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  • Gordo Stevens: I'm Gordo Stevens and I come in peace. Three times a night. (Season 1 episode Red Moon)

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  • Airlines
    • Cavalier Airlines
      • Ellen Waverly's father's airline, where she worked before becoming an astronaut. (Season 1 episode Hi Bob)
  • Bars and Night Clubs
    • The Bayou Landing
      • Larry Wilson, NASA engineer and suspected homosexual, is asked if he has ever been to the Bayou Landing gay bar in the Montrose area of Houston. (Season 1 episode Home Again)
    • The Bullshot
      • Bar that Larry and his date visit with a fantastic Donna Summer impersonator. (Season 2 episode Pathfinder)
    • Club 11:59
      • Margo invites her Russian counterpart to talk, her secret place where she plays piano. The name refers to the Doomsday Clock. (Season 2 episode Best Laid Plans)
    • Outpost Tavern
      • Bar near NASA where astronauts hang out.
      • Apollo 10 astronaut Edward Baldwin watches Cosmonaut Alexei Leonov become the first man to set foot on the moon. The next night, Ed admits to a reporter, while drunk, that he thinks NASA could've done more to put an American on the Moon first, and is subsequently reassigned. (Season 1 episode Red Moon)
      • Ed has a beer with a friend. (Season 1 episode He Built the Saturn V)
      • The ladies in the female astronaut program have drinks and play pool. (Season 1 episode Nixon's Women)
      • Customers watch coverage of the Apollo 23 mission. (Season 1 episode Home Again)
      • Ellen and Larry discuss the possibility of getting married in order to keep their secrets - that she is a lesbian and he is a homosexual. (Season 1 episode Hi Bob)
      • On Clayton's first day back from Vietnam, Dani and her husband Clayton meet Gordo to get to know each other and talk about the Apollo 18 mission. It doesn't go well. (Season 1 episode Into the Abyss)
      • Larry calls Pam to let her know that Ellen is alive. (Season 1 episode A City Upon a Hill)
      • Karen visits the bar and meets Pam, taking her back to NASA. (Season 1 episode A City Upon a Hill)
      • Edward and Karen now own the bar. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
      • Ed and Gordo and Dani meet for drinks. (Season 2 episode The Bleeding Edge)
      • Tracy visits the bar, orders bourbon on the rocks. (Season 2 episode Rules of Engagement)
      • Gordo tells Ed and Dani about his weird moment in the suit. (Season 2 episode Pathfinder)
      • Gordo sits at the bar, watching Sergeant Slaughter on a wrestling program. (Season 2 episode Pathfinder)
      • Ellen and Pam meet for drinks at the bar. (Season 2 episode The Weight)
      • When Dani takes the Russian cosmonauts of the upcoming Apollo-Soyuz mission to the Outpost to eat hamburgers and drink Jack Daniels. (Season 2 episode Best Laid Plans)
      • Karen agrees to sell the Outpost to Sam Cleveland for $390,000. (Season 2 episode Don't Be Cruel)
      • Bar is closed - Karen sold to Sam Cleveland. News coverage of the Apollo-Soyuz mission and increasing tensions between U.S. and Soviet Union. (Season 2 episode The Grey)
    • Zanadew Lounge
      • Ed grabs a drink - and picks up a woman - after fighting with Karen when she tells him that she slept with someone. (Season 2 episode Triage)
  • Childcare Services
    • The Houston Family Adoption Center
      • After finding out that she was a Band-Aid adoption, bringing Ed and Karen back together after Shane’s death, Kelly goes looking for more information about who she is, starting with the adoption agency. (Season 2 episode Best Laid Plans)
  • Counselors, Psychiatrists and Therapists
    • Dr. Marsten
      • Gordo's psychiatrist when he returns from the moon. (Season 1 episode Rupture)
  • Doctors
    • Dr. Weddle
      • NASA's neurologist, the best in the country, that Karen requests provide a second opinion on the status of her son Shane following the car accident. (Season 1 episode Rupture)
  • Financial Services
    • Cleveland Capital Partners
      • Karen signs the paperwork to sell the Outpost to Sam in his office. (Season 2 episode The Grey)
  • Hospitals
    • All Saints Clinic
      • Wayne tells Karen that his father runs the All Saints clinic at MD Anderson. (Season 1 episode Bent Bird)
  • Insurance Services
    • Dopplin Insurance
      • Ellen's moon mail includes a Dopplin Insurance certificate amendment rider that takes effect February 1, 1983. (Season 2 episode Pathfinder)
  • Lodging-Inns
    • The Tumbler Inn
      • Hotel Gordo mentions. (Season 1 episode Nixon's Women)
  • Magazines-Other
    • Emergency Horse Magazine
      • Pam sends Ellen a book of her poetry called Muse #10.
