For All Mankind (2019– )
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And Here's to You 

Gordo returns to space. Molly faces an upsetting new reality. Aleida confronts her first major hurdle at work.

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Dennie Gordon

Writers:

Ronald D. Moore (created by), Matt Wolpert (created by) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Joel Kinnaman ... Edward Baldwin
Michael Dorman ... Gordo Stevens
Sarah Jones ... Tracy Stevens
Shantel VanSanten ... Karen Baldwin
Jodi Balfour ... Ellen Wilson
Sonya Walger ... Molly Cobb
Krys Marshall ... Danielle Poole (credit only)
Cynthy Wu ... Kelly Baldwin
Casey W. Johnson ... Danny Stevens
Coral Peña ... Aleida Rosales
Wrenn Schmidt ... Margo Madison
John Marshall Jones ... Nelson Bradford
Lenny Jacobson ... Wayne Cobb
Meghan Leathers ... Pam Horton
Noah Harpster ... Bill Strausser
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Gordo returns to space. Molly faces an upsetting new reality. Aleida confronts her first major hurdle at work.

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Drama | Sci-Fi

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Trivia

The missiles that are intended to be mounted on Pathfinder, the Phoenix, were real missiles formerly employed by the US Navy. Only capable of being launched from the F-14 Tomcat the Phoenix had a maximum range of 100 nautical miles. See more »

Goofs

A trained unarmed Soviet cosmonaut being arrested by armed Marines would not reach into a receptacle not visible to his captors - especially after his late comrade had been shot while doing so. See more »

Connections

References The Graduate (1967) See more »

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Roll with the Changes
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Written by Kevin Cronin
Performed by REO Speedwagon
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I love this show but...
9 April 2021 | by gerwinbraunSee all my reviews

Some of the sideplots make this episode a 7/10 when it could have been a 10/10.

The main problem in this season and especially in this episode are too many sideplots!

The bad ones: The whole Aleida plot is compleatly irrelevant and just wastes screentime.

The Sojus Apollo project involving Margo and Sergej is boring imo and disturbs the pacing. It just feels like the writers dont know what to do with this plot while all the other stuff between UdSSR and USA happens on earth and moon.

Molly Cobb having health problems after her return is an example of how to keep a character in a show even when there is no more purpase for the character. Just cut it out, it makes absolutely no difference.

I dont want to sound mean but i dont give a dead dog on Kelly Baldwin searching for her real Parents.

The better ones: The love plot with Danny and Karen is a bit ridiculus but at least funny and has the potential for great conflict involving the actual main character Edward Baldwin!

I really like the character of Ellen Wilson becoming the female lead of the show. Her character is someone i can empathize with her even tho i am a man. That is very rare for me with femal characters so i guess the actress is doing a good job.

Gordo trying to win his wife back on the moon and overcoming his trauma is a nice development for a main character i empathise with.

The main Plot: The escalating conflict on Earth and on the Moon between the two Superpowers is exciting and thrilling. Thats the reason i watch this Show!

The last scene of the episode is one of the best scenes in the show!

To sum it up i think they should refocus more on the main storyline of the conflict between the UdSSR and USA. Furthermore they should limit the sideplots on the lead characters actually impacting the main storyline, which are imo: Gordo, Edward, Ellen, Tracy and maybe Danielle.

Let side characters be side characters!

Edit: maybe bring von Braun back for 1 or 2 episodes.


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