Masters of Sex (2013– )
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All Together Now 

Virginia and William ramp up their participation in the study. Libby bypasses William and pressures Ethan to resume the treatments. Austin and Margaret ramp up their tryst leading to differing expectations. Ethan decides to commit to Vivian.

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Dale bravely rescues 'regular client' Barton from physical abuse by brutish gay bashers. Ethan dares not fail the provost's daughter expectation to go steady and exclusive and resumes Libby's fertility treatment, which William called futile, and proves successful again. Feeling frustrated and lonely, Austin re-finds his libido in an affair with the provost's adulterating wife Margaret Scully. William and Virginia join their own test subjects list, pretending it's just scientific research, while proving the psychosomatic effect of unquantifiable emotional components in a relationship. Written by KGF Vissers

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The telephone in the Masters' kitchen has a modular type handset connector. Modular connectors weren't introduced until 1976, more than twenty years later than the setting of this series. See more »

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Engaging as usual, but the show's direction is unclear
15 November 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Almost everyone who's in a relationship seems to be afflicted with doubt and uncertainty in 'All Together Now'. In the case of Masters and Virginia, it's where the line really exists between their work and his marriage. With Austin and Margaret, it's where they stand as a sexually satisfied but age-defined couple. Masters himself has to maintain a false front on his marriage in order to keep the study going. But Provost Scully suffers most of all as a man desperately trying to keep up both a loveless marriage and a forbidden gay lifestyle that threatens everything in his life. The real sorrow comes from his denied happiness on both fronts.

This is a well written episode, but I'm honestly not sure where the show is heading. Like 'Catherine', seeing Bill and Virginia engaging in businesslike coitus seems like a later-season development. Where do they go from here? 7/10


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