Alice's Journey - Mrs. America Season 1 Episode 8

Alice's Journey - Mrs. America Season 1 Episode 8

Alice (Sarah Paulson) wandering around after hours during the 1977 National Women's Conference.
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Jill at the Conference - Mrs. America Season 1 Episode 8

Jill at the Conference - Mrs. America Season 1 Episode 8

Jill Ruckelshaus (Elizabeth Banks) at the 1977 National Women's Conference.
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Bella and Midge - Mrs. America Season 1 Episode 8

Bella and Midge - Mrs. America Season 1 Episode 8

Bella (Margo Martindale) and Midge (Annie Parisse) at the 1977 National Women's Conference.
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For God, Home and Country - Mrs. America Season 1 Episode 8

For God, Home and Country - Mrs. America Season 1 Episode 8

Rosemary (Melanie Lynskey) and Pamela (Kayli Carter) at the 1977 National Women's Conference.
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Bella's Conference - Mrs. America Season 1 Episode 8

Bella's Conference - Mrs. America Season 1 Episode 8

Bella Abzug (Margo Martindale) speaking at the National Women's Conference, which she chaired.
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The Real Gloria Steinem - Mrs. America Season 1 Episode 8

The Real Gloria Steinem - Mrs. America Season 1 Episode 8

Gloria (Rose Byrne) is working on a resolution with Audrey and a few others in the hotel room Audrey shares with Alice and Pamela.
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You're a Reject - Mrs. America Season 1 Episode 8

You're a Reject - Mrs. America Season 1 Episode 8

Alice is watching the vote on the ERA deadline amendment from her hotel room, feeling embarrassed for humiliating herself and Stop ERA.
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Arriving in Houston - Mrs. America Season 1 Episode 8

Arriving in Houston - Mrs. America Season 1 Episode 8

Alice (Sarah Paulson) entering the hotel room she is sharing with her friend Pamela, and Republican feminist Audrey.
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Mrs. America Season 1 Episode 8 Quotes

Flo: You've got a beautiful voice.
Alice: That's our favorite song at home. I learned it with all my kids when they were in school.
Flo: Woody Guthrie wrote it.
Alice: Oh, he's a poet.
Flo: He's a socialist.
Alice: Come on, don't be ridiculous.
Flo: You were up there belting out a Marxist song.
Alice: No, no, no. It's patriotic!
Flo: Exactly.

Alice: You're a woman. You can't consecrate the eucharist.
Nun: I've always said, women can do whatever they want, Alice.