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Mia continues to pass off Hank's book as her own. Becca announces a move, while Karen and Bill are preparing their wedding.

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Hank Moody
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Karen
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Becca Moody
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Mia Lewis
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Charlie Runkle
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Victoria
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Dani
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Bill Lewis
Mike B. Metz ...
Temp (as Mike Metz)

Directed by

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David Von Ancken

Written by

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Tom Kapinos ... (creator) (creator)
 
Gina Fattore ... (written by) &
Eric Weinberg ... (written by)

Produced by

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David Duchovny ... executive producer
Gina Fattore ... co-executive producer
Lou Fusaro ... producer
Melanie Greene ... co-executive producer
Tom Kapinos ... executive producer
Tom Keefe ... associate producer
Ildy Modrovich ... supervising producer
Eric Weinberg ... co-executive producer
Scott Winant ... executive producer

Music by

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Tree Adams
Tyler Bates

Cinematography by

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Michael Weaver ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Kevin D. Ross

Editorial Department

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Sandra Grubb ... assistant editor
Tom Overton ... colorist
Jon Rocke ... colorist: dailies

Casting By

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Felicia Fasano

Production Design by

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Eric Weiler

Set Decoration by

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Megan Malley Cannon

Costume Design by

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Peggy A. Schnitzer ... (as Peggy Schnitzer)

Makeup Department

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David Forrest ... makeup department head
Marie-Ange Ripka ... hair designer department head
Laurel Van Dyke ... key hair stylist
Mary Howd ... key hair stylist (uncredited)

Production Management

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Scott Ichikawa ... production supervisor
John H. Radulovic ... unit production manager
Christopher White ... post-production supervisor (as Christopher A. White)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Jeffrey Schwartz ... second assistant director
David H. Venghaus Jr. ... first assistant director
Aaron Critchlow ... second second assistant director (uncredited)

Art Department

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Curtis Crowe ... construction coordinator
Sky Nathan ... props (as Scott Helms)
James Torvinen ... property master (as James 'Skip' Torvinen)
Jeffrey Beck ... set designer (uncredited)
Barry Jones ... lead painter (uncredited)
Kristina Parsons ... assistant property master (uncredited)
Hilary E. Smith ... art department assistant (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Joe Cappelletti ... voice director: adr
Ed Carr ... re-recording mixer (as Edward C. Carr III)
Damon Cohoon ... assistant sound editor
Mitch Gettleman ... supervising sound editor (as Mitchell C. Gettleman)
Jessica Goodwin ... dialogue editor
Todd Grace ... re-recording mixer
Edward L. Moskowitz ... sound mixer
Eric Moss ... assistant sound editor
Courtney Bishop ... adr recordist (uncredited)
Karyn Foster ... dialogue editor (uncredited) (adr editor)
Michael Miller ... adr mixer (uncredited)
Chris Navarro ... adr mixer (uncredited)

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Elia P. Popov ... special effects coordinator
George Zamora ... special effects supervisor

Visual Effects by

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Rik Shorten ... visual effects supervisor

Stunts

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Jim Vickers ... stunt coordinator (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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William Ambrose ... rigging key grip
James Banfield ... rigging electric
Greg Banta ... chief lighting technician
Jason 'Jake' Cross ... key grip (as Jake Cross)
Michael Fastoso ... rigging grip
Christopher Haifley ... camera operator: "b" camera
Rene Jimenez ... lighting technician
Wayne Swab ... rigging electrician
Neil Toussaint ... a camera operator / steadicam operator
Mike DeGrazzio ... digital imaging technician (uncredited)
Ryan DeGrazzio ... second assistant camera: "a" camera (uncredited)
Erik Emerson ... first assistant camera (uncredited)
Coleman L. Hart ... key rigging grip (uncredited)
Greg Mayer ... rigging best boy (uncredited)
Mike Savage ... best boy grip (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Patricia McCorkle ... original casting: New York (as Pat McCorkle)
Shari Page ... casting associate (as Shari Greicar)
Joe Cappelletti ... adr voice casting (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Nancy Collini ... costumer: David Duchovny
Julie Heath ... costume supervisor
J.J. Lewis ... costumer (uncredited)
Jennifer Starzyk ... key costumer (uncredited)

Location Management

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Christopher Lee ... location manager
Michael Paolillo ... location manager
Brian S. Kalata ... key assistant location manager (uncredited)
Rony Shino ... key assistant location manager (uncredited)

Music Department

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Budd Carr ... music supervisor
Jeanne Fay ... music clearance
Nora Felder ... music supervisor
Georgiana Ramsland ... music editor

Transportation Department

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Heath Culp ... transportation coordinator

Other crew

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Karl Ackerman ... assistant: David Duchovny (as Karl Ackermann)
Carol Banker ... script supervisor
Daisy Gardner ... story editor
Gina Hendrick ... production accountant
John Herrera ... script coordinator
Jim Hershleder ... title designer
Stephen Hopkins ... consultant
Mike B. Metz ... assistant: Tom Kapinos (as Mike Metz)
Mark V. Morales ... 2nd assistant accountant
Jacqueline Morris ... assistant production coordinator
Laura O'Keefe ... set production assistant
Joanne Oboyski ... production coordinator (as Joanne Oboyski-Battelene)
Matt Patterson ... assistant: writers
Katy Rozelle ... assistant: Scott Winant
Chris Ruscillo ... assistant: writer
Sabrina Somma ... key set medic (uncredited)
Thomas Farr ... payroll accountant (uncredited)
Laura Gary ... studio teacher (uncredited)
Joe Jennings Jr. ... production assistant (uncredited)
Mela Lee ... adr voice replacement (uncredited)
Lisa 'Petey' Peterson ... assistant accountant (uncredited)

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

To everybody's surprise, Becca announces she wants to move to Hank. The wedding preparations being in full swing can't help the fact that Karen is devastated by this news. Meanwhile, Mia still pretends Hank's book is hers, Dani and Charlie represent her and it looks like the book's going to be a hit. Charlie discovers the book was actually written by Hank, but, unfortunately, there's nothing Hank nor Charlie can do about it because Mia might tell people about the one-night-stand Hank had with her. Written by Marco van Hoof

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Also Known As
  • Turn the Page (United States)
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  • 28 min
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Did You Know?

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Movie Connections References The Wizard of Oz (1939). See more »
Soundtracks Butterfly Blues See more »
Quotes Becca Moody: I'm not going to live with my dad because it's fun. I'm going because I have to. I don't know if you've noticed, but your dad is about to marry my mom.
Mia Lewis: Yeah, so?
Becca Moody: So it's really happening. He can't pretend anymore that it's not. And whatever miraculous thing he thought was going to happen with the writing. You know that thing he wrote back home in New York was going to be the redemption of his soul. Obviously, that's not happening either.
Mia Lewis: No, I guess not.
Becca Moody: So it's official. Rock bottom. The death of hope. Can't leave him alone now. The man's got nothing.
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