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9 Months With Courteney Cox Episode 6

How 1 Mom Deals With the News of Her Ninth — Yes, Ninth — Pregnancy

I've never been a crier. Breaking my arm in sixth grade? No big deal. Being dumped for the first time? Eh. Leaving for college? Eyes were dry. This is why it comes as such a surprise that I tear up at every episode of 9 Months With Courteney Cox. Every. Single. One. The sixth one is no different: in this episode, we catch up with Marnie — who is nonbinary — as they prepare for an embryo transfer. We also see Alicia continue to struggle with her latest pregnancy (her ninth), which leads her to seriously question her relationship with God. Lastly, we get to see Brandi's mixed emotions as she finds out that she is pregnant, but Lawrence's drinking problem continues to escalate. Yeah, my eyes were definitely not dry this time.

Watch for new episodes every Tuesday and Wednesday at 6 p.m. PT/9 p.m. ET.

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