    • Poetry Northwest
      • Pam sends Ellen a book of her poetry called Muse #10.
    • TriQuarterly
      • Pam sends Ellen a book of her poetry called Muse #10. The back bio page mentions that she's had work published in TriQuarterly, Poetry Northwest and Emergency Horse Magazine. (Season 2 episode Pathfinder)
  • Military Bases
    • Jamestown Base
      • United States moon base.
    • Moon Lab
      • Theoretical future base on the moon. ETA: two years. (Season 1 episode Nixon's Women)
    • Zvezda
      • Russian moon base.
      • Zvezda receives its first crew of three cosmonauts, and is now fully operational. (Season 1 episode Home Again)
      • Chicago Herald Recorder newspaper headline on October 7, 1980: SOVIETS EXPAND ZVEZDA LUNAR BASE. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
  • Mountains
    • Lenny
      • Apollo 37 named two glorious twin peaks on the moon after Laverne and Shirley characters Lenny and Squiggy. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
    • Squiggy
      • Apollo 37 named two glorious twin peaks on the moon after Laverne and Shirley characters Lenny and Squiggy. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
  • Newspapers
    • Chicago Herald Recorder
      • Chicago Herald Recorder newspaper headline on October 7, 1980: SOVIETS EXPAND ZVEZDA LUNAR BASE. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
    • Houston Sentinel
      • Newspaper.
      • Newspaper headline: RED MOON (Season 1 episode Red Moon)
      • Reporter Jerry Biddle of the Houston Sentinel approaches Karen in the hospital regarding the status of her son. (Season 1 episode Rupture)
      • Houston Sentinel newspaper headline on August 8, 1976: RUSSIAN N-3 ROCKET: Largest Rocket Ever Launched. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
    • Le Report De Paris
      • Le Report de Paris newspaper headline on September 18, 1976: Israel and Egypt fail to Reach Agreement at Camp David. "The English Language Newspaper of France" (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
    • Los Angeles Chronicle
      • Los Angeles Chronicle newspaper headline on December 25, 1979: Soviets to Withdraw from Afghan Border. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
    • New York Chronicle
      • Newspaper headline: CRASH IN Wall Street! Shown when President Kennedy is yelling at Harold about the accident. (Season 1 episode A City Upon a Hill)
    • New York Daily Telegraph
      • New York Daily Telegraph newspaper headline: US TO SCRAP SPACE TREATY. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
    • New York Inquisitor
      • New York Inquisitor newspaper headline on November 4, 1976: REAGAN WINS. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
    • New York Ledger
      • New York Ledger newspaper headline: REAGAN SWORN IN AS 39TH PRESIDENT. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
  • Poetry
    • Fragment #16
      • Poem in Pam Horton's book of poetry Muse #10. (Season 2 episode The Weight)
    • Muse #10
      • Pam sends Ellen a book of her poetry called Muse #10. The back bio page mentions that she's had work published in TriQuarterly, Poetry Northwest and Emergency Horse Magazine. (Season 2 episode Pathfinder)
  • Probes and Satellites
    • Mariner 14
      • NASA probe. The Mariner program existed, but ended after 10 missions.
      • JPL loses contact with the Mercury probe Mariner 14 as they assess the solar flare: Flight, JPL just lost contact with the Mariner 14 probe. There was a surge in proton radiation and then zip. Like, it got fried. Mariner 14 is just inside the orbit of Mercury. So it can't be related to the flare. It's too fast. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
    • Sea Dragon
      • NASA sea-launched rocket first launched in 1977.
