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19-Apr-2019 12:04

Karen had an affair and that kind of sent Hank into whatever alcoholic and discriminate hooking up that he did and [that] became the hallmark of the show.

But whenever Hank and Karen were on, Hank did not fool around.

Then if nothing has changed how come we are saving so much more? As simple and insane as it may sound, this is the trick behind our increased savings rate. We jot down even a single rupee spent, put that under different categories and then at the end of the month, simply analyse it.

We figured out that there were so many leakages which were not necessarily adding any happiness to our lives.

And it all happened because we started tracking our expenses. So in most probability, Ankit would be running this blog.(“He’s a functioning alcoholic, I guess,” says Duchovny. He didn’t seem to buy into the whole recovery lingo.”) He has spent these past seven years angling to define his artistic voice (from Great American Novelist to reluctant TV staff writer), battling writer’s block; lusting after Karen, and engaging in ribald shenanigans with best friend/agent Charlie Runkle (Evan Handler) and on-and-off again wife Marcy (Pamela Adlon).He’s been in prison, on probation and on tour with a megalomaniac coked-up rock star with whom he’s penning a doomed-to-fail musical—all while enduring the dizzying pangs of parenthood. Throughout it all, it’s been Becca, his fiercely independent daughter—slash—precocious emotional foil (played to tonal perfection by Madeleine Martin), that has kept Hank in check.They have a straight line system as far as money is concerned. WARNING: “Californication” fans who have not watched the series finale should stop reading. Surrounded by passengers on a plane bound for New York, as it readies for take-off, Hank declares his undying love for the beautiful and neurotic Karen (Natascha Mc Elhone), his heart, his soul mate, the woman with whom he’s been enmeshed in an oft-maddening dance of ‘Will they? “The nightmares, the hangovers, the fucking and the punching, the gorgeous shimmering insanity of this city of ours, where, for years, I woke up, fucked up, said I was sorry, passed out and did it all over again. The guy gets the girls, she saves him from himself, fade to fucking black. “I’m just glad they didn’t make me memorize that speech,” Duchovny quips in an interview when asked about pulling off that final scene, a culmination of everything we’ve been hoping would happen for these two star-crossed Venetians (California, that is). Next thing I knew, I wanted to spend the rest of my life in the middle of that conversation,” Hank says of Karen early on in season 2.

And it all happened because we started tracking our expenses. So in most probability, Ankit would be running this blog.

(“He’s a functioning alcoholic, I guess,” says Duchovny. He didn’t seem to buy into the whole recovery lingo.”) He has spent these past seven years angling to define his artistic voice (from Great American Novelist to reluctant TV staff writer), battling writer’s block; lusting after Karen, and engaging in ribald shenanigans with best friend/agent Charlie Runkle (Evan Handler) and on-and-off again wife Marcy (Pamela Adlon).

He’s been in prison, on probation and on tour with a megalomaniac coked-up rock star with whom he’s penning a doomed-to-fail musical—all while enduring the dizzying pangs of parenthood. Throughout it all, it’s been Becca, his fiercely independent daughter—slash—precocious emotional foil (played to tonal perfection by Madeleine Martin), that has kept Hank in check.

They have a straight line system as far as money is concerned.

WARNING: “Californication” fans who have not watched the series finale should stop reading. Surrounded by passengers on a plane bound for New York, as it readies for take-off, Hank declares his undying love for the beautiful and neurotic Karen (Natascha Mc Elhone), his heart, his soul mate, the woman with whom he’s been enmeshed in an oft-maddening dance of ‘Will they? “The nightmares, the hangovers, the fucking and the punching, the gorgeous shimmering insanity of this city of ours, where, for years, I woke up, fucked up, said I was sorry, passed out and did it all over again. The guy gets the girls, she saves him from himself, fade to fucking black. “I’m just glad they didn’t make me memorize that speech,” Duchovny quips in an interview when asked about pulling off that final scene, a culmination of everything we’ve been hoping would happen for these two star-crossed Venetians (California, that is). Next thing I knew, I wanted to spend the rest of my life in the middle of that conversation,” Hank says of Karen early on in season 2.

But before I jump on to shoot down these questions one by one, a little about me first. Therefore my agreement is to the proposition that we (as a couple) reach to that stage ASAP. In case you are wondering how did the number of 12 years come from, then read this. And the testimony to that is that till about 10 months ago, we didn’t use to save much. But more importantly whatever we were saving was going straight into FDs (fixed deposits).