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Californication 7 Seasons 2013

Season 6
3.8 out of 5 stars (40) IMDb 8.4/10

The sixth season of CALIFORNICATION returns with David Duchovny in his Golden Globe-winning role as hedonistic novelist Hank Moody. Moody continually struggles to be a good father to his college-aged daughter Becca (Madeleine Martin), while still carrying a torch for her mother, and his ex-girlfriend, Karen (Natascha McElhone).

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David Duchovny, Natascha McElhone

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Season 6

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1. The Unforgiven

Hank Moody may have survived a murder-suicide attempt by his lovelorn ex, Carrie, but she's still haunting his dreams. Charlie takes his best friend and star client to meet rocker Atticus Fetch about giving his book the Broadway treatment.

Subtitles AGES-18-AND-OVER 13 January 2013 28 minutes
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2. Quitters

Hank reluctantly heeds the advice from his family and friends, but muse to many-a-rock-star, Faith may be his light at the end of the tunnel. Charlie finds himself taking drastic action in order to land out-and-proud movie star Robbie Mac at UTK.

Subtitles AGES-18-AND-OVER 20 January 2013 27 minutes
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3. Dead Rock Stars

Hank and Faith attend a funeral where they meet up with the bereaved's tour manager Krull, grieving widow and childhood pal Atticus Fetch. Later, Hank is found in a compromising position by Karen. Robbie Mac and Ken take Charlie out on the town.

Subtitles AGES-18-AND-OVER 27 January 2013 28 minutes
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4. Hell Bent For Leather

Hank and Charlie meet with Robbie Mac, but the project on the table is a little out of even Hank Moody's wheelhouse. Hank then reconnects with his God Hates Us All executive, Ali Andrews. Marcy, Ophelia and Karen commiserate over dinner.

Subtitles AGES-18-AND-OVER 10 February 2013 28 minutes
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5. Rock and a Hard Place

Ken discovers Charlie's secret. Atticus Fetch sends Hank and Charlie on a hunt, so they enlist the help of Becca, Gabriel, Faith, Shari and a well-connected contact. Marcy makes a decision about Stu that is influenced by the man-hating Ophelia Robbins.

Subtitles AGES-18-AND-OVER 17 February 2013 28 minutes
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6. In the Clouds

Karen asks Hank to intervene with Becca. Later, the boys board Air Force 69 with Atticus Fetch, to fly to NYC to present the songs for the Broadway adaptation of A Crazy Little Thing Called Love.

Subtitles AGES-18-AND-OVER 24 February 2013 27 minutes
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7. The Dope Show

Hank returns from his trip to find Becca in need of help. His plan for her backfires when they go to visit Atticus Fetch. Hank has an encounter that puts him in a very awkward position with Karen, and Charlie takes Stuart out for the day.

Subtitles AGES-18-AND-OVER 3 March 2013 28 minutes
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8. Everybody's a Fucking Critic

The reviews are in for the first draft of A Crazy Little Thing Called Love: The Musical. Hank looks for inspiration from Faith. Hank's constructive criticism leaves Becca contemplating alternate careers. Charlie and Stu join forces to win back Marcy.

Subtitles AGES-18-AND-OVER 10 March 2013 28 minutes
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9. Mad Dogs and Englishmen

Atticus throws a party. Faith provides the girls, The Dealer provides the recreation, and Hank's old friend provides the entertainment. Hank gets a taste of his own medicine with Karen.

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10. Blind Faith

Hank seeks comfort from Faith, only to find her with Beckett. Hank meets two very important people in Faith's life. On the home front, Becca has some big news.

Subtitles AGES-18-AND-OVER 24 March 2013 28 minutes
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11. The Abby

Hank and Faith join forces to track down Atticus. Surprisingly, Becca is the only person who can really help. Marcy's outing with Ophelia leaves her a little tied up. Charlie's response to a curious message reveals the true feelings between the two exes.

Subtitles AGES-18-AND-OVER 31 March 2013 28 minutes
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12. I'll Lay My Monsters Down

Hank makes a big decision, which affects his future with Faith. Charlie and Marcy also make a decision. Troops must be rallied to ensure Atticus makes it to The Greek Theatre for his co-headlining gig with MARILYN MANSON.

