David Von Ancken, Adam Bernstein, John Dahl, Bart Freundlich, Michael Lehmann, David Duchovny, Seith Mann, Scott Winant, Michael Weaver, Stephen Hopkins, Ken Whittingham, Scott Z. Burns, Tucker Gates, Michael Lembeck, Daniel Ducovny, Jake Kasdan, Beth McCarthy-Miller, Helen Hunt, Millicent Shelton, Eric Stoltz
Tom Kapinos, Gina Fattore, Gabriel Roth, Mike B. Metz, Daisy Gardner, Eric Weinberg, Matt Patterson, Susan McMartin, Ildy Modrovich, Jay Dyer, Vanessa Reisen
Tree Adams, Tyler Bates
David Duchovny, Tom Kapinos, Michael Paolillo, Tom Keefe, Lou Fusaro, John H. Radulovic, Melanie Greene, Gina Fattore, Jim Sodini, Vanessa Wilson, Jay Dyer, Andrea P. Stilgenbauer, Ildy Modrovich, Eric Weinberg, Scott Winant, Vanessa Reisen, Daisy Gardner, Bruce Dunn, Kate Garwood, Stephen Hopkins, Ann Kindberg, Gabriel Roth
David Duchovny - Hank Moody (84 episodes 2007-2014), Natascha McElhone - Karen (84 episodes 2007-2014), Evan Handler - Charlie Runkle (84 episodes 2007-2014), Pamela Adlon - Marcy Runkle (80 episodes 2007-2014), Madeleine Martin - Becca Moody (74 episodes 2007-2014), Stephen Tobolowsky - Stu Beggs (30 episodes 2011-2014), Madeline Zima - Mia Lewis (28 episodes 2007-2011), Callum Keith Rennie - Lew Ashby (14 episodes 2008-2013), Jason Beghe - Richard Bates (13 episodes 2009-2013), Rachel Miner - Dani (12 episodes 2007-2008), Michael Imperioli - Rick Rath (11 episodes 2014), Oliver Cooper - Levon (11 episodes 2014), Carla Gallo - Daisy (11 episodes 2008-2009), Kathleen Turner - Sue Collini (10 episodes 2009), Scott Michael Foster - Tyler (10 episodes 2012), Embeth Davidtz - Felicia Koons (10 episodes 2009), Carla Gugino - Abby Rhodes (10 episodes 2011), Tim Minchin - Atticus Fetch (10 episodes 2013), Maggie Grace - Faith (10 episodes 2013), Camilla Luddington - Lizzie (10 episodes 2012), Diane Farr - Jill Robinson (9 episodes 2009), Eva Amurri Martino - Jackie (9 episodes 2009), Jon Kasdan - Režie (9 episodes 2011-2014), RZA - Samurai Apocalypse (9 episodes 2012), Heather Graham - Julia (9 episodes 2014), Ana Rey - Irma (9 episodes 2011-2014), Paula Marshall - Sonja (9 episodes 2007-2008), Damian Young - Bill Lewis (8 episodes 2007-2011), Ellen Woglom - Chelsea Koons (8 episodes 2009), Steve Jones - Krull (8 episodes 2013-2014), Peter Gallagher - Dean Stacy Koons (8 episodes 2009), Zoë Kravitz - Pearl (8 episodes 2011), Meagan Good - Kali (7 episodes 2012), Rob Lowe - Eddie Nero (6 episodes 2011-2014), Addison Timlin - Sasha Bingham (6 episodes 2011), Angus Macfadyen - Julian (6 episodes 2008), Chris Titone - Hugh (6 episodes 2014), John Madison Tye - Terry (6 episodes 2014), DJ Lubel - DJ (6 episodes 2014), Darrell Britt-Gibson - Darrell (6 episodes 2014), Jade Catta-Preta - Jade (6 episodes 2014), Michael Ealy - Ben (5 episodes 2011), Chris Williams - Todd Carr (5 episodes 2007-2011), Maggie Wheeler - Ophelia (5 episodes 2013), Mädchen Amick - Janie Jones (5 episodes 2008), Ezra Miller - Damien (5 episodes 2008), Glenna Gasparian - Dylan (5 episodes 2011), Alonzo Bodden - Alonzo (5 episodes 2014), Stephanie Hunt - Alice (5 episodes 2011), Melissa McFail - Peaches (5 episodes 2011), Luenell - Rhonda (5 episodes 2009-2014), Mary Lynn Rajskub - Goldie (4 episodes 2014), Judy Greer - Trixie (4 episodes 2007-2012), Patrick Fischler - Gabriel (4 episodes 2012-2013), Amy Price-Francis - Meredith (4 episodes 2007), Rick Springfield - Rick Springfield (4 episodes 2009), Sarah Wynter - Atticus's Wife (4 episodes 2013), Melissa Stephens - Peggy (4 episodes 2011), Natalie Zea - Carrie (4 episodes 2012-2013), Camden Gray - Stuart (4 episodes 2013-2014), Tara Holt - Melanie (4 episodes 2014), Quin Baron - Stuart Runkle (4 episodes 2012), Reed Baron - Stuart Runkle (4 episodes 2012), Brandon T. Jackson - Hashtag (3 episodes 2014), Lance Barber - Nick Lowry (3 episodes 2007), Alanna Ubach - Trudy (3 episodes 2013), Camille Langfield - Sandy Carr (3 episodes 2007-2011), Johann Urb - Robbie Mac (3 episodes 2013), Michelle Lombardo - Surfer Girl (3 episodes 2007-2008), Dustin Ybarra - Ross (3 episodes 2013), Jacquie Barnbrook - Secretary (3 episodes 2011), Hal Ozsan - Ronny Praeger (3 episodes 2008), Lee Arenberg - Ken (3 episodes 2013), Samantha Maloney - Sam (3 episodes 2008), Jory Glick - Band Member (3 episodes 2007), Diana Terranova - Diana (3 episodes 2009-2014), Myles Trifon - Band Member (3 episodes 2007), Shira Kreitenberg - Band Member (3 episodes 2007), Maggie Mae Reid - Politically Correct Student (3 episodes 2009), Marilyn Manson - Himself (2 episodes 2013), Michele Nordin - Heather (2 episodes 2007-2011), Allison McAtee - Ali Andrews (2 episodes 2011-2013), Josh Gad - Doctor (2 episodes 2011), Larry Poindexter - Prosecutor (2 episodes 2011), Jorge Garcia - Drug Dealer (2 episodes 2013), Angela Trimbur - Tweaker Chick (2 episodes 2013), Brigette Davidovici - Nikki (2 episodes 2014), Roger Howarth - Chris (2 episodes 2014), Mercedes Mason - Amy Taylor Walsh (2 episodes 2014), Kathy Christopherson - Nikki Mandel (2 episodes 