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.
Did You Know?
Ildy Modrovich and Tom Kapinos work together on the hit Netflix TV Show "Lucifer". In the scene where Lucifer and Trixie meet for the first time, (S01E01) Trixie says, "You can call me Trixie" Lucifer responds with, "Isn't that a hooker's name?" Trixie is the name of the prostitute in this episode. See more
At the beginning of this episode Hank picks up his dad at the airport. They get in the Porsche with the broken headlight. This is a flashback to the period when the movie based on Hank's book was filmed. At that time the headlight of his Porsche was not yet broken, as was shown in the first episode. See more
I'm sorry about your old man. You know, he was a good guy.
No he was not. He used to say you looked like a walking penis.
Well, that's not very nice.
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