Californication

Season 4 Episode 2

Suicide Solution

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Aired Sunday 10:30 PM Jan 16, 2011 on Showtime

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    • Hank: (voiceover, as he types a letter) To my dear beautiful daughter: I'm writing you a letter. That's right, a good old-fashioned letter. It's a lost art really, like handjobs--shit (crosses out "handjobs" on the typewriter). I have a confession to make: I didn't like you very much at first. You were just this annoying little blob. You smelled nice, most of the time, but you didn't seem to have much interest in me, which I of course found vaguely insulting. It was just you and your mom against the world. Funny how some things never change. So I cruised along doing my thing, acting the fool, not really understanding how being a parent changes you. And I don't remember the exact moment everything changed, I just know that it did. One minute I was impenetrable, nothing could touch me. The next my heart was somehow beating outside my chest, exposed to the elements. Loving you has been the most profound, intense, painful experience of my life. In fact it's been almost too much to bear. As your father I made a silent vow to protect you from the world, never realizing I was the one who would end up hurting you the most. When I flash-forward my heart breaks, mostly because I can't imagine you speaking of me with any sort of pride. How could you? Your father is a child in a man's body. He cares for nothing and everything at the same time. Noble in thought, weak in action. Something has to change, something has to give. It's getting dark, too dark to see.

  • Notes

    • Original International Air Dates:
      Czech Republic: May 3, 2011 on HBO
      United Kingdom: October 13, 2011 on 5*
      Finland: January 9, 2012 on Nelonen
      Sweden: September 26, 2012 on TV11

    • Featured Music:
      "Sex Machine" by Rob Lowe
      "Half Full Glass of Wine" by Tame Impala

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