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Californication - Season 1

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This 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.
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New York Magazine/Vulture
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August 13, 2007

He [Duchovny] delivers a tousled sort of aw-shucks Huck Finn, lighting out for erotic territories. McElhone, manages to convey the notion of adult womanhood without being either drippy or schoolmarmish about it.
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San Jose Mercury News
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August 13, 2007

A caustic, sharp-edged mix of humor and drama that tiptoes along the edge of disaster but never drops into the looming abyss.
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PopMatters
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August 21, 2008

Californication is an imperfect show and much like its protagonist it has the potential to be better than it is.
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Guardian
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October 11, 2007

Fun, in a not-too-taxing, body-beautiful, image-conscious kind of way.
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Common Sense Media
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August 13, 2007

Duchovny turns in a fabulously wry, cynical performance as Hank, a Los Angeles-based writer with a particularly active sex life, in this adults-only pay-cable series that packs brilliant humor, wild sex, and poignant moments into each half-hour episode
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Uncle Barky
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August 12, 2007

Duchovny has some nerve taking shots at TomKat. Were anyone else starring in Californication, the reference to a "crappy romantic comedy" might well have Duchovny's name on the receiving end. He's definitely got that one coming.
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Newark Star-Ledger
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August 13, 2007

It acts like it wants to tell the story of Hank's comeuppance, his growth from obnoxious man-child to real man, but it can't bear the thought of the audience not liking Hank (and, by extension, Duchovny) right out of the gate.
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TV Guide
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August 13, 2007

It's caustically compelling and David Duchovny is as rakishly appealing as any cad can be.
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Slate
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August 13, 2007

Sometimes sweet and wry, sometimes crass and vicious, and, though often subtle, it embraces that embarrassing title and flings itself boisterously into a hacky premise.
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Boston Globe
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August 13, 2007

Never mind the cliches, because Duchovny makes his character worth watching, as he swaggers from bad predicament to bad predicament, pretending not to care about his life anymore.
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