Californication (2007–2014)
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Faith, Hope, Love 

After receiving news that Karen has been in a car accident, Hank, Marcy and Charlie wait in the hospital to hear about her condition.

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Charlie Runkle
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Man at the Hospital (as Jeris Lee Poindexter)
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11 Year Old Becca (as Aubrey Miller)
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After receiving news that Karen has been in a car accident, Hank, Marcy and Charlie wait in the hospital to hear about her condition.

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8 June 2014 (USA)  »

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Marcy: Hey, hey, hey, you be careful, Runks. Don't go dipping your helmet into that shit. I'll bite it off. Trust me, I will.
[Hank and Karen smile at each other]
Marcy: And you can't afford to lose an inch on that thing.
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(Go To) California
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Performed by Rob Zombie
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does Karen live or die?
7 January 2017 | by (South Africa) – See all my reviews

AVOID READING THIS UNTIL AFTER HAVING WATCHED.

Not much fun this week, yeah. Episode is quite staid compared to the usual outrageous fare. But of course it has a different feeling to it. This is the episode where we don't know whether Karen lives or dies. As such, this is not the comedy half hour you come to expect from this laugh-a-minute super adult show.

Must say, my money was on Karen not making it. Right to the last I thought, this is too easy, too straightforward, too anti-climactic for this very mature show. Hank is gonna wake up there on the couch, having dozed off, the bit with the doctor saying "concussion, no internal bleeding" had been a dream... After all, with only three episodes left of the entire series, anything could have happened.

Turns out those back-flashes form a prequel to the happenings of earlier episodes. Just before Charlie had that fling with his secretary. Very difficult it must have been to get these people looking young enough again to be passably believable for these scenes to be from a time gone by long ago already. But they did succeed. And Natascha McElhone looks breathtakingly beautiful. She is an eternal classic!

{by the way, this is the only episode in the series that only needs a PG-13 rating, as there is no sex/nudity, even if there are still some references to such - it is also the only one where the religious sequence doesn't turn into sex, so this is kind of the only CALIFORNICATION episode not to step on toes (well, almost, not quite)}


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