Sounds good to us!
"I think Meryl Streep and I should play a pair of sex therapists," says Allison Janney, who won an Emmy this year for her work on the Showtime series. "We can be like Helen Hunt's character in The Sessions. We can help people who can't have orgasms have orgasms. That would be pretty cool." (The Oscar-nominated The Sessions chronicled the real-life story of a poet paralyzed from polio who hired a sex surrogate to lose his virginity.)
Lizzy Caplan, who stars on Masters of Sex as Virginia Johnson, wants to book Susan Sarandon to play her mother.
"Susan, be my mom!" Caplan said at BAFTA's Emmys party. "She's the sexiest woman. She's amazing. I'm such a huge fan."
Showtime recently announced that Masters of Sex will be back for a third season.
Caplan joked with E! News earlier this year that she hadn't learned anything about sex while making the show.
"I actually knew everything about sex before I signed on," she deadpanned. "That's why I got the part."