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Suburban housewife and mom Tara Gregson sometimes just doesn't seem like herself, and with good reason: She's living with dissociative identity disorder, a condition that causes her to shift between multiple identities without warning. Her loving husband, Max, copes with the situation as best he can, but neither he nor their teenage kids, Kate and Marshall, can be sure who will greet them when they come home: Tara herself, or "T," a flirty teenager; Buck, a beer-swilling Vietnam vet with a violent streak; Alice, a perfect TV mom right out of the 1950s; or other alter egos in this dark comedy created and written by Academy Award winner Diablo Cody ("Juno").

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Tara and Max go to Boston for help from an expert; Neil and Charmaine prepare to move to Houston; Kate receives a life-changing proposal; Marshall considers his future.
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All alters but one disappear; Marshall moves in with his grandmother; Kate spends time with Evan; Neil asks Charmaine to move.
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Max and Marshall return home; Tara hides her new alter; Neil gets a job in Texas.
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Dr. Hattaras and Tara seek the help of another professional; Marshall's short film hurts his father's feelings; Charmaine spends time with a group of mothers; Kate continues her relationship with Evan.
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A corn maze scare; Tara's new alter; Max and Marshall's trip to N.Y.
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Tara urges Max to reunite his rock band; Dr. Hattaras turns Tara away from further sessions; Kate connects with Evan; Marshall and Noah interview Max for a project.
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Tara seems to be making improvements but Dr. Hattaras discovers something disconcerting on a tape of her therapy sessions; Neil invites Tara and Charmaine's mother to visit her grandchild.
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Tara tries to drop psychology; Charmaine and Neil struggle; Max is at odds with his boss; Kate prepares for flight attendant training.
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Tara and Charmaine are rushed to the hospital; Tara tries to make a deal with her alters; Marshall, Lionel and Noah use Charmaine's house; Kate is embarrassed.
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Tara transitions, causing problems for Charmaine; Max must get the approval of his eccentric mother; Kate meets a flight attendant.
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Tara transitions in a psychology class and gets humiliated by the professor; Max considers a business offer; Kate wants to teach English in Japan.
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Tara wants to earn her college degree; Kate tries to plan the next phase of her life; Charmaine avoids committing to Neil; Marshall and Lionel purchase a video camera together.
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Tara confronts her parents on Charmaine's wedding day; Kate and Marshall uncover a secret.
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Tara and Charmaine visit the woman from Tara's memories; Marshall begins to fall for Lionel; Kate tries to change herself; Neil leaves.
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Max holds an open house; Tara and Charmaine ask their mother about childhood memories; Marshall and Lionel go cruising.
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Tara hopes a family portrait will heal the family; Max distances himself from Pammy; Kate meets a man online.
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Tara prepares for an art show; Kate starts a controversial new business; Marshall and Lionel grow closer; Max makes a life-changing decision.
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A social worker's visit has Max in a tailspin; Tara horns in on Kate's friendship with Lynda; Courtney pushes Marshall.
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Shoshana takes charge and reveals long-buried secrets during a tornado.
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Max's outburst comes back to haunt him; Tara discovers that she is aware while Shoshana takes over; Kate's music video is an Internet hit; Charmaine gets surprising news.
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As a new alter emerges, Tara seeks a new therapist; Max struggles with Buck's infidelity; Charmaine has big news; Tara and Max disapprove of Kate's friendship.
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The truth emerges about Tara's alters; an alter brings out a new side of Max; Neil learns about Charmaine's engagement; Kate grows closer to Lynda; Marshall and Courtney experiment.
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Tara keeps her condition a secret; Max decides to flip the house; Charmaine asks to move in.
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A shocking event in the neighborhood reveals Tara's family secrets.
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Tara encounters an important person from her past and begins to heal some of her pain.
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Tara checks into a facility that specializes in dissociation.
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Tara goes into a meltdown when her therapist terminates treatment.
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Tara and Kate take a trip together, where a fight causes T to emerge; Max searches for answers about his wife's past.
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Max embraces his time with Alice when Tara is nowhere to be found; Marshall and Jason grow closer.
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Charmaine decides to get a breast augmentation and asks Tara to help with recovery; Buck appears at Charmaine's bedside; Kate counsels Marshall to play "hard-to-get."
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Tara and Charmaine's parents visit for a birthday, but have a secret agenda.
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Max and Charmaine pursue T when she steals Tara's car; Marshall throws a house party to get closer to his crush.
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Tara feels better as her mural progresses and she makes a new friend; Tiffany's curiosity leads to a setback.
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A date night with Max turns into a male-bonding session; Charmaine recommends Tara for a large mural project.
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When Tara feels that she is failing her children, she turns to her perfect homemaker personality for help.
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Tara Gregson tries to live a normal life with her family while suffering from multiple personalities.

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