Californication, Season 4HD
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He couldn’t be more screwed. Golden Globe-winner David Duchovny is back in the smart, wild and sexy SHOWTIME hit comedy series CALIFORNICATION – and it’s going to be the most scandalicious season yet. A one-night misunderstanding has landed Hank Moody in serious hot water, but his troubles don’t end there. It seems like it’s the entire State of California vs. Hank Moody, and he’s not going to get off easy.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoExile On Main St.||Season 4 picks up about 72 hours from where Season 3 left off –- with Hank Moody sitting in a jail cell – but the gossip blogs are already buzzing with news of the Hollywood’s latest Lolita literary sex scandal. Hank’s most damaging secret is a secret no more. When Charlie finally bails Hank out, he has to break the news that he’s been exiled from Karen and daughter Becca. Hank has a meeting with alluring attorney Abby Rhoads, who against her better judgment agrees to represent Hank. Then it’s on to the UTK Agency to discuss turning the novel at the center of the scandal into a movie. In addition to a director and veteran producer, the stolen Hank Moody novel has also attracted the attention of young Hollywood starlet Sasha Bingham, whose interest in playing the Mia role is soon intensified by her own interest in Hank Moody.||28:53||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoSuicide Solution||Houseguest Hank Moody is literally starting to make Marcy sick, especially after she wakes up in bed with him. Hank and the dirty black Porsche need a jumpstart from a less-than-thrilled Karen making him even later for his meeting with attorney Abby, who is already beginning to question Hank’s commitment to (and her involvement in) Hank’s case. Later, Hank and Becca’s trip to a guitar shop run by Zakk Wylde does little to bridge the father-daughter rift. Charlie takes Hank to meet with starlet Sasha Bingham and imbalanced Oscar-winning actor Eddie Nero, who might play the Hank role for the upcoming movie, but the meeting ends with Hank hiding in Sasha’s hotel bathroom. Back at Runkle Haus, Hank self-medicates and sets out to write an apology letter to Becca, but the sleeping pills and booze have a devastating effect and Hank never finishes the letter…||28:31||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoHome Sweet Home||Hank wakes up in the hospital after his accidental overdose. Not only is a cynical doctor at his side, but Karen who invites him home, making Hank wonder if he’s really died and gone to heaven. Mia comes by the house to apologize to Hank where she is confronted first by Karen, and then Becca. After being robbed by four teenage misfits, led by Pearl, Becca is invited to join their band, The Queens of Dogtown. Meanwhile, Hank has realized that Karen is only acting so nice because she thinks he’s suicidal, but how long will Becca allow him to keep the truth from her mother? Charlie tells Hank that he’s got to get working on the FandP script, as Producer Stu Beggs is getting antsy. So antsy, in fact, that he drives over to the Runkle Residence to confront Charlie, but instead meets Marcy, who is oddly intrigued by the man in the Maserati. After securing permission to pursue Marcy, Stu hooks Charlie up with promiscuous D-Girl Heather, as Charlie embarks to sleep with 100 women.||28:20||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoMonkey Business||Hank Moody is notified by his attorney Abby that he will be going to trial for statutory rape. But not before Hank hands the completed FandP script to Charlie, who promptly drags him to a meeting with the Director, producer Stu Beggs and eccentric financier Zig Samitaur, setting off a chain of events that leads to Hank and Charlie having to explain why there’s a dead billionaire in the bathroom. While Becca, Pearl, and the Queens of Dogtown rehearse at the Runkle House, Karen helps Marcy realize that she may actually be pregnant, and the two buy a pregnancy test to be sure. When they arrive back at the house, Karen hits it off with bohemian artist Ben, Pearl’s father, making the exiled Hank feel even further away from home.||28:07||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoFreeze-Frame||While discussing the FandP script, the trial and the quest for more partners, Charlie consults Hank about grooming his “area,” which Hank encourages. Karen and Marcy are getting ready for Becca and the Queens of Dogtown’s first show at the Whisky, when Charlie interrupts them with a pretty serious “shaving accident.” Marcy takes him to the ER, where the doctor informs them that both of Charlie’s vasectomies were botched. A look of fear comes to Marcy’s face as she realizes the baby in her belly might actually be a Runkle. On his way to meet attorney Abby for dinner, Hank runs into Mia and the actress who’ll be playing her in the upcoming movie, Sasha Bingham. Awkwardness abounds. Later, Hank and Abby’s business relationship is starting to get a little more personal when Hank gets a text invite to Becca’s show, where he meets Ben for the first time. After Hank returns to the hotel that night, he gets word that Mia is acting strange on the balcony of Sasha’s room. He innocently coaxes her inside, but a discreet picture of Hank with his alleged victim and the teen starlet is about to hit the blogs and change everything…||28:20||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoLawyers, Guns and Money||After seeing the compromising photo of Hank with the two young ladies, the DA calls off Hank’s plea bargain, causing attorney Abby to dismiss Hank as a client. The photo scandal also causes Sasha Bingham to drop out of the movie. Waxologist Marcy makes a house call for a bikini wax that turns out to be an act of courtship by Stu Beggs, and the pair eventually bond over body wax and bull-riding movies. Hank and Charlie’s dinner meeting with offbeat actor Eddie Nero is cut short when Becca and the Queens of Dogtown get into some trouble at a Venice tattoo parlor. The love Hank shows for Becca is enough to convince Nero that Hank is a character worth playing. Meanwhile, Karen goes to Abby’s office and tries to convince her to re-represent Hank, which leads Abby and Hank to reconcile over a drink and blur the lines of attorney-client privilege…||28:02||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|7||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Recused||Given the previous night’s surprising events, Abby recuses herself as Hank’s attorney, and, over an afternoon of golf, tries to pair him with a senior partner of her firm, with mixed results. Hank is further irked to discover that Karen and Ben are hanging out more frequently, including at the concert for Becca and her band, Queens of Dogtown. Charlie, still on his quest for 100 partners, beds Abby’s BBW secretary. Later on, Stu and Marcy come to ask Charlie for his help pitching a show to Showtime. But when Marcy and Stu’s nerves get the better of them, will Charlie be able to step up and save the day?