Californication (2007–2014)
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Hell-A Woman 

Hank accepts a blogger position and attends a dinner party as he continues to try to salvage his life.

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Becca Moody
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The Blonde (as L.E. Brooke)
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Hank caves in and accepts the blogger gig for Hell-A Magazine. Meanwhile Becca helps Hank get invited to a dinner party at Karen and Bill's. All the while Hank attempts to heal the rift between his family despite romps with a scientologist, a porn star, and the continuing situation with Bill's daughter Mia. Written by Brian Ross

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20 August 2007 (USA)  »

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Goofs

When Hank arrives at the dinner party, he gets out of his car and is wearing Converse sneakers. In the next shot, as he walks toward the house, he appears to be wearing boots (definitely not Converse). See more »

Quotes

Marcy Runkle: You must be looking like Art Garfunkel down there lately.
Karen: Oh, my God. You're obsessed.
Marcy Runkle: Well, you haven't been in for a wax in months. So either you're taking your lady business elsewhere or you're sporting a ginormous hippie bush.
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References Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

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Light of Day
Performed by Tommy Stinson
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Beautifully shot, wonderfully written and laugh-out-loud brilliance combine to make this a must-watch show
18 October 2007 | by See all my reviews

Two episodes in and I'm hooked. "Californication" is one of the finest new shows out of the US for some time.

With big-screen visuals, a top drawer cast and Duchovny playing his most memorable role (I truly believe Hank Moody eclipses Mulder), this is a true televisual treat.

This second episode has some laugh-out-loud moments but the scenes of quiet humour are just as enjoyable.

UK viewers will note that "The Office"'s Lucy Davis makes her first appearance in this episode.

Without a doubt, one of the best shows on the box. Long may it continue.


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