"I'm a writer. I think, I type, I drink. Lather, rinse, repeat; not always in that order. As far as I'm concerned, art's just another guy from Brooklyn."
Lawyers. Guns. Money. Good times!
To succinctly describe the first half of season four of Californication, I'd call it recommended viewing, with five out of the six episodes being great television. It's funny, it's sexy, it's well-written, the pacing is very good and the casting is phenomenal. "Lawyers, Guns and Money" lives up to all of that. Let's take a look at it.
Abby, Hank's lawyer, tells him that things are looking up. A $1,000 fine, 18 months of probation and a yet-to-be-determined community service gig are all he's facing. However, the scandalous photo with him in a Mia/Sasha sandwich surfaces, and Abby walks away from Hank. Goodbye, lawyer. Hello, trouble. Read More...