Hank Moody narrowly survives the aftermath of his scorned ex-lover Carrie. Charlie takes Hank to see Atticus Fetch, a rocker who is interested in turning "A Crazy Little Thing Called Love" into a Broadway show.
Hank reluctantly heeds the advice from his family and friends, but Faith, muse to many-a-rock-star, may be his light at the end of the tunnel. Marcy loses her resolve with Stu, while Karen lands a new job.
Ken discovers Charlie's secret. Atticus sends Hank and Charlie on a hunt, so they enlist the help of Hank's rehab partner Faith. Marcy makes a decision about Stu that is influenced by her man-hating spiritual guide, Ophelia Robbins.
Atticus throws a party. Faith provides the girls, The Dealer provides the recreation, and Hank's old friend provides the entertainment. Hank gets a taste of his own medicine with Karen. Atticus tries to recreate rock'n roll folk lore with one of his biggest fans, while Charlie reunites with The Widow.
Hank and Faith join forces to track down Atticus. Surprisingly, Becca is the only person who can really help. Marcy's outing with Ophelia leaves her a little tied up. Charlie's response to a curious message reveals the true feelings between the two exes. Karen makes a revelation about Becca.
Hank (DAVID DUCHOVNY) makes a big decision about his future, which affects his future with Faith (MAGGIE GRACE). Charlie (EVAN HANDLER) and Marcy (PAMELA ADLON) also make a decision. Troops must be rallied to ensure Atticus (TIM MINCHIN) makes it to The Greek Theatre for his co-headlining gig with MARILYN MANSON. A call from Becca (MADELEINE MARTIN) and a visit from a dearly departed friend set Hank in motion.