What do these emojis even mean?!
An inside joke, if you will!
Here's what Blake sent her hunky husband on Twitter:
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Considering their insane chemistry as FBI agents working to expose government conspiracies and the existence of the paranormal, we wouldn't be surprised. In fact, we'd be THRILLED!
They have both had their fair share of romantic trouble over the course of their lives. She's been divorced twice, while he split with Téa Leoni in the summer of 2011.
The rumor floating around suggests that
Well THIS should certainly be inneresting!
Although the fifth season of Californication wrapped in April, production is already well-underway on the sixth, and it appears that David Duchovny and Harry from Sex & The City will be getting an unexpected visitor sometime soon…in the form of Marilyn Manson!
According to reports, the rock star will be playing himself in the seventh episode, and will have an encounter with
This is inneresting…
Tom Kapinos, the creator of Showtime's Californication, has revealed that a spinoff series could be in the works!
Will it follow Hank Moody's daughter in her college years? Mia's rise to greatness in the literary world? Charlie Runkle becoming a studio executive?
Nope! None of that, which is good because we wouldn't want to see that anyway. Ha!
Turns out the show would revolve around
X-Files writer Frank Spotnitz is all about writing a conclusive feature film for the alien-based mystery franchise, and for the first time, Skully and Moulder agree on this one!
Hank is going to Broadway!!
No, the show is NOT being turned into Broadway play! (That would be WAY too dirty for the stage!)
Season 6 of Californication will be set in the fabulous theater district of NYC.
The reason behind the move is…. (SPOILER ALERT!) David Duchovny's character, Hank, will be producing a stage play based on his novel.
A show insider said:
The FOX network is set to turn 25, and for its birthday it has invited some oldies but goodies to the television party!!
Along with a special revival of In Living Color, FOX plans on getting together David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson and X-Files creator Chris Carter for a segment in which they will (maybe??) answer all those unanswered nagging questions about what was really 'out there.'
Noooooooo! Don't leave us, Hank Moody!
During a recent interview, David Duchovny announced to the world that he'd like to see his Californication character die:
"I always wanted to see Hank die. I always like the idea of a character on television dying just so you’re never going to have to come back and do it again."
While we could absolutely support the idea of killing off a character for artistic reasons, we think it's kind of lameballs that David would want his character dead JUST so he wouldn't have to reprise his role.
What do U think? Would U like to see the death of Hank Moody???