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Californication

7 Seasons

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Season 7
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4.1 out of 5 stars (654) IMDb 8.4/10

He's come a long way. After blowing every chance at love & happiness - and burning every bridge in Hollywood - Hank Moody is finally ready to put the past to bed. But as always, old indiscretions turn up to bite him squarely in the ass. Could it be too late to pull off a happy ending?

Starring:
David Duchovny, Natascha McElhone

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Season 7
1. Levon

Hank's reunion with Karen doesn't go quite as he planned. Season premiere.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: April 13, 2014
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2. Julia

Hank is surprised during a visit to Levon's apartment.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 27 minutes Release date: April 20, 2014
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3. Like Father Like Son

Hank is assigned his first episode. Karen gets ready to throw in the towel.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: April 27, 2014
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4. Dicks

Levon tries to get Melanie to himself. Charlie and Marcy have money issues.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 26 minutes Release date: May 4, 2014
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5. Getting the Poison Out

Levon has the night of his life with Nikki. Charlie gets in over his head.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: May 11, 2014
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6. Kickoff

Hank has an intimate notes session at the 'Santa Monica Cop' kickoff party.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: May 18, 2014
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7. Smile

Rath wants a rewrite of Hank's script. Charlie and Marcy mull Stu's offer.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: May 25, 2014
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8. 30 Minutes or Less

Hank has problems with Hashtag Black. Stu's offer leads to fisticuffs.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 27 minutes Release date: June 1, 2014
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9. Faith, Hope, Love

A run-in with a nun helps Hank put things into perspective.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: June 8, 2014
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10. Dinner With Friends

Hank entices Karen into a romantic evening. Stu and Charlie create chaos.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: June 15, 2014
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11. Daughter

Hank might soon be out of a job. Becca makes a big announcement.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: June 22, 2014
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12. Grace

Hank makes a life-altering decision. Series finale.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 29 minutes Release date: June 29, 2014
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This show was an absolute breath of fresh air to me. I love the unapologetic spirit of it and doubt that any avenue besides cable television could properly accommodate the brashness of the dialogue and outrageous antics.Although I did doze off during season 4 and was nearly bored to death during season 5, they started picking up steam on six and ended nicely with 7.
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Californiaction. The story of one Hank Moody and his desire to be with the only woman he has truly cared about and the daughter they raised in L.A. come to an end not with a bang but with a whimper and of all songs "Rocket Man". Season Seven of the long running show comes to an end. But not before they cram twelve epsidoes down the throats of its loyal viewers with plot lines that felt rushed and in many ways unended.
What could have been a promising farwell to such characters like the Runkles, Karen, Becca and the like were rushed into new characters like Levon the son he never knew he had. Or Julia the very woman he left to be with Karen before the series started. Either way Showtime did no one any favors with the adition of Levon as the spastic and possably insanse son. Or wasting HEater Grham talent as the mom (Was it difficult to try and find someone to even look like LEvon character Mom?). Sadly I feel this is the only season in which things were so disjointed that I wanted them to resolve this. I've noticed with Shomwtime any show the produce with any seasons more then three they tend to either give the viewers the middle finger when it comes to and ending of any series (Dexter comes to mind when I think of this phrase) or they simple end it with some clasic song or medly that makes us wonder why we even tuned in to watch this stuff in the first place (Lost comes to mind for the latter in that case). Either way if you are a die hard fan and hoping for some closure I hate to be the one to tell you this sin't going to happen. So to the viewers out there enjoy it, throw it away or simply ignore it. But Californication is done and were never going to see something like that ever again.
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The final season of "Californication" managed to recapture the heart and soul of what made Hank Moody and his tale so much fun to watch over the years (beyond the gratuitous nudity ;-) ). After an utterly bland and directionless sixth season, where he toured with the completely uninteresting, washed-up rock star, Atticus Fetch, Hank returned home to continue his quixotic quest to win the heart of his true love, Karen, and also get his life together.

It would not be a Hank Moody story if there weren't several Hank-induced obstacles. Among them include finding out about an unknown son, whom he fathered before he met Karen (and he looks like Jonah Hill); a reputation that leaves him with the only employment opportunity being a writer on tv show that is clearly going to be short-lived; and an increasingly estranged relationship with his daughter, Becca.

This final season is enjoyable because you still understand why Hank pines for Karen so much (and why she can't 'quit' him); which is helped through a series of flashback scenes that show the two of them during the seemingly (but not exactly) happier early days, along with a still happily married Charlie Runkle and Marcy. Seeing how Charlie and Marcy deal with finally be remarried is also entertaining. I think Evan Handler has been vastly under-appreciated in his role as Charlie Runkle. Evan has had to tap into a bit of fearlessness in order to play such flawed, and embarrassing, character, while still making you root for him.

Funny, and moving, guest spots by Michael Imperioli, Heather Graham and Mary Lynn Rajskub also add to a fond farewell to Hank Moody. It allows one to look back with good memories over the show's run.
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As I feared, this show has really lost it. Thank God that this is the last season and there will be no more. Because believe me, there is nothing left; every creative impulse has been wrung out and expended. They tried to revive it by having a son show up- the illegitimate offspring of an affair that Hank had before he met Karen. And it was very disappointing to me because at the beginning it seemed like he was about to fulfill his destiny and reunite with Karen. But, this whole last season is all about Hank and his son, Levon, and for some reason, they thought it would be good to make the son fat and sloppy and un-date-able- the antithesis of Hank. In fact, Hank has to set him up with prostitutes to get him laid. The only good thing about the son is his mother, Julia, who is played by Heather Graham. Of course, Heather is a dazzling beauty, and it's so nice to see Hank with someone age-appropriate. But, the storyline involves the three of them working at a tv show, Santa Monica Cop, for which Hank is a writer. but it has no saving graces. The whole thing is so juvenile and so crass and so stupid that the only way I could get through it was to fast-forward through much of it. Heather's character does want the whole package with Hank, and he does start having sex with her. Still though, wasn't Karen the love of his life? Both Karen and Becca are very peripheral in the story, especially Becca, who has gone to Europe. But, I knew they would have to bring them both back at the end to resolve Hank's quest. Who was Hank going to choose to be with, supposedly for all eternity, Julia or Karen? That is the only reason why I waded through this awful season. Well, in the final episode, they resolved it, and it was a little bit touching, and that's the only reason why I gave it 2 stars instead of 1.Read more ›
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