In a finale like any other we&39;ve experienced so far, the ordinary days of our army wives are overshadowed when they learn Fort Marshall will be closed and the 23rd disbanded. Read on to see how this affects our critic.
For a season finale, with such incredibly far reaching changes, it didn't feel like much of a finale at all. A series finale, maybe, but we already know that the show is renewed for next year.
What are the odds that every one of the characters won't come back? I'd say nil. So where does this leave them? I can't think of another show that has thrown such a huge change into the mix at the end of a season.
Honestly, it's really difficult to talk about this episode, but I'll try to get a few things out there, nonetheless.As for Michael and the drunk driving incident, I was wondering when that video would come into play. Two episodes ago, they showed it in the previews, and then there was no mention of it last week.It did look bad for Michael. The police could have run the entire video to try to take the heat off of General Holden. Why didn't they do that? In spite of the fact their own department leaked the cuts of the video to the press, they didn't do much to help him out.
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