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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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Debbie shows up at the church with Franny; Ian brings Caleb to meet the family; Frank reveals that Sean is a practicing junkie; Sean is desperate to keep his son in his life.
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Frank offers to pay for Fiona's reception; when Sean worries that Frank will only hurt Fiona in the end, he confronts Frank.
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Sean moves into the Gallagher house; Fiona plans a traditional wedding; Kev is unhappy about the green card marriage.
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Fiona tries to make amends with Sean, who is uncooperative; Debbie and Queenie travel with Frank to a rural commune.
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Fiona tries to get Sean's son to like her, but when he starts warming up to her, he takes a gun from the Gallagher house.
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Carl struggles with Nick's absence, inviting his friends to the Gallagher home for a party; Frank and Queenie rule the house; Debbie returns.
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Ian's relationship with Caleb gets more serious; Lip is called to appear before a disciplinary committee.
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Frank helps Erica through the cancer concierge process; Debbie works to be a shoulder for Tyler to lean on; Lip tries to protect Helene.
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Fiona confronts Patrick about the eviction notice, and must pursue a mortgage; Ian bakes cookies for the firehouse.
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Frank teaches Debbie how to work the welfare system; Kevin and Veronica visit Yanis in the hospital to make amends.
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Hoping to prove Fiona wrong, Debbie carries a bag of flour around all day, but she quickly realizes that people are less than accommodating.
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Frank's new found appreciation for life freaks everyone out; Fiona is determined to get Ian to take his meds; Debbie takes a pregnancy test.
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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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Frank searches for ways to finance Ingrid's vision for their future; Fiona's anger issues cause problems at Patsy's; Lip is forced to confront his real feelings for Tami; Kelly's father attempts to get in the middle of her relationship with Carl.
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Fiona's downward spiral continues; Carl and Kelly continue their relationship in secret; Ingrid ropes Frank into fulfilling her lifelong dream; Tami shows Lip a different version of adulthood.
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Debbie finds Fiona at a low point and helps her pick up the pieces as Fiona continues to face pressure from Max Whitford on her investment hubris; Frank enjoys the honeymoon period of his relationship with Ingrid.
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Frank employs Liam to help him chase down a romantic connection; Fiona struggles to keep up with the demands of her new investment as Ford pushes her to get serious about their relationship.

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