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S02E01: Yes
Showtime  ·  28 minutes  ·  Original Broadcast: March 22, 2010

Directed by: Craig Zisk  |  Written by: Diablo Cody

Official synopsis: The Gregsons donate all of the clothing of Tara’s alters to charity. Kate had graduated early from high school after skipping a grade. She has gotten her diploma and now has a full-time job.

Marshall makes a new friend named Lionel. Tara is on a new medication and dissociation-free. Max is having success at his job. Charmaine and Nick get closer, and the Gregsons function happily.

Then a reclusive neighbor of the Gregsons’ commits suicide, and the family unexpectedly is given responsibility of the house. The Gregsons make friends with Ted and Hanny, a homosexual couple who live nearby.

Meanwhile, Nick asks Charmaine to marry him. Buck begins flirting with a bartender named Pammy who he has a crush on, and who is unaware of the fact that he is really one of Tara’s alters.

Please note that recaps feature spoilers on the individual episode.
This recap was written by Matt Richenthal for TV Fanatic, March 23, 2010

Last night marked the season premiere of United States of Tara. For those of you who do not have Showtime, we definitely recommend calling your cable/satellite provider and getting it pronto! This is an amazing show about the life of a multiple personality person and how it brings a sense of familiarity and uniqueness to the normal family life (husband, wife, and two and a half kids).

It was interesting to see that while we’ve been away from the Gregsons, Tara has remarkably been able to not change into one of her personalities (yes, the meds may be the reason why and we still do not know the effect it has on her). It has been going so great that she even donates all of their clothes. In “Yes”, the whole family is doing amazing as a unit. Kate graduates early, Marshall’s made a new group of friends, and even Charmaine has a wonderful boyfriend who proposes. But all good things must come to an end, and it was interesting that the writers would have it be Buck that comes back first.

Buck now has a love interest – Pammy – played by the unforgettable Joey Lauren Adams. She is a bartender at a local dive bar that Tara meets out with Max. What made Tara’s alter come back? We would have to guess it is because the neighbor committed suicide. Something in Tara snapped when she went to his house. The house itself represents an alternate world for Tara. It is set on the same street that she lives on, but everything about this house is different from hers. Perhaps this is the reason why she lets herself go….again. We can’t wait to see what happens next and how everything will change once her family realizes that the alters are back.

Guest Cast: Joey Lauren Adams (Pammy), Matthew Del Negro (Nick Hurley), Michael Hitchcock (Ted Mayo), Zosia Mamet (Courtney), Sammy Sheik (Hany), Michael J. Willett (Lionel), Matt Braunger (Jarrett), Jessica Chaffin (Mrs. Fox), Alice Hunter (Unique), Tye Olson (Alex), Maura Soden (Jana Hubbard)