Californication Episode Guides
Exile On Main St.
As Hank is released from jail, Hollywood is abuzz with the news of his latest scandal. He has a meeting with attorney Abby Rhoads, who reluctantly agrees to represent him. Then he meets with a talent agency to discuss turning his book into a film, and he wasted no time in getting to know a young starlet interested in playing Mia.
Hank tries to repair his relationship with Becca; finds out he could face three years in prison; and has a meeting about a potential movie deal. High on drugs and liquor, Hank writes a letter to Becca and then passes out.
Home Sweet Home
Hank lets Karen think he tried to commit suicide so he can move back in with her and Becka, but his daughter knows the truth. Meanwhile, a rich producer chases Marcy, and Charlie tries to reach a benchmark in his sex life.
Marcy thinks she might be pregnant, while Karen meets a potential new boyfriend. Meanwhile, a meeting about Hank's new screenplay ends with a billionaire dead in the bathroom.
Charlie finds out his vasectomy was botched, while Hank and Abby continue to grow closer together.
Lawyers, Guns and Money
An x-rated photograph derails Hank's legal case, and Karen resuscitates Hank's relationship with Abby.
Hank is agitated by Karen's relationship with Ben, while Marcy and Stu ask Charlie for some help. Meanwhile, Abby pitches Hank's case to a senior partner at the firm.
Lights. Camera. A**hole
Hank takes a job doing rewrites for a schlocky zombie movie, but has to leave the set when Zoe tells him that Becca is ditching school. Marcy wrestles with whether or not to terminate her pregnancy, and Charlie finds himself in a compromising situation with a real estate agent.
Another Perfect Day
Hank gets evicted from his home, and moves in with Karen and Becca. Becca and Pearl "borrow" the Porche.
Hank's nervousness turns to panic when his trial turns into a full-blown character assassination. Even friendly witnesses Charlie and Karen find themselves unable to portray him as anything but an oversexed drunk.
The Last Supper
Hank is found guilty and considers fleeing Los Angeles. He buys a new car after collecting a paycheck for his script, and reminisces about the good old days at a party at Karen's before reconnecting with Trixie.
And Justice For All
Hank stops by the set of his movie while he waits for his sentence to be handed down. Everyone gets together at Stu's place for dinner, where Hank almost drowns in the pool, but is rescued by Karen's boyfriend. Sentenced to three years of probation, Hank drives off for points unknown.
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