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In the early seasons, Debbie is often stressed by her adult responsibilities but is upset that she doesn't get the recognition for it. When she was a child she called out Fiona for making her play both sides and was told to "act like a kid" by Fiona when Child Protective Services come over, despite Fiona wanting her to contribute like an adult when bills need to get paid.
In season 2, she meets her paternal grandmother and they bond when she gifts Debbie a laptop that she continues to own for most of the series.
In season 3, Debbie becomes a teenager and is more rebellious, disrespectful, and secretive like her siblings. In season 4, her friends Holly and Ellie glamorize sexual promiscuity.
Debbie meets the twenty-year-old Matty and tries to seduce him, but is rejected because of their age disparity. Debbie becomes jealous of Matty's girlfriend, Seema.
Debbie makes harassing calls to Seema at work, puts a snake in her car, and plans to stab Seema with a homemade shank.
As revenge, Seema hires a boy in Debbie's class to humiliate her. Matty then breaks up with Seema and says he has committed himself to Debbie because even though Debbie was horrible first, Seema "is the adult.
At a party, Debbie rapes an intoxicated Matty after which he leaves and tells Debbie to never speak to him again.
Debbie then meets Derek and begins a relationship with him. By the end of the season, she gets pregnant on purpose in the hopes that it will Derek want to marry her, believing a happy family is the solution to all her troubles.
Derek, unable to accept the responsibilities of fatherhood and angry at Debbie for deceiving him, moves in with his grandparents in Florida and cuts off all contact with Debbie.
Derek's family points out that Debbie was too busy trying to trap Derek into fatherhood and marriage that she never listened to his hopes and dreams.
Despite this, Debbie resolves to keep the baby, still believing Derek will return. Her decision to have a child creates a major rift between herself and Fiona, who refuses to raise yet another child, resulting in Debbie briefly living elsewhere temporarily.
Debbie gives birth to a baby girl named Frances Harriet Gallagher named after Frank on the Gallagher's kitchen table towards the end of season 6.
She initially struggles with new motherhood but refuses help from her family, although she later gives in after exhaustion causes her to accidentally drop Franny.
In season 7, Debbie continues to struggle as a single mom, especially with Fiona threatening to kick her out if she cannot pay her share of the rent.
She considers several avenues for making money, including prostitution and panhandling. DCFS pays her a visit after a video of her fighting a woman while holding Franny is posted online.
Debbie's perceived failures as a mother causes Derek's family to take Franny away, although Debbie later regains custody with Monica's help.
In an effort to provide a better life for her daughter, Debbie takes the GED and drops out of high school and enrolls in welding school.
She also begins a relationship of convenience with Sierra's disabled brother, Neil, and moves in with him. In season 8, she combines working in a parking lot with taking care of her daughter.
She begins hanging out with some friends from her welding classes, including a man she later has sex with.
Her involvement in her social life causes her to neglect Neil, who breaks up with her. Faced with the need to earn money to continue paying for her welding classes, she begins working clandestine welding jobs at night.
However, she is later injured on the job when a large pipe crushes her foot. She can't afford the cost of the operation to fix her toes, so Frank helps her amputate them, Gallagher style.
She is stunned when Derek returns, resolved to be involved in his daughter's life. He later offers shared custody, which Debbie rejects.
In season 9, she begins working as a welder on a stable basis. Talking to her classmates, she realizes that she earns less than her male colleagues and begins fighting for an equal wage.
Through this fight against the patriarchy, she meets a woman named Alexandra, and they become friends. However, the two later hook up, causing Debbie to come to terms with her sexuality.
However, the relationship comes to an end when Alex believes Debbie is merely going through a phase and does not want to be hurt by another straight girl.
Debbie later falls in love with Kelly, Carl's girlfriend, but is rejected. Debbie begins to assume more responsibility in the Gallagher household, especially after Fiona spirals out of control.
In season 10, Debbie rules the household with an iron fist following Fiona's departure. However, she has secretly been overspending on expensive clothing, which she wears several times before returning.
She hides the clothes in a secret storage locker, which is later discovered by Frank and Mikey. Debbie begins a relationship with Claudia, and later has sex with Claudia's underage daughter Julia.
A jealous Claudia reports Debbie to police, and Debbie is last seen running down an alley to escape after officers arrive at the Gallagher house to arrest her for statutory rape.
He initially shares a room with Lip and Ian, who try to keep their more adult interests from him. Carl is often in trouble at school for attacking other students.
In his early years, he displays several psychopathic tendencies such as mutilating his toys and killing stray animals, although this behavior seems to wane as he ages.
He also displays concern for his father Frank and is one of the few children to call him Dad, although this loyalty weakens as Carl grows up and becomes more aware of Frank's deceptions.
In season 3, Carl bonds with Frank when the latter convinces him he has cancer for a scheme although he is later "cured". He is later placed in a foster home after Frank calls DCFS on the family, but returns once Fiona files for legal guardianship of her siblings.
While bonding with Frank, he is nearly arrested for stealing from his former foster parents before Frank assumes full responsibility. During season 4, when Frank is dying from liver failure, Carl takes it upon himself to find his father an organ donor and meets his half-sister Sammi, and her son.
He later begins a whirlwind relationship of crime with a girl named Bonnie, and is devastated when she leaves. After Frank survives his liver transplant, he shares a beer and hug with Carl to thank him for his help in saving him.
In season 5, he has grown up more and begins selling drugs for a local gang which Fiona discourages and Frank encourages.
Carl later uses his nephew Chuckie in his illicit schemes, but both are caught and sentenced to juvenile detention.
Although Fiona begs Carl to betray his gang associates to receive a lesser sentence, Carl refuses as he wants the "street cred" juvie will give him.
He is later accepted by the gang for his loyalty. In season 6, he leaves juvie and immerses himself into gang culture.
He begins selling firearms with his friend Nick. After someone steals his bike, Nick murders the kid and gets arrested. Carl is traumatized by this and decides to give up his criminal ways.
However, he is pistol whipped and threatened by his superiors when he refuses to do a drug run. Frank fills in for him but it is Sean who helps Carl get out of the drug business and gets him a job at Patsy's.
