This week on Californication Charlie goes against Hank's wishes not to represent Tyler. As you'll read in our review, going with his gut not only costs him his best client but also his best friend.
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Californication Review: Raw I'm Gonna Give It To You
This week on Californication, Becca implores Hank to read Tyler's script. Read our review to find out what shocked Hank more, the quality or the subject of the young writer's work.
Californication Review: Born To Walk Alone
This week on Californication, Hank tries to do the right thing by Richard, but it ends up blowing up in his face. Read our review to see how guest star Drea de Matteo was a real stiletto in Hank's side.
Californication Review: More Than Words
This week on Californication, Hank is summoned by Samurai before he has a chance to apologize to Karen and Becca. Read our review though to see why it's Karen who comes knocking on Hank's door in the end.
Californication Review: Dude Looks Like a Lady
This week on Californication, Hank and Samurai take to the streets of Los Angeles in a "borrowed" cop car. Read our review to see how Hank goes from good cop to bad cop after answering a distress call from Becca.
Californication Review: Cruel to Be Kind
This week on Californication, Charlie goes on a blind date while Hank is blindsided by a surprise visitor from New York. Read about their unforgettable dinner party in our review.
Californication Review: Welcome to Hollywood, What's Your Dream?
This week on Californication Hank got his wish as Tyler came clean to Becca. Read our review to see if the truth Hank wanted was worth the heartache it caused his daughter.
Californication Review: Man Pound
This week on Californication, Hank tries to turn down Samurai's offer, but doing so proves harder than he expects. Read why Hank's hand may be forced in our review.
Californication Review: Goin' Back To Cali
Hank heads back out to Cali after several years living in New York City. Will the West prove to be the best for Moody? Read on to see how he fared in the season five premiere of Californication.
Californication Review: "And Justice for All"
Hank receives probation, but is sentenced to time without family as Karen and Becca leave on a trip with Ben. Marci reveals to Charlie that she is in fact carrying his child and a dinner at Stu's house turns chaotic. Read about the crazy conclusion in our review of "And Justice For All."
Californication Review: "The Last Supper"
The verdict is in and Hank is found guilty, but before his sentencing he spends one last night with those closest to him. Take this review, all of you, and read it... to find out what transpired at Hank's Last Supper this week on Californication.