On the latest episode of “Masters of Sex,” there was a “Fight” on television and tensions were high, both on and off the screen. For the first time, we got an extended look at how the other half lives: in this case, the other half being Masters & Johnso more
The question of what it means to be a man -- or a boy -- dramatically plays out in a hotel suite, operating room and boxing ring on Fight, Episode 203 of Showtimes Masters of Sex. Read More...
Two acts of intercourse, mutually satisfying. One masturbatory act. Role-playing throughout. Am I forgetting anything?
Forgetting isn't the right word, but when Virginia describes the night she and Bill have just spent together, she's l more
A boxing match serves as a long, recurring metaphor for Bill and Virginia's relationship and their understanding of strength and power. Read More...
After an emotional premiere, Masters of Sex slowed things way down in “Kyrie Eleison” (meaning “Lord Have Mercy”). But, it maintained its focus on place (as in, position). Each of its characters is adrift, longing for something they have lost or canno more
Masters of Sex returned for its second season without missing a beat from its first. There was no lull to get viewers reoriented slowly — things picked up essentially where they left off, except “Parallax” made the decision to exam some of the events th more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "Fight," the July 27 episode of Showtime's "Masters of Sex," in which Bill and Virginia spend a long, strange night together. Read More...
New York Times Tv Reporter
Jul 28, 2014 5:24PM EDT
Dr. William Masters encounters a difficult case of an infant with intersex traits, while the definition of manhood pulses throughout the episode. Read More...