2007), Robert Merrill - Jonathan Mandel (2 episodes 2007), Emma Fassler - Tara (2 episodes 2014), Carly Pope - Annika (2 episodes 2008), Vincent Angell - Ron Jones (2 episodes 2008), Meghan Falcone - Shari (2 episodes 2013), Robert Gilling - Band Member (2 episodes 2007), Colin Malone - Video Camera Guy (2 episodes 2008), Kristina Cohen - Sexy Stewardess #1 (2 episodes 2013), Zita Vass - Angry Naked Girl (2 episodes 2008), Liz Nicole Abrams - Sexy Stewardess #2 (2 episodes 2013), Michael Keeley - Security Guard (2 episodes 2011-2014), Jim Calloway - Big Jim (2 episodes 2012), Fatso-Fasano - Fatso (2 episodes 2012), John Scarangello - Hollywood Jerk (2 episodes 2007-2008), Angela Bullock - Judge (2 episodes 2011), Marcus Folmar - Orderly (2 episodes 2013), Jim Tavaré - Alfred (2 episodes 2012), Justine Bateman - Mrs. Patterson (2 episodes 2008), Summer Crosley - Girl with Charlie (2 episodes 2009-2011), Jim Florentine - Jim (2 episodes 2014), Michaela Watkins - Executive (2 episodes 2008), Adam Pally - Young Hollywood Douchebag (2 episodes 2011), Luis Moncada - Carjacker (2 episodes 2007), Marcus D. Spencer - Big (2 episodes 2008), K.T. Tatara - Pretentious Student (2 episodes 2009), Christian Clemenson - Couples Counsellor (1 episode 2014), Mo Collins - Victoria (1 episode 2007), Drea de Matteo - Holly (1 episode 2012), Jeris Poindexter - Man at the Hospital (1 episode 2014), Brigitte Bako - Car Dealer (1 episode 2007), Lucy Davis - Nora (1 episode 2007), Amber Heard - Amber (1 episode 2007), Christen Sussin - Tampon Lady (1 episode 2007), Joe Bucaro III - Rude Guy (1 episode 2009), Kevin Corrigan - Mike 'Zloz' Zlozowski (1 episode 2009), Mary Gross - Principal Green (1 episode 2009), Alexandra Barreto - Sarah (1 episode 2013), Keir O'Donnell - Beckett Fetch (1 episode 2013), Gia Crovatin - Nun (1 episode 2014), Nishi Munshi - Hot Actress (1 episode 2014), Mark Margolis - Al Moody (1 episode 2007), Laura Niles - Laura (1 episode 2007), Mario Orozco - Street Kid (1 episode 2009), Alison Becker - UTK Rep (1 episode 2011), Camille Chen - Heather Tracy (1 episode 2011), Alan Dale - Lloyd Alan Philips Jr. (1 episode 2011), Fisher Stevens - Zig Semetauer (1 episode 2011), Analeis Lorig - Allie Andrews (1 episode 2012), Mary Kay Place - Faith's Mother (1 episode 2013), Stacey Scowley - Tricia (1 episode 2013), Dan Bakkedahl - Dr. Daniel Allen (1 episode 2014), Kelen Coleman - Hope (1 episode 2014), Ping Wu - Doctor (1 episode 2014), Charlie Mattera - Burly Husband (1 episode 2007), Mike B. Metz - Temp (1 episode 2007), Paul Lieber - Dr. Reiss (1 episode 2008), Meredith Monroe - Chloe Metz (1 episode 2008), Billy Brown - Marcy's Date (1 episode 2009), Peter Fonda - Himself (1 episode 2009), James Frain - Paul Rider (1 episode 2009), Philip Tan - Kim (1 episode 2009), Todd Louiso - Režie (1 episode 2011), Billy Morrison - Tattoo Artist (1 episode 2011), Bryan Callen - Cop (1 episode 2012), Lea DeLaria - Debbie (1 episode 2012), Sebastian Bach - Tony (1 episode 2013), Alissa Dean - Rachel (1 episode 2013), Edi Patterson - Shannon (1 episode 2013), Yolanda Snowball - Nurse (1 episode 2014), Kathryn Adams - Katie (1 episode 2007), Ronnie Gene Blevins - Guitar Center Employee (1 episode 2007), Daisy Gardner - Crusty Cashier (1 episode 2007), Lyn Alicia Henderson - Female Minister (1 episode 2007), Philip Shahbaz - Man on Cell Phone (1 episode 2007), Ken Marino - David Wilder (1 episode 2009), Stephen Root - Ricardo Collini (1 episode 2009), Ed Westwick - Balt (1 episode 2009), Jonah Wharton - Street Kid #2 (1 episode 2009), Roger E. Fanter - Marv (1 episode 2011), Cordelia Sonnenschein - 5 Rok Old Becca (1 episode 2011), Ciera Payton - Hooker (1 episode 2012), Sarah Power - The Girl (1 episode 2012), Clement von Franckenstein - Lars (1 episode 2012), Noah Harpster - Larry (1 episode 2013), Carter Sand - Kid (1 episode 2013), Hana Mae Lee - Mi Suk Kok (1 episode 2014), Aubrey K. Miller - 11 Rok Old Becca (1 episode 2014), Brooke Banner - The Blonde (1 episode 2007), Cooper Barnes - Tom (1 episode 2007), Johnny D'Agostino - Rocker Dude (1 episode 2007), John C. McLaughlin - Irish Catholic Priest (1 episode 2007), Chase Penny - Tattooed Millionaire (1 episode 2007), Henry Rollins - Radio Show Host (1 episode 2007), Dana Michael Woods - Emcee (1 episode 2007), Paul Rae - Zed (1 episode 2008), Paola Turbay - Rosario (1 episode 2008), Pete Wentz - Himself (1 episode 2008), Heather Chadwell - Heather (1 episode 2009), J.J. Dashnaw - Alpha Male Frat Guy (1 episode 2009), Sergio Cilli - Obnoxious Agent (1 episode 2011), Omega Kayne - Detective #1 (1 episode 2011), Erika Rankin - Hotel Clerk (1 episode 2011), Megan Stevenson - Tabby (1 episode 2011), Callie Thorne - Sasha Bingham's Mom (1 episode 2011), Zakk Wylde - Guitar Guy (1 episode 2011), Vanessa Angel - Alison (1 episode 2012), Daniel Benzali - Larry (1 episode 2012), Jake Hoffman - Club Guy (1 episode 2012), Sinqua Walls - Kali's Date (1 episode 2012), Melora Walters - Lisa (1 episode 