And so it’s come to this: seven seasons of flings, heartbreaks, memorable nights and awkward mornings. We arrive at the series finale of Californication, which tries to wrap up a lot of loose ends and provide a feeling of finality for as many characters as possible. And while, of course, the finale to a series can never fully satisfy everyone, I did find a lot to like here.
I suppose it was only a matter of time. We get a sort of surprise confrontation and family drama all centered around Hank’s past. The issue of having two families stems from something he either said or did, but little is actually resolved. Other events help push the plot forward a bit, but not by much.