The Case Against Jean Loring: Exhibit A
Jean is shocked when Ray discovers her sucking face with her law partner in the front seat of her car. She really shouldn't be; she was parked in the driveway outside their house.
Ray, suddenly realizes he's married to a lawyer. One who blames him for her own actions.
The Case Against Jean Loring: Exhibit B
Jean, equally naive, suddenly complains about her husband being a scientist and superhero, even though that's exactly what he was when she married him.
The Case Against Jean Loring: Exhibit C
Oh, anyway, then Ray, to get some needed time away, charters a flight above the Amazon to search for a white dwarf star fragment, but then the pilots get worried that Ray has instead detected their secret cocaine fields, knock him out, steal his wedding ring, and push him out the plane, which then crashes due to Plot Necessity, but Ray shrinks, and lands safely in the jungle, where he's saved from a snake attack by a band of six inch extraterrestrial tribesmen whose culture devolved from an alien penal colony abandoned in the jungle eons ago, but the whole bands gets captured by the head of their tiny home city who's mad at them because they're rebels and consequently throws the rebel leader and Ray to the mice.
The Sword of the Absorbascon versus the Rats of Trade-writing
Like the Atom, I stab at ye, who nibble away at stories with teeny tiny little bites!
Meanwhile, back in Ivytown, the authorities, having found in the plane wreckage a burned up body with Ray's wedding ring, contact Jean: