Californication 6 Seasons 2011

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Season 4
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Found guilty of statutory rape, Hank buys a used Porsche and considers fleeing from Los Angeles, but instead enjoys one last night in the company of his friends and family.

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28 minutes
Original air date:
March 20, 2011

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The Last Supper

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Season 4
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    1. Exile on Main St. In the Season 4 premiere, Hank is bailed out of jail to find that his literary sex scandal has made him the toast of Hollywood and the target of a lawsuit - as well as estranged him from Karen and Becca.

    TV-MA 29min January 9, 2011
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    2. Suicide Solution Hank polishes off a day of flaky neediness with a creative meeting about his potential new movie that ends with him hiding in a starlet's bathroom and accidentally overdosing on booze and sleeping pills.

    TV-MA 28min January 16, 2011
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    3. Home Sweet Home Hank takes advantage of the misperception that he tried to commit suicide and moves back home with Karen and Becca, but his daughter knows the truth; Charlie sets out to reach a sexual benchmark while a wealthy producer pursues Marcy.

    TV-MA 28min January 23, 2011
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    4. Monkey Business A meeting to discuss Hank's recently completed movie script ends with a billionaire dead in a bathroom; Marcy suspects that she might be pregnant; Karen meets a potential new boyfriend in the artist father of one of Becca's bandmates.

    TV-MA 28min January 30, 2011
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    5. Freeze-Frame After a personal grooming mishap, Charlie discovers that his vasectomy was botched and that Marcy's baby could be his; Hank's relationship with lawyer Abby gets more personal but a good deed yields a compromising photo that could ruin Hank's life.

    TV-MA 28min February 6, 2011
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    6. Lawyers, Guns And Money A sensational photo derails Hank's case and threatens to destroy his movie project until his sincere love for Becca rescues his career, while Karen resuscitates her ex-husband's relationship with his beautiful lawyer.

    TV-MA 28min February 13, 2011
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    7. The Recused Forced by her relationship with Hank to recuse herself as his lawyer, Abby pitches the case to a senior partner on the golf course; Hank is dismayed by Karen's growing relationship with artist Ben; Marcy and Stu ask Charlie to help them pitch a TV project.

    TV-MA 28min February 20, 2011
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    8. Lights. Camera. Asshole Hank takes a gig rewriting dialogue on a zombie sequel but threatens his job when he hooks up with a sexy woman with close ties to the film's female lead; Marcy tells Stu she's pregnant but not that the baby may be Charlie's.

    TV-MA 28min February 27, 2011
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    9. Another Perfect Day Evicted from his apartment, Hank moves back in with Karen and Becca while he prepares for his trial and teaches his daughter to drive; while Karen's out on a date with Ben, Becca and Pearl steal the Porsche and wreck it.

    TV-MA 28min March 6, 2011
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    10. The Trial A nervous Hank discovers that he's got good reason to panic when his trial turns into an all-out character assassination, with even friendly witnesses Charlie and Karen unable to portray him as anything other than a drunken, oversexed lout.

    TV-MA 28min March 13, 2011
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    11. The Last Supper Found guilty of statutory rape, Hank buys a used Porsche and considers fleeing from Los Angeles, but instead enjoys one last night in the company of his friends and family.

    TV-MA 28min March 20, 2011
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    12. ...And Justice For All In the Season 4 finale, as Hank awaits sentencing, the lines between his real life and the movie based on his life blur as the film's star hits on his ex-wife and he feels stirrings of passion for the actress hired to play Karen.

    TV-MA 28min March 27, 2011
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    Sho Original Showtime goes behind the scenes to talk to your favorite cast members of Californication to get the inside scoop on what's to come in Season 4.

    TV-MA 2min October 17, 2011
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    Pam Adlon Interviews David Duchovny Series Star David Duchovny takes the hot seat as co-star Pam Adlon plays the role of interviewer on the set of the Showtime Original Series, Californication.

    TV-MA 3min October 17, 2011
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    David Duchovny Directing The cast talks about David Duchovny's role as director on Californication.

