Hank (David Duchovny) continues to be sexy and irresistable. His N.Y.C. fire-happy girlfriend is seriously annoying, and now stalking him in L.A. Go away Carrie. We don’t care if you had anal with Hank — everybody has given that up for him — you are not that special.
Karen (Natascha McElhone) continues to be sexy and sweet and Hank will never be able to love anyone again the way he loves her. Is it possible that she gets better looking every year?
Becca (Madeleine Martin) is adorable (I don’t care how many people find her annoying — I love her). Hank proves to be an incredible dad to her when she becomes involved with a not-so-nice guy, making us love him that much more (he may be a sex addict, but when it comes to his girls — Karen and Becca — he would step in front of a speeding train for them). Now that’s sexy.
Karen’s new husband Richard (Jason Beghe) is still unappealing, and I think he’s going to fall off the wagon, surely as a result of something that Hank instigates, knowing Hank. He does have a gorgeous house though.
Charlie Runkle (Evan Handler) continues to premature ejaculate, which is pretty funny. Don’t they have a medication for that? And how do you find a middle-aged virgin? When he deflowers her he lasts even shorter than usual (one second in rather than two to five seconds before he squirts). He has lost a lot of weight, but is still seriously unattractive.
Not loving Marcy (Pamela Adlon) and her super rich new husband Stu’s story line, but hopefully it will improve. Somehow an ugly rich man with a giant schlong is just not that interesting to me, and Marcy looks like she’s ready to hit the plastic surgery table very soon.
I could say more, but I won’t. The show is still great. L.A. continues to look spectacularly glamorous and sunny, and every week I am left wishing for more.