Hung (2009–2011)
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Eyeing a possible second chance with Jessica, Ray contemplates a break from the business - but Lenore may not be willing to give him up without a fight. Emotionally frayed after separate ... See full summary »

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Eyeing a possible second chance with Jessica, Ray contemplates a break from the business - but Lenore may not be willing to give him up without a fight. Emotionally frayed after separate encounters with Damon and Vera-Joan, Tanya visits Frances and Ray to try to make amends. After getting a lift from Mindy, Ronnie returns home to find that Jessica has made a decision that could impact both of their futures. Written by HBO Publicity

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[last lines]
Ray Drecker: [narrating] I remember the day we moved in. I was 6 years old. I thought it was the greatest house I'd ever seen. And I was the luckiest kid in Detroit. It was time to get lucky again.
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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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The house by the lake
28 September 2010 | by (New York) – See all my reviews

The second season of this outstanding series comes to an end, not with a bang, but in a reflective mood. The theme of the last chapter seems to be "coming to terms", thus settling issues that were created as the season went along.

For the last episode, Dan Attias was called to direct. He directed two of the present season's chapters and one in 2009. The writing credits shows Dmitry Lipkin, the creator of "Hung", who has been also involved in the success of the program, as one of the four writers. The others are Eduardo Machado, could he be the New York based playwright?, Julia Brownell and Brett Leonard.

Tanya comes to her senses and tries to make amends, not only to Frances, a woman who is 'burned' by the pimp's own greed. Ray finds out in an unexpected way he is still in love with his former wife Jessica. Ronnie, having been humiliated by Jess in the awards ceremony calls an old flame, Mindy to rescue him, as his marriage to Jessica is almost over. Lenore is in her usual foul mood because she sees Ray slip away from her influence. Damon seems to find a true friend in Tanya, whom he wants to be his mentor. Mike, the coach, decides to mend his relationship with Frances.

The beauty of "Hung" lies in the ensemble work by all the regulars. We are given a final chapter that is a bit sentimental, perhaps, but which shows positive attitude from all the characters. Thomas Jane and Jane Adams are the best excuse to follow these people. Anne Heche, Roberta Creskoff, Gregg Henry, Roxanne Hart, Charlie Saxton and Sianoa Smit-McPhee brought out the best in the people they were assigned to play.

The ending of this show indicates a third season will be forthcoming.


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