2012), Chasty Ballesteros - Waitress (1 episode 2013), Artie Lange - Himself (1 episode 2013), Lyndon Smith - Girl (1 episode 2013), Bill Smitrovich - Jack (1 episode 2013), Rebecca Metz - Casting Režie (1 episode 2014), Armando Molina - Janitor (1 episode 2014), Lou Fusaro - Ferrari Guy (1 episode 2007), Miriam T. Green - Penny Lyons (1 episode 2007), Joaquin Pastor - Dave (1 episode 2007), Alexis Arquette - Lady In Jail (1 episode 2008), David Fabrizio - Officer Dick (1 episode 2008), Jonathan Goldstein - Mario (1 episode 2008), Kristine Blackport - Kristine (1 episode 2009), Michael Deyermond - Bookstore Owner (1 episode 2009), Suzanne Freeman - Suzanne (1 episode 2009), Fiona Gubelmann - Young Wife (1 episode 2009), Monica Hong - Tina Kil (1 episode 2009), Alyssa LeBlanc - Betty (1 episode 2009), Christina Ulloa - Elizabeth (1 episode 2009), Darlene Bel Grayson - Nurse (1 episode 2011), Matt Manser - Bookish Creep (1 episode 2011), Annie Abbott - Ruth (1 episode 2012), Peter Berg - Himself (1 episode 2012), Jenny Lin - Hooker (1 episode 2012), Brian Thompson - Mr. Scary (1 episode 2012), P.J. King - Alpha Male (1 episode 2013), Keaton Simons - Rocker Dude (1 episode 2013), Dustin Sterling - Guy (1 episode 2013), Alison Mei Lan - Hot Woman (1 episode 2007), Amy Okuda - Mia's Classmate (1 episode 2007), Sara Wells - Girl with Ferrari Guy (1 episode 2007), Ida Darvish - Marcy's Client (1 episode 2008), Stephen Hale - Steve the Regular Guy (1 episode 2008), Billy Mayo - Cop #1 (1 episode 2008), Brian Posehn - Scooter Man (1 episode 2008), Nick Steele - Gus (1 episode 2008), Tehmina Sunny - Beautiful Barmaid (1 episode 2008), Phil Varone - Himself (1 episode 2008), Greg Bond - Firedude (1 episode 2009), Brett Gelman - Annoying Hipster (1 episode 2009), Pamela Guest - Lady Real Estate (1 episode 2009), Bruce Katzman - Marv the Mediator (1 episode 2009), Tim Sitarz - Bouncer (1 episode 2009), Bridgetta Tomarchio - Veronica (1 episode 2009), Thom Williams - Security Guard (1 episode 2009), Casey Adams - Patrol Officer (1 episode 2011), Dawn Olivieri - Actress Karen (1 episode 2011), Angie Patterson - Waitress (1 episode 2011), Kelley Robins - Set PA (1 episode 2011), Gillian Vigman - Mary (1 episode 2012), Tree Adams - Band Musician (1 episode 2013), Jack J. Bennett - Co-Pilot (1 episode 2013), Chris Gann - Bartender (1 episode 2013), Sharon Angela - Cranky Woman (1 episode 2014), Stephen Sowan - Drunk Kid (1 episode 2007), David Haley - Cop #1 (1 episode 2008), Lili Haydn - Herself (1 episode 2008), Nicholas Massouh - Sales Manager (1 episode 2008), Cristin Michele - Partygirl (1 episode 2008), Jules Theodore - Strapping Young Lad (1 episode 2008), Sheri Moon Zombie - Nurse (1 episode 2008), Brian Jarvis - Jack (1 episode 2009), Sonny Kang - Young Husband (1 episode 2009), Cory Knauf - Waiter (1 episode 2009), Fahim Anwar - Young Hollywood Douchebag #2 (1 episode 2011), Teddy Lane Jr. - Bailiff (1 episode 2011), Lucy Mae Sunday - Pretty College Girl (1 episode 2011), Rob Welsh - Staffer (1 episode 2011), Chuck Williams - Detective #2 (1 episode 2011), Joey Lawrence - Brian (1 episode 2013), Rani Sharone - Band Musician (1 episode 2013), Dana DeLorenzo - Attractive Single Woman (1 episode 2014), Cerina Vincent - Lisa (1 episode 2014), Michael H. Barnett - Gawky Dweeb (1 episode 2007), Alicia Sixtos - Girl with Carjacker (1 episode 2007), Ossie Mair - Urologist (1 episode 2008), Lordan Napoli - Doula (1 episode 2008), Laurie A. Sinclair - Holly (1 episode 2008), Andres Stewart - Gangbanger (1 episode 2008), Byron Thames - Himself (1 episode 2008), Paul Zies - Lead Singer Dez (1 episode 2008), Philip Lenkowsky - Dr. Mikhail Hannahn (1 episode 2009), Elaine Loh - Saleswoman (1 episode 2009), Tommy Lee - Himself (1 episode 2011), David Anthony Higgins - John (1 episode 2012), Frank Giarmona - Roadie (1 episode 2013), Nikki Leonti - Band Musician (1 episode 2013), Scott Anthony Leet - Mac (1 episode 2014), Jonathan Carr - Band Member (1 episode 2007), Itai Disraeli - Himself (1 episode 2008), Alexander Lyras - Agency President (1 episode 2008), Sammy Maben - Corinne (1 episode 2011), Sonni Paisley - Ginger (1 episode 2012), Sara Targum - Ava (1 episode 2012), Kellie Hamilton - Sexy Stewardess #3 (1 episode 2013), Kellie Marie Hamilton - Sexy Stewardess #3 (1 episode 2013), Billy 'Sly' Williams - Security Guard (1 episode 2013), Milana Vayntrub - Bad Actress (1 episode 2014), Ana Lenchantin - Herself (1 episode 2008), Maia Tarin - Teacher (1 episode 2012), Lee Doud - The Twink (1 episode 2013), Danielle Soibelman - Actress Becca (1 episode 2011), Alison White - Receptionist (1 episode 2011), Michael Gaines - Partner (1 episode 2012), Leilani Caluya - Set PA (1 episode 2014), Kinetic - Samurai Apocalypse Posse (uncredited) (5 episodes 2012), Ervin Ross - Samurai Apocalypse Posse (uncredited) (5 episodes 2012), Adam Silver - Hank's Student (uncredited) (4 episodes 2009), Tom DeTrinis - Hank's Student (uncredited) (3 episodes 2009), Elizabeth