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Love and Marriage 

Virginia resumes pursuit of her undergraduate degree. Masters takes Virginia's suggestion and enlists the aid of a technician to construct a working camera to film the intimate workings during sexual intimacy.


Michael Apted


Michelle Ashford (developer), Thomas Maier (book) | 2 more credits »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Michael Sheen ... Dr. William Masters
Lizzy Caplan ... Virginia Johnson
Caitlin FitzGerald ... Libby Masters
Teddy Sears ... Dr. Austin Langham
Nicholas D'Agosto ... Dr. Ethan Haas
Beau Bridges ... Dr. Barton Scully
Julianne Nicholson ... Dr. Lillian DePaul
Heléne Yorke ... Jane Martin
Rose McIver ... Vivian Scully
Finn Wittrock ... Dale
James Eckhouse ... Dr. Chuck Ingram
Flex Alexander ... Walter
Kevin Christy ... Lester Linden
Elizabeth Bogush ... Elise Langham
Allison Janney ... Margaret Scully


Dale walks off, deeply hurt, when closet gay client Barton, whose wife demands a divorce given their mutual adultery, offers to pay him for 'aversion therapy'. Vivian eagerly jumps on Ethan before he can even formally propose to her. The study is expanded to psychosomatic interaction and the theory of two unequal types of female orgasm by adding to the team a nerdy engineer who devised a camera, suitable to film within that organ during stimulation. Written by KGF Vissers

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Drama | Romance


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Release Date:

17 November 2013 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Dr. DePaul grades final exams with a fine-tip marker, which weren't invented until the 1960s. See more »


Margaret Scully: Even if you never laid a hand on a hooker again, that wouldn't change what is so impossible to understand. This morning, when you came in my room, I was practically naked and you didn't look at my body once. Not once. And yet, your face was filled with such... love.
Barton Scully: Because I love you. You know that.
Margaret Scully: We didn't sleep together before we were married because you weren't interested in sleeping with me. And I excused it away by saying passion is for teenagers and nymphomaniacs. Passion is not what ...
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References Dark Passage (1947) See more »

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For all that happens, there's a strange idleness to this one
15 November 2016 | by Mr-FusionSee all my reviews

With 'Love and Marriage', there's a feeling that the show's spinning its wheels. For the most part, we're just getting a peek at these people's everyday lives. One character stresses over buying an engagement ring, another learns how to dance; one engages in a tryst, while another studies for an anatomy exam. There are developments by the end of this, but there's still no clear direction this late in the season.

The saddest part of all of this is Provost Scully, who tries to reengage his marriage with very awkward results. It's painful to see this character in such a shattered state.


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