Brigid Brannagh, Brian McNamara and Wendy Davis discuss the effects of having new character Evan Connor on post, and how he's shaking things up with his aggressive power plays — including shutting down Pamela's successful radio show:
One of my favorite moments happens to be from the Season 2 finale episode, when Claudia Joy informs the Wives and Roland (with little Sarah Elizabeth in tow) that the Holdens are departing Fort Marshall. It's such a pivotal moment for the whole clan, and can really change everything for each and every one of them.
If you could add another favorite moment to our "Army Wives" vote from the finale, which scene would you pick? Let us know.
Watch this clip of Brigid Brannagh, a.k.a. Pamela Moran, giving back to the Army community and one deserving Army wife in a special way, part of Army Wives Gives Back:
Who is Pamela's stalker, exactly? I'd love to know more about this mystery man's M.O. too, but at least I can help answer one question for you — the identity of the actor who plays him!
myLifetime.com member Brightstar861 posts, "Could someone please tell me who the actor is who played Tim? I know I've seen him before, and yes I'm glad that Pamela gave it to him too! Go Pamela!!"
Pamela's stalker, Tim, is played by actor Pablo Schreiber, half-brother of Tony Awardwinning actor Liev Schreiber (whose fiancée, by the way, is the gorgeous and equally talented Naomi Watts).
Maybe we'll learn more about why Pamela became his target in the coming weeks on "Army Wives"?
Remember: An all-new episode of your favorite show returns on October 5 at 10 pm et/pt!
Is Trevor truly committed to getting his life back on track without the crutch of painkillers? Will Pamela take her stalker head on after he threatens her children's safety? Who's strong enough to tackle their tribulations head-on?
Watch a preview of this Sunday's all-new episode of "Army Wives":
Tonight's episode was very emotional and shocking. Trevor's drug addiction has him hitting rock bottom, Joan's baby girl is delivered prematurely, Denise and Frank solidify their separation as their son goes off to war, Pamela's stalker gets aggressive and Claudia Joy fights back unwanted advances ... with a cliffhanger ending.
Please share your views on what you thought about what happened with others here on the blog.
If you missed tonight's "Army Wives," watch the full streaming episode right now.
How about tonight's return of all-new episodes of "Army Wives"? Pamela's (scary) secret admirer, "Tim," crosses the line and gives Pamela quite a scare. Even a tough-talking former cop can be shaken by a traumatic situation like this!
Who is this mystery man? Is it a fan who crossed the line, Chase just playing around (in a totally un-funny way!), or could it be that this is all in Pamela's head?
Speaking of theories, what do you think will come of Denise and Frank's strained marriage? It seems like Denise is truly putting in all the effort lately, and Frank is being way too dismissive about her point of view. Can they work it out or will they go their separate ways and eventually have to break the hard truth to their son Jeremy? Post your thoughts here on the blog.
Watch this sneak peek of Episode 13 and more of Pamela's stalker-at-large:
Whew! All-new episodes of "Army Wives" return on Sunday, September 7 at 10 pm/et pt. For those of you that have been in Fort Marshall withdrawal just like me, here's a dose of what's to come this Sunday.
This week, the Wives plan for Joan’s baby shower and Pamela’s secret admirer gets a bit too close for comfort.
Catch a glimpse of this episode now:
Is Pamela really in danger or is this just a big fuss over nothing? And what's up with Denise? Is her marriage beyond help? And, OK, is it just me, or can you see Joan really getting into all the girly moments of a baby shower or what? Hopefully all my burning questions will be answered in Episode 12, airing this Sunday. Don't miss it!
Last night's episode of "Army Wives" was chock-full of surprising moments: Emmalin's drug-dealing boyfriend is exposed, Getti's death, Roxy's learning disability, Joan's bed-rest orders and Pamela's surprising "playdate."
What did you think was the most surprising moment of Sunday's show? And what would you have loved to see a "part two" continuation of?
Sound off your thoughts here on the blog! Miss any of these big "Army Wives" moments? Watch the full episode of "Army Wives" now.
What an episode! Tonight, Pamela's suspicions from last week's episode are dead on when Chase gets arrested with the rest of his Delta Force brothers during a war profiteering bust. The good news is that he's not involved in the crime.
Speaking of crimes, looks like Roxy's
new old waitress, Sandi, is a fan of filing lawsuits when she doesn't get her way on the job. Roxy put her foot down, and with some legal advise from Claudia Joy, she calls Sandi's bluff.
Roland shows he's a man of his word and won't betray a student's trust, even to save his own teaching job, when she reveals to Roland that she has been accepted to West Point, but is gay. Karma pays off when the student becomes the teacher and Roland's pupil schools him on one very important lesson: the Army is about honor. She reveals her secret to secure his job when others assume they are having an inappropriate relationship off campus.
Denise lets her infatuation with Getti get the best of her when they share a passionate kiss at the hospital. How will she cope with this now that's she's officially crossed the line? Will her head or heart win this battle?
What did you think of tonight's episode? Is there hope for Denise and Frank or is this a sign that their marriage is over?