Categories : American television episodes Masters of Sex episodes. Jane drops the bag. Bill watches two of the men have sex, then comes to the conclusion that using "outliers" such as prostitutes and homosexuals will keep them from gathering accurate data.
Sarah Hughes' episode recap: This episode explored the many different ways in which people love and desire, from Virginia and Masters' screwball fling to Barton and Margaret's complex marriage. Sexual assault impacts all people, regardless of age, ethnicity, race, gender or economic status.
Masters of Sex livened itself up this week by taking note of some of the comic absurdities of sex, which should never be ignored. Does it excuse his behavior? Sarah Hughes' episode recap: Bill Masters' scientific curiosity has finally morphed into a full-blown obsession.
Without your help I would probably not be here today. Those who don't mind being spoiled should go here. In the end, though, it was the revelation that Masters owed his entire career to Scully, and yet was still prepared to blackmail his former mentor in the name of his study, that lingered.
A queer like Barton is lucky to have a position and at least Fitzhugh was able to get rid of one of them for now. Virginia, whom he treats like a lowly secretary during the day and a colleague at night, is out of the loop but onboard, it seems, for whatever Bill wants to do.
Coming out of the operating room, he meets Betty's fiance. Fitzhugh sends Barton to get a drink while the two talk.
Libby balks at that proposition. She may not need Bill to be an everyman, but she deserves some happiness. Betty and Virginia meet with various investors: Dan Logan, played by Josh Charles, who is our perfume man. Betty and Virginia can meet with investors while Lester and Bill work on the book.
Jane drops the bag.