Sure, he may have boorishly overindulged in the bottle and in the bedroom — including an inadvertent tryst with the underage daughter of his ex’s fiancé — but as the first season of Californication (Mondays at 10:30 pm/ET on Showtime) comes to a close, troubled author Hank Moody has somehow become sympathetic.
"Hank’s motivation is usually out of his love for his family, pain or frustration. And everybody can relate to that," says star David Duchovny. "He’s not just an ass." In tonight’s finale, as Karen’s wedding to Bill draws near, Hank must come to terms with the fact that the woman he still loves may be unattainable.
"It’s a true TV cliff-hanger," teases Duchovny. "The force of the show is family, so I can tell you that the episode has to do with either the comi
For those of you who Valerie Cherish'd HBO's The Comeback, here something to make you say, "I wanna see that!" The single-season look at a onetime sitcom queen's bid for a return to fame arrives on DVD this week, complete with extras, including an update on the horrific role Val has since been offered and a look at her Dancing with the Stars stint. TVGuide.com spoke with cocreator Lisa Kudrow, Emmy-nominated for playing the hapless actress, about her ongoing Comeback, Valerie's A-list "Angel" of a fan, and Madonna stealing her hair.