Toni Collette is where this series begins and ends. On the back of her massive talent the idea of an actress realistically portraying a women with multiple personalities is not so far out there. Collette gets to be a myriad of out there characters on the show and whether she is playing a 1950s housewife, a beer drinking Vietnam veteran or an infant she is wonderful. Season one was strong and for the most part season two keeps up the trend.
Episode 1: Yes: Tara (played by Toni Collette) has to adjust to live without her alters as they haven't appeared in months.
Episode 2: Trouble Junction: Tara is not telling her family about her condition and Charmaine (played by Rosemarie DeWitt) wants to move in.
Episode 3: The Truth Hurts: Tara's family realizes that the alters have returned.
Episode 4: You Becoming You: Tara finds the name of her new therapist in a borrowed book.
Episode 5: Doin' Time: Tara's newest alter turns out to be a great therapist.
Episode 6: Tornado!: Tara and her family are trapped in the basement due to a tornado.
Episode 7: Department of F'd Up Family Services: The Gregsons are checked out by a social worker sent by The Department of Family Services.
Episode 8: Explosive Diorama: Kate (played by Brie Larson) starts a new business while Tara and Lynda (plays by Viola Davis) get ready for their art show.
Episode 9: The Family Portrait: In an effort to reconnect with her family, Tara starts working on a family portrait.
Episode 10: Open House: After remodeling a neighbor's house, Max (played by John Corbett) hosts an open house.
Episode 11: To Have and To Hold: Kate changes for her new, older boyfriend.
Episode 12: From This Day Forward: It is the day of Charmaine and Nick's (played by Matthew Del Negro) wedding and secrets are revealed about Charmaine and Tara's childhood.
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