A one-night-stand causes writer Hank Moody to be late in meeting his 12-year-old daughter Becca at home, much to the disgust of ex-girlfriend Karen. Then, a romp with a hot bookstore shopper will upend Hank's life in ways he could never imagine. After Becca sneaks out to a party, Hank and Karen go in search of their daughter. Later, Hank and Karen have a heart-to-heart where he admits he wants her back, but she reveals she's engaged to another man and is moving on. Written by
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When Hank is sleeping and his daughter puts the blanket over him, the newscast that can be heard about a bombing in Iraq and the man who went berserk, is the same newscast heard during the beginning of Chamillionaire's song "Morning News". See more
After picking up Becca from the party, Hank and Karen have a glass of wine together. The camera shows Karen pouring herself a glass of wine and then Hank's. The camera switches to Hank and then back to Karen, where she is shown pouring her glass of wine again. See more
Hey, big guy, you and me. We've never done this before but desperate times call for desperate measures. My name is Hank.
References Yellow Submarine
Written by Mike Patton
, Dan Nakamura
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