The first time we see Dr. William "Bill" Masters, he is attending a swanky dinner in his honor. It is because of this that we know the man in the bowtie is accomplished. His university's provost describes him as an "opinionated" and "hard-headed" "visionary" in the field of obstetrics and gynecology.
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The film is a series of vignettes with Matthew Lillard 's sex advice is intercut within every couple segments. Fred Michael Cera meets a girl Joanna Garcia online and they arrange for "menacing action", only for Fred to break into the wrong apartment. The promiscuous Betty Ashley Schneider going to the "next level" kinkier and more outrageous sexual adventures with Chuck Frankie Muniz , and later Fred. Justin Andy Milonakis buys a vibrating vagina and falls in love with it, all the time while crushing on another girl; the vibrating vagina has a personality of its own and commits " suicide " when Justin rejects it. A Real Sex -esque skit where a girl admits to having sex with two black men on camera. Two guys, Barry and Leon Kevin Hart and Jermaine Williams , create a woman on their computer, only for her to run wild. Jessica Rheagan Wallace , in an attempt to become horny, puts her vibrating cell phone in her vagina, only for it to fall in. Len Ben Feldman wakes up to find a girl and another guy Jamie Kennedy in his bed, and his parents home as well; the whole thing turns out to be a hidden camera bi sexual show.
The new period drama on Showtime 9 p. Sunday chronicles the personal and professional lives of William Masters and Virginia Johnson, the legendary team that pioneered the science of sexuality in the '50s and '60s. It's frank, provocative, educational and, yes, sexy. Not for the prudish, the episode series bursts with explicit depictions of sex — in the lab, in the bedroom, in a brothel. Some scenes feel warmly intimate, while others come across as cold and awkward, particularly those featuring naked human subjects under fluorescent lights who are wired to machines to measure their reactions to stimuli. Surprisingly, these situations never feel gratuitous; however, they do occasionally prompt chuckles. She was referring to a scene early on that has ob-gyn doctor Masters Michael Sheen demonstrating to the boss at his teaching hospital Bridges a female subject's response to a massive mechanical pleasure device. So we weren't trying to pull a bunch of jokes or anything, but I do think that there are definitely moments of levity. It's full of engaging characters, absorbing storylines and poignant moments.