Hung 3 Seasons 2010

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Season 2
(30) IMDb 7.3/10
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1. Just the Tip TV-MA CC

In the Season Two premiere, Ray's new co-partnership with Tanya and Lenore starts inauspiciously when he holds back during a tryst with a pregnant client. Looking to get an edge on Lenore, Tanya ventures seeks out some pimping advice from a real pro.

Starring:
Thomas Jane, Jane Adams
Runtime:
29 minutes
Original air date:
June 27, 2010

Available in HD on supported devices.

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Season 2
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    1. Just the Tip In the Season Two premiere, Ray's new co-partnership with Tanya and Lenore starts inauspiciously when he holds back during a tryst with a pregnant client. Looking to get an edge on Lenore, Tanya ventures seeks out some pimping advice from a real pro.

    CC TV-MA 29min June 27, 2010
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    2. 'Tucson Is the Gateway to Dick' or 'This Is Not Sexy.' Ray irritates Lenore by giving Claire marriage advice; Tanya tries to prove she can land a big fish for Ray; Ray uses his sex earnings to pay for the school baseball team's transportation to away games, raising Mike's suspicions.

    CC TV-MA 29min July 11, 2010
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    3. 'Mind Bullets' or 'Bang Bang Bang Bang Motherf**ker' Ray gets more than he bargained for during an impromptu visit with Claire. Seething from the demands of her new boss at work, Tanya turns to Charlie for advice on how to deal with an even more irritable problem: Lenore.

    CC TV-MA 26min July 18, 2010
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    4. 'Sing It Again, Ray' or 'Home Plate' Ray gives Lenore an ultimatum; Tanya suggests a new hobby to shake Damon out of his doldrums; Jessica faces a quandary at home. On his way to meet a new client, Ray has to think on his feet when he runs into Mike in a hotel lobby.

    CC TV-MA 28min July 25, 2010
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    5. 'A Man, A Plan' or 'Thank You, Jimmy Carter' Tanya lands Ray the 'white whale' of clients, but an emergency involving Damon threatens to derail the date. With Mike at the end of his teaching rope, Ray decides to promote him to co-manager of the baseball team. Jessica is peeved with Ronnie.

    CC TV-MA 29min August 1, 2010
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    6. Beaverland Jessica turns to Ray for help with a rodent problem that may be imaginary. Rebuffed by Ray in her attempts to add Mike to her stable, Tanya gets guilt-management advice from Charlie. Ray has difficulty thawing a client who is cold as ice.

    CC TV-MA 28min August 8, 2010
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    7. The Middle East Is Complicated A container of hummus puts Ray in the position of choosing cultural sides between Yael and a new client. Tanya catches Ray in a cover-up--and turns to Charlie for some stress relief. Lenore seethes after learning of Tanya's duplicity.

    CC TV-MA 28min August 15, 2010
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    8. 'Third Base' or 'That Rash' With his team's future wracked by vandals, Ray agrees to participate in a student-alumni baseball game, but an unexpected warm-up session with Claire threatens to put him on the disabled list.

    CC TV-MA 29min August 22, 2010
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    9. 'Fat Off My Love' or 'I'm the Allergen' A bad day at school gets worse when Mike accuses Ray of betrayal. Ronnie vents his frustrations with Jessica at a dermatology banquet, sending his wife running for the exits. Empowered by confession, Tanya lashes out at Ray, Lenore, and Horny Patty.

    CC TV-MA 27min August 29, 2010
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    10. 'Even Steven' or 'Luckiest Kid in Detroit' Season Two Finale. Eyeing a possible second chance with Jessica, Ray contemplates a break from the business. Tanya visits Frances and Ray to try to make amends. Ronnie returns to find that Jessica has made a decision that could impact both their futures.

    CC TV-MA 27min September 12, 2010

Product Details

Genres Drama, Comedy
Director Daniel Attias
Starring Thomas Jane, Jane Adams
Supporting actors Eddie Jemison, Charlie Saxton, Sianoa Smit-McPhee, Rebecca Creskoff, Gregg Henry, Anne Heche, Kathryn Hahn, Marylouise Burke, Gina Hecht, Alanna Ubach, Lennie James, Lyudmila Velikaya, Eileen Grubba, Elisa Perry, Verda Bridges, Robert Herrick, Antoinette Kalaj, Todd Rader
Season year 2010
Network HBO
Executive Producer Jonathan Brytus
Rental rights 24 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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"Beaverland", August 8, 2010 7.
Terrance Richard
It's good to be able to laugh about sexuality and what we go through sometimes in the bedroom.
tucker
Season two continued the established story but took it nowhere worth going.
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31 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Em on October 18, 2011
Format: DVD
I've watched seasons I and II of Hung with mixed emotions. In season II I'm heading more toward dropping it, due largely to the writing and in some increasing sense, the casting.

