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David Duchovny returns to series television in this adult sitcom as Hank Moody, an alcoholic, womanizing novelist struggling to help raise his precocious daughter, Becca, while still yearning for his sophisticated ex, Karen. Also featured in the show are Hank's agent, Charlie, and his one-time wife, Marcy.

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Karen massages the situation - even though Hank is still not on board with Becca's plans. At Malibar, Hank and Levon reconnect with Hank's old student, Tara. Later, Hank manages to reassure Julia over a special dinner, urge Charlie to save Marcy, plus, make his own life-altering decision. Series finale.
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The ratings for "Santa Monica Cop" are in; Marcy decides to accept Stu's offer; Becca has a big announcement; Levon spoils Karen's plans.
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Julia interrupts a romantic evening between Karen and Hank; Rath shows up with Eddie Nero; Stu's assault creates chaos.
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Hank remembers rough times with Karen and young Becca's confusion; Hank is able to put things into perspective after a run-in with a nun.
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Hank has problems with Hashtag Black on "Santa Monica Cop"; Julia is a distraction; Levon has an opportunity; Stu's offer causes strife.
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Hank's script needs to be rewritten; Julia's new boss offers career advice; Charlie and Marcy consider Stu's offer, but a butler offers an alternative solution.
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Hank has a notes session with the female lead from "Santa Monica Cop"; Hashtag Black ogles Julia; Charlie tries to manage his client; Levon breaks Rath's cardinal rule.
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Hank and Levon have a night out with Karen and Marcy; the gang is forced to hang out with Nikki's creepy friend; Charlie may be in over his head with a new client.
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Julia gets a job on Hank's show; Levon wants some alone time with Melanie; Charlie and Marcy have money issues.
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Hank receives his first episode assignment and tries to help his newly discovered son; Karen prepares to throw in the towel.
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Hank is aggravated by his new co-workers; when Hank visits Levon's apartment, he is gets quite the surprise.
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After touring with Atticus, Hank is ready to return to Karen; Charlie has performance anxiety; a young report wants to interview Hank for his college paper.
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Hank comes to a big decision about his future. Charlie and Marcy also make a decision. The troops are called to make sure Atticus makes it to the Greek Theatre for his co-headlining gig with Marilyn Manson (Himself).
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Hank and Faith work together to track down Atticus. Ophelia is a little tied up after her outing with Marcy. Karen comes to a sudden realization about Becca.
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Hank wants comfort from Faith but finds her with someone else. Hank will meet two very important people in Faith's life.
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Hank gets a taste of his own medicine; Atticus tries to recreate rock and roll folklore.
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Becca ponders career choices while Charlie and Stu try to win back Marcy.
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Hank returns from his trip to find Becca spiraling, but his plan to help her backfires when they go to visit Atticus.
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Karen asks Hank to intervene with Becca; the boys board Air Force 69 with Atticus Fetch.
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Atticus sends Hank and Charlie on a hunt; Marcy makes a decision about Stu.
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Hank and Charlie meet with Robbie Mac; Becca does a reading of her latest work.

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