Season 1, Episode 4
|Airdate||February 8th, 2009|
|Producer||Dan Kaplow; Alexa Junge; Diablo Cody; Darryl Frank; Justin Falvey; Steven Spielberg; Jill Soloway; Craig Gillespie; Dave Finkel; Brett Baer; Steven Mesner|
|Starring||Toni Collette; John Corbett; Rosemarie DeWitt; Keir Gilchrist; Brie Larson|
"Inspiration" is the fourth episode of season one of the American dramedy series United States of Tara. It was directed by Mark Mylod with a script written by Alexa Junge. The episode aired on Showtime on Monday, February 8th, 2009 at 10:30 pm.
Principal Cast Edit
|Toni Collette||Tara Gregson|
|John Corbett||Max Gregson|
|Rosemarie DeWitt||Charmaine Craine|
|Keir Gilchrist||Marshall Gregson|
|Brie Larson||Kate Gregson|
Guest Stars Edit
|Nate Corddry||Gene Stuart|
|Valerie Mahaffey||Doctor Ocean|
|Jessica St. Clair||Tiffany St. Claire|
|Rob Moran||Pastor Hitch Maurio|
|Jason Sarayba||Korean son|
|Ryan Flynn||Dishwasher brother|
|Lucille Soong||Korean grandmother|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- Production crew members Dan Kaplow, Alexa Junge, Diablo Cody, Darryl Frank, Justin Falvey, and Steven Spielberg are all credited during the main title sequence of the series.
- Production crew members Jill Soloway, Craig Gillespie, Dave Finkel, and Brett Baer are all credited during the opening title sequence of this episode.
- Associate producer Steven Mesner is credited during the end-credit sequence of this episode.
- This is the first episode of United States of Tara directed by Mark Mylod. He writes two episodes of the series in total.
- This is the first episode of United States of Tara written by Mark Mylod. She writes six episodes of the series in total.
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