      • Sea Dragon used on a mission to resupply Jamestown with plutonium. (Season 2 episode The Bleeding Edge)
      • Wish Houston would find room on the next Sea Dragon for some new rover springs. (Season 2 episode Rules of Engagement)
      • People protest the dangerous nuclear fuel payload heading up to Jamestown base. (Season 2 episode Best Laid Plans)
      • Following the shooting incident on the moon, the Russians declare that they will not allow the next Sea Dragon launch to deliver nuclear weapons to the moon. (Season 2 episode Triage)
      • Sea Dragon 17 launches without incident. (Season 2 episode Triage)
      • After Sally Ride pulls the gun on him on Pathfinder near the moon, Ed shoots down Sea Dragon. (Season 2 episode The Grey)
  • Programs and Projects
    • Apollo 18
      • NASA mission.
      • Female astronaut Danielle Poole assigned to the Apollo 18 mission. (Season 1 episode Into the Abyss)
    • Apollo 19
      • NASA mission.
      • While being interviewed on TV, Harry mentions that he previously served with Ellen on the Apollo 19 mission. (Season 1 episode Rupture)
    • Apollo 22
      • NASA mission.
      • Update from NASA to the crew of Apollo 22, currently occupying Jamestown Base on the moon for the last 86 days: The defective LH2 valve which caused the Apollo 23 explosion has been remanufactured by a new contractor and has passed all quality and acceptance tests. We're ready to install it in the second stage of Apollo 24. But in the process of de-stacking the rocket, there was a mishap in the Vertical Assembly Building and some damage was done to the LOX vent lines and the liquid hydrogen fuel tank. That stage will have to be completely rebuilt before it can fly. So we're replacing it with the second stage originally targeted for Apollo 26. But that will take time. So I'm afraid that the launch of Apollo 24 will need to be delayed another two weeks. (Season 1 episode Hi Bob)
    • Apollo 23
      • NASA mission.
      • Apollo 24 launches, the first manned mission since the explosion of Apollo 23. But there's a problem with the booster. NASA sends Apollo 25 to repair, though the mission does not go as planned. (Season 1 episode Bent Bird)
      • The Apollo 23 mission launches on August 24, 1974. (Season 1 episode Home Again)
      • Update from NASA to the crew of Apollo 22, currently occupying Jamestown Base on the moon for the last 86 days: The defective LH2 valve which caused the Apollo 23 explosion has been remanufactured by a new contractor and has passed all quality and acceptance tests. We're ready to install it in the second stage of Apollo 24. But in the process of de-stacking the rocket, there was a mishap in the Vertical Assembly Building and some damage was done to the LOX vent lines and the liquid hydrogen fuel tank. That stage will have to be completely rebuilt before it can fly. So we're replacing it with the second stage originally targeted for Apollo 26. But that will take time. So I'm afraid that the launch of Apollo 24 will need to be delayed another two weeks. (Season 1 episode Hi Bob)
      • Apollo 23 mission launches on August 24, 1974. (Season 1 episode Home Again)
    • Apollo 24
      • NASA mission.
      • Apollo 24 launches, the first manned mission since the explosion of Apollo 23. But there's a problem with the booster. NASA sends Apollo 25 to repair, though the mission does not go as planned. (Season 1 episode Bent Bird)
      • Gordo reminds Ed, who is still stranded alone on the moon and losing control over the news that his son Shane is brain-dead, that Apollo 24 will be there soon to get him. (Season 1 episode Rupture)
      • The crew of upcoming Apollo 24 mission - Ellen, Deke and Harry - are interview on TV. (Season 1 episode Rupture)
      • Deke reveals the prime crew of Apollo 24: Ellen Waverly, mission commander. Harrison Liu and Deke Slayton. (Season 1 episode Home Again)
      • Update from NASA to the crew of Apollo 22, currently occupying Jamestown Base on the moon for the last 86 days: The defective LH2 valve which caused the Apollo 23 explosion has been remanufactured by a new contractor and has passed all quality and acceptance tests. We're ready to install it in the second stage of Apollo 24. But in the process of de-stacking the rocket, there was a mishap in the Vertical Assembly Building and some damage was done to the LOX vent lines and the liquid hydrogen fuel tank. That stage will have to be completely rebuilt before it can fly. So we're replacing it with the second stage originally targeted for Apollo 26. But that will take time. So I'm afraid that the launch of Apollo 24 will need to be delayed another two weeks. (Season 1 episode Hi Bob)
      • Ed works with a cosmonaut to save the crew of Apollo 24. (Season 1 episode A City Upon a Hill)
    • Apollo 25
      • NASA mission.
