“Californication” is one of my favourite TV shows. It stars David Duchovny (The X-Files) as Hank Moody, a lecherous womanizing novelist who, after transplanting himself to California, now has writer’s block. He has a daughter, named Becca, with his former girlfriend, Karen (played by Natascha McElhone). And he’s constantly trying to get back together with Karen.
Even though Hank dearly wants Karen back, he still manages to sleep with many other women. It adds much drama and complication to Hank’s life, both personally and professionally.
For me, the best part of the series is Hank’s relationship with his daughter. It is very sweet and warm, and it reveals his most vulnerable and honest side.
Hank’s relationship with his friend and manager, Charlie Runkle (played by Evan Handler), is also very amusing. Charlie is quite the character.
The show is sexually frank and honest, and in its own unique fashion, is very sex positive. I am quite addicted to the program.
(This opinion belongs solely to the author and does not necessarily reflect the views of The Good Sex Network.)