Guest - Hank's Student (uncredited) (3 episodes 2009), Nicole Klepper - Hank's Student (uncredited) (3 episodes 2009), Kym Stys - Cocktail Waitress (uncredited) (2 episodes 2008-2009), James Cook - Hank's Student (uncredited) (2 episodes 2009-2013), Nina Rausch - Hank's Student (uncredited) (2 episodes 2009), Danielle Souza - Hank's Student (uncredited) (2 episodes 2009), Gregory George Frank - Malibar Customer (uncredited) (2 episodes 2012), Pepi Monia - Girl on the Street (uncredited) (2 episodes 2013-2014), Don Abernathy - Restaurant Patron (uncredited) (1 episode 2007), Andre Alexsen - Porsche Dealer (uncredited) (1 episode 2007), Chelsea Blaine - Mia's friend (uncredited) (1 episode 2007), Cornelia Brown - Prep School Girl (uncredited) (1 episode 2007), E.C. McMullen Jr. - Party Attendee (uncredited) (1 episode 2007), Kat Rogers - High School Student (uncredited) (1 episode 2007), Serena Shen - Wedding Planner (uncredited) (1 episode 2007), Ouija Whittemore - Pretty Party Girl (uncredited) (1 episode 2007), Emily Wilson - P.Y.T. (uncredited) (1 episode 2007), Meili Cady - Rocker Girl (uncredited) (1 episode 2008), Jack Chevanty - Hookup Dude (uncredited) (1 episode 2008), Brandy Futch - Schoolgirl (uncredited) (1 episode 2008), Sara Holden - Party Fight Girl (uncredited) (1 episode 2008), Bryan Howard - Male Nurse (uncredited) (1 episode 2008), Brittany Howe - Girl at Kurt Cobain's memorial (uncredited) (1 episode 2008), Joy Sydney Peters - The Wife (uncredited) (1 episode 2008), Nicole Randall - Party Fight Girl (uncredited) (1 episode 2008), Renee Santos - Nurse (uncredited) (1 episode 2008), Arshad Aslam - Stoner Barista (uncredited) (1 episode 2009), Damien Bray - Strip Club Bad Guy #2 (uncredited) (1 episode 2009), Rick L. Dean - Airport Traveler (uncredited) (1 episode 2009), Bryan Friday - Cop #1 (uncredited) (1 episode 2009), Paul Grace - Strip Club Bouncer (uncredited) (1 episode 2009), Alan Gray - Homeless Street Guy (uncredited) (1 episode 2009), Jay Gutierrez - Street Kid #3 (uncredited) (1 episode 2009), Andrea Kelly - Cougar (uncredited) (1 episode 2009), Dennis Kinard - Hippie Store Clerk (uncredited) (1 episode 2009), Jen Kucsak - (uncredited) (1 episode 2009), Stefan Kumor - Waiter (uncredited) (1 episode 2009), Julie McKinnon - Bikini Girl (uncredited) (1 episode 2009), Angelica Ng - Strip Club Waitress (uncredited) (1 episode 2009), Carlie Verdecia - Bar Patron (uncredited) (1 episode 2009), Amanda Whitcroft - Russian Prostitute (uncredited) (1 episode 2009), Kane Richard Blust - Bystander (uncredited) (1 episode 2011), Mary Decaro - Nurse (uncredited) (1 episode 2011), David Dossett - Tattoo Artist (uncredited) (1 episode 2011), Ann Henson - Waitress (uncredited) (1 episode 2011), Gary Sievers - Homeless Zombie (uncredited) (1 episode 2011), Lindsay Stuart - PA (uncredited) (1 episode 2011), Natalie Sutherland - Lisa (uncredited) (1 episode 2011), Zoe Taylor - UTK Agent (uncredited) (1 episode 2011), Christopher Villar - Courtroom Audience (uncredited) (1 episode 2011), Samantha Yonack - Singer (uncredited) (1 episode 2011), Riley Brock - Young Hobo (uncredited) (1 episode 2012), Seth Cash - Samuri Apocalypse Posse (uncredited) (1 episode 2012), Tiffany Connor - Detective (uncredited) (1 episode 2012), Mark Casimir Dyniewicz - Malibar Customer (uncredited) (1 episode 2012), Michael Geretz - Mr. Scary's Friend (uncredited) (1 episode 2012), Jasmine Lowe - Cocktail Waitress (uncredited) (1 episode 2012), Sandeep Parikh - Charlie's Assistant (uncredited) (1 episode 2012), Mike Jerome Putnam - Bad Ass Bilker (uncredited) (1 episode 2012), Mark Roman - Cop in Full Gear (uncredited) (1 episode 2012), Sapphire - Ad (uncredited) (1 episode 2012), Matthew Simmons - Sam's Assitant (uncredited) (1 episode 2012), Ashley Watkins - Cabaret Girl (uncredited) (1 episode 2012), Marc Abbink - T-Shirt Vendor (uncredited) (1 episode 2013), Cris Casillas - Leather Boy (uncredited) (1 episode 2013), Lauren Caster - Grunge Rocker (uncredited) (1 episode 2013), Taber Cross - Julia (uncredited) (1 episode 2013), Aristotle Dreher - Grunge Rocker (uncredited) (1 episode 2013), Liz Fenning - Faith's Friend (uncredited) (1 episode 2013), Anthony L. Fernandez - Rocker (uncredited) (1 episode 2013), Adam Hutson - Alpha Male's Friend (uncredited) (1 episode 2013), Edward Kasper - Tattooed Rocker (uncredited) (1 episode 2013), Halszka Kuza - Topless Bartender (uncredited) (1 episode 2013), M@tch - Venice beach type (Hacky Sack player) (uncredited) (1 episode 2013), Desiree Perry - Button Girl (uncredited) (1 episode 2013), Scott Rosendall - Sketchy Someone (uncredited) (1 episode 2013), Erik Emerson - Cinematographer (uncredited) (1 episode 2014), Leah McCormick - Waitress (uncredited) (1 episode 2014), Dean Wayne - Department Head (uncredited) (1 episode 2014)
