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Johnson's parents visit and insert themselves in the Johnson women's lives; Libby and Masters learn that Johnny has been bullied and try to fix the problem; Johnson finds unexpected excitement in the scent study; a promising fertility patient is found.moreless
Bill conquers various obstacles in an effort to boost book sales. Meanwhile, they reconnect with Margaret Scully who seeks advice for problems in her bedroom and later confronts her ex husband Barton about being more honest in his new relationship. Virginia gets to know their new financial investor over dinner. Bill shows his appreciation of Virginia.moreless
Masters and Johnson try to capitalize on their growing fame.
Masters takes on a high-profile patient; Virginia and Libby come to terms.
Season 3 begins with Masters and Johnson facing the press for the first time as they prepare to publish their study. As they do so, they recall last year's summer vacation when Bill was finishing work on their book, Virginia was facing parenting struggles, and Libby was pulling herself out from beneath a deep depression.moreless
Season 2 ends with Masters and Johnson passing the results of their studies on to the world.
A television crew arrives to document Masters and Johnson's work.
Johnson tries to find a cure for Masters' sexual difficulties; Masters learns of a rival study and tries to brand his work; Flo informs Langham that he must have sex with her in order to keep his job; Barbara and Lester connect over their shared sexual dysfunctions; Libby asks Johnson to give her an alibi while she canvases a tenement for a rent strike with CORE.moreless
Masters bristles at Frank's insinuations about his and Estabrooks' demons; Virginia uses a patient's case history to gain advice from a psychiatrist; Betty and Masters try to remedy Lester's impotence by hiring a prostitute; Barbara gets an unsettling diagnosis that threatens to expose a chain of secrets.moreless
Masters privately treats a couple for infertility; Johnson gets in over her head when she tries to treat Barbara Sanderson on her own; Libby witnesses a hate crime that is whitewashed by the police.moreless
Masters becomes impotent without Johnson's knowledge, after learning that she is continuing to have romantic relationships with other men, so he cuts off their sexual work together. Meanwhile, Masters tries to keep his new clinic solvent by borrowing against his house and offering medical services to the hotel.moreless
Hendricks bans Masters from using black participants in his study, but Masters contacts a journalist to aid his efforts. Meanwhile, Johnson is forced to accept DePaul's choice to end her chemotherapy treatments; Gene learns the truth about Betty and Helen's relationship; and Libby fires Coral after discovering she lied about Robert being her lover.moreless
Masters breaks new ground by continuing his study as the only white physician in a black hospital but at the cost of his gynecology practice. Meanwhile, Libby is confronted by Robert over her poor treatment of his sister Coral; Betty reunites with her former lover; and Johnson struggles to right her relationship with DePaul, who is now aware of her ongoing affair with Masters.moreless