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Seasons: 7
Episodes: 84
User ratings: 162,808
Average rating: 8.3

Comedy, Drama

A writer tries to juggle his career, his relationship with his daughter and his ex-girlfriend, as well as his appetite for beautiful women.

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Meet Hank Moody, a depressed writer with a writer's block who has a daughter, an ex he wants back and lots of casual sex.
User ratings: 1,930
Average rating: 8.4
Hell-A Woman
Hank accepts a blogger position and attends a dinner party as he continues to try to salvage his life.
User ratings: 1,416
Average rating: 8.3
The Whore of Babylon
Hank fights with Todd Carr, director of the film based on his book, and ends up in jail. Bill bails him out.
User ratings: 1,209
Average rating: 8.1
Fear and Loathing at the Fundraiser
Meredith talks Hank into going to a fund-raiser. Karen and Bill are there as well. And so is the married guy Meredith has an affair with.
User ratings: 1,138
Average rating: 8.1
Bill asks Hank to replace him as a guest speaker at Mia's creative writing class. Becca has a crush on her guitar teacher.
User ratings: 1,139
Average rating: 8.0
Absinthe Makes the Heart Grow Fonder
Hank has a one-night stand with a sexy surfer girl who steals his records and guitar.
User ratings: 1,075
Average rating: 8.0
Girls, Interrupted
While Charlie and his wife Marcy are considering a ménage à trois, Hank tries to win Karen over by arranging a dream job for her.
User ratings: 1,034
Average rating: 8.0
California Son
Hank's father dies. Despite the memories of his father floating to the surface, he doesn't want to go to the funeral. Meanwhile, he goes to bed with a hooker named Trixie, despite the fact he doesn't have enough money to pay her.
User ratings: 1,208
Average rating: 8.3
Filthy Lucre
Things seem to be looking up for Hank. He has finally written something and he receives a fat bonus check.
User ratings: 1,012
Average rating: 8.2
The Devil's Threesome
Charlie desperately wants to get laid and enlists the help of a very reluctant Hank. Meanwhile Karen and Marcy get drunk together.
User ratings: 1,124
Average rating: 8.6
Turn the Page
Mia continues to pass off Hank's book as her own. Becca announces a move, while Karen and Bill are preparing their wedding.
User ratings: 984
Average rating: 8.2
The Last Waltz
Karen and Bill's wedding.
User ratings: 1,192
Average rating: 8.8
Slip of the Tongue
Hank and Karen are planning to move back to New York and Hank undergoes a vasectomy.
User ratings: 1,103
Average rating: 8.3
The Great Ashby
After Hank is arrested by the police and sent to prison, he meets record producer Lew Ashby, who asks Hank to write his biography, in the meantime, Charlie is fired after videos of him masturbating in the office are shown to his boss.
User ratings: 926
Average rating: 8.1
No Way to Treat a Lady
Hank starts as Lew Ashby's biographer, Becca starts at Mia's all-girl school and Charlie starts (well, tries to start actually) as porn actress Daisy's agent.
User ratings: 872
Average rating: 7.7
The Raw & the Cooked
Right before they throw a big dinner party for all their friends, Hank proposes to Karen.
User ratings: 949
Average rating: 8.5
Hank now lives with Lew Ashby, who arranges a surprise for him when Hank tells him he likes TV cook Chloe Metz. Charlie helps Daisy get a part in a porn film.
User ratings: 882
Average rating: 8.1
Coke Dick & First Kick
Hank tries to talk to Lew's long lost love. Later on, he runs into Julian, who's having sex with someone who's definitely not Sonja.
User ratings: 886
Average rating: 8.3
In a Lonely Place
Hank and Karen go to a parent evening and Hank ends up sleeping with the teacher. Charlie and Marcy take a desperate Daisy into their home.
User ratings: 843
Average rating: 8.2
Going Down and Out in Beverly Hills
Marcy goes to her mother for a detox, Hank goes to Lew's former love to find out more about their relationship and Karen goes to Lew because he's dating Mia.
User ratings: 832
Average rating: 8.1
La Ronde
Hank goes on a date with Janie Jones, Lew's long lost love. Lew invites Karen on a date.
