Masters of Sex star Michael Sheen may date lots of incredible women, but he is not dating costar Lizzy Caplan.
(No matter how much we want him to, especially since Caplan's Masters of Sex character Virginia Johnson is such an open and sexual woman.) In real life, Caplan keeps mum on her personal life. I absolutely love that there isn't much about Caplan's love life when you look into it.
I usually pick my favorite actors by the shows and movies they choose. Of course, it's not perfect, but they don't call 'em struggling actors for nothing.
But with Masters of Sex, Caplan is safe from the two-season curse.
Given that she's just 14, Greene is probably just dealing with school and having fun.
It has characters that are vaguely interesting but eventually I really didn't care who anyone ended up with.
They were all mostly just mean or sad and made a half hearted attempt to rally at the end that left me emotionally uninvested.
Sarah begins to confront her shortcomings after she rejects her boyfriend's hasty proposal and soon finds herself in a rebound romance.
Meanwhile, her sister Beth is immersed in the details of her wedding.
And she'd like to keep it that way, thank you very much. Please forgive me and maybe one day we can be friends.