United States of Tara

Season 2 Episode 6

Torando!

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Aired Monday 10:30 PM Apr 26, 2010 on Showtime

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  • Trivia

    • Courtney tells Marshall that they can make their relationship work though Marshall is homosexual like Clay Aiken and his baby mama. Clay Aiken, an American pop singer who made the second place of the second American Idol season, became the father of a boy in August 2008. A month later, Aiken made his homosexuality public.

    • Music: "Sea Cruise" by Frankie Ford, "Apples and Pairs" by Slow Club

  • Quotes

    • Max: And she lied about finding a therapist.
      Shoshana: Well, Tara did locate a therapist, Max.
      Max: I... I know, Shoshana. But the therapist she located is her.

    • Kate: Will you take me?
      Charmaine: Normally, yes, but since your dad got busted for assault, I'm trying to stay on his good side.

    • Kate: So, how's the break-up coming?
      Marshall: It's kind of... still in process.
      Kate: It's been two weeks. You can't break up with someone for two weeks.

    • Marshall: (talking about his attempts to break up with Courtney) She is fine with no sex.
      Kate: Okay, baby steps.
      Marshall: But... she said she wants to be a celibate power couple.
      Kate: Celibate power couple?
      Marshall: Yeah.
      Kate: That is the stupidest idea I've ever heard.

    • Hany: You always been so smart?
      Marshall: Kind of have to be around here, or the system eats you alive.

    • Charmaine: (to Max) Hey, is that ten gallons of water or are you just happy to see me?

    • Ted: It's pretty amazing, actually, how much she's like the real Shoshana.
      Charmaine: If by "amazing" you mean "makes you want to shove a stick in her eye," then you're totally right.

    • Ted: The only real difference between Tara's Shoshana and the real one is the real one's got this killer lisp.
      Charmaine and Max: Don't tell Tara that.

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