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Manhigh 

Dr. Masters' big day is at hand after 12 months of studies. Without Virginia as a voice of moderation will Bill's pitch hit the mark? Margaret Scully is confronted with her husbands ... See full summary »

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Dr. Austin Langham
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Dr. Ethan Haas
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Dr. Lillian DePaul
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Jane Martin
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Lester Linden
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Dr. Masters' big day is at hand after 12 months of studies. Without Virginia as a voice of moderation will Bill's pitch hit the mark? Margaret Scully is confronted with her husbands homosexuality and investigates what is involved with his 'treatment'. Dr. Austin Langham has a job offer from L.A and the climax to the episode sees Virginia Johnson reading the notes from Dr. William Masters presentation at home in the rain, to hear a knock at the door. Written by Stewart from Brisbane.

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Dr. Masters compares his study to Darwin's Theory of Evolution, stating that people didn't want to believe that man evolved from apes. Darwin claimed that Man and apes had a common ancestor. See more »

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Margaret Scully: You never loved one of them?
Barton Scully: ...James Davenport. He was the only one that... That was so very long ago. Summer before I went to college.
Margaret Scully: You loved a boy when you were eighteen? You knew you felt this way when you were eighteen?
Barton Scully: It wasn't so clear-cut then.
Margaret Scully: But, you hadn't even met me yet and you already knew you could never want me.
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References Jailhouse Rock (1957) See more »

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Worthy finish
17 November 2016 | by See all my reviews

'Manhigh' is just the right note to go out on; a great way to end a season that began with such promise. Virginia's revolving door of relationships continues to spin, albeit in a hopeful fashion; Bill's career is adrift at sea, while all hopes for the study are dashed; and yet, there's growth, especially with Bill; he comes through in the end for the person who deserved it most. But this episode also blows up the status quo; seriously, his big presentation wasn't even finished before the establishment freaked out on him. But even with such uncertainties, the future is still wide open. This is an excellent way to end the season.

9/10


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