User ratings: 821
Average rating: 8.0
In Utero
Hank awaits test results and reflects on his early days with Karen.
User ratings: 957
Average rating: 8.2
Blues from Laurel Canyon
Mia's - that is, originally Hank's - book gets rave reviews, ironically better than any of the books published in Hank's name. Lew is having a party to which pretty much everyone is invited. Marcy has just come back from rehab and Charlie is planning to give her some time before announcing that he wants a divorce in order to be with Daisy. Annika, a Rolling Stone book critic has a scandalous theory about the true story behind Mia's book... And there's still more problems arising.
User ratings: 910
Average rating: 8.6
La Petite Mort
The "joyous arrival" happens at a new age birthing center.
User ratings: 955
Average rating: 8.7
Wish You Were Here
Following Karen's move to New York, Hank Moody does his best to raise his daughter Becca by himself. But being a single dad isn't easy, especially with Becca starting to question his authority more than ever. To make matters worse, Becca's new best friend Chelsea has a fondness for sex, drugs, and trouble. After a run-in with Chelsea's straight-laced mother Felicia, a teacher at the local university, Hank reluctantly accepts a dinner invitation. Hank does his best to tolerate the various academics at the party, but things get out of hand when Hank insists on having drinks with a professor. Meanwhile, Charlie moves back in with his soon-to-be-ex-wife Marcy as soon as they sort out the details of their divorce.
User ratings: 930
Average rating: 8.2
The Land of Rape and Honey
Hank makes a poor start to teaching when one of his crushing students attempts suicide after Hank criticizes his writing, and also learns an unwelcome fact about another one.
User ratings: 843
Average rating: 7.9
Verities & Balderdash
Hank and Becca attend the annual English Department Fall Mixer hosted by Dean Koons and wife Felicia. After flirtatious exchanges with student Jackie and Felicia, Hank finds himself consoling his jilted teacher's aide Jill, the best way he knows how. Meanwhile, Becca and Chelsea sneak away to discuss life, love, and psychedelic mushrooms. Charlie tries to coax Marcy into celebrating the first signing at the new agency, teen idol Rick Springfield.
User ratings: 800
Average rating: 8.1
Becca drags Hank to a trendy shopping boutique to pick out some more grown-up attire. But Hank isn't so sure he likes the "new" Becca's makeover. At work, Hank juggles sexual encounters with teacher's aide Jill and boss Felicia. And finally, in an attempt to figure out why talented writer Jackie is missing class, Hank drags Charlie to the strip club where she works. Unfortunately, temptation gets the better of Hank.
User ratings: 833
Average rating: 8.3
Slow Happy Boys
Becca flies to N.Y. to her mom while Hank's old best friend 'Zloz' comes to L.A. for the first time. His mission: to indulge in all kinds of depravity. Hank takes him to Sue's party, but that is just the beginning.
User ratings: 767
Average rating: 7.7
Glass Houses
Karen is quickly onto what (or whom) Hank's been doing, but the actual problem is Becca, who isn't happy to hear that she is to move to N.Y. to live with her mother. A client of Charlie's turns out to be Marcy's fantasy. Runkle's Luck.
User ratings: 739
Average rating: 8.0
So Here's the Thing...
Hank has decided that he needs to get rid of the extraneous women in his life, and he intends to achieve it in one day. Unfortunately, the women might want to keep him. Meanwhile, Sue needs Charlie's help with her first client.
User ratings: 759
Average rating: 7.8
The Apartment
Jackie and two of her friends arrive to party. The next day, one of the girls is unconscious, and then Runkle & Rick Springfield arrive. They all have to hide when Jill suddenly arrives. And the knocks on the door just don't stop.
User ratings: 1,650
Average rating: 9.4
Mr. Bad Example
There's a call from the principal of the girls' school to Hank... and Stacy. Felicia has a revelation for Karen. Marcy is completely smitten by Rick and on top of that, Charlie has to provide him cocaine.
User ratings: 715
Average rating: 7.8
Karen, Becca and Marcy have a girls' night out. Since Charlie just got fired by Sue, Hank decides to have a boys' night out. The girls' night - uneventful. The boys' night - not so much. Then there's the morning after.