      • Apollo 24 launches, the first manned mission since the explosion of Apollo 23. But there's a problem with the booster. NASA sends Apollo 25 to repair, though the mission does not go as planned. (Season 1 episode Bent Bird)
      • Apollo 25 spashes down following the accident repairing Apollo 24. All astronauts are alive and well. (Season 1 episode A City Upon a Hill)
      • Female astronaut Tracy Stevens assigned to the Apollo 25 mission. (Season 1 episode Into the Abyss)
      • When Tracy Stevens on the Tonight Show, Johnny Carson mentions her most famous mission Apollo 25 rescuing Molly Cobb. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
    • Apollo 26
      • NASA mission.
      • Update from NASA to the crew of Apollo 22, currently occupying Jamestown Base on the moon for the last 86 days: The defective LH2 valve which caused the Apollo 23 explosion has been remanufactured by a new contractor and has passed all quality and acceptance tests. We're ready to install it in the second stage of Apollo 24. But in the process of de-stacking the rocket, there was a mishap in the Vertical Assembly Building and some damage was done to the LOX vent lines and the liquid hydrogen fuel tank. That stage will have to be completely rebuilt before it can fly. So we're replacing it with the second stage originally targeted for Apollo 26. But that will take time. So I'm afraid that the launch of Apollo 24 will need to be delayed another two weeks. (Season 1 episode Hi Bob)
    • Apollo 37
      • Apollo 37 named two glorious twin peaks on the moon after Laverne and Shirley characters Lenny and Squiggy. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
    • Apollo-Soyuz
      • Joint U.S./Russian space mission.
      • Referred to as Suyez-Apollo by the Russians. (Season 2 episode Best Laid Plans)
      • Continued training for the Apollo-Suyez mission - until the Russians shoot down Korean Airlines flight #007, carrying NASA director Thomas Paine. Mission in limbo. (Season 2 episode Don't Be Cruel)
      • President Reagan asks Ellen if the mission should proceed. She recommends to move forward, and he agrees. (Season 2 episode And Here's to You)
      • Apollo and Soyuz both launch. (Season 2 episode Triage)
      • After being ordered to return home, Dani moves forward with the mission. (Season 2 episode The Grey)
  • Publishing Companies
    • Sewell's Books
      • Publisher of Pam's book of poetry, Muse #10. (Season 2 episode The Weight)
  • Radio Stations
    • 96.7 The Brick
      • Once on the moon, Tracy records several promotion sound bites for various radio stations, including WHU FM, Hot 97, Houston's 96.7 The Brick and The Morning Zoo on KQ92. (Season 2 episode The Weight)
    • Hot 97
      • Once on the moon, Tracy records several promotion sound bites for various radio stations, including WHU FM, Hot 97, Houston's 96.7 The Brick and The Morning Zoo on KQ92. (Season 2 episode The Weight)
    • KQ92
      • Once on the moon, Tracy records several promotion sound bites for various radio stations, including WHU FM, Hot 97, Houston's 96.7 The Brick and The Morning Zoo on KQ92. (Season 2 episode The Weight)
    • WHU FM
      • Once on the moon, Tracy records several promotion sound bites for various radio stations, including WHU FM, Hot 97, Houston's 96.7 The Brick and The Morning Zoo on KQ92. (Season 2 episode The Weight)
  • Restaurants-Asian
    • Little Saigon Diner
      • Kelly tracks down her birth father at his restaurant. She eats dinner, but does not reveal herself. "Vietnamese Chinese & French Cuisine" (Season 2 episode And Here's to You)
  • Restaurants-Other
    • Mama's Porch
      • Administrator Paine requests dinner with Margo at Mama's Porch. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
  • Sports Teams-Basketball
    • Spartans
