Army Wives

Season 4 Episode 12

Change Of Station

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Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Jul 11, 2010 on Lifetime
6.2
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Pamela begins to doubt the intentions of Chase's new neighbor after the kids spend too much time with Kristy. The news Emmalin receives about her knee is that she's still exactly where she was the last time in her recovery which is about eighty percent. She feels that even with the exercises she won't ever play hockey again, but when Michael tries to help his daughter recover from her knee injury he begins to lose sight of what his daughter really wants and focuses in on what he wants.

T.J. is appointed man of the house by Trevor only things don't go exactly as planned. Roxie thinks T.J. is taking the job too seriously and forgets to be a kid. Roxie reminds him that there are other ways to be helpful and not take on some much responsibility at such a young age.

Michael gets word from the pentagon that the 23rd regimen is to be headquartered in Afghanistan and everyone will deploy immediately.
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  • Another wonderful episode

    10
    In this episode of Army Wives, the following happens. Emmalyn receives bad news about her knee. So Michael puts together an exercise program to try and get her knee better, quicker so that she can return to playing hockey. Frank and Denise spend more time together, as the baby's due date approaches. They try to pick out a name, but not knowing the sex of the baby, it's hard and they can't both decide on any names. Trevor and Roxy tell the boys that he is deploying and TJ takes it badly. As the episode draws to a close we learn that both Michael and Frank are being deploying for a year, in just a week's time. Meaning that Frank will miss the birth of the baby and the 1st year of its life. Overall another wonderful episode, but the end was just heartbreaking. The look on Frank's face showed how truly heartbroken he is to be deploying again.moreless
  • When I get tears from watching a high quality show like this it is good. I always look forward to each episode, set special time aside to watch it at my connivence. The children are especially good in their roles. Can't wait for next weeks show.moreless

    8.0
    When I get tears from watching a high quality show like this it is good. I always look forward to each episode, set special time aside to watch it at my connivence. The children are especially good in their roles. Can't wait for next weeks show. I feel it portrays how life is for those serving our country right now. It's not a history lesson, it covers real events, feelings, and all that goes with saying "Goodbyes." The writing of this covers so many aspects of life like it really is from four different personalities. Just keep the superb acting going!moreless
Terry Serpico

Terry Serpico

Frank Sherwood

Catherine Bell

Catherine Bell

Denise Sherwood

Wendy Davis

Wendy Davis

Lieutenant Colonel Joan Burton

Drew Fuller

Drew Fuller

Pfc Trevor LeBlanc

Brigid Brannagh

Brigid Brannagh

Pamela Moran

Brian McNamara

Brian McNamara

Michael Holden

Sean Patrick Thomas

Sean Patrick Thomas

 

Guest Star

Victoria Vodar

Victoria Vodar

Kristy Tifford

Guest Star

Jeremy Davidson

Jeremy Davidson

Chase Moran

Recurring Role

Chloe Taylor

Chloe Taylor

Katie

Recurring Role

John White Jr.

John White Jr.

Finn

Recurring Role

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