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United States of Tara - Season 1

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A wife and mother of two teens who suffers from dissociative identity disorder has to suffer from multiple personalities. Coping with it all is never easy, but it's always funny.
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Linda Stasi
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January 18, 2009

Problem is this dramedy is neither funny nor sad. What next? Fun with diabetes?
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Matthew Gilbert
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January 18, 2009

I'm on board with "Tara," but so far mostly for the supporting characters.
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Kirsten Markson
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January 18, 2009

While the portrayal of the disorder is gimmicky, the show sustains a particular charm, thanks to solid performances and its honest treatment of the complex relationships in this unconventional family.
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Troy Patterson
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January 18, 2009

It will be interesting to see if future episodes address [the] trauma while maintaining the half-frivolous tone of this smart aleck's answer to Bewitched, I Dream of Jeannie, and sundry other sitcoms about the voodoo of domestic happiness.
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Rob Owen
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January 18, 2009

"Tara" has something lacking in other Showtime series: heart.
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Robert Abele
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January 18, 2009

Stick a laugh track on it and it wouldn't feel much different from a generic family sitcom with a gimmick, where one-liners trump characterization.
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Maureen Ryan
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January 18, 2009

Doesn't "Tara" have a great premise? Well, yes, but so far that's just about all the show has.
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Nancy DeWolf Smith
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January 18, 2009

Forcing kids to cope is a form of battery, resulting so far in a tragically sexualized daughter and a desperate son. Not funny.
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David Hinckley
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January 18, 2009

It's got a good shot, and at its best, it reaffirms an observation by that wise folk philosopher Kinky Friedman: Anything worth crying can be smiled.
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Emily Nussbaum
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January 18, 2009

A flawed but fascinating series.
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