User ratings: 766
Average rating: 8.0
Comings and Goings
Felicia invites Hank and Karen for a lunch. When they arrive, they find Jill and Jackie there too - awkward. But it's the surprise guest who causes Hank to wail, "The worst day of my life!" And the worst is still to come.
User ratings: 727
Average rating: 7.8
Mia Culpa
As the Moody's prepare for their happy ever after in New York, Mia shows up with her boyfriend/manager, and their business/publicity plans put Hank's relationships in danger. Meanwhile, Becca has a heart to heart with Hank about a coming of age experience while Charlie gets a job offer, but may have to face life without Marcy.
User ratings: 1,357
Average rating: 9.2
Exile on Main St.
Hank is bailed out of jail to find that his literary sex scandal has made him the toast of Hollywood and the target of a lawsuit - as well as estranged him from Karen and Becca.
User ratings: 835
Average rating: 8.5
Suicide Solution
Hank polishes off a day of flaky neediness with a creative meeting about his potential new movie that ends with him hiding in a starlet's bathroom and accidentally overdosing on booze and sleeping pills.
User ratings: 740
Average rating: 8.2
Home Sweet Home
Hank takes advantage of the misperception and moves home with Karen and Becca.
User ratings: 667
Average rating: 7.8
Monkey Business
After a meeting to discuss Hank's movie script, a billionaire ends up dead in a bathroom.
User ratings: 796
Average rating: 8.6
A compromising photograph threatens to derail Hank's court case.
User ratings: 637
Average rating: 8.0
Lawyers, Guns and Money
A sensational photo derails Hank's case and threatens to destroy his movie project until his sincere love for Becca rescues his career, while Karen resuscitates her ex-husband's relationship with his beautiful lawyer.
User ratings: 643
Average rating: 8.0
The Recused
Forced by her relationship with Hank to recuse herself as his lawyer, Abby pitches the case to a senior partner on the golf course; Hank is dismayed by Karen's growing relationship with artist Ben; Marcy and Stu ask Charlie to help them pitch a TV project.
User ratings: 629
Average rating: 7.7
Lights, Camera, Asshole
Hank takes a gig rewriting dialogue on a zombie sequel but threatens his job when he hooks up with a sexy woman with close ties to the film's female lead; Marcy tells Stu she's pregnant but not that the baby may be Charlie's.
User ratings: 689
Average rating: 8.1
Another Perfect Day
Evicted from his apartment, Hank moves back in with Karen and Becca while he prepares for his trial and teaches his daughter to drive; while Karen's out on a date with Ben, Becca and Pearl steal the Porsche and wreck it.
User ratings: 625
Average rating: 7.9
The Trial
A nervous Hank discovers that he's got good reason to panic when his trial turns into an all-out character assassination, with even friendly witnesses Charlie and Karen unable to portray him as anything other than a drunken, oversexed lout.
User ratings: 672
Average rating: 8.1
The Last Supper
Found guilty of statutory rape, Hank buys a used Porsche and considers fleeing from Los Angeles, but instead enjoys one last night in the company of his friends and family.
User ratings: 661
Average rating: 7.9
...And Justice for All
In the Season 4 finale, as Hank awaits sentencing, the lines between his real life and the movie based on his life blur as the film's star hits on his ex-wife and he feels stirrings of passion for the actress hired to play Karen.
User ratings: 938
Average rating: 8.8
Season five picks up a few years after we last saw Hank Moody. He's living in New York and has moved on. After the unceremonious dumping of his latest girlfriend, Carrie, Hank's looking for a ticket out of town. Charlie calls with just such a ticket - a job on the Left Coast. Back in LA, Hank and Charlie drop in on the now-married Marcy and Stu Beggs. Stu rushes Hank off to a meeting with megarich hip-hop mogul Samurai Apocalypse.
User ratings: 938
Average rating: 7.8
The Way of the Fist
Eager to return to the East Coast, Hank tries to pass on writing the screenplay for Samurai Apocalypse's latest feature, Santa Monica Cop. Sam won't take no for an answer.
User ratings: 801
Average rating: 7.8
Boys & Girls
Hank delivers a completed draft of Santa Monica Cop to Samurai Apocalypse, but his attempts to leave town are once again thwarted when he's asked to show Kali a night on the town.
