4 items from 2011
Zap2it has your first look at the coming episode, in which we see Max's triumphant return. We also spoke with Blair about the craziness that is about to ensue when it comes to his character.
"I come back in a big way getting a blowjob in the school parking lot," he tells us. "This episode picks up kinda where my character leaves off and it starts the descent into the craziness for the finale, which is going to be madness."
While Max doesn't play a huge role this week, it's the following episode where we will see some major changes. Blair tells us that a conflict between his character and Rj will »
Nick (George Eads) and Ray (Laurence Fishburne) talk of Ray's impending court hearing with Nate Haskell (Bill Irwin) . Nick needs to get to the gym or he'll never go. Ray: "Are you felling obligated to leave Doc Robbins (Robert David Hall) a good-looking corpse." To which Nick replies, "Yeah, something like that." Hey his hair's grown back, now any chance of George leaving it like that! Anyway, prophetic words from Ray regarding Nick, as he almost does meet his doom. Ray tells him he's putting on his game face for the trial. Nick retorts he should give Haskell hell, but he's bound for there anyway. Ray and Haskell prepare for court simultaneously and you know from Haskell's smirk he's got something up his sleeve, literally. In court, Haskell comments the last three days he's been trying to control the monster and the media are portraying him as such. Hey that's Ray's word, »
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On Monday's (Apr. 25) episode of the MTV scripted comedy "The Hard Times of Rj Berger," Mr. B will start a new chapter of his currently sad and depressing life. After being left by his wife and love of his life, Rick is rocking a poor man's snuggie (in case you're unfamiliar, it's a backwards bathrobe) and cooking Pop-Tarts with an iron in a no-tell motel.
Zap2it has a first look at the upcoming episode, in which Rick gets a poor-mans makeover courtesy of the two crazy kids. Watch below.
"Rick has lost his mind completely," Poindexter tells Zap2it of his character. "He still thinks he's kind of debonaire and he's so not."
Thanks to the makeover, Rick gets the »
The wait is over. With only three episodes left in Califorication Season 4, all eyes turn to Hank Moody’s rape trial. Karen still may be harboring feelings for him, but she still can’t shake the knowledge of Hank’s past transgressions.
In the next three episodes, we’ll start to see a journey through the past three seasons of Californication as character testimonies come to light and all of Hank’s past skeleton’s are brought before the court. Will things work out well for Hank? It’s going to come down to Hank’s knowledge of Mia’s age as well as her character. However, as evidenced from these clips below, Hank’s “relationship” with Abby may hurt his chances in court, as well as his friendship with everyone’s favorite masturbating agent, Charlie Runkle.
- Alexis James-Whitehead
4 items from 2011
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