David Duchovny slaví triumfální návrat v hlavní roli amerického televizního seriálu Californication, jiskřivé, drsně sexy komediální podívané, jejímž ústředním hrdinou je spisovatel Hank Moody. Jeho posedlost ctí a sebezničující chování ve stylu „chlast, drogy a sex“ zároveň ničí i obohacuje jeho spisovatelskou kariéru. Miluje svou dceru Beccu (Madeleine Martinová), jež se narodila ze vztahu s bývalou přítelkyní Karen (Natascha McElhoneová). Je to chytrá holka, možná až moc, a její otec se upřímně snaží spojit otcovské povinnosti s nároky spisovatelské dráhy. Muži ho mají rádi pro jeho schopnost driblovat mezi nesčetnými přítelkyněmi, ženy fešáka Moodyho milují pro jeho šarm a vy všichni si ho zamilujete, protože vám přináší svěží a vtipnou zábavu.
- Série 1: 1. Pilot (2007). A one-night-stand causes writer Hank Moody to be late in meeting his 12-year-old daughter Becca at home, much to the disgust of ex-girlfriend Karen. Then, a romp with a hot bookstore shopper will upend Hank's life in ways he could never imagine. After Becca sneaks out to a party, Hank and Karen go in search of their daughter. Later, Hank and Karen have a heart-to-heart where he admits he wants her back, but she reveals she's engaged to another man and is moving on.
- Série 1: 2. Hell-A Woman (2007). Hank caves in and accepts the blogger gig for Hell-A Magazine. Meanwhile Becca helps Hank get invited to a dinner party at Karen and Bill's. All the while Hank attempts to heal the rift between his family despite romps with a scientologist, a porn star, and the continuing situation with Bill's daughter Mia.
- Série 1: 3. The Whore of Babylon (2007). While Hank gives a talk about his work, an angry Todd Carr (the director of the film based on Hanks book) comes in. The two start a fight and Hank ends up in jail to be bailed out by Bill. Hank meets Meredith again and this time behaves more polite and even tries to help her get back a dog she greatly misses. In the meantime, Charlie, Hanks boss, learns something very interesting about his assistant Dani.
- Série 1: 4. Fear and Loathing at the Fundraiser (2007). Despite the fact he hates things like that, Hank goes to an environmental fund-raiser with Meredith. Karen and Bill are there as well. Also present is the married guy Meredith has an affair with, since five years, and his wife. Dani and Charlie have a little party of their own in Charlie's office until Hank walks in.
- Série 1: 5. LOL (2007). Bill hasn't got the time for it and asks Hank to replace him as a guest speaker at Mia's creative writing class. Hank accepts and finds himself very popular with all of Mia's classmates, and Mia as well. After she uses the Internet lingo LOL and Hanks mocks it on a radio interview, Meredith tells Hank they are finished. But this doesn't turn out to be the real reason she ditches Hank. Charlie's wife is trying to spice up their sex life by sticking a finger up his ass while Becca has a crush on her handsome guitar teacher Dave. Unfortunately for her, Mia likes the look of him as well.
- Série 1: 6. Absinthe Makes the Heart Grow Fonder (2007). A one-night-stand doesn't end the way Hank expected it to: the sexy surfer girl he slept with has stolen his records, a shirt and his guitar! With Karen he goes to see Becca perform with her band. When strolling around with Becca and Karen after the gig, Mia calls Hank and asks him to save her from her teacher who wants to do a threesome with her. Meanwhile, Charlie and his wife are trying to spice up their sex life.
- Série 1: 7. Girls, Interrupted (2007). Much to his joy, Charlie's wife Marcy tells him she wants to do a threesome. She asks Dani to join in. Charlie has arranged that Hank and Todd Carr meet because Carr wants to option Hank's blog. When Carr is talking about his house, Hank arranges a surprise Karen must love, being an architect. Becca tells Hank she doesn't believe in happy ends anymore. Meanwhile, Charlie, Marcy and Dani's threesome doesn't end up the way they thought it would.
- Série 1: 8. California Son (2007). When Hank's father dies, he refuses to attend the funeral. He never forgave his dad for being as unfaithful as himself, while his ma was an old-fashioned Catholic. Like Hank, he spent his days seeking sex, never mind family, like visiting an old 'bed friend' rather then spending time with Becca. Hank takes out his frustrations on the film crew and Trixie, the call-girl he was trying to build a relationship with him.
- Série 1: 9. Filthy Lucre (2008). Hank comes back from his father's funeral and it turns out he has actually written something! Just like in the good old days, he wants Karen to read and judge it, but she's reluctant to do so. Hank gets a windfall: The terrible movie based on his book has made a nice amount of money and Hank now gets his share. He buys himself a brand new car and Becca a new guitar. Hank's boss Charlie is over the moon when Hank tells him he wrote something again and feels that if Hank can do it, he too can get his act together. Charlie therefore wants to surprise Marcy with champagne and his apologies for his behavior lately. However, Marcy doesn't react the way Charlie thought she would.
