After Hank is arrested by the police and sent to prison, he meets record producer Lew Ashby, who asks Hank to write his biography, in the meantime, Charlie is fired after videos of him masturbating in the office are shown to his boss.

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A mute Karen doesn't want to bail Hank out of jail. Becca promises him to try to change her mind. In jail, Hank meets Lew Ashby, a record producer who really wants Hank to write his biography. After he was hard on Mia because she stole Hank's book, Dani gives Charlie a mean piece of her mind and goes to his boss and gets him fired. At home, a shattered Charlie wants to talk with Marcy, who has snorted quite some cocaine and isn't able to hold a sensible conversation. Written by Marco van Hoof <k_luifje7@hotmail.com>

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Trivia

Season two is a modern play-out of F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel, 'The Great Gatsby'. See more »

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When Hank is in lockup, the man in the other cell behind him switches places between shots while Hank is talking to Ashby. See more »

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References The Jerk (1979) See more »

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Wake Up Time
Written by Tom Petty
Performed by Tom Petty
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