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Oscar-nominated actor William H. Macy stars as Frank Gallagher, a single father of six who spends much of his free time drinking at bars. The Gallagher children -- led by oldest daughter Fiona (Emmy Rossum), who takes on much of the child-rearing responsibility due to her mother's absence -- manage to raise themselves in spite of Frank's lack of parenting and unusual parenting style when he does choose to act like a father. The drama is an adaptation of the BAFTA Award-winning British show of the same name.

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Fiona deals with the consequences of sleeping with Craig Heisner; Debbie develops a stress-rash.
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Fiona connects with her high school crush, who is married; Frank is eager to stay in Dottie's good graces; Debbie is obsessed with death; Kevin considers buying the Alibi; Lip meets with a colonel.
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Frank finds a new financial plan with Dottie; Fiona juggles her job, kids and love life.
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Fiona enjoys her youth by bartending and hanging out with a young exec; Debbie runs a daycare.
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Steve tries to convince Fiona to skip town; Frank and Karen's secret is revealed; Fiona must get Ian and Lip out of jail.
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Fiona finds a new friend; Tony begins to unravel the truth about Steve; Lip and Ian hunt for Ian's father.
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The children question their paternity; Karen accepts Eddie's invitation; Frank uses Carl.
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Frank needs his ex-wife's signature on documents; Fiona moves in with Steve; Monica wants to take baby Liam with her.
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Sheila worries when Frank gives up drinking; Fiona scrambles to earn money; Lip meets with a college professor.
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Frank takes a risk when thugs demand the money he owes them; Fiona agrees to a night away with Steve.
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Fiona tries to prove the Gallagher home is suitable for rehabilitating a delinquent; Frank's poor business skill has negative consequences.
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The family schemes a fake wedding when they learn of a substantial dowry; Frank gets bad medical news; Steve looks for a new car.
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Debbie steals a little boy from a birthday party; a web of lies results in a marriage proposition.
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Fiona turns her attentions to a cop; Ian is targeted by the brothers of a girl he spurned; the family searches for Aunt Ginger.
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Frank goes missing and turns up in Toronto with no idea how he got there.
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A drunken father is of no use to his family; Fiona meets a handsome stranger; Lip learns his brother is gay.
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As the Gallaghers decide what to do with a bedridden Frank, Fiona has to make a decision about her future; Carl and Debbie share their heartbreak together; Lip has to deal with a distressed Tami.
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Frank's injury gets in the way of everyone's plans; Fiona attempts to get her life back on track; Lip grows frustrated with his relationship with Tami; Carl gets some bad news about his future; Debbie finally makes a move on Kelly.
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When a blackout hits the South Side, Kevin and Veronica come up with a plan to bring the neighborhood together; Carl grows suspicious of Debbie's attempts to get closer with Kelly; Fiona receives guidance from an unexpected person.
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The finals of the Hobo Games have arrived and Frank faces off against his friend and greatest opponent; Lip prepares to officially adopt Xan, but his plans collide with Fiona's partying; Debbie develops feelings for someone surprising.
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Frank meets his match in a fellow participant in the Hobo Loco competition; Fiona has a dark encounter at Patsy's that scares her into cleaning up her act; Debbie throws herself into home improvements as she gets closer with Kelly.

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