- Série 1: 10. The Devil's Threesome (2008). Now that Charlie is single, he wants casual sex and lots of it. He asks Hank to go to a gym with him so he can get in perfect shape for the ladies and Hank reluctantly agrees. At the gym they meet an old fling of Hank who's still angry with him because he didn't call her back about a year ago. Nevertheless, the three of them end up at Hank's place where Hank just wants to go to sleep, but, because the girl won't have sex with Charlie unless Hank participates, they start a threesome. Meanwhile, Karen and Marcy go out together, get drunk and Marcy tells Karen Hank bought her a ring.
- Série 1: 11. Turn the Page (2008). To everybody's surprise, Becca announces she wants to move to Hank. The wedding preparations being in full swing can't help the fact that Karen is devastated by this news. Meanwhile, Mia still pretends Hank's book is hers, Dani and Charlie represent her and it looks like the book's going to be a hit. Charlie discovers the book was actually written by Hank, but, unfortunately, there's nothing Hank nor Charlie can do about it because Mia might tell people about the one-night-stand Hank had with her.
- Série 1: 12. The Last Waltz (2008). It's the day of Karen and Bill's wedding and everybody wonders how Hank will behave. While he's trying on his tie, Becca announces she just had her first period and, of course, Hank isn't prepared for this so they speed to the super market to see a woman take the last pack of tampons.
- Série 2: 1. Slip of the Tongue (2009). After Karen left Bill standing at the altar, things finally are like they used to be: Hank and Karen are back together and so are Charlie and Marcy. Because he really hates condoms, Hank agrees to undergo a vasectomy. The operation goes well, but he can't have sex of any kind for the next 48 hours and his John Thomas hurts the rest of the day. Hank and Karen want to move back to New York, much to Rebecca's chagrin. Hank learns Mia published 'her' book after all. At a party, Hank makes an honest, but terrible mistake.
- Série 2: 2. The Great Ashby (2008). A mute Karen doesn't want to bail Hank out of jail. Becca promises him to try to change her mind. In jail, Hank meets Lew Ashby, a record producer who really wants Hank to write his biography. After he was hard on Mia because she stole Hank's book, Dani gives Charlie a mean piece of her mind and goes to his boss and gets him fired. At home, a shattered Charlie wants to talk with Marcy, who has snorted quite some cocaine and isn't able to hold a sensible conversation.
- Série 2: 3. No Way to Treat a Lady (2008). On Hank's first day as biographer to Lew Ashby, he's reintroduced to Trixie, who stirs up trouble by claiming that Hank is better in bed than Ashby. Becca grudgingly starts her first day at Mia's private school, where she meets an unexpected friend, Damien. Meanwhile, Charlie spots a porn actress named Daisy and pitches himself as her agent, Charlie hops a ride with Daisy only to realize that he's in the middle of an impromptu porn movie.
- Série 2: 4. The Raw & the Cooked (2008). After Hank proposed to Karen, they throw an, already planned, big dinner party for all their friends. Mia, Becca, Becca's new boyfriend Damian, Charlie & Marcy, Lew Ashby and Julian & Sonja are all invited. Lew brings Destiny, the woman Hank accidentally went down on, along, Charlie and Marcy are a tad horny because they're on drugs and Julian and Sonja have a mayor confession to make that ends up involving Hank.
- Série 2: 5. Vaginatown (2008). Because Karen gave back his ring, Hank has moved out and he now lives with Lew Ashby. When he sees television cook Chloe Metz on the TV, Hank tells Lew he can't stand Metz and at the same time he'd like to have sex with her. Lew promises Hank he'll arrange Metz so Hank can have some hate sex with her and forget about Karen. Meanwhile, a very upset Daisy tells Charlie and Marcy she has been blackballed, which means nobody hires her any more. Because Charlie is responsible for this, Marcy demands him to get Daisy a job in a porn film called "Vaginatown".
- Série 2: 6. Coke Dick & First Kick (2008). Hank wants to find out more about Lew's long lost love and because Lew won't talk about it, he goes to her house and runs into her husband, who's not very pleased with snooping Hank. Later, at Lew's place, Hank finds Julian having sex with a woman who's definitely not Sonja. Hank takes a photo of the scene so he can prove Karen he was right about disliking Julian all along. Meanwhile, the location for "Vaginatown" fell through and Charlie - seeing no other options - has offered his house as the new set. Marcy took the afternoon off to snort some cocaine while watching Oprah. The male lead in "Vaginatown" joins her.
- Série 2: 7. In a Lonely Place (2008). Lew promises Hank never to have sex with Mia again but - not surprisingly - can't keep his promise. Genuinely feeling he hurt a friend, he gives Hank a guitar that has been played by Kurt Cobain. Hank and Karen go to a parent evening. The teacher is very positive about Becca and even more positive about Hank, whom she takes home with her. Something Hank soon regrets after finding out she's Damian's mother. Meanwhile, Marcy and Charlie take a desperate Daisy into their home. Unfortunately, her scruffy former manager (the guy from the sleazy porn film Charlie accidentally ruined) comes to Charlie and Marcy's place saying Daisy has a contract with him and she can't wriggle out of it.
- Série 2: 8. Going Down and Out in Beverly Hills (2008). Hank pays another visit to Lew's former love, Janie Jones. She tells him why she left Lew but when her husband enters, Hank has to hide and meets the maid. Stuck as he now is, he calls Karen to tell her he can't pick up Becca from school and starts a conversation with the maid. When he finds out Janie Jones' husband cheats on her with the maid, Hank, with the maid, confronts him. At Becca and Mia's school, Karen finds out Mia is dating Lew and she decides to tell Lew off about this. Meanwhile, Charlie sees Marcy off to her mother where she goes for a detox.
- Série 2: 9. La Ronde (2008). To unravel more of her secrets for his book, Hank goes on a date (although he himself doesn't consider it a date) with Janie Jones, Lew's long lost love, to an art exhibition. There, they run into Sonja and Julian. Lew invites Karen on a date and takes her to an amphitheatre where a band is playing just for them. Marcy's not at her mother's, but at a rehab center to get the coke monkey off her back. Meanwhile, Charlie has to fight the sexual tension between him and Daisy.
- Série 2: 10. In Utero (2008). Hank and Karen go to the doctor to find out what the lump on Hank's male member is. While waiting for the test results, Hank and Karen think back about their early days, when Karen found out she was pregnant while both she and Hank were actually with someone else. Daisy tells Charlie she's found a place for herself, but the chemistry between them hasn't worn off at all.
