Tuesday, April 05, 2011

Once again Army Wives was hard to watch on Sunday. I thought the death and funeral for Jeremy Sherwood was excruciating, but the fallout is just as bad. It really showed how the death of one soldier affects so many. The few scenes that broke my heart were Roland breaking down when he saw his 2 year old daughter in her mom's beret, when Denise and Frank got Jeremy's effects, and Chase's reaction to the news that Jeremy was KIA. I don't know how much more of this season I can take but I guess that is why the show is so compelling.

On a lighter note, maybe, I watched Camelot and enjoyed this quite a bit. Love seeing the history from a Fiction point of view. It was a little graphic and very violent but done well. Starz has created this one and I think it will be a great series.

Anyone else watching anything good? Or reading anything good? I am reading "The Walk" by Richard Paul Evans, and so far I am enjoying it, but once again it is a tearjerker.

2 comments:

Noe Noe Girl...A Queen of all Trades. said...

Christina, I dont think I could watch that show. I really do need to read more!
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Shelly said...

I thought it was painful to see Denise's reaction to losing her son. I hate to see her and Frank having problems, but I understand her reactions (obviously not first hand understanding though).

I was thinking about the episode while driving in my car today. The one highlight of it for me is Chase and Pamela getting back together. I am trying to focus on their happiness so I don't get sad about the rest of it.