Carl enters into a relationship with Dominique and loses his virginity to her. He later decides to be a cop after spending the day with her father.
In season 7, he learns that Dominique cheated on him when he tests negative for an STD she contracted, causing the two to break up.
He eventually enrolls in military school with the help of Dominique's father. During Season 8, Carl becomes much more responsible and mature thanks to his time in military school.
He also begins a makeshift detox business in the family's basement, where he meets Kassidi, an impulsive, unpredictable rich girl who ran away from home.
The two begin dating, and eventually marry. Eventually, Kassidi's clingy behavior becomes too much and Carl leaves her and returns to military school.
In season 9, Carl becomes a corporal cadet in military school. Kassidi followed him and set up camp outside the school gates.
Her presence proves to be an annoyance to Carl, and threatens his promotion. One of his cadets "takes care" of Kassidi though it is never truly confirmed in an attempt to gain Carl's approval.
When Carl returns home he plans on applying to West Point. He manages to get a recommendation letter from a senator with some help from V, and begins volunteering at Soothing Horizons, a business that euthanizes elderly and terminally ill dogs.
However, he cannot bring himself to kill the dogs, and takes them home to die peacefully in the basement. During a West Point aspirants' party, he meets Kelly, the daughter of a strict military man, and the two begin dating.
Carl soon becomes jealous of Kelly's friendship with Debbie, fearing the two will fall in love. His paranoia causes Kelly to break up with him.
He begins working at Captain Bob's, a seafood fast-joint, to make money. His break up with Kelly, as well as rejection from West Point, causes him to lose hope in his future and decide to not return to military school.
He changes his mind after Kelly reveals she loves him, and the two reconcile. In Season 10, Carl graduates from military school and continues his relationship with Kelly.
Carl also get his job at Captain Bob's back and takes an interest in a new coworker. He helps her with a scam, in exchange for half profit.
To Carl's shock, he learns he is the father to twins due to Frank using Carl's sperm to impregnate the former's ex-girlfriend.
He is African-American and was initially thought to be the result of his mother's supposed affair with an AA sponsor, parole officer, or bouncer, though a DNA test reveals that he is Frank's son.
It is suggested that this is because Frank may have been the result of his own mother's affair with a black man, with the genes passing onto Liam.
Season 10 revealed that Monica's grandfather was the one who had had an affair. During season 2, Liam is taken because of Frank's bad bet and the family amasses money to reclaim him.
In season 4, Liam ingests Fiona's cocaine and possibly suffers brain damage but recovers. Since Frank still had parental rights, he is needed to get Liam out of the hospital.
Lip cares for him as he does not trust Fiona to do so, while Carl fights off bullies who tease Liam for potentially being mentally retarded.
During season 7, he has grown up considerably. He is shown to be the only Gallagher child who is still loyal to Frank after they turn against him. Frank "disowns" his other children and takes Liam with him.
Despite warnings from his siblings of their father's habits, Frank treats Liam better than he did the rest of his children. When the family finds Frank started a homeless shelter, Frank turns all but Liam away since they are now against him.
Liam soon starts school but finds it closed due to a lack of children due to gentrification. Frank later helps him gain admission to a fancy private school with paid tuition.
Liam thanks his father by hugging him as he goes off, with a proud Frank looking on. Frank is allowed to take Liam to school, which is a stepping stone to his acceptance by the family.
From his time with him, Liam starts to take more after his father. During season 8, he spends more time with his father, who decides to change his ways and sees Liam as his last chance to be a proper father to one of his children.
Liam is shown to not mind Frank. Liam enjoys school, although his education is hindered by his school constantly taking him out of class to promote diversity, causing him to fall behind in his classes until Frank steps in and tells the school to stop taking Liam out of class and educate him, causing his grades to improve.
Eventually, Frank hits rock bottom and Liam is now used as a lookout for Frank to steal from the rich parents but they still bond. In season 9, Liam is expelled from his school as a result of Frank giving various STDs to the mothers of the school, who then passed it to their cheating husbands.
Liam is sent to public school and is picked on for his upper class education. However, he uses his new intellect to help a classmate with school work for protection from a bully.
Liam's intellect lets him be placed in sixth grade. She was conceived in the middle of Season 5 and born toward the end of season 6. When her water broke, Debbie gave birth to her child on the kitchen table whom she named Frances after her grandfather for his support.
During season 7, she went by her middle name when Debbie and her siblings became estranged from Frank temporarily, as Debbie changed her name back after going to Frank for help.
She meets her paternal relatives who take her away from Debbie, though her maternal grandmother returns and takes her back after being excited at having a granddaughter.
At a CPS meeting, Franny is returned to her mother while her paternal family is allowed visiting rights, although both families are warned to get along, lest they lose Franny to the system.
Franny is often seen in the Gallagher household being tended to by her mother, aunt, and uncles. In season 9, Frances begins to talk and declares that she is a "good girl" to Debbie when she tries to convince her to misbehave as part of a scheme.
Margaret "Peggy" Deborah Gallagher Louise Fletcher , also known as "Grammy", is the mother of Frank and his brothers and the Gallagher family matriarch.
She is largely responsible for Frank's bad parenting due to her negligence and abuse towards him as a child. She ran numerous meth labs and was sent to prison after causing a meth lab explosion that killed two college students.
She debuts in season 1 when she is visited by her grandsons Lip and Ian. Peggy is happy to meet them before they inquire about their uncles, as they learned that one of them is Ian's biological father.
In season 2, she is sent home from prison on a medical furlough after lying about her health and moves in with Frank and his kids.
She bonds with the younger Gallaghers. Peggy seeks retaliation on a retired meth dealer who profited from her arrest. Despite her hostile nature to Frank, she is proud of him when she learns of his scams and tries her best to reach out to the Gallagher children by giving Fiona money and showering Carl and Debbie with gifts.
She ignores Frank's attempts to reconcile with her and continues to mistreat him, causing Frank to briefly contemplate killing his mother in her sleep but changes his mind.
Frank continues to assist her in her deteriorating health while trying to find ways to get rid of her. At the end of season 2, she is kicked out of the house by Fiona after Carl causes an explosion in a meth lab she built in the basement.