- Série 2: 11. Blues from Laurel Canyon (2008). Mia's - that is, originally Hank's - book gets rave reviews, ironically better than any of the books published in Hank's name. Lew is having a party to which pretty much everyone is invited. Marcy has just come back from rehab and Charlie is planning to give her some time before announcing that he wants a divorce in order to be with Daisy. Annika, a Rolling Stone book critic has a scandalous theory about the true story behind Mia's book... And there's still more problems arising.
- Série 2: 12. La Petite Mort (2008). Hank has finished the biography on late Lew. Mia leaves town to go on a countrywide book tour to promote 'her' book. Sonja gives birth to her child, with Julian, Hank and Karen present to support her. Karen gets a great job offer in New York, while Becca and Damian get back together. Charlie now lives with Daisy and has a new job as a car salesman.
- Série 3: 1. Wish You Were Here (2009). Following Karen's move to New York, Hank Moody does his best to raise his daughter Becca by himself. But being a single dad isn't easy, especially with Becca starting to question his authority more than ever. To make matters worse, Becca's new best friend Chelsea has a fondness for sex, drugs, and trouble. After a run-in with Chelsea's straight-laced mother Felicia, a teacher at the local university, Hank reluctantly accepts a dinner invitation. Hank does his best to tolerate the various academics at the party, but things get out of hand when Hank insists on having drinks with a professor. Meanwhile, Charlie moves back in with his soon-to-be-ex-wife Marcy as soon as they sort out the details of their divorce.
- Série 3: 2. The Land of Rape and Honey (2009).
- Série 3: 3. Verities & Balderdash (2009). Hank and Becca attend the annual English Department Fall Mixer hosted by Dean Koons and wife Felicia. After flirtatious exchanges with student Jackie and Felicia, Hank finds himself consoling his jilted teacher's aide Jill, the best way he knows how. Meanwhile, Becca and Chelsea sneak away to discuss life, love, and psychedelic mushrooms. Charlie tries to coax Marcy into celebrating the first signing at the new agency, teen idol Rick Springfield.
- Série 3: 4. Zoso (2009). Becca drags Hank to a trendy shopping boutique to pick out some more grown-up attire. But Hank isn't so sure he likes the "new" Becca's makeover. At work, Hank juggles sexual encounters with teacher's aide Jill and boss Felicia. And finally, in an attempt to figure out why talented writer Jackie is missing class, Hank drags Charlie to the strip club where she works. Unfortunately, temptation gets the better of Hank.
- Série 3: 5. Slow Happy Boys (2009).
- Série 3: 6. Glass Houses (2009).
- Série 3: 7. So Here's the Thing... (2009).
- Série 3: 8. The Apartment (2009).
- Série 3: 9. Mr. Bad Example (2009).
- Série 3: 10. Dogtown (2009).
- Série 3: 11. Comings and Goings (2009).
- Série 3: 12. Mia Culpa (2009). As the Moodys at last prepare to move to New York, Becca tells Hank about an intimate coming of age experience she had. Hank's stunned when Mia shows up at the house unannounced, in town with her slimy boyfriend / manager PAUL for a book signing. Hank fails to prevent Mia and Paul from hatching a devious publicity stunt, forcing Hank to finally share the long-buried heartbreaking secret with Karen. Sue Collini gives Charlie a career opportunity of a lifetime, but Charlie must confront the fact that he might be losing Marcy for good.
- Série 4: 1. Exile on Main St. (2011).
- Série 4: 2. Suicide Solution (2011).
- Série 4: 3. Home Sweet Home (2011). Hank wakes up in the hospital after his accidental overdose. Not only is a cynical doctor at his side, but Karen who invites him home, making Hank wonder if he's really died and gone to heaven. Mia comes by the house to apologize to Hank where she is confronted first by Karen, and then Becca. After being robbed by four teenage misfits, led by Pearl, Becca is invited to join their band, The Queens of Dogtown. Meanwhile, Hank has realized that Karen is only acting so nice because she thinks he's suicidal, but how long will Becca allow him to keep the truth from her mother? Charlie tells Hank that he's got to get working on the F&P script, as Produkce Stu Beggs is getting antsy. So antsy, in fact, that he drives over to the Runkle Residence to confront Charlie, but instead meets Marcy, who is oddly intrigued by the man in the Maserati. After securing permission to pursue Marcy, Stu hooks Charlie up with promiscuous D-Girl Heather, as Charlie embarks to sleep with 100 women.
- Série 4: 4. Monkey Business (2011).
- Série 4: 5. Freeze-Frame (2011). After a personal grooming mishap, Charlie discovers that his vasectomy was botched and that Marcy's baby could be his. Hank's relationship with lawyer Abby gets more personal but a good deed yields a compromising photo that could ruin Hank's life.
- Série 4: 6. Lawyers, Guns and Money (2011).
- Série 4: 7. The Recused (2011). Forced by her relationship with Hank to recuse herself as his lawyer, Abby pitches the case to a senior partner on the golf course; Hank is dismayed by Karen's growing relationship with artist Ben; Marcy and Stu ask Charlie to help them pitch a TV project.
- Série 4: 8. Lights, Camera, Asshole (2011).
- Série 4: 9. Another Perfect Day (2011).
- Série 4: 10. The Trial (2011). A nervous Hank discovers that he's got good reason to panic when his trial turns into an all-out character assassination, with even friendly witnesses Charlie and Karen unable to portray him as anything other than a drunken, oversexed lout.
- Série 4: 11. The Last Supper (2011).
- Série 4: 12. ...And Justice for All (2011).
- Série 5: 1. JFK to LAX (2012). Série five picks up a few years after we last saw Hank Moody. He's living in New York and has moved on. After the unceremonious dumping of his latest girlfriend, Carrie, Hank's looking for a ticket out of town. Charlie calls with just such a ticket - a job on the Left Coast. Back in LA, Hank and Charlie drop in on the now-married Marcy and Stu Beggs. Stu rushes Hank off to a meeting with megarich hip-hop mogul Samurai Apocalypse.
- Série 5: 2. The Way of the Fist (2012).
