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      Season 3 – Army Wives

      2009 Drama List
      Reviews 50% Fewer than 50 Ratings Audience Score After a whirlwind courtship, bartender and single mom Roxy marries Army Pfc. Trevor LeBlanc and moves with him and her two children to an Army base in Charleston, S.C. There, she soon becomes close friends with other wives on the base, including Denise Sherwood, whose son, Jeremy, temporarily abused her after the deployment of her husband, Maj. Frank Sherwood, until Jeremy joined the service himself; and psychiatrist Roland Burton, a male "Army wife" trying to help his spouse, Lt. Col. Joan Burton, who is struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder. When the "army wives" prepare to leave the base after it is decommissioned, they must adjust to the idea of moving away from their close-knit group of friends. Read More Read Less Watch on Vudu Premiered Jul 18 Buy Now

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      Previous Episode 1 Aired Jun 7, 2009 Best Laid Plans Roxy, Denise, Roland and Pamela offer their support to Claudia Joy and Michael after Emmalin's disappearance; Roxy struggles to get control of the bar. Details Episode 2 Aired Jun 14, 2009 About Face Denise learns that Frank may have been injured in a mission; Claudia Joy attempts to keep her family together; Roland questions his career choices; Pamela helps new Army wives adjust to life on the base. Details Episode 3 Aired Jun 21, 2009 Moving Out Emmalin continues to act out as Claudia Joy searches for a place to live; Trevor makes a bad judgment call; an outside therapist confronts Roland about the kind of care soldiers receive on post; Pamela is determined to find a bigger home. Details Episode 4 Aired Jun 28, 2009 Incoming Michael tries to rebuild his relationship with Emmalin; Pamela and Chase move into a new house; Terrence Price asks Roland to take a full time job as his partner. Details Episode 5 Aired Jul 5, 2009 Disengagement Roxy throws a grand reopening party at the Hump Bar; Pamela is offered a coaching position for her son's football team; Joan wants Sarah Elizabeth christened before she deploys. Details Episode 6 Aired Jul 12, 2009 Family Readiness Joan and Roland prepare for Sarah Elizabeth's christening; Lucky, the dog, finds his way to Fort Marshall; Terrance and Roland help a young Iraqi orphan. Details Episode 7 Aired Jul 19, 2009 Onward Christian Soldier Pamela questions how her son's football coach teaches sportsmanship; Denise and Frank seek relationship advice; Joan and Evan are assigned as opponents for Ft. Marshall's annual war games exercise. Details Episode 8 Aired Jul 26, 2009 Post and Prejudice Joan and Evan compete against each other in Fort Marshall's war games; Haneen's surgery is a success; Frank and Denise continue to work on their relationship. Details Episode 9 Aired Aug 2, 2009 Coming Home Roxy has Finn tested for a learning disability; Claudia Joy accompanies Haneen back to the Middle East; Michael and Emmalin try to repair their relationship. Details Episode 10 Aired Aug 9, 2009 M.I.A. Pamela's excitement over Chase's upcoming return home is cut short when she loses her wallet; Roxy is surprised by a country music singer; Joan struggles with her deployment. Details Episode 11 Aired Aug 16, 2009 Operation: Tango Claudia Joy and Denise serve as companions for the widower of a former senator; Roland finds a way to comfort Joan about her upcoming deployment; Roxy tries to impress the principal at a private school. Details Episode 12 Aired Aug 23, 2009 First Response Claudia Joy and Denise get into a car accident on their way to a spa; Finn enjoys his first day at school; in Iraq, Jeremy is reminded of the importance of life when a fellow soldier is harmed. Details Episode 13 Aired Aug 30, 2009 Duty to Inform Claudia Joy informs Michael and Emmalin that she doesn't want anyone on post to know about her medical condition; Trevor begins his work as an Army recruiter; Pamela becomes concerned when she doesn't hear from Chase. Details Episode 14 Aired Sep 13, 2009 Need to Know Basis Pamela finally gets answers to Chase's whereabouts; Denise begins EMT training; Jeremy is involved in a bombing in Iraq; Roxy comes to a decision about having a baby with Trevor. Details Episode 15 Aired Sep 20, 2009 As Time Goes By Roxy and Pamela meet two older army wives in a nursing home and get a glimpse into Fort Marshall's past. Details Episode 16 Aired Sep 27, 2009 Shrapnel and Alibis Jeremy returns home after the bombing in Iraq; Joan says an emotional goodbye to Roland and Sarah Elizabeth; Pamela and Chase struggle to get along after she catches him in a lie. Details Episode 17 Aired Oct 4, 2009 Fire in the Hole Viola surprises everyone with her singing; Michael learns a four-star general will be making a visit to Fort Marshall; Denise's competitive side comes out during a golf tournament. Details Episode 18 Aired Oct 11, 2009 Fields of Fire Michael and Claudia Joy prepare for Michael's promotion ceremony; Pamela reaches a breaking point in her marriage; Roland struggles with Joan being deployed; Roxy stresses over finances. Details Next
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      Previous David Hinckley New York Daily News Army Wives is soap that doesn't get in your eyes. 4/5 Jun 5, 2009 Full Review Alan Pergament Buffalo News You can do a lot worse than re-enlisting in this appealing Army [Wives]. 3/4 Oct 18, 2019 Full Review Will Harris Army Wives is, well, it is what it is, and that's a soap opera. Given how daytime drama is falling by the wayside in rapid fashion, we can use a bit more melodrama on television, and lord knows Lifetime knows how to do it right. 3.5/5 Oct 18, 2019 Full Review Sandrine Sahakians TV Equals This season has potential for so many stories and so many dramas, I think that it's going to remind us of why we love the show so much. Nov 19, 2013 Full Review Next
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      Previous Louise C Season Three's storyline has several ups and downs, with a good dose of drama! There were a few moments that were not enjoyable, but in context of the story unfolding. Great performances all round. The character development is good, I am starting to like or dislike certain people more as we see how they behave and respond to stress. Episode 6 'Family Readiness' was my favourite. It had all the elements one could hope for in a family /community oriented Army Base. Jeremy bonds with a stray dog in Iraq after a close call and names him Lucky. Joan and Roland plan for Sara Elizabeth's christening. They have it in a church that emphasized community rather than religion. Using a pink rose, the pastor blessed the wee girl touching her feet, hands, eyes, lips and heart, as he recited the words. It was LOVELY. Frank tells Denise that he really wants to stay together and Dee agrees. Haneen needs microsurgery , so the Holden family have her to stay for a month. Emmalin relates to Haneen so well, it is healing for both girls. Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars 07/23/23 Full Review Next Post a review

      Season Info

      Joanna Kerns, Lloyd Ahern II, Rob Spera, Allison Liddi-Brown, Peter Werner, John Terlesky, John T. Kretchmer, Emile Levisetti, Tom Verica, Stephen Gyllenhaal, Gloria Muzio, Kevin Dowling
      Karen Maser, Bruce Zimmerman, Debra Fordham, James Stanley, Rebecca Dameron, T.D. Mitchell, Elizabeth Jacobs, Dianne Messina Stanley
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      Jun 7, 2009
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