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Californication

Californication



Californication is the story of Hank Moody, played by David Duchovny. Hank is a novelist who has recently moved to Los Angeles, which complicates his relationship with Karen, his ex-girlfriend, whom he still has feelings for and Becca, his 12-year-old daughter.

The show has been met with mixed reactions, leaning towards a more favorable position by most. The majority of those opposed to the show and it's explicit nature of drug and sex-laden scenes are that of the conservative groups. These groups, namely those found in Australia and New Zealand, have attempted to boycott the networks and the shows advertisers.


Episode Info

Prev: 7x12 -- Grace (Jun/29/2014)


Hank makes a life-altering decision. Karen tries to resolve any tension between Hank and Becca. Hank and Levon reconnect with Tara. Hank invites Julia for a special dinner.


Available Episodes

Grace
Jun 29, 2014
Season 7 episode 12

Daughter
Jun 22, 2014
Season 7 episode 11

Dinner With Friends
Jun 15, 2014
Season 7 episode 10

Faith, Hope, Love
Jun 08, 2014
Season 7 episode 9

30 Minutes Or Less
Jun 01, 2014
Season 7 episode 8

Smile
May 25, 2014
Season 7 episode 7

Kickoff
May 18, 2014
Season 7 episode 6

Cast
David DuchovnyDavid Duchovny
As Hank Moody
Natascha McElhoneNatascha McElhone
As Karen Van Der Beek
Evan HandlerEvan Handler
As Charlie Runkle
Madeleine MartinMadeleine Martin
As Becca Moody (S01-S06; recurring S07)
Madeline ZimaMadeline Zima
As Mia Lewis (S01-S02; recurring S03-04)

Recaps
6x11: The Abby recap: The episode begins with Charlie returning home, and interrupting Hank and Faith’s make out session. Charlie is worried because Atticus has decided to retire and, as a result, is pulling out of the musical. He tells them Atticus is only concerned with his sobriety at the moment and has checked into Happy Endings, the rehabilitation clinic where Hank and Faith were. Charlie wants Hank to talk some sense into Atticus, saying Atticus will lose millions because of this decision of his. Hank is reluctant, but Faith thinks they should help Atticus out... read more.

6x8: Everybody's A F**king Critic recap: The episode begins and Hank after going through Becca’s book tells her that he didn’t like it. He suggests that she start writing a new one, and forget about this one, which really disappoints her. Charlie pays Marcy a visit and asks her why she isn’t returning his calls and she says she can’t see him anymore, just then Ophelia comes out and is really hostile towards Charlie and even slaps him. Ophelia then takes Marcy inside and slams the door on Charlie’s face. Hank finishes writing the musical and hands it to Charlie, who is eager to send Atticus and Stu a copy... read more.

6x12: I'll Lay My Monsters Down recap: The episode begins with Hank dreaming that he is in a bar and chatting with a deceased friend of his, who is a bartender. Hank tells his friend that he is confused about who he should choose between, Faith and Karen. Before he can come to a decision, Hank is woken up by Faith, who is packing her stuff to go on the tour with Atticus. She asks him if he is coming along. Instead of giving her an answer, he pulls her into the bed and begins making out with her. Hank later arrives at Karen’s, who is helping Marcy get ready for her wedding... read more.

6x10: Blind Faith recap: The episode begins with Becca telling her parents at the dinner table that she wants to go on a literary pilgrimage. Hank is not very happy to hear this, but Karen tries to be encouraging. Hank says going on this pilgrimage won’t make her a writer, but sticking to writing pages of her book will. Becca walks off in a huff, while Hank and Karen continue arguing about the issue. Hank arrives to meet Faith and sees her hanging out with a guy named Beckett, who is a musician. They three of indulge in some light conversation and Beckett seems to take a liking to Hank, who he thinks is cool... read more.

6x9: Mad Dogs and Englishmen recap: The episode begins and Hank had dozed off on his typewriter, while rewriting the musical. He wakes up and sees Atticus, who has already read the rework, and loves it. Atticus tells Charlie that he will be living at his house for a few days, because his wife caught him having sex with the housekeeper and kicked him out. Eddie Nero, who is now Yusuf Nero, pays Hank a visit. Nero has a chat with the group, and recalls how he gave a man a blowjob once. Atticus joins the conversation, and tells them he once allowed a man to give him a blowjob. Faith arrives a while later, with a bunch of girls, and Atticus’s drug dealer. Trudy is also a part of the group. She and Charlie retire to his bedroom for some sex... read more.
Crew

Creator: Tom Kapinos
Executive Producer: David Duchovny, Stephen Hopkins, Tom Kapinos
Co-Executive Producer: Lou Fusaro, Melanie Greene
Supervising Producer: Vanessa Reisen
Producer: Ann Kindberg, John H. Radulovic
Co-Producer: Tom Keefe, Kate Garwood

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Recurring Guests

Stephen Tobolowsky as Stu Baggs (27 eps)
Callum Keith Rennie as Lew Ashby (13 eps)
Jason Beghe as Richard Bates (11 eps)
Embeth Davidtz as Felicia Koons (10 eps)
Maggie Grace as Faith (10 eps)
Michael Imperioli as Rick Rath (10 eps)
Kathleen Turner as Sue Collini (10 eps)
Scott Michael Foster as Tyler Stevens (10 eps)
Oliver Cooper as Levon (10 eps)
RZA as Samurai Apocalypse (9 eps)

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Network: SHOWTIME ( USA)
Type: Scripted
Genres: Comedy, Drama
Status: Ended
Airs: Sundays at 09:30 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: August 13, 2007
Ended: June 29, 2014
Themes
   
Akas
• Kaliforgia (Used In Hungary)
• Kalifornizacja (Used In Poland)
• Nuodėmingoji Kalifornija (Used In Lithuania)
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