User ratings: 702
Average rating: 7.6
Waiting for the Miracle
Hank receives an unwelcomed surprise in the form of Carrie, ex-girlfriend. When Karen and Becca show up to invite Hank to a dinner party, he has no choice but to bring Carrie along. While Stu, Marcy and Bates' sex talk leaves the Van der Moody's searching for the nearest exit, the party gets out of control when Carrie makes a realization about Hank.
User ratings: 747
Average rating: 7.8
The Ride-Along
Charlie's boyhood dream is realized and Hank's worst nightmare comes true when Samurai Apocalypse invites the boys on a ride-along with the Santa Monica Police Department. While at a crowded Venice restaurant, Richard Bates hits the bottle, prompting a return engagement of the "Glorious Mangina."
User ratings: 787
Average rating: 7.9
Love Song
When Samurai Apocalypse hits a lyrical roadblock with his protégé, he calls on the best scribe he knows, one Hank Moody. Hank and Kali come together to imbibe, bare their souls, and write a song that takes Hank back in time.
User ratings: 755
Average rating: 7.6
Here I Go Again
It appears to be just like old times with Karen and Hank, but the moment is ruined by the arrival of a drunk Richard Bates. Hoping to save her from the misery of the situation, Hank quickly kicks Karen out of the house and takes off with Bates to piece together the events of the night before.
User ratings: 713
Average rating: 7.8
Hank finds himself stuck with the unpleasant task of reading Tyler's screenplay. Unfortunately for Hank, Tyler's hiding some talent under that head of hair. Even more unfortunate is the fact that the screenplay references Becca. Charlie and Lizzie's quadrilateral with Stu and Marcy heats up, but when MarStu's bedroom games hit too close to home for Charlie, it may be off to therapy for the four of them.
User ratings: 678
Average rating: 7.9
At the Movies
It's day one of production on Hank Moody's latest movie, Santa Monica Cop and Stu Beggs has brought back his Fu**ing & Punching director in hopes of creating another cinematic masterpiece.
User ratings: 659
Average rating: 7.7
Perverts & Whores
Hank, down an agent and best friend, finds reason to crash with his two favorite ladies -- Karen and Becca. There's still money to be made, so it's time for him to find new representation with Hollywood power agent Larry Levine. Lizzie's big break has arrived - a role in Santa Monica Cop, via a special favor from Stu Beggs. Charlie, distraught over his personal losses, seeks comfort from Marcy.
User ratings: 660
Average rating: 7.7
The Party
Hank has finally overstayed his welcome at the house of Karen and Richard Bates, so it's time to hit the road. But not before one last stop at Malibar, where he runs into Lizzie, who uses her newly acquired acting chops to lure him back to the Runkle Manor. Once there, Hank is surprised by everyone he loves and loathes - Karen, Becca, Charlie, Marcy, Stu, Bates and his creepy sponsor, Gabriel. Even Samurai Apocalypse and Kali show up. It's not a party until someone gets hurt. Luckily for these party-goers, Hank has it in him for one final run-in with Tyler.
User ratings: 704
Average rating: 8.2
Hell Ain't a Bad Place to Be
Hank hits the local watering-hole, only something's amiss. Not only does Mr. Moody find himself surrounded by shadowy figures, but the bartender is an old, departed friend. Is Hank dreaming or has he finally made it to hell? Next it's onto the set of Santa Monica Cop where Sam's jealousy - and fondness for firearms - gives Charlie an opportunity to show just how much he loves his best friend and number one client. Later, Hank's ex-girlfriend surprises him with a way for them to be together forever.
User ratings: 937
Average rating: 8.3
The Unforgiven
Hank Moody narrowly survives the aftermath of his scorned ex-lover Carrie. Charlie takes Hank to see Atticus Fetch, a rocker who is interested in turning "A Crazy Little Thing Called Love" into a Broadway show.
User ratings: 917
Average rating: 7.6
Hank reluctantly heeds the advice from his family and friends, but Faith, muse to many-a-rock-star, may be his light at the end of the tunnel. Marcy loses her resolve with Stu, while Karen lands a new job.
