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There are two possible events they may be referencing in the show. The first is from the show ABC Stage 67 which ran on the ABC network in the United States during the 1966-67 television season. In a documentary episode entitled Sex in the Sixties which aired January 12, 1967 Masters and Johnson did appear to discuss the changing sexual mores and manners ...


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The show is fairly close to real life - especially in the large strokes of the series plots. There were obviously creative departures both to add to storytelling but also to protect the identities of some real-life characters. There are several articles that detail fact and fiction - here are three that I thought did a good job: The article here does a ...


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Daddy, as a term used during sexual intercourse, usually signifies that the person saying it is being submissive towards the person (usually a male) that they're saying it to. It can be considered synonymous with other words such as master or Sir. Could also indicate that the male they're saying it to is their sugar daddy, a term for a male who provides ...


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The real life William Masters had 2 children. Howie (featured in the show), and Sarah (who is not featured but may be supplemented for Jenny). Johnny is completely fictitious and is created by the writers, much like Lillian DePaul and Betty. Real life Virginia Johnson had 2 children, Lisa and Scott as previously mentioned, hence why it would be written in ...


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