      • Jersey Ed's son Shane is wearing when he is hit by a car while riding his bike to a basketball game. Following the accident, he is declared brain dead. (Season 1 episode Hi Bob)
  • Steakhouses
    • The Lamplighter
      • Gordo suggests celebrating Tracy's inclusion in the female astronaut program by getting steaks at the Lamplighter. (Season 1 episode Nixon's Women)
  • Technology Companies
    • FIP Systems
      • NASA Contractor mentioned when the FBI questions janitor Mr. Rosales. (Season 1 episode Bent Bird)
    • Kirkland Aerospace
      • Wernher von Braun: When I was reviewing the supply chain for the Saturn as part of my analysis, I was puzzled to find that the LH2 valve was manufactured by Kirkland Aerospace, a company located in Rockford, Illinois. I was puzzled because I remembered that contract. I had given it to a company from Colorado Springs in the mid '60s. Then, in early 1973, NASA changed contractors. Why give a contract to a company in Illinois? What was politically important about that state to the administration that had just taken office in 1973? The Equal Rights Amendment. (Season 1 episode Home Again)
  • Trailer Parks
    • Sycamore Creek Trailer Park
      • Margo tracks down Aleida Rosales to offer her an engineer job at NASA. (Season 2 episode Rules of Engagement)
  • TV Stations-News
    • NNC
      • TV news station. National News Channel.
      • New coverage. (Season 2 episode The Bleeding Edge)
      • Coverage of the situation on the moon. (Season 2 episode The Grey)
  • Vehicles-Space
    • Beagle
      • Beagle was scheduled to roll out to pad 39C today, but there's a report on some issues in her main engine turbo pumps which might delay her launch date by a week or two. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
    • Constitution
      • NASA space shuttle. Update reported to Margo: Discovery, Enterprise and Endeavor are still in turnaround on the West Coast, while Atlantis, Victoria and Constitution are still in OMDP in Palmdale. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
    • Endeavor
      • Spacecraft used for the Apollo 15 mission. (Season 1 episode Into the Abyss)
    • Kon-Tiki
      • The orbiter Kon-Tiki remains docked at Skylab, but she's scheduled for reentry and landing this afternoon in Florida. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
    • N-3
      • Houston Sentinel newspaper headline on August 8, 1976: RUSSIAN N-3 ROCKET: Largest Rocket Ever Launched. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
    • Osprey
      • Apollo 24's command and service module is called Osprey. (Season 1 episode A City Upon a Hill)
    • Pathfinder
      • America's next-generation shuttle - the vehicle that will redefine space travel as we know it. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
      • Sticking missiles on Pathfinder still on hold. (Season 2 episode The Bleeding Edge)
      • Ed assigns himself command of the future first Pathfinder mission. (Season 2 episode Pathfinder)
      • Ed and his crew run sims for the upcoming Pathfinder mission. (Season 2 episode Best Laid Plans)
      • The president decides to arm Pathfinder. (Season 2 episode Don't Be Cruel)
      • Crew continues to train for their upcoming mission. (Season 2 episode And Here's to You)
      • Pathfinder launch moved up following the shooting incident on the moon. (Season 2 episode Triage)
      • After Sally Ride pulls the gun on him on Pathfinder near the moon, Ed shoots down Sea Dragon. (Season 2 episode The Grey)
    • Seahawk
      • Lunar module used for the Apollo 15 mission. (Season 1 episode Into the Abyss)
    • Victoria
      • NASA space shuttle. Update reported to Margo: Discovery, Enterprise and Endeavor are still in turnaround on the West Coast, while Atlantis, Victoria and Constitution are still in OMDP in Palmdale. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
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