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‘Masters of Sex’ Season 2 Episode 10 Recap: "Below the Belt"

This week, Masters of Sex races recklessly towards the end of its second season with a slew of deep-seeded issues that will not resolve themselves in the next two episodes. 883 more words

Television

The 2014 Emmy and VMA Fashion Wrap-Up!!

The Fictionista

This month’s wrap up is dedicated to Joan Rivers who was instrumental in turning the red carpet into the modern day spectator sport it has become. 201 more words

Interracial Romance

Masters of Sex 2.10 "Below the Belt" Review: "What is Wrong with Me?"

On Masters of Sex Bill Masters spends so long trying to ignore the past and listing off the things he either refuses to do (beg) or acknowledge as a potential reason behind his current condition (rejection) so even when he does admit there is a problem it is hard to feel sympathetic. 2,022 more words

Costume Design

TV Binge Report: Masters of Sex

I recently caught up on Showtime’s fantastic Masters of Sex, which is currently airing its second season. Masters of Sex is based on the book Masters of Sex: The Life and Times of William Masters and Virginia Johnson, the Couple Who Taught America How to Love by Thomas Maier, which is a biography of the famous research team who did revolutionary work on human sexual response. 1,241 more words

Los Angeles

Out of the Box: Look of the Week

A busy week with a whole host of events such as the Toronto International Film Festival, New York Fashion Week, the US Open and fall TV shindigs. 706 more words

Out Of The Box: Look Of The Week

Throwback Thursday-Mean Girls

Most of the iconic high school/teen movies are from the 1980’s or 1990’s.  Mean Girls, premiering in 2004, is one of the few movies of recent memory that I think deserves to be included on the list of iconic teen movies. 174 more words

Movie Review

'Masters of Sex' Recap 2x9: 'Story of My Life'

Sometimes I get the feeling that when Virginia Johnson and Bill Masters try to help people, maybe they’re being a little selfish? Maybe? In “Story of My Life,” helping doesn’t turn out the way they hope. 1,428 more words