Peggy sends money to her other sons while leaving Frank with nothing before she allows Sheila to euthanize her. She is cremated and her ashes are sent to Frank.
Monica has bipolar disorder. Although she deeply loves her children and feels terrible for abandoning them, she can never sustain her love and concern for them for very long before succumbing to drugs, selfishness, and depression.
The older Gallagher children resent and distrust her, but she is sometimes able to coax Debbie or Carl into spending time with her.
In season 1, Frank tricks Monica into returning for financial gain. Monica announces she is bisexual and in a relationship with a woman named Roberta also known as "Bob" and that the two plan to marry.
Monica and Bob try to leave with Liam but a paternity test reveals that Frank is his father. Another test reveals that Ian is not Frank's biological son but rather the son of one of Frank's brothers from a drug fueled affair.
Despite this, she still tries to leave with Liam but Fiona asks Monica to give him back and she complies. In season 2, Frank goes to Monica when his mother dies.
Bob has left. At the end of the second season, Monica finds the Gallaghers' squirrel fund and convinces Frank to spend it with her. Her behavior becomes more and more manic, which worries her children.
Later, in the middle of a depressive episode, Monica cuts her wrists on Thanksgiving. She is rushed to the hospital and admitted to the psychiatric ward.
After a long discussion with Fiona, Frank takes Debbie and helps Monica escape the psych ward. She ends up leaving with her new girlfriend. Monica reappears in season 5 when she visits Ian in military prison.
Ian, feeling betrayed by his siblings for their treatment of him following his bipolar diagnosis, and believing Monica to be the only one who is able to understand him, hitchhikes out of the city with her.
Monica takes Ian to live with a boyfriend called Walter who makes methamphetamine; Ian leaves when he realizes Monica has not changed.
In season 7, Monica returns to Chicago to try to make amends again. She helps Debbie regain custody of her daughter.
She later tells Frank that she is dying and that she returned in order to leave something behind for the children. Monica and Frank renew their wedding vows.
Monica dies the following morning from a massive cerebral hemorrhage. At her funeral, Monica's father appears and punches Frank for "ruining his daughter".
Monica's stash of multiple pounds of meth—her inheritance to her children—is discovered in a storage locker. It is later revealed that she stole the drugs from an old boyfriend.
Jerry Gallagher William H. Macy is Frank's twin brother who is introduced in season 1. After visiting their grandmother Peggy, Ian and Lip learn his name and visit Jerry who owes money to her.
Jerry is initially unaware of who they are, but shuts the door in their faces when he learns they are Frank's children.
Lip reveals they are trying to determine if he is Ian's biological father; however, Jerry forces them to leave at gunpoint. Before she dies, Peggy leaves an unknown amount of money to him.
After Ian learns he is not Frank's biological child, he and Lip visit their grandmother Peggy to track down their uncles.
Unlike Jerry, Clayton is friendly and shares family photos with them. Given their physical similarities, it is likely Clayton is Ian's father.
Clayton mentions having a fallout with his brother and wanting to make amends. His wife notices the similarities between him and Ian, which causes a fight.
Ian takes Lip outside and tells him that it does not matter to him who his biological father is—his real family is his siblings.
Clayton reappears in season 2 when Frank and Monica visit him to get the money that Peggy sent him and the other brothers before her death.
Clayton does not seem pleased to see his brother and tries to send him off, but Frank tries to guilt him into giving him some of the money.
Clayton explains that he did not know she was released and spent the money to pay his mortgage. He resists Monica's advances and sends them off.
Wyatt Gallagher is Frank's brother who is mentioned in season 1. Lip and Ian learn about him when they visit their grandmother Peggy in prison while searching for Ian's biological father.
Peggy refers to him as her baby, implying he is the youngest. She later scratches him off as a candidate for Ian's father, stating his testicles were blasted off in the navy.
Ginger Gallagher is Frank's deceased aunt who is mentioned in season 1. It is not known whether she is the sister of Peggy or Frank's father. She was revealed to have been the owner of the Gallagher house but died of an drug overdose twelve years prior to the start of the series.
She was buried in the backyard by Frank, who uses her identity to claim her checks from the state. Frank is eventually forced to tell his kids the truth after the family is visited by social workers.
Using a senile woman from a retirement home, the Gallaghers impersonate Ginger to claim the check and avoid being arrested for fraud.
In season 2, Peggy learns of the scheme and compliments her son on impersonating Ginger, but told him that she would take over the scheme.
In Season 3, the family digs up Ginger's body after they learn their backyard will be dug up by the city and give her a proper burial in a cemetery.
When the Gallaghers try to file a fake will for Ginger, they learn their cousin, Patrick, had already filed a death certificate and will for her, making him the legal owner.
It is not known whether he is the nephew of Peggy or Frank's father. He antagonizes the family by claiming the Gallagher house by using a fake will of his late Aunt Ginger before the rest of the family could do so.
Frank remarks Patrick was called Pit Bull as he never gives up. Carl tries to kill him by poison, but fails, which leads Patrick to threaten to have the family arrested for this; the police back off when Debbie claims Patrick molested her which results in his near arrest.
The family offers to drop the charges if he agrees to let them stay in the house in exchange for rent. Reluctantly, he agrees to the terms.
In season 6, he appears again and is not pleased to see his extended family. He reveals that because he failed to pay back a loan, the bank is going to repossess the house, leaving the Gallaghers homeless.
The family buys back the house by using Carl's drug money. Samantha "Sammi" Slott Emily Bergl is Frank's eldest daughter and the older half-sister of his other children.
Her existence remains a secret until Frank begins dying of liver failure and searches for his daughter to get a liver transplant from her.
She becomes a recurring character in season 4 and a regular character in season 5. Sammi lives in a trailer in a rundown neighborhood with her son, Charles, whom she calls Chuckie.
Sammi can be caring but can also be impulsive, violent, and promiscuous. Frank initially keeps their relationship a secret, leading Sammi to develop romantic feelings for him.
However, when it is revealed she is not a match for his liver, Frank reveals the truth in a fit of anger. Sammi is initially enraged and disgusted at his deception, though she forgives him later and the two renew their relationship as father and daughter.
