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Army Wives: Season 5

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The drama and excitement reach new heights for America's beloved military families as the Army Wives face a difficult set of challenges in Season 5. It's a year of extraordinary changes as the tribe leans on each other for support after the devastating loss of a loved one. Denise has her hands full with a newborn baby, Claudia Joy prepares to send Emmalin off to college and Roxy contemplates a new business venture while trying to balance life at home. Meanwhile, Pamela makes a life-changing decision while Joan and Roland consider expanding their family. Relive every emotional moment from the gripping fifth season on this 3-disc set -- complete with never-before-seen bonus features. No Army Wives collection is complete without it!

Special Features


•Hangin' At The Hump With The Cast Of Army Wives -- The Cast Sits Down For Dinner And A Heartfelt Conversation Reflecting Back On The Past Five Seasons
•18 Deleted Scenes
•Fun On The Set: Bloopers, Babies, Ballroom And Brian McNamara

Product Details

  • Actors: Kim Delaney, Catherine Bell, Brian McNamara
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    PG
    Parental Guidance Suggested
  • Studio: ABC Studios
  • DVD Release Date: September 27, 2011
  • Run Time: 551 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (197 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004QOB8VG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,161 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Army Wives: Season 5" on IMDb

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By M. Burroughs on October 7, 2011
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I haven't reviewed the first four seasons, so I will make this cumulative. Although I don't watch much television, my wife told me about this some time ago, so I took a chance and bought the first season on DVD--and then the second, third, fourth, and now the fifth. For the past couple of days I have done little else but watch it; it was hard to stop at the end of an episode and go do something else, such as eat and sleep!

Now I retired from the Air Force 20 years ago after serving 24+ years--both as an officer and as an NCO. The culture of the Air Force is different from that of the Army, so I couldn't totally "feel" the pulse of the show from (1) an Army perspective or (2) a wife's perspective. But still, I loved it. At times, I felt that I could in some way identify with most of the main characters, and always I found myself completely wrapped up in the series. I laughed, I became angry, I cried.

The last episode of Season Five would seem to be the end of the entire series, but according to one of the special features, a sixth season may be on the horizon. If so, I will definitely buy it when it becomes available on DVD.

Despite some aspects that may not be completely true to life, the dynamics among the various personalities and the challenges each character faces are very realistic and down to earth. This series is great entertainment, but most of all, it presents life in the military--not only for the military members themselves--but also for their families and should help raise the public awareness of the sacrifices our military families make in the service of our Nation.
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"Army Wives" is the only currently-running show that I watch. I bought and watched the fourth season while deployed in Afghanistan, and just got this season the other day. I was glad to see that the cast's fine performances and excellent scripts haven't changed a bit. Having been deployed, this show resonates with me more than ever -- I admit it, I cried on episode 4 (and if you haven't seen it, I'm not spoiling it for you). This show continues to portray a variety of soldiers, from the lowest-ranking junior enlisted soldier to the highest-ranking officer, and does so in a very realistic manner. I see a lot of my personal experiences in these stories and characters. My only complaint is that the season isn't long enough!
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Again, this is not "Mark" reviewing this, I'm his wife, and I do the reviewing. He doesn't watch Army Wives, and for a long time, I didn't either, but I'm glad I finally gave it a chance. he show really has a lot of conservative values, which is refreshing at a time when liberalism reigns. Tough issues come up, but they're handled well, for the most part. and unlike most TV dramas that are full of sex, this one keeps the sex between the married couples mostly. And it doesn't show graphic love scenes anyway, you just know they happen. The two times in all the seasons that there is adultery, both only happen once, and both times, the cheating spouse confesses and it is dealt with. The only complaint I have is the episode when the pregnant girl balked at letting a lesbian couple adopt her child. That specific episode really made a mockery of Christianity. It could have been written better.
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Love it! This was truly a unique, and interesting series. Absolutely love the friendships and the interesting life stories tangled throughout here. The men are handsome and manly, as I would expect them to be in the service (not washed over wimpy-type of actors) and the women are so strong, yet fun and stylish. There is not one uninteresting character in the bunch. I was SOO sad that this pretty much wrapped up this series, and even though I eagerly watched on later seasons, so interesting were the characters/friendships to me that it was never the same after this season, I didn't want to let go. Once the original actors left, t really took away the charm of the series. But as sad as this last episode was (oh, the toast at the end will make you cry), this is a MUST HAVE season if you like this series!! All the original actors are still here, the original freshness and snappy stories that keep you watching are still here.
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I've been watching Army Wives for the last few years, and have recently started watching season 4. In all that time, I have never seen a bad episode. Each episode just pulls me in, and continues to make me laugh or cry. I started watching it because I was a fan of Drew Fuller after seeing him as Chris Halliwell on Charmed. I now love all the characters on Army Wives, especially Roxy and Pamela. I will be so upset when I finally get to the end of this wonderful series, but I'm glad I'll have them all on DVD to watch over and over again.
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Love this series, and especially got this one, because it had my favorite episode For A Grateful Nation-a real tearjerker, when the son dies. Anyway, got it quickly and asking for more, for Christmas. You will absolutely love this season, especially if you have or are a military wife.
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If your a fan of this TV series, it is a must buy so that later you can re-watch all the episodes. My being in the USAF 21 years I would grade the content about 75% accurate. Good chic flick show and for us Vet's a change to go back in time and see a different perspective on how the base operates and why
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