The premise, that Ray Drecker is a high school coach (getting laid off in this season) by day, and reluctant male prostitute by night, totally sparks my interest. Current, provocative, a story seed that can grow and blossom in any number of interesting ways. However the writers just aren't going anywhere at all with this. The shock value of an average Joe using his biggest endowment to earn a salary wore off in Season I. We saw Ray awkwardly executing his first few jobs, we saw him come to terms, sorta, with his status as male prostitute, we saw Tanya the poet totally get off on the vision of herself as a pimp. Enter the evil conniving woman who tries to take over the business for a bit of intrigue and stress. And that... is pretty much where we have Season II as well. And the first few episodes of Season III. Nothing much is happening that's new, and they've explored most of the avenues opened in the first several episodes of the entire series. There simply isn't any freshness in the story line.

Another problem I have is the relative sexiness of the show. I'm a woman - the target client of this fictional male gigolo - and what I'm seeing is more of a male-fantasy version of a man giving women what they want so much they're willing to pay $600 a pop for it. For instance one recurring theme is that Ray drops his pants to show a woman his size, and they immediately become obsessed with having him. [A thousand online dating clients with cell phone cameras will tell you that this approach does not seem to actually entice your average woman] I'm not really getting the sex appeal.
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22 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Terrance Richard TOP 500 REVIEWER on September 17, 2010
Format: DVD
After completeing season two of "Hung" in the late summer of 2010, HBO has already announced the second year will soon be finding its way onto DVD and Blue Ray shelves. If that isn't enough good news, the cable station has stated that season three of "Hung" has been ordered and will air, as usual, during the summer in 2011.

"Hung" deals with the adventures of a good-looking basketball coach named Ray (played to perfection by mega-stud Thomas Jane) living in a suburb of Detroit. In order to make ends meet he enters the escort business as he possess a rather large bodily "tool" that lots of women find most attractive. The series deals with his interactions with his former wife, played beautifully by Anne Heche, as well as his two children. The second season mainly deals with Ray's involvement with his two female pimps, Lenore and Tanya, who both have different ideas in making Ray a huge success.

This season, like season two, has 10 entertaining and well-written thirty minute episodes. Here is a list of those shows along with their original airdates.

1. "Just The Tip", June 27, 2010
2. "Tucson Is The Gateway To Dick, or This Is Not Sexy", July 11, 2010
3. "Mind Bullets or Bang Bang Bang..." , July 18, 2010
4. "Sing It Again, Ray or Home Plate", July 25, 2010
5. "A Man, a Plan, or Thank You, Jimmy Carter", August 1, 2010
6. "Beaverland", August 8, 2010
7. "The Middle East Is Complicated", August 15, 2010
8. "Third Base or The Rash", August 22, 2010
9. "Fat Off My Love or I Am The Alllergen, August 29, 2010
10. "Even Steven or The Luckiest Kid In Detroit", September, 12, 2010
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Clinton J. McDowall on November 20, 2011
Rented season 1 from blockbusters: $1,99 each DVD with 5 episodes each.
Season 1 and 2 are available in netflix, you pay $7,99 a month and can see it all.
What is up with Amazon charging $2,99 PER EPISODE?
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Shane Allen on February 12, 2014
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I really like the second season they go in depth about ray and his pimp boss HBO should bring the series back
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Joseph M. Sullivan on October 30, 2013
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This is one of the funniest series to hit TV. They left us hanging when canceled after three seasons. This cancellation is very hard to stomach. A great show with great actors. I thoroughly enjoyed the three years we did get however.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Ronald in Hawaii on January 7, 2012
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I enjoyed season one so much that I actually looked forward to spending my money to buy season two. Big mistake. Whatever it was that captivated me and my sweetheart about season one, was TOTALLY lacking in season two. I think season number one took a very unlikely premise that was replete with varous comic opportunities and made good use of them. Season two continued the established story but took it nowhere worth going.

Probably one year passed from the time I had watched season one and the time I watched season two. Watching season two and being BORED right from the beginning made me realize how SHORT each season is, namely only 10 thiry minute episodes. I did not pay a lot for this series, but even so, the story line no longer delivered even modest entertainment. the 300 or so minutes was better than a BAD movie, but it did not live up what I have come to expect from the best of HBO when HBO is really delivering the "goods."
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"Hung: Season 2" takes the comedy-drama genre series deeper into the psyche of all regular and recurring characters. With part-time male prostitute Ray Drecker (Thomas Jane) and female pimp Tanya Skagle (Jane Adams) continuing as the key protagonists, Season 2 examines the complexity of Ray working for rival pimp Lenore Bernard (Rebecca Creskoff), and his efforts to try to return stability to his life. Despite the pimp power struggle Ray makes further progress with increased bookings, which also contributes to a renewed desire to please clients. Bit by bit he finds himself in a better situation as his finances improve, and his relationship with his children grows as they appreciate his wholehearted parenting more. Season 2 also notably provides more insights to a range of people who contribute to Ray's life, which includes: his ex-wife Jessica Haxon (Anne Heche), next door neighbours, high school work colleagues etc., and their further development as characters complements the storyline of Ray making forward steps in a number of areas of his life.

Nicholas R.W. Henning - Australian Author
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