Midway through the season, she meets her half-siblings. She bonds with Debbie and Carl by giving her younger sister advice on her period and helping her brother in caring for their father.
Sammi moves in with the family after her trailer is confiscated. Frank lies to Sammi about getting her a new trailer and she becomes angry when she learns the truth, eventually shooting Frank in the arm when he refuses to leave.
She uses this incident to threaten Frank into pretending to care for her. Frank gets payback by implicating Chuckie for Carl's heroin smuggling attempt.
Sammi rats on Carl because he tricked Chuckie into helping him and none of the Gallaghers care that Chuckie is innocent, preferring to let him take the fall for Carl.
Carl gets locked up for a year in juvenile detention. Carl threatens to hurt Chuckie in juvie, causing Sammi to beat him up.
Fearing for her son's safety in juvie, she tattoos a swastika onto Chuckie's forehead so he will be accepted and protected by the Aryan Brotherhood.
When the judge finds out he only has an IQ of 71, she gives him a reduced sentence of days. Later on, Sammi calls military police on Ian as revenge.
Mickey and Debbie try to get back at Sammi by drugging her, but Mickey thinks she died and they stuff her in a moving crate.
However, Sammi comes back and tries to shoot Mickey. In season 6, Sammi is incarcerated for attempting to kill Mickey.
Chuckie is Sammi's son, making him the grandson of Frank and the nephew of the Gallagher children. He has an IQ of 71, making him borderline mentally retarded.
He ends up in prison along with Carl for being a drug mule. He is later released and stays with the Gallaghers despite their previous tension with Sammi.
Although Carl threatens to hurt Chuckie while the two are in juvenile detention, Carl does not follow through.
Before leaving for juvie, his mother tattoos a swastika on his forehead to ensure that he protected by neo-Nazis. In season 6, he is suspended from school after writing a book report on Mein Kampf , having been brainwashed by the neo-Nazis while in juvie.
The school threatens to expel him, but Frank fights for his freedom of speech, and Chuckie is allowed to read the essay in class. When the Gallaghers lose their home, they forget to inform Chuckie, who is left to camp under the porch alone until Frank arrives and keeps him company.
Eventually, Sammi calls her mother Queenie to look after him and she takes him to live at her Eco Village. While there, he works tending poppy plants and survives a mountain lion after being physically scarred.
Chuckie is presumed to be taken care of by his grandmother when Frank and Debbie leave the commune. Kassidi Gallagher Sammi Hanratty is a recurring character in season 8.
She is introduced as one of the addicts living in the Gallagher basement as part of Carl's makeshift detox business. She ran away from her wealthy family and convinces Carl to write her family a ransom note to help him make money.
Carl gets the money from her father, who asks Carl to send her home. Carl tries to do so before Kassidi bribes him with oral sex, and the two begin dating.
Kassidi soon becomes possessive, demanding, and slightly unhinged. She displays a morbid obsession with South Side life, even going so far as to pose with a corpse.
Due to a misunderstanding with a promise ring, she believes Carl proposed to her and forbids him from leaving for military school unless he marries her.
Carl agrees, and the two use fake IDs to get married. In the season 8 finale, she tries to prevent Carl from going to military school by handcuffing him to a bed.
Carl breaks free and makes it on the bus with Kassidi watching, begging him not to go as he ignores her. She follows him to military school in season 9 and camps outside the school gates.
Carl is annoyed by her presence as it jeopardizes his chances for a promotion. One of Carl's cadets "takes care" of Kassidi, implying that he killed her.
He is conceived in season 9, with Tami assuring Lip that he is the father. Tami initially had concerns about whether she should have the baby, although she eventually comes around.
In season 10, Tami goes into labor and gives birth by way of a Caesarean section. Tami goes into critical condition and is rushed to surgery, while the Gallagher family and friends gather to celebrate the birth of her son.
Lip initially struggles to adapt to fatherhood but is supported and encouraged by his family. Freddie is named after Lip's late mentor, Clyde Frederick Youens.
Jimmy Lishman Justin Chatwin is a main character in seasons , a guest star in season 4 and a recurring character in season 5. He is also known as Steve Wilton and Jack.
Jimmy is a young man who courts Fiona, going to great lengths to win her over because she is his "dream girl".
He has expensive possessions and spends money liberally. Fiona finds this off-putting until she discovers that he is a professional car thief.
He later reveals that his real name is Jimmy and that he comes from a wealthy family who presumes he is in medical school.
In season 2, he returns to Chicago after fleeing the United States to escape arrest. Fiona learns he married Estefania, the daughter of Nando, a Brazilian mafia mob leader, as a marriage of convenience to pay off a debt Jimmy owed Nando.
He threatens to kill Jimmy if the latter does not play the part of devoted husband for Immigration Services. Jimmy and Fiona resume their relationship at the end of season 2, although he keeps his continued involvement with Estefania a secret.
In season 3, Jimmy goes back and forth between Fiona and Estefania. When Jimmy does not answer a phone call, Estefania faces immigration officers on her own and is deported after she cannot prove the marriage is real.
Nando then takes Jimmy on a boat, presumably to murder him. In a post-credit scene in the season 4 finale, he is revealed to still be alive and started going by "Jack".
In season 5, Fiona encounters Jimmy at her diner job. Although she is angry at him for leaving her, she sleeps with him and cheats on her husband, Gus.
Fiona later confesses to Gus, and all three agree to meet at the diner to discuss the affair. Gus immediately punches Jimmy in the face.
Fiona talks to Jimmy and he offers to whisk her away to Dubai, but she decides it is better to end their relationship as she is still unsure of his true identity.
Jimmy's business partner Angela tells Fiona that their deal in Dubai had been cancelled earlier that day. She often gives Fiona advice concerning relationships, caring for her siblings, and caring for herself.
Veronica pursued a hospital medical career until she was fired for stealing medical supplies, and works at a nursing home at the beginning of the series, while moonlighting as a cam girl.
In season 1, she and Kevin get married, although the marriage is not valid since Kev is still legally married to his first wife.
In season 3, Vee and Kev are heartbroken to learn they are unable to conceive. Veronica's mother Carol offers to act as a surrogate.
