Californication (2007–2014)
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The day finally comes, can Marcy and Charlie go through with Stu's offer? Hank confronts his feelings about Becca's wedding and makes the difficult choice between spending his future with Julia or Karen.


Adam Bernstein


Tom Kapinos (created by), Tom Kapinos


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Episode cast overview:
David Duchovny ... Hank Moody
Natascha McElhone ... Karen
Pamela Adlon ... Marcy
Evan Handler ... Charlie Runkle
Michael Imperioli ... Rick Rath
Oliver Cooper ... Levon
Stephen Tobolowsky ... Stu Beggs
Kelen Coleman ... Hope
Steve Jones ... Krull
Heather Graham ... Julia
Emma Fassler ... Tara
Ana Rey ... Irma
Sharon Angela ... Cranky Woman
Dana DeLorenzo ... Attractive Single Woman
Diana Terranova ... Love


Hank tries to make everything good with every connection around him. He tries to get Levon a girlfriend, gives Julia a better man, repair his relationship with Karen, and all at the same time being okay with Becca's newly announced marriage. Written by James Hake

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Release Date:

29 June 2014 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Marcy: [doesn't want to go through with the "Indecent Proposal"] I just feel so weird about this.
Stu Beggs: Of course it's weird.
[trying his best to encourage]
Stu Beggs: It's like riding a bicycle. I mean, once Big Daddy enters the rain forest, all will be right with the world.
Marcy: [jumping up, heading out] You know what? I have to check and see if the money transferred.
Stu Beggs: [indignant] You don't trust me!
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Crazy Credits

For season 7 episode 11 and 12 Madeleine Martin was added back into the opening credits, in the same slot as the previous seasons. In episode 11 her name was credited, with the video clips of her. However, in episode 11 her name wasn't shown and only the clips were. See more »


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Written by Dave Grohl
Performed by Foo Fighters
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Unfair Ending. After Seven Seasons the Show Deserved Better
24 December 2014 | by jayraskin1See all my reviews

After the 12 episodes for season 7 had been filmed, Showtime canceled the series. Therefore, the cast and crew did not know that this was going to be the last episode. Thus, there are numerous subplots that are left hanging.If Showtime had any class, they would have asked for a one hour or 90 minute final episode to allow the filmmakers to finish the stories.

Unlike most people who disliked the seventh season, I thought it was quite good. It was much lighter than any season since the first one. There wasn't any outrageous sex scenes far less emphasis on drugs, and there were a lot of new and interesting characters and relationships started.

Among my dislikes of the final season were the Levon character (why make him so stupid and Rebecca so bright?) and Stew's million dollar indecent proposal. Marcy was sometimes sweet, but I couldn't imagine anybody paying a million dollars to sleep with her, especially after they had been married for a couple of years. Heather Graham was a mixed bag. I love her and she did fine work, but almost all the other actresses before her did full nudity and swore like porn stars. She felt out of place in the series. The one thing that I thought really worked was Santa Monica Cop show. It was very satirical and very "30 Rock" style funny.

The last episode has Hank refusing to have sex twice, which probably indicates that he has at last grown up. He also writes a beautiful poem to Karen saying he'll never give up on their relationship. This re-emphasizes what he had been pretty much been saying for seven seasons.

Other than this, it seemed pretty much like an average episode, just a little bit lighter than most.

I am very sad that I won't be seeing any more of Hank Moody,Karen and Becka. Charlie, Marcy and Stu while funny in small doses, had long ago turned annoying so I won't really miss them. I'm also sorry that I won't be seeing Rick Rath, Eddie Nero, and Sue Collini again. Most of all I'll miss Mia, and the 30 other beautiful and dreamy-sexy women that Hank had affairs with during the course of the series. I would love to meet any of them and Jackie. I would even make an indecent million dollar proposal to, if I had a million dollars.

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