She's scaring me a little. I want them to work it out, and I think the "coming home" story is an important one to tell, but I hate to see him go through all of it. It's good, though, to see what it might be like for an Army husband, for a change. Typically, when the story is told, it's the wife dealing with a returning husband who is not the same person who went over.
I hope so too. This character pair is a terrific idea; a great twisting of the typical military drama setup -- and one that matches contemporary real life much more than, say, the farcical "G.I. Jill" or the brush-off "Courage Under Fire".
I hope that the Bush & Cheney families are watching. Maybe this big pretty TV-show view of Joan's life and its effect on "Joan & Rowan" will help to get a sense of what they're really doing.
Hmm ... funny how Price Harry is willing to go to war and has to be told not to ... only thing I remember the Bush twins being told not to do was stop drinking underage!
OK, I digress.
I think this series is very timely. I love that they have a woman in an officer's role, and that her husband is a professional who kept moving forward with his career and life in her absence while still keeping her in his heart. You won't see Roland at a "Joey" bar for men! I love the actor who plays him, in fact I think both the actor & actress (Joan) are outstanding in their roles. She's playing a character that is hard to trust and like ... I hope she gets an Emmy nomination, she's way better than any of the Desperate Housewives actresses. ;-)
Didn't like her very much in the beginning, but since she's developed a personality - the last couple of shows - I'm liking her better. I, too, hope she and Roland can work things out, but they might be more interesting apart.
I love the actor who plays Roland too. What a find he is. The ensemble (Claudia Joy, Denise, Pamela, Roxy and Roland) is awesome; and so is the show.
I want them together too. I'm hoping they will work things out. Mainly, I don't want Roland to go away and not be on the show anymore. I love the fact that they put an Army Husband into the mix. It really works for this show.