Hey BFFs — don’t YOU love the many alter egos of Toni Collette’s character, Tara? We do!
Season two of the brilliant and hysterical series United States of Tara — written by Juno scribe Diablo Cody — premieres March 22 on Showtime — and after hearing star Toni Collette dish about Tara’s latest adventures with her many alter egos, we guarantee you don’t want to miss it!
“I guess the difference between season one and season two, in terms of the lives of the alter [egos], is that season one they were pretty punchy and forthright and in season two, Tara is trying to get more of a hold on her life and she ultimately thinks she has gotten rid of the [others] so they start to emerge and freak her out as well,” the Australian actress, 37, says.
As all you Tara junkies know, Tara thought she had conquered her battle with dissociative identity disorder — but unfortunately, in season two, her alter egos come back bigger and badder than ever. Just don’t expect said personalities to be wearing their genre-specific outfits anymore.
“[The alters] don’t have their costumes, so to speak,” Toni explains. “This year, Alice doesn’t have her pearls and her ’50s dresses and Buck doesn’t have his combat boots.”
Will YOU be watching the season premiere of The United States of Tara March 22? Tell us what you think of this edgy Showtime dramedy!