Severely disappointed in this episode.
It's still entertaining, enjoyable, and whimsical, but I just can't stand the direction they've taken with Millais, Effie, and Ruskin. For absolutely NO good reason, they eliminated the innocence, romance, and sweetness of their relationship, and made it seem like Ruskin was paying Millais to have him seduce and deflower his wife for him, while he left for Scotland alone.
Commence a 'hilarious' scene with Millais trying to show his sexual experience (when he has none) and his friends catching him before the act, explaining that Ruskin simply wants them to be caught in the act so that he can divorce Effie on the grounds of unfaithfulness.
Why? Why did they completely change this story from the beautiful one that exists, into some sort of freak side show? All real development of feelings between them are eliminated, and everyone comes off looking badly.
I can ignore the changing of details in the PRB's story, but this is another matter entirely.