This week we saw how Hollywood has been home to " Perverts & Whores " for many a year, as Hank's meeting with a prospective new agent took a turn for the weird.
While Hank was taking meetings Charlie was taking a beating, both professionally and em more
" At the Movies " opened like so many other episodes of Californication, with Hank and Charlie starting their morning together. As the episode unfolded, however, we saw that such good mornings may be no more as the bromance was dealt a knock out blo more
After a week off, like the episode title promised, Hank and crew brought it " Raw ". In the infamous words of the Wu Tang Clan's U-God, it was an episode complete with "no trivia, like cocaine straight from Bolivia."
Well at least the s more
Even when Hank tried to do a selfless act and help out the man who stands between him and his one true love he wound up in trouble. This week's episode " Here I Go Again " showed that Karen really does know Hank better than anyone as he proved right her a more
After Karen told Richard it was not okay to b4ing in the clowns Hank was summoned away to help write a " Love Song " with Kali. Kali tells him she wants the song to be "More Than Words." While she informs him of the story of how she left New York to come more
As preparation for his movie that is most definitely not "Beverly Hills Cop," Samurai Apocalypse was invited on a ride-along with the local police on " Californication " (Sun., 10:30 p.m. EST on Showtime). He cajoled Hank, as his writer, to join him on th more
After last week's dinner party fiasco, whatever respect Hank managed to keep in the eyes of his family went right out the window by the conclusion of " The Ride-Along ."
It remains to be seen what the repercussions of Hank's joy ride with Samurai more
" Waiting for the Miracle " opened with yet another clothes-less colloquy between Hank and Charlie. These scenes have become some of may favorites.
Despite being somewhat tough to stomach, such as when Charlie emerged naked from his hot tub grime machi more