'Californication' Season 4, Episode 12 (Season Finale) Recap

The title of the season finale of 'Californication' suggested a sort of closure that it could never possibly deliver. There would be justice, for sure, but for "all?" Certainly Hank would feel the cold hand of justice probing him in unwanted zones, but would Becca have a real father? Would Charlie learn that he has a child in the making and end up back with Marcy? Would Karen have something -- anything -- to rely on? Would Mia die in a tragic sex-related explosion? That would be pure justice.

The notion of "justice for all" may be misleading and idealistic, conjured up to give people a false sense of hope and to keep them believing in a truth or purity that doesn't exist. Is there justice for us all? It's difficult to imagine, and I don't think Hank Moody will bring us any closer to knowing. Read More...



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Mar 7, 2016 1:27PM EST

You did a good review. It's a great show I love it, I've watched its seasons as fast as possible.

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