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Californication - Season 1

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    How People really are

    Many people live lives just as these folks do. Not everyone is cut out like a cookies cutter. We are not black and white. We are grey. Casual or social drug use is normal
    in America.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A "must see" if you don't subscribe to Showtime

    Fantastic scripts, creative plotlines within episodes and acrosss the entire Season 1. And the acting is superb--especially Natascha McElhone, Madeline Martin and Madeline Zima. And, as always, Evan Handler knows how to create unique characters--he's terrific! And Duchovey ain't bad either, although apparently in this Showtime series, his "art" may well have been imitating what was going on in his own life! Or, perhaps, he began to blur the line between acting a role and living his own life??!! Regardless, this is good stuff! I can't wait until Season 2 comes out!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Love with a Fist

    With a well placed cast and smart script this show catches from the first episode to the finale. Hank Moody sucks at dealing with women, but he just so happens to be handsome, intelligent, and a famous writer. His relationships with his former girlfriend, his daughter, and the daughter of his romantic rival are all explored as Hank attempts to find out who he is and what he is missing...the love of his life. Along the way he gets coked up, vomits on his rival's art, and sleeps with so many women its shocking. In the end though its fun and actually endearing.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Great Show With Great Performances

    First, i can't say how excited i was to see David Duchovny back on television when i saw the preview for this. Duchovny's acting skills were really put to the test on this one, where he plays a character much different than his conspiricy loving Mulder, and to much sucess. he nabbed a golden globe for best actor, and you can really can see why. The show is full of great humor and many memorable scenes. highly recomend if your looking for a great adult comedy. Season 2 starts soon.

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