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  • Showtime's 'Californication' goes punk rock with teenage cover band Queens of Dogtown

     
    In the fourth season of Showtime’s hit dramedy “Californication,” the long-suffering daughter of David Duchovny’s Hank Moody did what every angst-filled teenage girl would do when her sex-and-booze addict of a father continued down...
  • The week in Pop (& Hiss) and more

     
    Pop & Hiss strives to provide the best, most relevant and entertaining music coverage of the week. Hey, it's a goal, be nice. Sometimes we have some posts that hit the mark. Sometimes we don't and others do. Here's a......
  • Charlie Sheen approves of Rob Lowe -- what a relief *that* must be

     
    Charlie Sheen has given Rob Lowe his blessing to replace him on "Two and a Half Men" and apologized to John Stamos for being rude to him as a potential replacement -- offering up advice to the two actors if they were to fill the shoes of Charlie Bender on...
  • 'Californication': Hank, meet consequence

     
    The score card from Sunday night’s “Californication” will show that there were three naked ladies, a threesome involving Rick Springfield and a house fire that had to be extinguished by David Duchovny, who was wearing a kimono. But what ma...
  • 'Californication': David Duchovny, literarily speaking

     
    Marty Beckerman of The Daily Beast wrote an interesting piece about David Duchovny earlier this week, in which the actor spoke of his teaching and literary ambitions of the past. In short, he wanted to be a teacher and use......
  • 'Californication': That's my girl

     
    “Californication” is certainly intended for adults, but Sunday night’s episode got me thinking: What if this show spent just a little bit more time at the kids’ table? Or in the kids’ room? Or at the kids’ school? This...
  • 'Californication': South of heaven

     
    For a brief and almost startling moment Sunday night, we saw something in Hank Moody that we’d never seen before: fear. Gunshots were going off, the rifle-toting owner of a market chasing out the two punks who had just seconds......
  • Gold Derby nuggets: PGA reruns most TV nods | Letterman loves 'Brothers' | 'Nine' leads Satellite noms

     
    • Daniel Fienberg delves into Monday's announcement of TV nominees for the 21st annual PGA kudos and discovers, "While the nominees are largely a familiar and traditional lot, without a single new Fall 2009 drama or comedy on the list, the PGA did...
  • 'Californication': Playing nice

     
    Someone sprinkled a little sugar on our "Californication" characters Sunday night, most of them acting far sweeter toward each other than they have all season. The real storm was behind them now. Bygones. Squashed. Let's have a picnic and begin......
  • Gold Derby nuggets: Golden Globes lowdown | 'The Climb' falls out of Grammys race | 'Flight of the Conchords' grounded

     
    • Justin Timberlake, John Krasinski and Diane Kruger are getting up extra early Tuesday morning to announce the Golden Globe nominations. They will join HFPA president Phillip Berk at the podium at 5:30 a.m. PST to read off nominees' names in 25...
  • 'Californication': Punch, drunk, love

     
    For the first time in too long, the show about the artist felt inspired. It felt original. It again made you feel. Then, too soon, it was over. The old friend you hadn't seen in so long was gone again.......