Watch: Lizzy Caplan Relives 'Masters Of Sex' Love Scene Plus More on Conan
The first time Michael Sheen put his clammy hand on Lizzy's breast, things got unpleasant fast.
In the TV series "Master's of Sex", Lizzy Caplan plays Virginia Johnson, a divorced mother anxious to have a meaningful career, Virginia Johnson is ahead of her time on many fronts. Smart, forthright, resourceful, and sexually uninhibited, she refuses to adhere to the norms that her society places on women. She is also compassionate and attuned to her emotions and those of others, which makes her the perfect counterpart for the repressed and socially awkward Dr. Masters.
Masters of Sex is an American television drama series on Showtime. It was developed by Michelle Ashford and based on Thomas Maier's biography Masters of Sex: The Life and Times of William Masters and Virginia Johnson, the Couple Who Taught America How to Love.
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