As the Moodys at last prepare to move to New York, Becca tells Hank about an intimate coming of age experience she had. Hank's stunned when Mia shows up at the house unannounced, in town ... See full summary »

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As the Moodys at last prepare to move to New York, Becca tells Hank about an intimate coming of age experience she had. Hank's stunned when Mia shows up at the house unannounced, in town with her slimy boyfriend / manager PAUL for a book signing. Hank fails to prevent Mia and Paul from hatching a devious publicity stunt, forcing Hank to finally share the long-buried heartbreaking secret with Karen. Sue Collini gives Charlie a career opportunity of a lifetime, but Charlie must confront the fact that he might be losing Marcy for good. Written by Anonymous

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James Frain and Natasha McElhone starred in the film "What Rats Won't Do " together. See more »

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During Mia Lewis's book appearance we see the cover and it says her name is Mia Cross. See more »

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References The Oprah Winfrey Show (1986) See more »

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Rocket Man
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Written by Elton John and Bernie Taupin
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Mia Culpa indeed.
19 March 2010 | by (Singapore) – See all my reviews

What can I say? Hank Moody was always a constant source of inspiration for me, albeit, not a good one, in the moral sense.

That said, it was truly painful to watch this finale. Not in a bad way, don't get me wrong. In the world of TV series, this finale is probably the best that could come our way. Painful, depressing, cliff-hanging.

Personally, since I've always had this weird emotional attachment to Hank Moody, it really saddened me to see how it ended. Kudos to the writers though, the writing just keeps improving with every single episode. The poetic flow of it all is just incredible.

I'm absolutely stoked to see what Tom Kapinos & Co have in store for us come Season 4!


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