United States of Tara: Season 3, Episode 11

Crunchy Ice (13 Jun. 2011)

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Life at the Gregson house is fast deteriorating with Tara's alter Bryce in clear control, eliminating two of her other alters. Max is desperate to speak to Tara but Bryce will not let her ... See full summary »

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Life at the Gregson house is fast deteriorating with Tara's alter Bryce in clear control, eliminating two of her other alters. Max is desperate to speak to Tara but Bryce will not let her emerge. Charmaine thinks the time has come to have Tara committed but Max is adamantly opposed. Neil even suggests that they move away. That Max's mother Sandy moves in with them only adds to the mayhem. A violent incident leads Max to an inevitable decision. Written by garykmcd

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Neil sings a lullaby about how he is reading his favorite comic book, Planetary, while cradling the baby to sleep. Later, in the graveyard, he mentions it again. Planetary is a limited series (ie. finite story) that run from 1998 to 2009. It was written by Warren Ellis, who also wrote the graphic novel Red that was liberally adapted into the 2010 Bruce Wills movie. A Pilot based on Ellis' limited series Global Frequency was made in 2005, but the planned TV series never got made. See more »

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The death notice that Neil reads for Bryce defines Bryce's death as being on December 25, 2002 - with the funeral date being January 2, 2002. See more »

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References Bicycle Thieves (1948) See more »

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