Dr. Roland Burton, a psychiatrist, shows what life is like being married to a military woman. Roland often shows a more serious side, regardless of the circumstances.
Roland is married to Lt. Col. Joan Burton, who commands more than 400 men at the base, and returned from a tour of duty in Afghanistan.
His infidelity - among other things - led to their separation, but there remains hope that Roland and Joan Burton can reconcile.
Claudia Joy: I'm impressed.
Pamela: I'm jealous.
Denise: I'm speechless.
Roland: I'm not here. Please leave a message.
Claudia Joy: (to Betty) When is your surgery?
Roxy: She's not having it.
Claudia Joy: Why not?
Roxy: She's short three grand. I keep telling her to sell the Hump Bar, but she won't.
Betty: This place has been truer to me than any man I've ever been with, Roxy. I can't sell it. It's better we just go out together.
Claudia Joy: There has to be something we can do.
Betty: Forget it. I mean, who needs surgery? It's like putting lipstick on a pig.