However, Vee finds herself miraculously pregnant with triplets one of which is non-viable , and she gives birth to twin girls.
When Carol wishes to keep her baby, Vee and Kev agree, unable to financially support two children.
In season 5, Veronica struggles to adjust to motherhood and is jealous that Kevin pays more attention to their daughters than her, resulting in the two becoming temporarily separated.
During this time, she contacts an old high school acquaintance and agrees to go out on a date with him, though she is unable to commit to him.
She and Kev eventually reconcile. In season 6, Vee marries Svetlana to prevent her from being deported, and their friendship evolves into something more.
Vee's attraction to Svetlana initially causes tension between her and Kev, but the three eventually work out a solution, and by season 7, they are in a polyamorous relationship and raising their children together.
They attempt to adopt each other's children, only for Kev and Vee to find out they signed ownership of the Alibi over to Svetlana. Kev and Vee end their relationship with Svetlana.
In season 8, Vee takes revenge on Svetlana by having her arrested by immigration. She makes a deal with her to reclaim part of the bar in exchange for getting out of jail.
She fails to resist Svetlana's seductions, much to her annoyance. Thanks to Fiona, Vee realizes that her attraction to Svetlana stems from a desire to be dominated, which allows her to break free from Svetlana's control.
She and Kev get rid of Svetlana by getting her married to a wealthy, senile man. In season 9, she juggles between motherhood and running the Alibi.
She continues to help the Gallaghers, including getting a letter of recommendation from a congressman for Carl. She and Kev try to find a nursery school for their two girls, but because there is only one spot available, they have the girls impersonate one another.
When Kev proposes that they have another child, Vee refuses. She gives in and agrees to adopt a child, while ordering Kev to get a vasectomy.
He is separated from his first wife, whom he left after she abused him. Kev is the owner of the Alibi Room and is the Gallaghers' neighbor and friend.
Though frequently annoyed by Frank's lifestyle, he gives Frank drinks on credit at his bar and cashes his disability checks for him.
Kev is dyslexic and grew up in foster care. When Kev and Veronica take in a girl named Ethel, Kev takes it upon himself to make her feel as comfortable as possible; she runs away and leaves them devastated.
Kev inherits the Alibi from its previous owner, Stan. To keep his bar afloat, Kev partners with Mickey and runs a brothel from the apartment above the bar.
In season 5, Kev takes to parenthood easily to V's annoyance. His devotion to his daughters and his inattentiveness to V results in the two of them being briefly separated.
During this time, Kev lives in Lip's dorm and sleeps with multiple college students. He ultimately realizes how much he cares for V and the two reconcile.
By season 7, Kev is in a polyamorous relationship with Svetlana and Veronica. Tensions arise when Kev fears V loves Svetlana more than him; the three of them attend couples' counseling to resolve these issues.
He and Veronica are betrayed when they learn Svetlana tricked them into signing ownership of the Alibi over to her. Refusing to work for Svetlana, Kev takes a job bartending at a gay nightclub.
Kev and V rid themselves of Svetlana and resume ownership of the bar. During season 8, he has a brief health scare, which leads to him getting genetic testing, which reveals the location of his biological family.
He, V, and their daughters travel to Kentucky to meet his family, who reveal that his birth name is Bart. Although Kev is initially overjoyed to finally have a family, he is heartbroken when he learns he was intentionally abandoned at a gas station as his family was unable to care for him.
He forgives them when they reveal that he is the only successful member of the family. In season 9, an online critic rates the Alibi the "rapiest" bar on the South Side, Kev takes it upon himself to make the bar safe for women.
He later tries to convince V to have another child; she refuses, and demands that he get a vasectomy.
She finally agrees to adopt a child, and they eventually take in Santiago, a Guatemalan immigrant. Kev is ecstatic to finally have a son, but is heartbroken when Santiago returns to Guatemala to be with his family.
Sheila Jackson Joan Cusack is a regular character from seasons , and for the first three episodes of season 5.
Sheila is a kind and caring person, if a bit empty-headed. She has agoraphobia and a fear of germs that developed when Karen was young.
Although she appears to be a seemingly mild mannered housewife, she reveals to Frank that she is secretly very sexually dominant and owns a vast collection of sex toys, which surprises Frank after he attempts to seduce Sheila in order to take advantage of her disability.
Sheila eventually overcomes her agoraphobia and continues to spend a great deal of her time with Frank. Sheila quickly develops sympathy for Peggy after seeing her struggle with her illness.
Peggy convinces Sheila to euthanize her. After Karen gives birth, Karen does not want the baby, nor do the adoptive parents after learning the baby has Down syndrome, and Sheila steals the baby from the hospital.
When Karen forces her to choose between her or the baby, Sheila chooses the baby, whom she names Hyram "Hymie" after her father. By season 3, Sheila starts a relationship with Jody and the two of them raise Hymie together.
However, Sheila is dissatisfied by their vanilla sexual relationship and convinces Jody to experiment with sex toys, which causes his sex addiction to relapse much to Sheila's dismay.
However, when Karen has an accident, Sheila breaks things off with Jody and encourages him to take care of Karen and Hymie, and the three head west for treatment.
In season 4, Sheila starts internet dating. She meets a Native American man with five nieces and nephews. She wants to adopt the children but is required to be married, so she marries Frank while he is unconscious in the hospital.
Her request for adoption is denied. In season 5, Sheila becomes eager to explore the country, and after Frank's home brewing venture accidentally blows up her house, she decides to leave Chicago behind and takes off in an RV to never be heard from again.
Karen Jackson Laura Slade Wiggins is a regular character in seasons 1 and 2 and a recurring character in season 3. Her mother is Sheila and her father is Eddie.
At the start of the series, she is tutored by Lip, and the two have a friends with benefits relationship. However, things become tense between them when Karen refuses to commit due to her sexually promiscuous nature.
When Eddie invites Karen to his church's purity ball as a trade for a car, Karen is humiliated over her past sexual escapades.
Eddie calls Karen a whore in front of everyone else and she responds by dying her hair black, gets Whore tattooed on her arm, and eventually sexually assaults Frank when he is on pain medication which she displays via webcam to her father, leading to his eventual suicide.
