List of Shameless characters - Wikipedia
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Throughout the series, Frank often lets Debbie down and seems to be unappreciative of her efforts to keep the family together. For example, during some of his drunken rants, he presents himself as being lumbered with children whom he has the sole responsibility of caring for them and seems to forget occasionally what an asset Debbie is to the family.
Debbie's feelings of closeness to Frank often leave her the most vulnerable to being let down by him. Debbie's loyalty to her father is occasionally rewarded, and it is strongly suggested that Frank appreciates "Little Debbie" more than anyone else in the world, though that changes when he tells her crush Luke that she sleeps around the estate in hopes she doesn't sacrifice money for charity, and even when Frank tries to do good and give her money for a trip she still refuses to forgive him.
Debbie also detests her mother more than the rest of the family, refusing to forgive her for abandoning them years ago or for her continued laziness and self-absorption. She did respond sympathetically when more details became clear regarding Monica's abusive childhood at her mother's hands.
Debbie's relationship with the rest of her family is generally good. She views her siblings as her dependants and generally supports them through their various misadventures.
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The rest of her family generally recognises all she does for them. She's particularly protective of and very close to her younger brother Liam.
Her relationship with him seems to border between surrogate-parent and partner-in-crime, as she has frequently enlisted Liam's help with some of her past schemes. These include faking Liam's kidnapping when Frank wouldn't admit that he hadn't won the lottery, and she once entered him in a modelling competition, which she wanted to keep a secret from Monica. She can also be seen to forge strong relationships with other characters, notably Marty Fisher Jack Deam and Mandy Maguire Samantha Siddallshe also tends to come up with numerous money-making schemes to provide income.
It is revealed in Series 5 that Debbie has been in a secret relationship with police officer Tom O'Leary Michael Leggedespite the fact that she is only 15 years old. Debbie and Tom break up at the beginning of series 6 during her 16th birthday party when she realises that Tom is too old for her and that he wants much more from the relationship. Tom begins to stalk her, although he tells workmate Carrie that Debbie has been stalking him. Debbie is now seemingly in a relationship with a man called Mark, whom she met on a night out with Maxine Donnelly Joanna Higson and when she got drunk, he took her back to his student residence to sleep, but nothing more.
Debbie left the students room the next morning, thinking that she'd never see him again.BROTHER & SISTER: RELATIONSHIPS
However, at a funeral the family had been invited to, they met again, and she discovered it was his Grandmothers funeral. At first, Debbie was a little objective to a relationship with him after he made comments about Frank who had decided to go to the toilet behind a tree at the funeral and then punched Mark however she told Maxine of her feelings for him.
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He later appeared outside Debbie's home and when she refused to see him, he sat on a chair in the middle of the road until she did. He later used the chair when a hired gunman was going to kill both Paddy Sean Gilder and Mimi Maguire Tina Malonebut Mark knocked the hit-man out with the chair. After this, Debbie and Mark have sex in on the kitchen floor, reminiscent to the scene in the first episode where Steve and Fiona also have sex in the kitchen, in the same place as Debbie does.
The cops were also aware of who he was but couldn't throw so many people out and permit it. Frank basks in his fortune and sends his real kids away when they try to stop him since they have shown how they feel. Frank is eventually thrown out a window when the homeless patrons find out he's been hiding money they earn and treating himself with it.
He suffers an injured arm and leg tries to burn the house in revenge but instead helps in getting Liam in a private school. Near the end of the season, he is permitted to return to his old home after he slowly started helping by fixing up the house after stealing some of his possessions from the shelter.
Frank is reunited with Monica and they fall back into their old habits but he is devastated when Monica dies from brain damage. He is later attacked by her enraged father and shares touching words at her funeral about Monica before leaving out in sadness. Afterwards, he is allowed to return home and is once more accepted by his children. In season 8, Frank copes with Monica's death by doing all of the meth she bequeathed to him, then having a midlife crisis where he decides to restart his life as a 21 year old, having realized that Monica was the trigger of his alcoholism and bad parenting.
As a result, he became sober and went by Francis to disassociate with his past, he cleaned his hygiene up, got a real job, made amends with his family and friends, got a car, and tries to be a more productive member of society.
While his children believe Frank has lost it, he proves his change is genuine by protecting his family from an armed meth head who was Monica's partner, which earns gratitude from Fiona. He continues his change by mentally aging himself on occasion and even help more with his children by giving them useful advice.
