The United States of Tara Season 2 Episode 10 “Open House.”  » TV  »
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  • I like all the episodes of this show but this one in particular was well written


    • by mamajess
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      I highly recommend this show to everyone. This is a great show with clever dialog and wonderful acting. The main character, Tara, played by Toni Collette is a woman who suffers from multiple personality disorder. She has a handful of personalities we get to see in each episode. There is Buck, the male personality, Shoshona the

      psychologist, T the teen, the personality who pees on people and we rarely see and the strict 1950’s housewife. In this episode we get to see Buck and the housewife.

      I like all the episodes of this show but this one in particular was well written. We have just learned that Tara’s sister is carrying a baby who was ...


      • not conceived by her fiance and there is drama and a conclusion to that in this episode. We get to also see Tara deal with her husband’s infidelity and see Buck react and physically attack Max, Tara’s husband for this infidelity.

        This show does a great job of making something big happen just before the end of each

        show to leave the viewer wanting more. This episode ends with Tara changing into her alter Buck and Buck beating Max up. Just before she changed she was being loving and telling him in bed that she forgave him. This is such a clever show and a great episode because you do not expect the rapid transformation that occurs.




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