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That's All There Is 

On the Apollo 12 mission rookie astronaut Alan Bean becomes the fourth person to walk on the moon.

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Gerry Griffin
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Ed Gibson
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Ten Year Old Boy
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On the Apollo 12 mission rookie astronaut Alan Bean becomes the fourth person to walk on the moon.

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26 April 1998 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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After returning to Earth in Episode 7 ("That's All There Is"), astronaut Dick Gordon comments, "I'd just like to go to PeTe's and get me some Cajun barbeque!" PeTe's was an actual Cajun barbeque restaurant on Texas State Highway 3, just outside of the entrance to Ellington Field, in Houston. See more »

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After Alan Bean and Dick Gordon say goodbye to one another, they close each hatch (CSM and LM) and it is implied that they simply undocked from one another. This is false as the Apollo spacecraft utilized a docking probe inside the docking tunnel that had to be disassembled before gaining entry to the LM. Thus, this had to be reassembled before the LM could be separated again. See more »

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Emmett Seaborn: [to the television audience] Charles "Pete" Conrad, Jr. Only the third human being to set foot on the moon. Who can forget Neil Armstrong's immortal words? Let's watch and listen to the words Conrad has chosen to mark this moment in history...
Pete Conrad: Whoopee! Man, that may have been a small one for Neil, but it's a long one for me.
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New Suit
Performed by Duke Levine
Written by Paul Bryan
Courtesy of Daring Records
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