As the title indicates, I have been watching Californication for a bit more than two weeks. Guess what, I am always half way through Season 4. Yes, I am addicted. Well, all the TV shows are additive. It’s always too late to realize that you are already addicted to it.
I love the character of Hank Moody, play by David Duchovny. I am sad and happy at the same time for his infrequent publication/writing in the show. I notice and admit his awesome talent in writing. But as many characters in the TV show had described, Hank’s life is pretty much “fucked up.”
He always write when he has sunk to the bottom of his life. It is the most “fuck-up” moment, the only thing, that would inspire him to write.
He wrote a novel when his father passed away. It was supposed to be a turning point for his relationship with Karen. But unfortunately, Mia Cross stole the novel and kept pretending that she had written it herself until the end of Season 3 and continued in Season 4.
Hank’s letter to Becca, his daughter, impressed me the most. I especially love “Your father is a child in a man’s body, he cares for nothing and everything at the same time” and “Novel in thoughts, weak in actions.”
Indeed, it is the best description of Hank Moody.
Maybe it’s just because it is a TV drama that Hank always finds out one way or another to get out of the worst situation. Is it because it’s a a comedy?
In reality, sometimes you screw up the first time, and it may be the last time as well. It’s just the end of it. One is not responsible for being hopeful for a second chance. Live as you die tomorrow, this is what it means, I suppose. Dying with zero regrets of life is very hard.
I am on the sixth episode of Californication Season 4. I have slowed down watching this show because lately Hank and Karen fought a lot and the gap of Hank, being a father, and Becca has grown even larger. It’s sad to watch. I am eager to find out what will happen but at the same time I don’t want to watch more of the conflicts and confrontations of them all.
I guess this also reflects myself after all. I am living like a coward always. I am just too chicken to admit that I am one. It’s good enough. I am afraid of any hardships, difficulties and struggles. I wish it could pass on without my noticing it, which is impossible. This is why I am staying here and not returning home this summer. I need to know what I am doing and will do. I just want to find out, and I have plan myself and good summer. I am not a mere college student any more. I now need to start planning my career after schools.
Honestly, I don’t see myself anywhere, not even in the middle of nowhere.
I am nowhere. Just as confused as Hank is in the show. Actually, I believe Hank knows what he wants and where he stands. But he was not brave enough to face all these. Writes have careful minds and fragile hearts. Once they break into pieces, forever may be the best account for how lot it may take to return to how it was, or it will never be the same.
In one way or another, I just need to find a way out.
I screw up at the same thing for more than once. I screw up, I learn and move on.
Damn, just because I am an adult.
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PS: The TV show is written very interested. But many sex scenes are involved. My friend calls this TV show a “softcore porn.”
Well, undeniable and unfortunately, I agree. Hank sleeps with different women in every episode.
Wonder if any audience or the script writer knows the exact number of the women who slept with Hank.
It may not be as cool and awesome in reality as it seems in the TV show.