Episode 1: Slip of the TongueEpisode 2: The Great AshbyEpisode 3: No Way to Treat a LadyEpisode 4: The Raw & the CookedEpisode 5: VaginatownEpisode 6: Coke Dick & the First KickEpisode 7: In a Lonely PlaceEpisode 8: Going Down and Out in Beverly HillsEpisode 9: La RondeEpisode 10: In UteroEpisode 11: Blues from Laurel CanyonEpisode 12: La Petite MortLoading...
Californication - Season 2This dramedy chronicles the carnal escapades of Hank Moody, a self-loathing, alcoholic New York City novelist who attempts to repair his damaged relationships with his daughter and her mother while combating sex addiction, a budding drug problem, and the seeming inability to avoid making bad decisions.Keywords:
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Creators of "Californication - Season 2"Tom Kapinos
Critic Reviews of "Californication - Season 2"Boston GlobeSeptember 28, 2008
I think Duchovny is still underappreciated for knocking this role out of the park. Hank Moody is convincingly gonzo, a brainy man desperate to let real feelings penetrate his numb exterior.IGN MoviesDecember 22, 2008
A series of build-ups and let downs that were overcompensated for by angry sex and malicious, maddening characters.CinemaBlend.comAugust 25, 2009
By season two's end, Hank does come back around, getting through the turmoil of his life with that disarming smile intact. But at what cost to the viewer, who may no longer be willing to fall for his charms?HollywoodChicago.comSeptember 03, 2009
There's reason to take a look at Californication and most of it its there in David Duchovny's excellent lead performance. Fox Mulder has great comic timing.TV GuideSeptember 28, 2008
Worth the price of admission? Absolutely.GuardianJune 22, 2009
Forty-five minutes of sex usually doesn't make me this happy.Salon.comSeptember 28, 2008
Even David Duchovny and his real-life sex addiction can't save the go-nowhere story of sad sack Hank Moody.San Francisco ChronicleSeptember 28, 2008
Californication in Season 2 seems like its indulging a certain person's condition rather than illuminating the human condition, if you know what I mean - and I think you do.New York TimesSeptember 28, 2008
The cast is too appealing to make "Californication" as genuinely distasteful as it tries to be. And at the same time the writing is too broad to make it genuinely good.
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