The last of six months allotted to evacuate Fort Marshall, everyone is about ready; about Roxie, whose friends fear she's in denial. To Trevor's shock, she won't listen and even turns down the only ...
New Yorker and new doctor Zoe Hart accepts an offer from a stranger, Dr. Harley Wilkes, to work in his medical practice in Bluebell, Alabama. She arrives to find he has died and left half the practice to her in his will.
In season 6 Roxy and Trevor name their twin sons Drew and Wyatt. Drew is Drew Fuller's first real name and Wyatt and the name of Piper's son in Charmed, a show in which Drew Fuller starred in and Brigid Brannagh guest starred in. See more »
A visiting aunt is on the base. It is mentioned that she lost a son in the Vietnam war. The war ended nearly 40 years ago and if the woman was to be old enough for that to be true, she would be around age 80, which she is not. See more »
[Belgrad is holding Claudia Joy and Roland hostage at the hospital Roland works at]
Sgt Peter Belgrad:
Why are you talking?
Claudia Joy Holden:
Don't know. I figured if I'm going to die before lunch, I might as well get my two cents in.
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I disagree with the first review of the show. As an Army Wife myself, I can say that the show was relatively realistic in our portrayal. The plot lines were interesting. Remember, it's only the first show. They're not going to jump into everything at once. Sit back and watch the show develop. While I understand that the first reviewer dealt with Army Wives, he WASN'T an Army Wife. It's an entirely different world. Again, that was the pilot episode. It makes no sense to jump into everything right away. Let the show develop, then decide if you like the show. I personally felt no disservice. Also, you were an officer. Much of the show was based on the Private's wife as she entered the military world. Being an enlisted wife is much different than being an officer's wife. I can safely say this with experience.
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