To rally for Season 4, we'll be showcasing a new video from each of the Wives. Catch up with the sassy Sally Pressman and her character Roxy LeBlanc:
Roxy LeBlanc finally tackles the GED exam with Roland's mentoring and Trevor's support. Find out what Yale grad Sally Pressman had to say about this milestone in her character's life:
myLifetime member kimby03 thinks that Joan will remain at Fort Marshall and will not deploy, getting some more time to spend with her new baby girl, Sarah Elizabeth.
Do you agree? Sound off and share your own opinions of what's to come when Season 3 of "Army Wives" returns in June here.
Watch this clip from the latest "Army Wives Confidential" where actress Wendy Davis (Joan Burton) shares some on-set silliness and the lengths she'll go to prove she's committed to playing pregnant by digging into donuts.
Check out the latest clip from "Army Wives Confidential," where actress Sally Pressman (Roxy LeBlanc) reveals that her Blackberry sometimes serves as a cheat sheet script during rehearsals!
Is Trevor LeBlanc "hero" material? Actor Drew Fuller shares his thoughts on his character's accomplishments in the latest clip from "Army Wives Confidential."
Enjoy more of these behind-the-scenes clips Sundays at 10 pm et/pt during episodes of "Army Wives" Season 2.
How difficult was it for the LeBlancs to film the scene where Trevor gets shot overseas? Find out what Sally Pressman and Drew Fuller's reactions were in this clip from "Army Wives Confidential":
Watch new behind-the-scenes clips Sundays at 10 pm et/pt during Season 2 episodes of "Army Wives," and find out what really went down on the set.
Sally Pressman, who plays Roxy LeBlanc on the show, has been busy on a USO tour that took her to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
“The foundation of our fan base is Army families,” she said. “In airports now, a lot of times you’ll see soldiers in transition, and they’ll come up to me and say things like, ‘My wife watches your show all the time. She’s devoted to it, and I just want to thank you so much for giving that to her.’ ”
“No drama,” Pressman said. “I think what helps is that we shoot in Charleston, so we’re all away from the hubbub and all we have is each other.”
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Ever wonder why the characters on "Army Wives" have such a cosmic connection? Perhaps it's the stars after all!
Read on for our first "Army Wives" couple horoscope. For your own forecast, including daily, weekly and career and money horoscopes, check out our Astrology section!
Sally & Drew (Roxy & Trevor LeBlanc)
Generous-to-a-fault, Pisces is the sign of sacrifice. The zodiac's fish will go to the end of the earth to care for the ones they love. At times this can leave them emotionally overwhelmed. When they reach their limit, they know how to draw the line like a five-star general. Hopeless romantics, their love lives read like a Harlequin novel. It's no surprise Roxy was proposed to by hubby Trevor on their second date, and made us all believe in love at first sight again.
Like a bull charging for the red cape, Taurus focuses his sights on what he wants and heads straight for it. Ruled by romantic Venus, men born under this sign dream of marriage and family, and begin looking for a wife at a young age. They are dutiful, traditional, and great with kids. Without structure, however, they can become lazy (ever try waking up a sleeping bull?) and overindulgent, even struggling with addictions like Trevor's bout with prescription drugs.
Sally & Drew In Real Life: Pisces + Taurus
There's an easy, natural connection between Pisces (Sally) and Taurus (Drew). Whirlwind courtships are unlikely here. Their real-world relationship would likely blossom out of a friendship--possibly with one of them was comforting the other over a breakup. Though this attraction heats up slowly, it has the potential to burn brightly for years to come. Common interests--like building a family or home--will bind them together and keep them from falling back into "just friends" mode.