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Hank Moody may be a talented author, despite his gift of the gab, especially for live seducing, his private life is a mess. Repeated attempts to have a stable relationship with Karen, also for the sake of their daughter Becca, fail because of their extreme libertarian infidelity. Hank’s sexual appetite also infects talent agent Charlie Runkle, who indulges in all kinds of naughtiness too. More ‘victims of hormones’ contribute to the lustily lust-loaded plot.
Tonight on Showtime Season 7 of Californication airs with its eighth episode called, “30 Minutes or Less.” On this evening’s episode, Hank encounters problems with Hashtag Black on his episode of “Santa Monica Cop” and the Director instructs him to get things back on track. Meanwhile, Julia becomes a distraction; Levon gets a big opportunity; and news of Stu’s offer leads to a fight.
On last week’s episode Rath demanded a rewrite of Hank’s “Santa Monica Cop” script. Meanwhile, Julia’s new boss gave her some career advice, but Levon and Hank have other ideas; and Charlie and Marcy considered Stu’s offer, until Atticus’ butler offered an alternative solution to their money problems. Did you watch last week’s episode? If you missed it we have you covered with a full and detailed recap, right here for you.
While outside, Amy tries tempting Hank to come to her trailer and shares that she’d much rather be kissing him. Just as they reach her trailer, Hank keeps walking as he sees Rath and Rath warns him to stay away from the actresses. Rath tells Hank that he is producing the episode so he can make the decision about Hashtags’s proposed changes. As Hank walks back to the set, he is stopped by Julia who pulls him into her trailer for a quickie?that ends REALLY quick because Levon comes knocking on the door. He comes in nervous about this upcoming audition and asks Hank to come with him.
Levon is so nervous that he ends up knocking the camera over, sweating through his shirt, forgetting his lines, and finally, having some serious gas. Hank has to run after the audition is interrupted to let him know Hashtag is looking for him and on his way up the stairs. He runs into the office of yet another admirer. She is glad to allow him to hide in her office, and begins to get comfy next to him as she suggests they have an affair.
Tonight on Showtime Season 7 of Californication airs with its second episode called, “Julia.” On it, Hank is aggravated by his new co-workers, and Karen gets an unexpected surprise.
On last week’s episode season 7 began with Hank eager to reunite with Karen, the love of his life, but things didn’t go as planned. Meanwhile, Hank got hired by the “Santa Monica Cop” showrunner; and a reporter asked to interview Hank for his college paper. Did you watch last week’s episode? We did and we recapped it right here for you.
Through the season’s first two episodes, Hank makes a push to become a grownup. After committing to a job and avoiding any sexual encounters of the easy and carefree kind, Hank is on the right track and Karen is buying into it. And why shouldn’t she? Hank seems refreshed, focused, and maybe even blessed by Faith’s groupie magic. Karen has alluded to the fact that Becca might be the only thing that kept the lovers tied together over the last 20 or so years. Now with Becca off on a literary pilgrimage (whatever the hell that is), Hank and Karen can savor the empty nest by reigniting their romance, hopefully this time for good.
Tonight’s episode begins with Hank receiving a “murse” from Karen. He is very excited to carry his belongings on his first day of his new writing job in his murse. Karen is rather turned-on by the fact that Hank seems to be getting his life on track and shares how sexy she thinks he is, followed by a kiss. Just then, Marcy and Charlie come out of the bedroom after having “tried” to make things happen again, with no luck. Marcy shares, in detail, how she tried to help Charlie with his problem, and how it didn’t work at all.
Hank returns for Californication‘s seventh and final season waiting to knock, standing in a place most guys know well. He’s on the side of the door that isn’t quite reality ? floating in that space before the big moment where every scenario rushes through your head. More often than not, the vision of the big speech or heart-wrenching proposal goes as planned and nervous anticipation turns into much needed elation.
Ask any guy that has an ounce of romance in him about how nothing you plan in your head unfolds exactly the way you want it to. In those moments before the knock you can’t prepare for someone’s reaction, you can only put it out there and hope.
