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Virginia Johnson Lizzy Caplan eagerly tells Bill about the prostitutes from the brothel that have agreed to partake in their study. Especially considering how he admonished Betty for using similar tactics to get an operation she has every right to get.
He gets in his own way most of the time, but the frisson of wanting is always there. Filed to: TV. Libby Masters Teddy Sears
Haas lobbies for the case. Retrieved September 30, She is disappointed by Bill treating her like his secretary, when she prefers to be considered his assistant. He and Virginia meet men that have signed up for the study, who are soon revealed to be homosexual.
One of the men shows up at the hospital to ask Bill about the status of the study and ends up giving him blackmail material to use on Scully.
A lesser drama would have made her a weaker character, but what's fascinating is that she's prepared to stand her corner. Loading comments… Trouble loading? From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Lillian DePaul Annaleigh Ashford Those who don't mind being spoiled should go here. In the end, though, it was the revelation that Masters owed his entire career to Scully, and yet was still prepared to blackmail his former mentor in the name of his study, that lingered.