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After Hendricks bans Masters from using black participants in his study, Masters contacts a journalist to promote his efforts, using the debunking of sexual stereotypes as the lure. Johnson is forced to accept DePaul's choice to end her chemotherapy treatments. Gene uncovers the truth about Betty and Helen's relationship. Libby fires Coral after discovering she lied about Robert.
Black hospital director Dr. Charles Hendricks forbids his staff to participate in Masters' studies. After preliminary results surprisingly support some racial prejudices, the conflict deepens and a newspaper reporter digs into William's compromising past. William insists on continuing his sexual report with Virginia, who accepts to be his research assistant again but tests only sexual cruelty with him, while continuing an affair. Reunited for his bachelor party, Gene Moretti is socked to learn from study buddy and best man Al about his bride Betty's lesbian history with Helen. Libby finds out that nurse Coral never stooped seeing Robert, what he is rather then a lover, but still fires the babysitter.
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