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Tuning In Episode 23: United States of Tara, The Truth Hurts/You Becoming You

Buck and Marshall continue to experiment with romance, in “The Truth Hurts”. Then, in “You Becoming You”, Marshall comes out to his father, and a new alter comes out to Max. iTunes RSS

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Tuning In Episode 22: United States of Tara, Yes/Trouble Junction

The second season of United States of Tara┬ástarts off with a declaration of independence, in “Yes”. Later, in “Trouble Junction”, the declaration of independence is revealed to be a lie. iTunes RSS

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Tuning In Episode 20: United States of Tara, Possibility/Betrayal

Tara and Kate go on a road trip, in “Possibility”, but get interrupted by T. Then, in “Betrayal”, T interrupts Marshall’s budding relationship with Jason, and things get hot. iTunes RSS

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Tuning In Episode 19: United States of Tara, Alterations/Abundance

Charmaine needs her sister, but instead she gets a surprisingly caring Buck, in “Alterations”. Then, in “Abundance”, Alice believes she has someone new to care for. iTunes RSS

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Tuning In Episode 18: United States of Tara, Revolution/Transition

T returns in “Revolution” and Marshall uses this as an opportunity to throw the most realistic teenage party ever featured on television. Then, in “Transition”, we spend almost the entire episode with Tara, who is desperately trying not to transition while her parents are visiting. We’ve all been there. iTunes RSS

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Tuning In Episode 17: United States of Tara, Work/Inspiration

In “Work”, Tara gets a commission, Kate starts her job, and Marshall discovers boys. In “Inspiration”, Tara loses her commission, Kate loses some respect, and Max loses his EpiPen. iTunes RSS

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Tuning In Episode 16: United States of Tara, Pilot/Aftermath

Tuning In is moving on from science fiction and into family drama/comedy (don’t call them dramedies) by diving into the somewhat forgotten but well worth watching United States of Tara (2009-11.) In “Pilot”, the first episode, we meet several characters, only some of whom have their own bodies. Then, in “Aftermath”, Tara deals with the …

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