The episode opens with Hank knocking and Karen accepting. The sweeping passionate kiss ensues. The band is back together.
Well not quite. This is Californication, where you can dream all you want but reality always comes to wake you up. Sticking true to the series’ roller coaster love arc, Hank knocks and no one is home. His visions of the big romantic gesture dissipate because now he has to go out and find Karen, an angel in a city filled with demons. When he does find Karen at a coffee shop, his speech comes out a little rushed and the reaction wasn’t something he previously accounted for in his head.
The current season of Californication has been on a roll. The decision to pair Hank Moody (David Duchovny) with Tim Minchin’s lewd asshole rock star Atticus Fetch has rejuvenated the show in new ways.
I mean, at its heart, Californication has always been a show about what happens when you live the rock and roll dream and get everything you want. I’ve never been completely convinced that Hank’s as good a writer as we’re led to believe. After all, he seems to have hit it lucky with his first shot, God Hates Us All, and he’s been dining out on the experience ever since. His literary output is hardly prolific, is it?
So, I found it strange when Hank started laying into his daughter Becca’s first attempt at a novel instead of supporting her and giving her constructive criticism. But how satisfying it was when Hank swaggers into a meeting with Atticus, Stew and Runkle and they all insult his latest work. It’s about time. And to add insult to injury, Fetch admits that he lied when he said he was a big fan of Hank’s work ? he’d never even read it!
There are subtle upsides to Hank having his ego knocked hard: first, there’s a charming visit to his new muse Faith where the duo sing Joni Mitchell songs and ?inspire’ each other. I’m starting to warm to the character now. She genuinely seems to have a sweet disposition, and I’d happily warm to the idea of her and Hank getting romantic properly with each other. The show has trod stagnant water with the Hank/Karen relationship, and I’d love for them to kill that relationship off once and for all.
Hank (David Duchovny) and Karen (Natascha McElhone) try objecting. They want their daughter to reach legal drinking age before her first OD. But you can’t accuse your child of making questionable choices when you’re the king and queen of making them. (“I have experimented with the drug you call cocaine” Hank tells Becca.)
Becca is taken for a lesson on the repercussions of rock-star partying. A front door opens to reveal Atticus (Tim Minchin). But this is hardly the intervention Hank hopes for because the living room is inhabited by one Marilyn Manson (playing himself and explaining the title of the episode).
Manson says he’s a fan of Hank’s work and would be honored if he would do drugs with him. Hank is tempted, but resists. Then Manson asks if he can bed Karen. Hank warns him that a tussling is imminent.
Hank also has to contend with a pass from Atticus’ wife, Natalie (Sarah Wynter). While his hand is on her breast, Karen interrupts with some news. Manson’s attempting to get their daughter and her into a threesome. (“Oh, that’s my cue” Hank says.)
Hank and Charlie embark on a journey aboard Air Force 69 with Atticus Fetch heading toward New York. The group plan on collaborating on the adaption of ?God Hates Us All/’A Crazy Little Thing Called Love’.
Tonight’s episode opens with Hank speaking with Becca about writing and her future. Becca is incredibly honest with Hank talking about her recent experiences (predominately sexually) and her plight as a writer. Hank is opposed and doesn’t speak with her as the same openness that Bates does. Becca views him as a collaborator and creative consultant rather than her father demonstrating the change in their relationship.
After the conversation spirals into blow jobs (and smelling and tasting) Charlie comes rescuing Hank in order to join Atticus Fetch. Runkle is rocking eye-liner in order to appeal and represent his newest client, pretty sure Robbie Mac would have approved of the look.
Hank and Charlie are greeted on the private jet by two beautiful stewardesses who claim to make any wish come true. After a suggestive look from Hank they agree to make out with each other while Hank and Charlie nod in agreement. The band’s manager (who hates Hank) confronts the two saying he’s keeping his eye on them.