In season 2, Karen attends Sex Addicts Anonymous and dates a fellow addict named Jody and eventually marries him, though she continually cheats on him with Lip.
She becomes pregnant and attempts to sell the baby to a childless couple. At the end of season 2, Karen gives birth to a baby with Down syndrome. The baby is Asian, indicating that neither Lip nor Jody is the father.
The couple who planned to adopt the baby back out due to his disability and Sheila insists on raising him and names him Hymie. When Sheila refuses to send the baby away, Karen runs away.
Later in Season 3, Hymie's paternal grandmother shows up and takes the baby. Karen returns after calling the baby's paternal relatives and convinced them that Sheila was not capable of raising Hymie.
Karen tries to make amends with Lip, but he turns her away as does her mother. She sleeps with Lip after he has a falling out with Mandy, though he rejects her later for Mandy.
She finds solace when her mother makes amends with her. However, she is run over by Mandy and suffers frontal-lobe brain damage and suffers from anterograde amnesia.
Jody takes Karen and her baby to Arizona to be with faith healers to tend her condition. They are briefly mentioned by Sheila in season 5.
Mikhailo Aleksandr "Mickey" Milkovich Noel Fisher , aged 25, is a recurring character in season 1, 2 and 7, a regular character in season and 10, and a guest character in season 6 and 9.
Mickey is Mandy's older brother. He is aggressively antisocial and carries firearms illegally. Mickey has a very long prison record, just like his father, Terry.
Mickey and Ian start on bad terms after Ian rejects Mandy's advances. Mandy lies to Mickey and says that Ian sexually abused her, prompting him and his brothers to go after Ian.
He later steals food from Kash's store; Linda gives Ian a handgun to scare him away. Ian later goes to the Milkovich house to confront Mickey after he steals Kash's gun, and the two engage in sex after Ian finds gay porn in Mickey's room.
He is later shot in the leg by Kash after he catches him and Ian having sex and is sent to juvenile hall for the thefts. In season 2, Mickey is released from juvie and has sex with Ian at a baseball field to celebrate.
Ian becomes frustrated when Mickey has sex with women. Frank eventually sees Mickey and Ian having sex at the Kash and Grab; Mickey is afraid Frank will expose him and plans to attack him, but refrains for Ian's sake.
He throws his gun away and punches an officer instead, landing him in juvenile hall again. In season 3, Mickey is let out for overcrowding and continues his relationship with Ian.
Ian manages to get him a job at the Kash and Grab and after seeing Ian's boyfriend becomes jealous and beats him up. Mickey suggests Ian stay at his house for the night instead of going back to foster care.
Terry comes home to find Mickey and Ian having sex and assaults both of them. He has Svetlana, a Russian prostitute, rape Mickey to "fuck the gay out of [him]".
Svetlana becomes pregnant and Terry forces Mickey to marry her. Mickey is heartbroken when Ian leaves to join the army.
In season 4, Mickey becomes a pimp with Russian prostitutes and persuades Kev to allow him to use the upper floors of the Alibi Room. Ian is now working in a strip club where Mickey finds him.
Mickey, Ian, Terry, and a friend of his fight [ clarification needed ] resulting in their brief incarceration. At the end of season 4, Mickey notices that Ian is depressed and asks Debbie and Carl for help.
Debbie tries to talk to Ian and quickly identifies the symptoms. Fiona thinks he may have bipolar personality disorder, like their mother, and suggests that he should be hospitalized.
Mickey strongly disagrees and says he will take care of Ian himself. In season 5, Ian cheats on Mickey twice out of his hypersexuality.
Mickey and Ian make a plan to destroy a homophobic church. Ian's mania increases as he shoots a porno and runs away with Yevgeny.
After Ian is hospitalised, he and Mickey reunite. They get into a fight because Ian does not like Mickey nursing him and accuses him of going soft; they make up immediately as Ian says the fight is the first time he has felt something since his symptoms started.
Mickey and Debbie take revenge by "roofie"-ing Sammi. In the season finale, Ian breaks up with Mickey after admitting he no longer wants to take his medication; Mickey is heartbroken but has to run away as Sammi appears and starts shooting at him.
In season 6, he is incarcerated once again and appears only in the first episode. When Ian comes to visit him, Mickey asks if he will wait for him.
Ian appears to be uninterested and Mickey asks him to lie if he has to. Ian promises to wait. In season 7, Mickey escapes prison while serving a fifteen-year sentence.
He returns to Chicago and through proxies sees Ian to let him know that he is going to go to Mexico. Ian, despite having started a new relationship with Trevor, goes with Mickey to the Mexican border in Texas.
At the last moment, Ian realizes that he is not the person he used to be, and that he cannot be with Mickey despite loving him.
Upset, Mickey says goodbye and crosses the border while dressed up in drag. In season 9, Ian is sent to prison for two years and discovers that Mickey is his new cellmate.
Mickey explains that in exchange for turning on the Mexican cartel he was working for, Mickey was allowed to choose which prison he would serve his time in.
Ian and Mickey begin kissing and resume their relationship. In season 10, the two remain in a relationship in prison, but often argue about their differing views on their situation.
When Ian tries to sabotage his parole meeting, Mickey stops him and having been advised by older prisoners to let Ian go, tells him they will find a way to make it work.
He tries to escape but is caught by guards. However, Mickey is told by the warden because of his work as an informant he was scheduled for early release but is warned that the cartel are looking for him.
Mickey makes it to the Gallagher house, reunites with Ian, and moves in with him. Ian and Mickey get into a dangerous scam by their parole officer Paula.
When Paula is pronounced dead, Ian and Mickey think that the other one killed Paula and Ian wants to marry Mickey for the purpose of not being able to testify against each other.
When they know that the other is innocent, Ian backs out of the marriage, and Mickey punches Ian in retaliation. Ian, with the advice of his family, goes and buys Mickey a promise ring and gives it to him, which he refuses and tells Ian to call him when he gets over his feelings of self-worthlessness.
Ian beats Byron up after he overhears the latter badmouthing Mickey. Ian proposes to Mickey on the spot who interrupts his speech and they get engaged.