Frank soon bonds with his youngest son Liam and acts more fatherly to him, as he sees Liam as his last chance to be a proper parent and he ends up having fun in their time together. However, when the hardware store chain he is working at shuts down and he is unable to find new employment, Frank starts to fall back into his old ways. He is revealed to have given them a series of STD's after he is revealed to be common source. Because of this, his son Liam is expelled from private school and forced to attend public school.
Frank also nominates a former congressman Moe White to be city councilor as a part of a scam to earn money, though he comes to have second thoughts after the man is revealed to be a sex-offender.
Despite that, things still proceed and Frank gets Terry Milkovich to help him and soon Mo nominated as congressman but Frank is dismayed to see he is up to no good. Because of her mother's absence and Frank's neglect, most of the responsibility for child-rearing falls on her shoulders which forces her out of high school in her junior year.
Fiona works a few dead-end minimum-wage jobs to support her five siblings. Though often stressed and exhausted by her responsibilities, she always performs them. Prone to selflessness, she sometimes needs to be reminded to look out for her own happiness. Even though Fiona wants everything under control, she enjoys a little bit of chaos once in a while. At the close of season 2, Fiona receives her GED and begins to take more interest in jobs.
In season 3, after Frank calls social services out of sheer spite, Fiona wins a court case and with the admiration of the judge and is appointed her siblings' legal guardian. Towards the end of season 3, Fiona finally gets a more rewarding job with a cup manufacturing company.
In season 4, she begins dating her boss Mike but then has sex with Mike's addict brother Robbie. When Mike finds out he breaks up with her. In the aftermath of the breakup, Liam ingests cocaine that Fiona got from Robbie a birthday gift; she kept the coke but made Robbie leave at her birthday party and is hospitalized.
Fiona is arrested for child neglect and drug possession. Mike posts her bail and she is put under house arrest with a curfew. When Fiona breaks her probation while partying with Robbie, she is incarcerated with a day sentence.
She is released shortly after due to overcrowding in the prison, and gets a job at a diner.
In season 5, Fiona impulsively marries Gus Pfender, the bassist of an indie rock band, and changes her last name to Pfender upon marriage. After that, she begins a relationship with her boss at the diner, Sean.
By the end of season 6, Fiona and Sean plan to be married, but Frank ruins the nuptials by revealing Sean's drug relapse to Fiona at the altar, causing Sean to leave her. By season 7, Fiona starts to act more selfishly as she is tired of being unappreciated by her family members, especially Lip, and she is more focused than ever on building wealth. She sees an opportunity to invest in a deteriorating laundromat and uses the Gallagher home as collateral, which angers Lip.
She eventually sells the laundromat to Margo and buys an apartment building. When Monica dies, Fiona is indifferent, declaring her willingness to have the funeral consist of a bonfire in the funeral home parking lot using the ashes stored in a bag.
Although it doesn't come to that, she does bury her portion of the inheritance in Monica's casket. During Season 8, she takes to living in her apartment building and has started to find her own independence. She still helps her family, as she spends time with Debbie and helps when a meth head comes after him, though Frank saved them from harm and she acknowledges his changing for the better.
In high school he was a straight-A student. He created various money-making schemes to help the Gallagher clan survive, such as running an ice cream truck that also sold beer and marijuana.
He also made money by taking the SATs for fellow students for a fee, but had to stop when he was caught by Professor Hearst, an investigator from the Educational Evaluation Service. After testing Lip in private, Hearst discovers Lip is one of the statistically very rare students capable of achieving a perfect SAT score and offers him an internship at the robotics lab at the University of Chicago, which Lip turns down.
Hearst gets Lip in trouble with his past clients by invalidating all of their SAT scores, since they didn't actually take the tests themselves. In addition to being adept scientifically, Lip is multilingual; in season 2 he exhibits knowledge of Portuguese and Italian and in season 4 he speaks Spanish. Outside the classroom, Lip spends much of his time drinking beer and smoking weed and eventually participates in car theft schemes with Jimmy.
Lip has a strong bond with Ian and is also the first one to discover that Ian is gay. During the first season of the show, while tutoring Karen Jackson in mathematics, Lip develops a sexual relationship with her, and soon falls in love with her despite betrayals such as her having sex with Frank. Karen though, decides to marry Jody, and gives birth to a baby that is neither Lip's nor Jody's despite leading Lip to believe the baby was his.
Lip then starts a new relationship with Mandy Milkovich. They live together from season 2 until season 3; Lip briefly lived at her house and she eventually moved herself in with the Gallaghers. Though Mandy and Lip have an insatiable sexual relationship—he had a plethora of condoms ready when she moved in—he is annoyed with her living with him because he thinks she's turning the relationship into a common law marriage.