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'Army Wives' picks up after the bombing
'Army Wives' picks up after the bombing

THE FIRST few episodes of last year's premiere season of "Army Wives" played out with the chaos, speed and tragic whimsy of a John Waters movie. There was a son, Jeremy Sherwood (Richard Bryant), who beat his mother, Denise ( Catherine Bell); a mixed-race surrogate pregnancy; a female lieutenant colonel, Joan (Wendy Davis), who danced on bars when drunk; and a new wife, Roxy (Sally Pressman), who, when she spilled something on her dress at a party, retreated to the bathroom and stripped it off, running it under water while standing in heels and a thong, to the shock of the good wives of Ft. Marshall. Though similar in premise to CBS' "The Unit," which splits...

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