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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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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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Frank's new liver medication comes with tragic side effects; Ian tries to get away from Fiona's hovering; Lip has to keep himself occupied during a day of temptation; Carl makes a connection at a West Point mixer.
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Election day puts Frank and Fiona in a head-to-head battle as they each try to round up votes for their candidates; Lip makes a choice about Xan's future; with his trial looming, Ian struggles to decide how to plead.
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Ian, Carl, Lip and Debbie figure out how to pay off a meth dealer; Fiona battles with a vindictive tenant; Lip cares for Professor Youens; Frank attains sainthood.
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Frank and Monica have a proposal; Lip buckles under the pressure to get sober; Fiona sees a business opportunity; Kev and V try to start a new chapter.
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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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Jimmy's return sends Fiona into chaos; Ian steals Mickey and Svetlana's baby; Sammi takes over the Gallagher house; Debbie starts high school; Veronica decides to separate from Kevin.
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Frank faces obstacles in his new role; Fiona prepares to close her real estate deal; Carl enlists V to help him get a recommendation from a congressman; Xan has a medical emergency; Ian embarks on a spiritual journey.
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Fiona pursues a risky investment opportunity: Frank discovers the financial incentives of local politics; Carl bolsters his West Point application in unexpected ways; Ian is overwhelmed by the growth of the Gay Jesus movement.
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Frank gets into trouble with the Hopkins Academy PTA; Fiona struggles with her decision to bail Ian out of jail, while he continues his Gay Jesus antics inside.
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Fiona taps into her roots to get the homeless family out of her apartment; Ian hides from the authorities; Lip makes a difficult decision; Carl wants to return to school; Frank wants to take advantage of Liam's friend.
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Fiona's homeless tenants barricade themselves in her apartment; Lip takes in Sierra and Lucas; Ian provides sanctuary to a runaway teen; Frank considers retirement.
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Ian's fame may be more than he can handle; Fiona struggles with her conscience; Lip has a realization about his relationship with Youens.
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Frank's business sends him on a run through the north; Ian's run-in with a minister brings about unexpected allies; Fiona tries to fit in with Ford's friends; Carl's girlfriend has separation anxiety; Lip considers telling Sierra about Charlie.
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Frank starts an import-export business; Fiona considers moving into her own place; Lip interviews new sponsors; Ian confronts a pastor; Debbie deals with unemployment.
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Ian tests Fiona's patience with an "Occupy Fiona" protest; Lip tries to get Prof. Youens to court for his DUI trial; Frank searches for a job; Carl gets a feisty new client.
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Fiona reflects on her life after the death of a tenant; Debbie has a pregnancy scare; Lip seeks Carl's help to search for his sponsor; Frank has a credit card.
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Fiona tries to raise the profile of the neighborhood; Ian helps Trevor raise money for a youth shelter; Carl loses his scholarship; Lip stands up to a friend; Frank teaches parents about the working class.
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Fiona is shaken by the past; Frank becomes popular in the PTA; Lip discovers another disadvantage to sobriety; Ian crosses a boundary; Kev meets his birth family.
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Frank joins the workforce; Fiona has to evict someone from her building; Lip wants to sabotage Charlie's chances with Sierra; Ian and Carl make a discovery about Monica; Kev prepares for surgery.
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Carl sells the family inheritance; Fiona wants to focus on her apartment building; Lip struggles with a sacrifice; Frank tries to make amends.

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