wait until season two and I highly recommend every episode of season one.
I remember this summer when I was in Georgia spending time with my family before school started again how everyone was praising this show, and I was like, "I'll admit that Lifetime has good movies, but t.v. shows, and it's about the army, I don't think so." But one night when they aired the two recent episodes and then the new one, I was hooked. I watched it every week. I couldn't believe that I, a 15 year-old, could enjoy a show like this. I mean, I have all the seasons of The O.C. and One Tree Hill in my closet, and now I'm watching a show about Army wives, but I have to say, this show is amazing. Believe it or not, my step-aunt and her husband just got from serving a term over in Iraq and her mother said it just takes the way the Army is and shows you what the families go through and the way they all bond and everything. It's a great show, and I can't wait for the second to come. All hail Army Wives.
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- Genre: Drama
- Released: Jun 03, 2007
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- CCin English