Hung (2009–2011)
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After standing him up, Jemma tells Ray that maybe they should take a break, and Ray seeks out Tanya for advice on women. Meanwhile, Tanya finds her new boyfriend Pierce to be a man of ... See full summary »

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After standing him up, Jemma tells Ray that maybe they should take a break, and Ray seeks out Tanya for advice on women. Meanwhile, Tanya finds her new boyfriend Pierce to be a man of mystery. Attending a family barbeque at Jessica and Ronnieʼs, Ray finds himself in a (predictably) uncomfortable place. After seeing her classified ad, Lenore gives Tanya some unwanted feedback on her marketing strategy, which leads Tanya to take a more personal approach. Written by HBO Publicity

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I'll Be Your Man
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Written by Dan Auerbach (uncredited) and Patrick J. Carney (uncredited)
Performed by The Black Keys
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Inspiring friendship, authentic acting, realistic and sad story but missing cartoony scenes and short format of the living dead
6 May 2010 | by (France) – See all my reviews

Tanya and Ray are the strangest friends but the closest thing to female and male friendship I have ever seen on TV. Their authentic profiles and the skillful acting of the performers continue to make them grow on us. As expected there was something sad about this installment as Jemma didn't show up at the end of the previous episode. I knew something was wrong with her and the development of that arc was quite surprising. It's like in the real life, people keep doing the same mistakes over and over. It's like a neverending sad story. However in Hung things are not just pictured in their darkest light as the writers found it more appropriate to also shadow the doubts of the protagonists with brighter moments and exquisite dialogs. Even if I miss the crazy scenes involving the mother or the children there're still plenty of elements to appeal the heart and soul. First I really liked the sad music theme and it perfectly suited the scenes it was used in. Second the relationship between Ray and his ex-wife was developed and we learned why she broke with him. Let's hope it'll help him to become a better man and motivate him because even if it hurts to know the truth I think it's better than believing in naive happy endings. Like in Dexter the show is all about fixing the broken doll within and solving complex issues. Will Ray ever manage to save himself from his Dark Passenger ? I bet he will ! You can only be successful with such a big brain in your pants after all.


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