"One For the Money, Two For the Show"

Bill and Virginia's work is documented by a television crew on Masters of Sex Season 2 Episode 11. Bill finds himself nervous while Virginia is preoccupied with a potential custody issue.

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"Below the Belt"

Johnson attempts to find a cure for Masters' sexual issues while Flo tells Langham he has have sex with her in order to keep his job on Masters of Sex.

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"Story of My Life"

Masters and Betty try to cure Lester's impotence by hiring a prostitute and Virginia continues to pose as Barbara and talk to a therapist.

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"Mirror, Mirror"

Privately, Masters treats a couple for infertility on this episode of Masters of Sex. Johnson, meanwhile, gets in over her heard.

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"Asterion"

Masters becomes upset after learning that Johnson is continuing to have romantic relationships with other men, so he cuts off their sexual work together on Masters of Sex.

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"Blackbird"

Masters contacts a journalist after he's forbidden from using African American participants in his studies on Masters of Sex.

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"Giants"

Masters begins his work as the only white doctor at an all African-American hosptial on Master of Sex.

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"Dirty Jobs"

On this episode of Masters of Sex, Langham shares his suspicions about Masters and Johnson with DePaul.

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When Masters and Virginia meet up at a motel, she learns about his troubled past on Masters of Sex.

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"Kyrie Eleison"

Masters new job at Memorial Hospital has several instructions, including the loss of Virginia on Masters of Sex.

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Masters of Sex Quotes

When we talk about sex, we do not talk about love, Dr. Farber, because love cannot be rendered into columns and graphs as if it were the same as blood pressure or heart rate. Love is not a force exerted by one body onto another. It is the very fabric of those bodies. Love is that which carves the lines and grooves; the curvature of our desire.

Bill

Bill: Make sure he knows this evening's area of focus please. We'll be looking at men with enlarged prostates, primarily elderly men. Engaged in auto-manipulation.
Barbara: Auto, I'm sorry?
Bill: Old men masturbating!