||28:18||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|8||HDClosed CaptioningVideoLights. Camera. A*****e||Hank Moody takes a job rewriting dialogue for a new blockbuster zombie sequel Slowly We Rot 2, helmed by an increasingly frustrated director and starring Sasha Bingham. He leaves the set after receiving a tip from bandmate Pearl that Becca has ditched school and is now drunk. At the hotel bar that night, Hank meets a sexy “age-appropriate” woman who turns out to be even closer to Sasha than Hank, which may lead to Hank getting fired from his lucrative new gig…Karen takes Marcy to a clinic, where Marcy wrestles with whether or not to terminate her pregnancy. Marcy lets Stu Beggs know that she’s pregnant, but before she can explain whose baby it is, he cuts her off, overjoyed to learn that he’s going to be a father. Meanwhile, Charlie is caught in a compromising situation with real estate agent Peggy, who, as Charlie soon finds out, is quite “adventurous” in the bedroom.||28:14||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|9||HDClosed CaptioningVideoAnother Perfect Day||After his final pre-trial conference with attorney Abby, Hank Moody heads back to his hotel room, only to discover he’s been evicted for an outstanding bill. After spending the night in his car, he’s taken in by Karen and Becca for one final weekend before the trial -- a weekend spent teaching Becca how to drive in the Porsche. Charlie and Peggy continue to explore ever more perverted taboos. When Marcy and Stu invite Charlie over to dinner to reveal the pregnancy news, Charlie’s reaction prompts jealous Peggy to burn Charlie… literally. Meanwhile, Hank’s ideal family weekend is interrupted by Karen’s date with Ben, leaving Hank to “babysit” Becca and the mischievous Pearl. The girls sneak out for a joyride and crash the Porsche. And the countdown to Hank’s trial grows ever closer…||28:03||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|10||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Trial||It’s the first day of the Moody trial and the otherwise cool Hank is visibly nervous, especially after an irksome encounter with Bill outside the courthouse. Attorney Abby tries to calm him down, but the Prosecutor has enough evidence to make Hank’s outlook seem pretty grim.Charlie is called to the stand and lets slip some incriminating anecdotes about Hank’s run-ins with director Todd Carr and his wife, unintentionally worsening what has become a total character assassination. Karen’s testimony reveals the childish, jealous nature of Hank, portrayed ever more desperately pathetic and drunk. Bill adds malice and motive, and drops a bomb that squashes Hank’s last bastion of innocent ignorance. By the time Mia takes the stand, Hank’s cause seems all but lost…||28:13||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|11||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Last Supper||The verdict is in. Hank Moody is guilty. While struggling to process, Hank keeps slipping into horrible daymares, even ending up back at the Church with a familiar (and very accommodating) nun. Attorney Abby gives her best effort to make up for not getting Hank off in the courtroom. Hank goes to Charlie’s house for solace, where he meets freaky realtor Peggy and then meets up with old friend Trixie, but even her company isn’t enough…Hank uses some of his zombie movie cash to buy a new, used Porsche. Back on the road, and with visions of driving to escape the trial’s outcome and LA in general, Hank receives a phone call that has Hank spending one last night surrounded by family as Charlie and Marcy, Karen and Becca, swap stories and relish in the nostalgia. The night ends with Marcy revealing to Charlie that her baby is likely his, as well. Meanwhile, Karen and Hank share one final night to remember…||28:02||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|12||HDClosed CaptioningVideo...And Justice for All||Hank brings attorney Abby over to Stu and Marcy’s place for the FandP kick-off party, where he’s surprised to see Karen and new beau Ben who have some surprising news of their own regarding Becca. Everyone’s enjoying the party, including Sasha Bingham, until Eddie Nero, who now looks and acts just like Hank Moody, gets a little inappropriate with Karen and Charlie’s date Peggy gets a little violent with Charlie. Meanwhile, casting for the FandP movie has begun and Hank, Charlie, Stu, and the Director are seeing women for the role of Karen. One woman in particular bears a striking resemblance to Karen, stirring familiar feelings in Hank. But as his sentence is handed down in court, how will Hank’s punishment affect his future with the real Karen and Becca?||27:55||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|101||HDVideoSho 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.||1:55||Free||View in iTunes|
|102||HDVideoDavid Duchovny Directing||The cast talks about David Duchovny's role as director on Californication.||1:45||Free||View in iTunes|
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I've always been ambivalent about this show, but this season I've finally made up my mind that it's really pretty much become dreary cr#p. The only thing good about the show is the central character, Hank Moody, and maybe that of his agent or at lest the relationship between the two. I've always found the character of his wife irritating, dull and strained (she's clearly about the break back into a British accent at any moment) and that there was a total lack of chemistry between them. Everybody else is similarly a 2 dimensional backdrop to the Hank Moody show.
If you've seen one season you've essentially seen them all, as there's no real development, they just keep circling back to the same lousy choices and confused relationships, like a slow 4 year circling of the drain. It's like the show's central gravity just won't let anybody change substantially, probably due to a lack of writer/director creativity.At the end of the last episode you might be led to believe that there's finally some resolution in the character's confused relationships, but I have a feeling that Ducovney is going to miss the ego self-gratification that basically portraying himself brought, and he'll figure some way to try to rearrange the same tired pieces into something salable. If so I won't be buying.
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- Genre: Comedy
- Released: Jan 09, 2011
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