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Army Wives Season Finale Recap: "Last Minute Changes"

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Wow, what a season. Last night on Army Wives, all the tension, passion and drama came to a head, with a lot of questions left to be answered and one big twist at the end.

The title, "Last Minute Changes," proved appropriate a Emmalin and Logan took off just as Claudia Joy and Michael appeared ready to leave Fort Marshall for good.

Elsewhere, Frank and Denise's marital problems seem more open-ended than ever, while Pamela may have lost her radio show and Roxy her half of the bar.

For the full rundown, follow the link for our recap of "Last Minute Changes."

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As an army "brat" married to another, brother at West Point; ret'd 3 Star General; I think I can relate very well to these women & everything they encounter. I find this to be a well done series, the characters are true to the roles & have recommended it to others. Keep up the good work. Most civilians have no concept of the sacrifices, day to day challenges and constant state of insecurity we have chosen to support those we love, because of our mutual love of duty, honor, country. Thanks for intelligent programing, what a pleasant surprise!