In "Gallavich! Their plans are interrupted when Terry burns down their wedding venue. Ian's friends and family come together to plan a new ceremony on short notice at a polka hall owned by one of Frank's ex-lovers.
Ian and Mickey drive off for their honeymoon. Terry follows them and shoots up their honeymoon suite, though neither Ian or Mickey are hurt.
Mandy Milkovich Jane Levy season 1, Emma Greenwell season is a recurring character in season 1, 2 and 5, a regular character in seasons 3 and 4, and a guest character in season 6.
Mandy is Mickey's sister and has a reputation at school for her sexuality. She originally wanted to date Ian but was humiliated when he rebuffed her advances.
She sent her brothers to beat him up but he confessed to her that he is actually gay. She offers to be his beard and they become close friends.
In season 2 she starts dating and sleeping with Lip. Mandy was raped and impregnated by her intoxicated father who had mistaken her for her dead mother.
She aborted it in "A Great Cause". In season 3 she moves in with the Gallaghers when her father mixes drugs and alcohol, to Fiona's chagrin.
While living with the Gallaghers, Mandy and Lip frequently have sex. Though their romantic life is passionate, Lip starts to feel that Mandy is too clingy and wife-like and says their relationship was never "official".
Mandy loves Lip and secretly sends his applications to colleges when she sees he is wasting his potential.
After she tells him he should be grateful for how hard she worked to get him into universities, he ends his affair with Karen.
Mandy objects to Karen's advances on Lip and injures her with her car. Lip confronts Mandy and they break up. Lip thanks Mandy for all she has done before he leaves for college.
She finds a new boyfriend and tells Lip about it before a drunk Ian reveals he's been sleeping with Mickey. In season 4, Mandy's live-in boyfriend is Kenyatta.
He physically abuses Mandy and Ian tries to help her. At the end of season 4, Mandy works as a waitress at the Waffle Cottage.
Lip is served by Mandy and suspects something is wrong but she won't talk to him about anything other than the menu items.
In season 5, in contrast to her previously moody behavior, Mandy is dressed demurely and is good natured. In episode 3, Mandy considers leaving for Indiana with Kenyatta to "clean port-a-potties".
Ian and Lip try to convince her not to go. During sex, Lip tells Mandy she is "gorgeous, sweet, funny, very smart, and a good person". She admits to Lip that she loves him but he is unable to say it back, so she goes with Kenyatta.
In season 6, it is revealed that she left Kenyatta and works as an escort. She enjoys her profession as her clients treat her well.
She calls Ian for help when a client dies during an appointment and almost manages to avoid Lip before she leaves again. Jody Silverman Zach McGowan is a recurring character in season 2 and a regular character in season 3.
He meets Karen at Sex Addicts Anonymous and marries her later. Jody is good-natured but absent-minded. He is a keen tattoo artist and is often looking for work.
Jody adores Sheila and calls her "Mom". Through the middle of season 2 Jody begins a romantic and sexual relationship with Sheila that he ends after Sheila urges him that he is right for Karen.
He leaves Chicago with Karen to go to Arizona. Mike Pratt Jake McDorman is a recurring character in season 3 and a regular character in season 4.
Mike is a responsible and good-natured yuppie. He is Fiona's corporate boss and in season 4, becomes her boyfriend. The two hit it off well, until Fiona lies about an incident involving the company car.
Mike then tells Fiona he values honesty and trust in a relationship. He soon learns that Fiona cheats on him with his brother Robbie. Although hurt by Fiona's betrayal, he does not fire her and bails Fiona out of prison, but makes it clear that he never wants to see her again.
At the end of season 4, Fiona is having a hard time finding a job because of her felony conviction. She asks Mike's sister to lie and say that she was not fired because of her drug and child neglect arrest but because of downsizing.
Mike's sister berates Fiona for taking advantage of someone as nice as Mike, asking the company to lie to the federal government for her and causing a rift in their family.
Svetlana "Suka" Yevgenivna Isidora Goreshter is a Russian prostitute hired by Terry to have sex with Mickey to "cure" his homosexuality.
She becomes pregnant and claims the father is Mickey. In season 4, Svetlana lives with other prostitutes in the Milkovich house. She threatens Ian when he returns because she fears he will distract Mickey from his duties as her child's father.
After her son's birth, Svetlana threatens to tell Terry that Mickey and Ian's relationship continues and demands Mickey give her money to keep quiet.
In season 5, Svetlana is a softer and more comical character. She becomes a surrogate mother to the twins. In season 6 she regularly visits Mickey in prison and works as a bartender at The Alibi.
When Kev accidentally reveals Svetlana came to America illegally to Immigration, V and Svetlana pretend to be married to keep her here, but fall in love in the process.
In season 7, she lives with Kev and V in a polyamorous relationship. Her father later revealed to be her husband comes to America and stays with the family until Svetlana "gets rid of him".
She later takes ownership of the Alibi behind their backs, to bring them out of debt, but ruins the relationship. She is later married off to a senile wealthy man.
Ford Kellogg Richard Flood is a recurring character in season 8 and a regular character in season 9. He is one of Fiona's boyfriends. He is revealed to have a wife and son in season 9, but claims that he and his wife are separated and getting a divorce and are only keeping up appearances for the sake of their son.
The Gallaghers and Fiona take their revenge on him. She meets Lip at Brad's wedding and they have a sexual encounter.
When Lip asks her out on a date, she rejects him and treats him with hostility. She reappears at the baptism of Brad's baby and at first treats Lip badly but then invites him to eat and they start a relationship.
Tami becomes pregnant with Lip and decides to have the baby. He is an acquaintance of Frank's. He is divorced and has children.
He often proudly expresses his conservative views and is shown to be somewhat misogynistic. He works as a construction crew manager and takes Lip on as a summer temporary employee.
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Tami helps Lip gather party items though they see Fiona already left but they party anyway. She is now more loving to Lip and they appear happy but both Brad and Debbie warn Lip it won't last long.
While at work, her water breaks and she goes to the hospital where she goes into labor. She is forced to have a C-section but gives birth to a son. However, the stress puts her in rare unresponsive condition as she is forced to stay overtime.
