Mia continues to pass off Hank's book as her own. Becca announces a move, while Karen and Bill are preparing their wedding.

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To everybody's surprise, Becca announces she wants to move to Hank. The wedding preparations being in full swing can't help the fact that Karen is devastated by this news. Meanwhile, Mia still pretends Hank's book is hers, Dani and Charlie represent her and it looks like the book's going to be a hit. Charlie discovers the book was actually written by Hank, but, unfortunately, there's nothing Hank nor Charlie can do about it because Mia might tell people about the one-night-stand Hank had with her. Written by Marco van Hoof <k_luifje7@hotmail.com>

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Becca Moody: I want to live with dad. I'll still visit and stuff. I just, I want most of the time with dad.
Hank Moody: That... is the first I've heard of this, Karen. Karen?
[Karen walks away]
Hank Moody: Karen. Karen! Uh, Becca, have you, um... have you thought this through? I mean, have you- have you...
[Becca walks away]
Hank Moody: Becca. Shit, Becca! Becca... Bill?
[Bill groans and walks away]
Hank Moody: Bill...
Mia Lewis: And then there were two. You know, I'm going to need some help getting out of this dress.
Hank Moody: And then there was one.
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"You are a very young sociopath in training"
11 January 2009 | by (Italy) – See all my reviews

The penultimate half-hour of Californication's first season is the one with all the twists that set things in motion for a sure-to-be glorious finale: a juicy appetizer before the real deal.

Big shock number one: Becca announces she will live with Hank. This is devastating news for Karen, who nevertheless keeps organizing her imminent wedding (which is why Becca is doing this in the first place). Hank, on the other hand, is thrilled to hear about it, but there's a less uplifting surprise waiting around the corner, namely big shock number two: Dani and Charlie are representing Mia, who is passing off Hank's latest book (of which she made a copy) as her own. Thankfully, it takes Charlie only a few pages to realize what's going on, but neither he nor Hank can do anything, because if they try to stop Mia she will tell everyone about her one-night stand with Hank.

And yet, in spite of all the dark implications, this is a very light episode, all thanks to Duchovny and Handler going through every scene with shameless, corrosive wit. If Robert Patrick, who played Agent Doggett on The X-Files, showed up as well, the three would be able to carry an entire season just by sharing the screen. A class act indeed.


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