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I cried and cried at this episode but it was so well done. My heart went out to Denise and Mr. Sherwood, it was just so sad and heart wrenching from beginning to end. I hope Denise does not go into a depression, I want her to be okay for Molly
I love Army Wives but couldn't stop crying yesterday nite.
Please bring Jeremy back, we can't afford to lose him.
It was such a great episode but I'm so sad someone had to die. I was really looking forward to the Jeremy and Tonya storyline. As sad as it was, I think it helps us truely feel the impact of all the families who have lost a servicemember.
The next few episodes look exciting - liked the preview of Pamela running into Chance's arms...Not sure about what is going to happen with Roxy and the old friend...
I never thought it was Jeremy because Amanda had already died and I didn't think they would kill off another child.
i cried the whole show too!!! saddest episode ever' if not one of the saddest on tv....i felt the pain like it was my own...became more than just a tv show for me...i love army wives...love love love love it!
I sobbed the entire show, definitely deserving of an emmy!! Gripping from start to finish!! Totally took me by surprise, never guessed that it was Jeremy who was going to be the one to die.
This episode was by far the best one yet but also the most heart wrenching. This show brings awareness to what is truly going on to many families. The writers and actors really due deserve an emmy.The way they played the roles and how everything was told ,did the moment great justice. I cried the whole time ! Not just because its a show but because this is such a reality in our country ! So many young/older heroes lose their lives fighting for our country
The best show ever but oh so very sad I cried through the whole show
This was a great episode, I cried the whole time. It brought back so many memories of when we found out my cousin had been killed. They portrayed the feelings of the family on point and really got down to how it really just rocks everyones whole world. Loved that they dedicated it to our fallen soldiers. R.I.P. SSG Christopher Michael Hake KIA March 23, 2008.
This episode was so well done - but too sad - It only reminds me, as I am reminded EVERY day - we need more Heroes coming home - we have ALWAYS had too many Heroes giving their lives for this country that I am SO lucky to have been born in - they are giving their lives every day - Every single one that signs on the dotted line is a Heroe - God Bless America and the Heroes that keep us free!
THE BEST EPISODE to date..Tears almost the whole time and being an Army mom (son in Germany), and with several friends in Afghanistan, this was so intense and close to home. Bravo cast and writers!! Can't wait for more!
One of the best and saddest in the entire series. I cried the entire time. A show like this only makes us stop and think about all the real soldiers in the war right now and what they go through. Bravo Army Wives for a terrific series!!! @Army Mom & Denise T -- the pic with a pregnamt Pamela is from the FIRST season when she was pregnant. The web site hasn't updates with a new photo is all.
I haven't seen the episode yet but I knew from seeing the previews that this was gonna be an awesome episode. I thought
that it might have been Chase as the one to die never did I think
that it would be Jeremy and I loved Jeremy. I also did notice that in the banner/photo above that Pamela looks pregnant. Wonder how that story will play out. I can't see her staying with Chase after he made the decision to leave Delta and then when called up he couldn't even give her just a quick call to say he was leaving on a mission. I will be missing Jeremy for sure as he was as I said one of the characters that I liked.
This was really hard for me to watch. As someone who has watched their spouse get on those God awful buses and watch their husband drive away and possibly for the last time I just cried and cried. There are no words to express the thought that what if my husband had not come home do to you. I was hoping Jeremy would not have died but I knew it was going to be him. Still very sobering reminder of what it costs for our freedom.
I am not ashamed to admit I cried the entire time I watched last night.
I was fortunate enough to have my child serve and return to me. To all of those who do not, I can only imagine the anguish.
Great cast, great story.
Sometimes a little too real for the faint of heart and for those living the reality of this war day to day.
Excellent episode! I had to choke back tears the entire time. My son is in the Army, and it just made me think, what if it was him? He's already come back safely twice, thank God. I agree that this show should receive an emmy. By the way, did anyone else notice in the picture above that Pamela is pregnant?????
Whatever I am doing, I stop to watch Army Wives. Sunday's episode just made me cry. It felt so real, i guess because I work at Walter Reed and I see the soldiers everyday.
Great acting but I am pissed! Why!!!!!!! Survive suicide for this just on the brink of happy.
The best one yet!! I cried throughout the entire episode. I love this show!!
TERRIFIC SHOW!!! THE FLASH BACKS WERE GREAT, WHEN YOU LOSS SOMEONE THAT'S WHAT YOU DO ALL THE TIME. STILL DRYING MY TEARS.
According to the closed captioning, the song was sung by Abigail Washburn
i knew last week as soon as jeremy said his line about him and tonya being together forever that it was him; i have been trying to talk myself out of it all week though.
Like the reviewer it was powerful to watch the emotions that Frank was going through meeting his daughter for the first time outside a funeral home.
this was a very good episode and hopefully it does receive some sort of emmy recognition, this was a very well done episode. The story telling felt disjointed at times how they flashed back and forth through different perspectives, but i imagine that is how you feel when touched by this kind of loss. I think it added to the experience of the episode
I cried the whole time. Because I was a soldier, I kept looking for more signs from last week when I was able to determine that it was one of the enlisted spouses/sons. I looked at every uniform and every sequence. I only saw one that left me with a question about Joan and LTC Sherwood's badge on their uniform.
This was a great episode. I would be very disappointed if it did not win an Emmy.
Please tell me the music from Army Wives, On Behalf of a Grateful Nation.
Tough show to watch. I have to disagree with the critic's remarks. I liked the way the events were handled. I love Army Wives and anxiously await the next few weeks' episodes!
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