During Which America? She is happy to see him but tells him that she is not fine because of her treatment. However, Lip tells her that he has a surprise for her and introduces Tami to their son Freddie Gallagher.
Although put off by the name, she is nonetheless pleased to see her child and cries, as she calls him beautiful. Tami finds the family having a party and is surprised by the situation.
Lip surprised to see her again and they hug before she mistakes his new friends baby as Fred. However Debbie introduces her to the real Fred and she finally holds him, pleased by this.
In Sparky , she is looking for diapers when Lip calls. Annoyed at his call, she hangs up on him. She then changes Fred's diaper in the kitchen to the dismay of everyone else.
Later when Ian returns home from prison, she asks to do introductions later and apologizes before taking Fred to the bathroom.
When Fred won't latch, she calls her sister Cami at the bike shop. She tells her sister that Fred must be gay since she has never had a man not like her breasts before.
When she tells Cami that Fred hasn't eaten since breakbeats, Lip overhears and talks to her, to which she hangs up on him again. While trying to calm Fred down, Lip's friend Sarah visits to try and help.
After denying help, Sarah is about to leave when Tami asks for help getting Fred to latch. After Sarah gets Fred to latch, the two women talk about motherhood.
When Tami asks why she decided to help, Sarah replies because Lip asked her to, which causes Tami to worry. She then kicks Lip out of the room when he returns home from work, telling him she didn't want the help he sent earlier.
Later, when she tries to change her surgery bandages, Lip walks in and offers to help. When he apologies for sending Sarah over, she tells him she just wants Fred to like her.
She worries about Fred connecting more with Sarah since she was in the hospital. Lip tells her it takes time for Fred to bond with her, which she asks if he bonded with Frank yet.
She admits she doesn't want to die of cancer, like her mom, and leave her child motherless. They both then head downstairs to Ian's party.
In Adios Gringos , Tami agrees to go to Lip's mommy group. She notices Lip introduce her as only "Fred's mom" and that Sarah squeezes his arm before he leaves.
When she arrives home, Lip asks her how group when. Tami responds with "Fine. Lip tells her Sarah is only a friend, but Tami tells him about the arm squeeze.
She tells him he doesn't have to protect her and they can just co-parent. When she tries to calm Fred down, Lip gives her tips to help, to which Tami hands Fred over and goes upstairs.
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The ninth series primarily featured the arrivals of Gloria Meak , played by Angeline Ball , and her brother, Dominic Meak , with former EastEnders actor Stephen Lord taking on this role.
Gloria embarked on an affair with Jamie after having a catfight with Karen. Also departing this series was Carl, who made numerous guest appearances before leaving.
Prominent storylines for this series include Micky being the victim of a homophobic attack , and Frank, Jamie, Shane, Ruby and Aidan being trapped underground when a plan to rob lottery tickets goes dramatically wrong.
Series 10, originally planned to be the second half of the ninth series, was reduced from 11 episodes to It aired between 13 September and 1 November As with the last two series, the first two episodes aired on two consecutive nights.
The final episode of the tenth series saw three prominent characters depart: Emmanuel Ighodaro left his role as Jackson Powell when he and Avril's mounting debts and fractured marriage become too much, Kari Corbett's character Ruby Hepburn was killed off when she took Mimi hostage which resulted in her falling out of a window to her death, and Valerie Lilley made her exit as Patty Croker, when she was told that she was dying and wanted Frank to take her to the beach to see Ireland one last time, however Frank left her to go to the pub, allowing the tide to take her away.
Jamie continued his affair with Gloria in Series 10, however this stopped following a pregnancy scare, and eventually Karen discovers his deceit.
Shane accidentally killed a man after running him over in a hit-and-run, and battled his conscience as he began helping the man's family through their grief.
The eleventh and final series of Shameless began on 26 February and concluded the show itself on 28 May An expansion from the last two series, the eleventh series consisted of 14 episodes.
The shows final episode saw the return of several departed characters, mostly consisting of the Gallagher children. During the eleventh series, all characters made their final appearances, however only certain characters made exits from Chatsworth.
A variety of new characters made their first appearances in the final series, including Jacqueline Boatswain as Avril's older sister Patreesha St.
Rose and her daughter Mary-Mae , who would begin a relationship with Chesney. Most notably, the role of Stella Gallagher was recast, with Nikita Brownlee playing the character.
Storylines covered in the final series included Jamie discovering that Paddy is not his biological father, and finding his new half-brother Kassi and his family; Frank's dalliance with prostitutes Sherilee and Derilee, with a hostage situation occurring at the Gallagher household when Derilee's husband Baxter finds out; Shane's brief relationship with a copper, Sgt.
Randall Thaila Zucchi , putting a strain on his relationship with his family; Mimi starting work at a primary school as a governor; and the breakdown of Kelly and Lillian's friendship after Kelly and Marty steal a large amount of money from her.
Some scenes were also filmed in the Wythenshawe area in the south of the city. After Series 5, the show was filmed at a purpose-built set on the Roundthorn Industrial Estate in South Manchester, on the site of an old Umbro warehouse, and around Wythenshawe and Sale.
Shameless initially focused on the layabout Frank Gallagher and the lives of his six children, Fiona and boyfriend Steve , Lip , Ian , Carl , Debbie and Liam , and next door neighbours, Kev and Veronica.
The Maguires became the focus of the show as the Gallagher children departed. Other characters also become the focus after only starting off as minor characters, such as those from the Karib family.
By October , the development had moved to Showtime. John Wells Productions filmed a pilot episode for the cable network in January It stars William H.
Macy in the Frank Gallagher role. Sunshine and was unable to be a part of both series. Academy Award nominee Joan Cusack joined the cast as the new Sheila Jackson, along with Emmy Rossum as Frank's sensible and feisty eldest daughter, and Justin Chatwin as a car thief who falls for her.
The first episode of the series aired on Showtime on 9 January The American version has received critical acclaim and some of Showtime's highest recorded ratings.
As of January , ten seasons have aired, making it the network's longest running original-scripted program. It is called Bizim Hikaye , which translates to "Our Story".
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