Army Wives (2007–2013)
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Trevor must step in personally when Hector Cruz picks a brawl with a bar regular for petting his wife Gloria's bottom. Their marriage is in serious trouble as he demands she stops working, ... See full summary »

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Claudia Joy Holden
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Roxy LeBlanc
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Michael Holden
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Roland Burton
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Joan Burton
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Trevor LeBlanc
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Frank Sherwood
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Denise Sherwood
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Jackie Clarke
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General Clarke
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Marcus Williams
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Gloria
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Hector Cruz
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General Fleming
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Audrey Whitaker
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Trevor must step in personally when Hector Cruz picks a brawl with a bar regular for petting his wife Gloria's bottom. Their marriage is in serious trouble as he demands she stops working, which she won't even discuss, and Hector moves out. The Pentagon finally awards the third general's star, to Michael Holden, considering general Clarke's bad press over Africa. Roxy's pregnant moodiness is worse then expected, the gynecologist spots it's twins. Holden's mentor Bryce's wife Audrey Whitaker claims she swung the star and demands an improper reward. Denise's kidney donation goes well, but transplanting it to Claudia Joy runs into complications. Williams's meetings with the Burtons go completely sour when he show David a less patriotic attitude, due to his father's Vietnam plight. Written by KGF Vissers

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Drama | Romance | War

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Army Wives Theme
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Written and Performed by Marc Fantini, Steffan Fantini, and Scott Gordon
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