User ratings: 722
Average rating: 7.6
Dead Rock Stars
Hank and Faith attend a funeral. Later, Karen finds Hank in a compromising position. Robbie Mac and Ken take Charlie out on the town, which doesn't sit well with Marcy.
User ratings: 736
Average rating: 7.6
Hell Bent for Leather
Hank and Charlie's meeting with Robbie Mac isn't as promising as they hoped. Marcy, Ophelia and Karen swap tales over dinner, while Becca proves she's her father's daughter at a reading of her work.
User ratings: 678
Average rating: 7.6
Rock and a Hard Place
Ken discovers Charlie's secret. Atticus sends Hank and Charlie on a hunt, so they enlist the help of Hank's rehab partner Faith. Marcy makes a decision about Stu that is influenced by her man-hating spiritual guide, Ophelia Robbins.
User ratings: 631
Average rating: 7.4
In the Clouds
Karen asks Hank to intervene with Becca. Charlie faces a serious case of aerophobia. Atticus is surprised by Faith, while his wife surprises Hank.
User ratings: 709
Average rating: 7.7
The Dope Show
Hank returns from his trip to find Becca spiraling, but his plan to help her backfires when they go to visit Atticus and meet his current house guest.
User ratings: 643
Average rating: 7.7
Everybody's a Fucking Critic
Becca contemplates career choices. Charlie and Stu try to win back Marcy.
User ratings: 624
Average rating: 7.4
Mad Dogs and Englishmen
Atticus throws a party. Faith provides the girls, The Dealer provides the recreation, and Hank's old friend provides the entertainment. Hank gets a taste of his own medicine with Karen. Atticus tries to recreate rock'n roll folk lore with one of his biggest fans, while Charlie reunites with The Widow.
User ratings: 649
Average rating: 7.7
Blind Faith
Faith and Hank visit with her parents in small town USA and Hank gets to learn about Faiths staunch Christian upbringing.
User ratings: 657
Average rating: 7.6
The Abby
Hank and Faith join forces to track down Atticus. Surprisingly, Becca is the only person who can really help. Marcy's outing with Ophelia leaves her a little tied up. Charlie's response to a curious message reveals the true feelings between the two exes. Karen makes a revelation about Becca.
User ratings: 632
Average rating: 7.6
I'll Lay My Monsters Down
Continue pleading with Karen to take him back, or go off into the sunset with Faith? Hank faces the crossroad of his life as Atticus's tour bus could whisk him off to a new life.
User ratings: 825
Average rating: 8.1
Hank wants to impress Karen by getting a job, while Charlie faces problems of his own.
User ratings: 823
Average rating: 7.7
Hank is surprised during a visit to Levon's apartment.
User ratings: 658
Average rating: 7.5
Like Father Like Son
Hank has to make things good with Karen, while helping his newly learned about son to further his acting career by getting him a job as a PA assistant, with unforeseen complications.
User ratings: 644
Average rating: 7.7
Julia gets an acting gig on the show Hank is working on, on the other hand Levon wants to have sex with Melanie, and Charlie wants to be Goldies new manager.
User ratings: 565
Average rating: 7.1
Getting the Poison Out
Rick has a date with Julia, Hank tries to get Levon laid with many complications, and Charlie has trouble with his new client.
User ratings: 587
Average rating: 7.6
Rick throws a party, while at the party, Stu makes Charlie an offer, Julia finds out about what Hank did, and problems arise between Charlie and Goldie.
User ratings: 577
Average rating: 7.5
Julia thinks her looks play a role in why she can get a job so easily, which is later proven when Hank visits her at her job. Charlie and Marcy deal with their money issue.
User ratings: 554
Average rating: 7.2
30 Minutes or Less
The crew finally starts filming, while issues start to arise.
User ratings: 578
Average rating: 7.5
Faith, Hope, Love
After receiving news that Karen has been in a car accident, Hank, Marcy and Charlie wait in the hospital to hear about her condition.
User ratings: 647
Average rating: 6.8
Dinner with Friends
Hank and Karen have dinner together, with a few unexpected guests.
User ratings: 578
Average rating: 7.5
Hank struggles with telling Becca she has a brother when she comes home. Charlie and Marcy make a decision.
User ratings: 550
Average rating: 7.4
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.
User ratings: 1,105
Average rating: 8.6
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