And this first season ends with a scene reminiscent of The Notebook.
"Who has anything that's just theirs?"
"I'm going to have to corner Michael Sheen this Christmas and make him tell me that I'm coming back."
Masters is about as easy as a nuclear bomb.
Coital scratches on the shoulder: "I might consider this positive feedback."
On this week's episode, loneliness and marriage go hand-in-hand.
We all knew where this was going, and last night we finally got there.
It's not just who puts what where. It's how everyone feels about that.
Dr. Freud’s been lurking in the shadows all season, and last night he finally got his due.
And now Allison Janney is on the show, which we approve of.
Chipping away at the tough exterior of Dr. Masters.
Young Masters: So much friendlier, with such unruly hair.
Slowing down the action.
"For vintage sexual aides, the real problem is trying to find ones that look new."
There's so much setup in this season premiere. It'll be a delight to see where it all goes.
This new Showtime drama stars Michael Sheen and Lizzy Caplan as a pair of sex researchers.
William Masters and Virginia Johnson were pioneers in the science of human sexuality.
"My father took me to the attic with this horribly stupid, very simplistic book and a pack of cigarettes."
Michael Sheen and Lizzy Caplan play sexy sex scientists, sexily.
Starring Liev Schreiber, Michael Sheen, and Lizzy Caplan.
They'll play pioneering sex researchers on the Showtime drama.
On Showtime's upcoming Masters of Sex.