Friday, July 26, 2013
New York Times Spotlights "Masters of Sex"; Gray Lady Says "Don't Mind Us. We'll Just Watch." Most Insightful Story So Far About the New Showtime Series. Bill and Virginia Meet Lizzy and Michael
This is so far the best story I've read about Showtime's "Masters of Sex". Dave Itzkoff of The New York Times did an excellent job of getting everyone to talk candidly.
Personally, I think John Madden's description of the series about a year ago made the most sense to me: it has the long narrative arc of a "Mad Men" but with the fascinating episodic human case studies of a "House." God knows, there were enough troubled sex cases that Masters and Johnson handled over nearly 40 years to fill an entire network schedule! Kudos to Dave for his reporting from the same lot where they made "The Wizard of Oz," another story that gained new life on TV.
What Nucky Thompson of Boardwalk Empire Didn’t Know About Joe Kennedy Before He Died. The Secret Boozy Deals of A Kennedy, A Churchill and A Roosevelt. Now in Time MagazineThe Secret Boozy Deals of A Kennedy, A Churchill and A Roosevelt. Now in Time Magazine : The Real-Life Story Is Revealed in A New Book, “ ...
Kick Kennedy & Pam Churchill : A Fateful, Dynastic Friendship Between Two Daughters of the Two Famous FamiliesKathleen “Kick” Kennedy, the favorite sister of future U.S. president John F. Kennedy, and Pamela Churchill, the daughter-in-law of British...
“The Scent of Love” by Thomas Maier Excerpted from “Masters of Sex” If birds and bees do it, then surely human b...