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Californication: Quitters

Hank agrees to head to rehab, where he meets a gorgeous woman named Faith. Faith serves as a sort of muse to famous rock-stars, and Hank is instantly intrigued by her. Elsewhere, Charlie resorts to drastic measures to land a client, Marcy grows fed up with Stu, and Karen starts a new job.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 6x2
Airdate: Sunday January 20th, 2013
Special Airtime: 10:30 pm

Director: John Dahl
Writer: Tom Kapinos

Alternate Airdates:

AU (Eleven) Dec 02, 2013

Guest Stars
Maggie GraceMaggie Grace
As Faith
Stephen TobolowskyStephen Tobolowsky
As Stu Baggs
Patrick FischlerPatrick Fischler
As Gabriel
Sarah WynterSarah Wynter
As Natalie Fetch
Johann UrbJohann Urb
As Robbie Mac
Dustin YbarraDustin Ybarra
As Ross
Lee ArenbergLee Arenberg
As Charlie's Boss

Co-Guest Stars
Angela TrimburAngela Trimbur
As Tweaker Chick
Camden GrayCamden Gray
As Stuart
Main Cast
David DuchovnyDavid Duchovny
As Hank Moody
Natascha McElhoneNatascha McElhone
As Karen Van Der Beek
Pamela AdlonPamela Adlon
As Marcy Runkle
Evan HandlerEvan Handler
As Charlie Runkle
Madeleine MartinMadeleine Martin
As Becca Moody


The episode begins with Charlie paying Hank a visit at the rehab. Hank admits to Charlie that he is feeling better with his stint at the rehab and is keeping an open mind about things. Charlie covertly hands Hank a small packet of pot he has smuggled in for him. It’s to take the edge off, Charlie tells Hank. Hank thanks Charlie but also comments on how Charlie is suppose to support his sobriety. “Come on weed don’t count” Charlie says. Charlie is distracted when he sees an actor named Robbie Mac at the rehab. He leaves Hank to say “hello” to Robbie. Later at a group therapy session, Hank tells everyone he sees himself as a “drug and alcohol enthusiast”. ..

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