Watch Speaking Of Sex
Who knew that having trouble with sex in a marriage could be so exhausting and confusing? They shove love to the side and pure lust and sex takes over and becomes the agenda. Two so-called therapists get themselves into deep trouble by getting way to personally involved with a couple searching for answers. The struggling marriage is at the verge of coming to an end if help does not arrive soon. The confusion that follows only leads to new twisted sex relationships that have nothing to do with each other. The troubled and rule-breaking expert Doctors advise and offer different and strange solutions to the utterly frustrated couple. Great and fun Sex does become a part of their lives again but a new problem arises. The new sexual relationships are between the wrong people and in all the wrong yet exciting places. Doctors and patients have become way too involved and entangled. Life gets quite complicated between all the parties and everyone counselors, psychologist and the lawyers become too involved with each other. Melinda and Dan are married to one another and is the confused couple that is desperately seeking help for their marriage. They are attempting to fix their issues by themselves but are failing miserably. Dr. Emily is more than happy to assist with her knowledge and is willing to become very physical and break all the rules in the process. She herself has experience with failed relationships because she has been married three times. Dr. Melinda decides to bring Dr. Klink into the picture to help solve the couple’s issue. Dr. Klink and his patient Melinda's relationship begins to heat up and comes to boil in the elevator. Confusion and threats follows hot and steamy sex. The parties find what they have been looking for in others and have a very hard time dealing with their unexpected love connections! The couples fight, threaten and argue with each other until they realize that they have found the answer to their problem. In the midst of serious shortcomings and rule breaking relationships, they find some sort of sanity.
- James Spader, Melora Walters, Lara Flynn Boyle, Jay Mohr, Bill Murray
- John McNaughton