    TV-MA 2min October 17, 2011

Product Details

Genres Drama, Comedy
Director John Dahl
Supporting actors Pamela Adlon, Madeleine Martin, Evan Handler, Stephen Tobolowsky, Judy Greer, Melissa Stephens, Michele Nordin, Carla Gugino, Sergio Cilli, Zoë Kravitz
Season year 2011
Network Showtime
Executive Producer David Duchovny
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By David Matthes on September 1, 2011
Format: DVD
For me, Californication has always been a story about the real, and not just real people, but REAL everything. Everything that happens on this show I could very well see happening in reality, especially given the setting in which it takes place in. And that's one of the many reasons why I love it and why I can connect with it on a personal level. For the majority of the show and its seasons thus far, Californication has mostly taken on a dark-comedic edge and while maintaining a serious edge throughout its plot threads, most of the time we're left laughing hysterically at the insanity the characters fall into(most of the time at their own faults).

Season 4 changes all that. And it does so near perfectly. This season takes a turn for the worse in that Hank faces the real-life consequences for his actions in prior seasons, and if anyone knows anything about character development and progression of story, a pivotal point in every story's duration is the point in which the characters feel truly lost and all hope has failed them. That's essentially what Season 4 has to offer. It's a dark time for Hank, and doesn't offer nearly as many laughs as Seasons 1 through 3.

So for anyone who's walking into this season with high expectations, you should still have them; this show is still as genius as ever, just take it with a grain of salt. It may take a few viewings to fully grasp that you're watching a drama moreover a comedy this time around. Can't wait for Season 5!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By G. SYLVESTER on October 28, 2011
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This show is so Brilliant, original and keeps it real. Just when you feel like "I want that life", the writers (and actors) give a 'real-does' of reality. This is what happens in real life and that is why I am a big fan of the show and all the cast members. Season 4 is great and I am so happy it is now available. I also want to thank Showtime for airing this show. They are the only True network for entertainment. All the other shows offered on Showtime air are great too (see the website and you will find out). So get all the Californication seasons and watch from the beginning.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By B. Martin on December 12, 2011
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The train wreck that is Hank Moody's life continues to hurl ahead at full speed in the fourth season of Showtime's raunchfest, Californication. The latest installment in the chronicles of the deeply flawed author finds him dealing with statutory rape charges stemming from an encounter with Mia way back in the first season. One of the great things about this show has always been how its characters are haunted by their past transgressions and its good to see the series getting back to exploring this theme after the largely consequence free romp that was season three.

The twelve episodes of this latest season are wildly entertaining and often jaw droppingly vulgar (see the story arc involving Charlie and his realtor for further proof of this), but they are also frequently shot through with sobering flashes of sadness, regret and heartache. For every fling that Hank engages in and every bit of booze and drugs he consumes, a part of the man he desperately wants to be seems to drift farther away. What's most tragic about this is that Hank knows it's happening but seems unable or unwilling to make the changes needed to become the person he truly wants to be.

Yet Californication continues to brilliantly convey these themes in the guise of a series that is loose, fun and endlessly amusing. It conveys an effortless sense of cool and good times, even though things are falling apart beneath the surface. Just like Hank Moody himself.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Alex Chiperi on September 15, 2011
Format: Blu-ray
I've watched the show from the beginning and let me tell you this, Season 4 makes the difference. I think, disaccording with the reviewer before me, that Season 4 gets really deep into the Hank Moody character. You watch it and judge yourself. Enjoy!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Lou T on January 24, 2014
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TV has proved such a let down that I now eschew plot, theme and character development and focus on laughs (intentional or not) and the presence of many and varied hot chicks. 5 stars
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mitch on May 27, 2012
Hank Moody pretty much never gets old. I would highly recommend any season of this show as they are all tremendous. Great lead character and David Duchovny does an awesome job of portraying him. Two thumbs up.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Joseph Landes on October 30, 2011
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I just finished watching Season 4 of Californication and although in my opinion not the best of the seasons, it is still filled with many laugh-out loud, outrageous moments that will keep die-hard Hank Moody fans begging for a 5th season. The 4th Season is primarily focused on Hank battling against accusations of rape pending from his escapade with Mia. His best friend and agent Charlie is getting along after being separated from Marci and is attempting to sleep with 100 women before he dies---problem is he is only up to #11 when the show starts. As the season progresses, you start to feel as if the show is getting slightly old and that if it is to continue it may need a radical makeover. The development of Hank's character as tragic starts to get tired, his moments of self-reflection old, and you continuously wait for some sort of big "bang" to happen to jolt you and Hank and the rest of the characters out of a bit of a slumber. Without giving away the ending of Season 4, I will say that it is not as dramatic as the previous seasons although does involve a ride into the sunset by both Hank and his ex-wife and daughter---although not in the same car. A good but not great or memorable season for Californication lovers.
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