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John Glenn is running for office, and Annie introduces herself briefly. She says that she stutters, and then introduces Rene to speak on her behalf.

There's a time jump of eight months since the last episode.

Alan collapses and vomits suddenly.

Betty gets a hateful letter that seem to imply another woman is going after her husband.

Scott thinks that NASA needs more scuba training, but his idea is shot down. He whistles "My Body Lies Over the Ocean," then walks out.

Alan sees a doctor, who says he may have a disease and wants to run tests. Louise asks Alan if this is the first time it's happened, but Alan just says he won't have any tests.

Scott wants to work for Sea Lab and move to Bermuda, but Rene worries about starting new lives somewhere else again.

Gus brings in a minority astronaut, Edward Dwight, who thinks he's finally being offered a good opportunity. Instead, Gus wants him to talk to a young boy, who believes he'll never be able to go into space because he's black.

A woman shows up claiming to be Gus's wife, and she's convinced that it's true.

Rene continues to represent Annie and help with John's campaign, which forces her to answer some tough questions.

Betty thinks she is being watched by secret service, and tries to confront them. Gus admits to her that they are there to keep him safe.

Annie finds out that John is hurt worse than they thought, and he won't be able to keep running for office.

Alan collapses again, this time while giving a speech.

Gus tells Betty he got Alan's flight.

Rene hesitates to move to Bermuda, despite the fact her husband insists on going.

Alan gets the news that he does have a disease, and he'll never be able to fly again.

Rene decides to go to Bermuda after all, but Scott realizes that Rene isn't happy there.

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The Astronaut Wives Club Season 1 Episode 6 Quotes

Pat: Oh no, I don't drink in the day.
Jo: But half your life is in the day.

I mean, hell, I've already been to space. Maybe the next frontier is right here on earth.