- Série 5: 3. Boys & Girls (2012).
- Série 5: 4. Waiting for the Miracle (2012). Hank receives an unwelcomed surprise in the form of Carrie, ex-girlfriend. When Karen and Becca show up to invite Hank to a dinner party, he has no choice but to bring Carrie along. While Stu, Marcy and Bates' sex talk leaves the Van der Moody's searching for the nearest exit, the party gets out of control when Carrie makes a realization about Hank.
- Série 5: 5. The Ride-Along (2012). Charlie's boyhood dream is realized and Hank's worst nightmare comes true when Samurai Apocalypse invites the boys on a ride-along with the Santa Monica Police Department. While at a crowded Venice restaurant, Richard Bates hits the bottle, prompting a return engagement of the "Glorious Mangina."
- Série 5: 6. Love Song (2012).
- Série 5: 7. Here I Go Again (2012). It appears to be just like old times with Karen and Hank, but the moment is ruined by the arrival of a drunk Richard Bates. Hoping to save her from the misery of the situation, Hank quickly kicks Karen out of the house and takes off with Bates to piece together the events of the night before.
- Série 5: 8. Raw (2012). Hank finds himself stuck with the unpleasant task of reading Tyler's screenplay. Unfortunately for Hank, Tyler's hiding some talent under that head of hair. Even more unfortunate is the fact that the screenplay references Becca. Charlie and Lizzie's quadrilateral with Stu and Marcy heats up, but when MarStu's bedroom games hit too close to home for Charlie, it may be off to therapy for the four of them.
- Série 5: 9. At the Movies (2012).
- Série 5: 10. Perverts & Whores (2012). Hank, down an agent and best friend, finds reason to crash with his two favorite ladies -- Karen and Becca. There's still money to be made, so it's time for him to find new representation with Hollywood power agent Larry Levine. Lizzie's big break has arrived - a role in Santa Monica Cop, via a special favor from Stu Beggs. Charlie, distraught over his personal losses, seeks comfort from Marcy.
- Série 5: 11. The Party (2012). Hank has finally overstayed his welcome at the house of Karen and Richard Bates, so it's time to hit the road. But not before one last stop at Malibar, where he runs into Lizzie, who uses her newly acquired acting chops to lure him back to the Runkle Manor. Once there, Hank is surprised by everyone he loves and loathes - Karen, Becca, Charlie, Marcy, Stu, Bates and his creepy sponsor, Gabriel. Even Samurai Apocalypse and Kali show up. It's not a party until someone gets hurt. Luckily for these party-goers, Hank has it in him for one final run-in with Tyler.
- Série 5: 12. Hell Ain't a Bad Place to Be (2012). Hank hits the local watering-hole, only something's amiss. Not only does Mr. Moody find himself surrounded by shadowy figures, but the bartender is an old, departed friend. Is Hank dreaming or has he finally made it to hell? Next it's onto the set of Santa Monica Cop where Sam's jealousy - and fondness for firearms - gives Charlie an opportunity to show just how much he loves his best friend and number one client. Later, Hank's ex-girlfriend surprises him with a way for them to be together forever.
- Série 6: 1. The Unforgiven (2013).
- Série 6: 2. Quitters (2013).
- Série 6: 3. Dead Rock Stars (2013).
- Série 6: 4. Hell Bent for Leather (2013).
- Série 6: 5. Rock and a Hard Place (2013).
- Série 6: 6. In the Clouds (2013).
- Série 6: 7. The Dope Show (2013).
- Série 6: 8. Everybody's a Fucking Critic (2013).
- Série 6: 9. Mad Dogs and Englishmen (2013). Atticus throws a party. Faith provides the girls, The Dealer provides the recreation, and Hank's old friend provides the entertainment. Hank gets a taste of his own medicine with Karen. Atticus tries to recreate rock'n roll folk lore with one of his biggest fans, while Charlie reunites with The Widow.
- Série 6: 10. Blind Faith (2013).
- Série 6: 11. The Abby (2013). Hank and Faith join forces to track down Atticus. Surprisingly, Becca is the only person who can really help. Marcy's outing with Ophelia leaves her a little tied up. Charlie's response to a curious message reveals the true feelings between the two exes. Karen makes a revelation about Becca.
- Série 6: 12. I'll Lay My Monsters Down (2013). Hank makes a big decision about his future, which affects his future with Faith. Charlie and Marcy also make a decision. Troops must be rallied to ensure Atticus makes it to The Greek Theatre for his co-headlining gig with Marilyn Manson. A call from Becca and a visit from a dearly departed friend set Hank in motion.
- Série 7: 1. Levon (2014).
- Série 7: 2. Julia (2014).
- Série 7: 3. Like Father Like Son (2014).
- Série 7: 4. Dicks (2014).
- Série 7: 5. Getting the Poison Out (2014).
- Série 7: 6. Kickoff (2014).
- Série 7: 7. Smile (2014). Hank and Julia are now in conflict in between each other. And while visiting Julia as she works, Hank discovers that Julia's boss Dr. Dan, is also interested in Julia and wants to marry her. Meanwhile Charlie finds Krull working in a bar and decides to help with his memoir, while Marcy receives the previous offer Stu offered Charlie.
- Série 7: 8. 30 Minutes or Less (2014).
- Série 7: 9. Faith, Hope, Love (2014).
- Série 7: 10. Dinner with Friends (2014). After Hank invites Karen to a 1 on 1 dinner at Marcy and Charlies house. They get interrupted with a few unexpected guests, including Julia, Marcy, Charlie, Krull, Levon, Rick, Eddie Nero, Stu, and a prostitute. Various discussions and problems arise between the 11 of them.
- Série 7: 11. Daughter (2014). The show 'Santa Monica Cop' that Hank is working on gets canceled and not only him but the crew has to deal with it, Rick also gives Hank a suggestion. Marcy has to have sex with Stu so in return, Charlie gets to have sex with a girl but can't get one and we also find out a secret about Stu. Becca comes back to bring some news but finds out that Levon is her brother.
- Série 7: 12. Grace (2014). Hank tries to make everything good with every connection around him. He tries to get Levon a girlfriend, gives Julia a better man, repair his relationship with Karen, and all at the same time being okay with Becca's newly announced marriage.