Subtitles AGES-18-AND-OVER 7 April 2013 28 minutes
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If I cleanse my mind of the last episode and think objectively, season 6 was passably pleasant. There were some good elements and characters but there were also some absolutely awful points. First, the awful:

1) the hologram at the funeral - when Californication ends, this will be a top contender for the 'jumping the shark' moment
2) Marilyn Manson's cameos - he's past his prime musically and physically; his cameos just feel like a marketing exec's plan for extra 'celeb' exposure
3) the god-awful continuing 'will-they-won't-they' of Karen and Hank - this really was the 'suspicious chocolate' icing on the cake of the last episode
4) the re-use of Lew Ashby via dream-sequence - Lew was certainly one of my favourite characters but dream sequences really don't belong in CF (except the opening of the pilot)

The good points:
1) Bates returns every so often, always welcome in my book
2) the episode about critiquing showed how Faith had true potential as a parallel with the Greek muses; I've always been unsure about whether CF is a subtly intelligent show with allusions to great literature like Gatsby (season 2) or Lolita (season 3) but said allusions are always weak at best. It was nice having the parallel of Hank critiquing Becca and then himself getting blasted, but it did feel rather alone is an otherwise aimless season
3) Rob Lowe makes another appearance, although I accept that that may be a bad point for some
4) Stephen Tobolowsky - it's a pity he's not in it more
5) Tim Minchin - again, some people hate his character and the whole wild, sex-crazed rockstar has been done several times before but I still like him

So, yeah; if you're a dyed-in-the-wool fan then go ahead and watch season 6. But if you're new to CF or just want to keep your good memories of the early seasons then just pretend Hank drowned in the pool or from the psycho-ex's pills.
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i guess its harder for a frivolous sex comedy to remain interesting for 6 seasons in the way that more gritty shows like breaking bad or the sopranos did. this is still worth watching if you are a fan but it feels like they've ran out of ideas. tim minchin's role as the sex addict washed up rock star doesn't help proceedings
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As you would expect from David after all the years of high class entertainment he has given us all over the years BRILLIANT!
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"Worst intervention everrrrrrr" Hank Moody is a legend. For those new to Californication you need to watch Seasons 1-5 before watching this instalment. For seasoned veterans there is no need to review as this is a must have addition.
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What's the point. I love Californication. But I'm starting to see a pattern. Introduce interesting characters that are fun and interesting (Love Tim Minction) also through in a strong confident female character that shows no interest in Hank Moody. Then by episode 4/5 starts sleeping with him anyway (3 seasons in a row?). And then by the end say good bye because there is no possible way you are seeing these characters ever again.

I always feel good characters deserve good character development. Sadly there is almost no development between this season and season 1. Despite this I still enjoy watching the show. It's funny and at times relatable. Even though Hank is still the same as he was in season 1. As is Karen, Charlie and Marcie. Becki got too old to be the all knowing child after season 3 and they have had trouble writing for her ever since.

Going into season 7 I can't help feel they need to take a gamble and actually comite to changing things up. Showtime have always been afraid of developing/changing characters. Which lead to the final few seasons of Dexter almost spoiling the show as a whole.

I honestly hope they have the courage to change things up because this show is heading down a all to familiar path.

P.S. Tim Minchin is fantastic in this season and is a complete scene stealer.
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Well that was mostly embarrassing. The first 5 seasons were excellent, but it's now turned into a cartoon. I still managed to watch it 'til the end, but some of the episodes were just plain awful (as one other reviewer noted, the scene with the hologram at funeral is where it jumped the shark). Yes, I'll still watch the next season, but they really need to get away from the 'crazy famous person hires Hank to write blah blah whilst the rest of the cast just do slapstick and see how many swear words and sexual deviance they can fit in an episode' formula. Previous seasons were the right mix of funny, intelligent and risqué...fingers crossed for season 7!
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Not the best series they've done...felt like they were scraping the barrel for story lines this time. Some odd extra characters too.
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Yepp still delivers for me.The lines,Hanks nonchalant approach to odd situations,the way he carries himself will never be out of date.Season 6 may not be the best season but it still kicks a**.I have all on dvd's and will continue to follow Hanks journey..
Worth every penny.
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