Happy Sunday TV fans! After watching Showtime’s Shameless season 9 episode 7, Lip reminded us that every Gallagher is a “problem child,” but at least they can rely on one another to support each other when in need. Even when they hit rock bottom, another Gallagher is there to pick up the pieces, reminding us that they may be far from the perfect family, but they all love each other very much. Well maybe Frank is a lost cause, but you get the idea. Please note spoilers are ahead if you have not gotten a chance to watch yet. In tonight’s episode, “Down Like the Titanic,” Fiona’s world continues to spiral out of control. Meanwhile, Carl learns a new word, Kev wants a baby, and Lip crosses paths with Tami again, bringing back his “Jabby” nickname as well. My top 5 moments from Shameless season 9 episode 7 are:
“I never realized how much fun indoor tobogganing could be.”
Me either Ingrid, but I am sort of itching to try it out now. Frank continues his adventure with Ingrid and encourages her to stay off her meds, which leads to a lot of fun along the way. Their dates consist of tobogganing down the stairs, Ingrid shaving Frank in the tub, and Frank getting the opportunity to try out being a therapist for the day with a distraction or two. Ingrid’s ex-husband, Randy, tries to warn Frank that Ingrid is going to crash sooner or later and shows him the 14 stab wounds he has from when she was off her meds before, but Frank is not ready to let his crazy new love go just yet. While Frank begins to detect signs that Ingrid is losing it, he is still convinced that she is not too much for him to handle and even has a heart-to-heart talk with Randy about it. While I’m enjoying the fun these two are having, it seems like it will only be a matter of time before Ingrid’s behavior escalates, leading to unforeseen consequences, but is Frank up for the challenge? We’ll have to wait and see.
“You guys invited Jabby?”
Tami is back, played by the wonderful Kate Miner, and she sure knows how to make an entrance at her nephew’s Christening. Lip tries to initially avoid Tami, but she calls him out in front of the entire church, bringing the “Jabby” nickname back as well. Tami is now ready to go on a date with Lip after initially insulting his sex game earlier and they actually seem to hit it off. Tami now scores Lip a 6 out of 10 on his sex game, but he works his way up to a 9.5. What’s next for these two? I’m not sure, but it seems like Tami is a lot of fun and can perhaps snap Lip out of his funk.
“5 total or 5 per daughter?”
Kev is upset when he sees that V has bagged up all of the baby toys, ready to give it to her friend, Chantal. Kev is not ready to part with everything yet, even though his daughters are now four. Kev creates a “keep” and “not keep” pile and even gives us his own rendition of “I’m a little Teapot.” After coming across a bear that has his voice recorded on it, Kev realizes that he is ready to have another baby, only V is not looking to have another kid. At the end of the episode, V tells Kev that she is willing to adopt a baby, compromising with Kev and reminding us why we love these two together so much.
“She’s nonstop ugly crying.”
During the episode, Debbie is very worried about Fiona and discovers that she was in a car accident after learning about Ford being married. Debbie is truly there for Fiona and helps her out as best she can. When Debbie consoles Fiona, it’s almost like she has now become the big sister. Fiona has been there for Debbie so many times before and it was truly heartwarming to see the role reversal here. Fiona finally comes face to face with Max, who bails her out enough so that she can keep her credit intact, but Fiona is forced to move out with nothing, even leaving Rusty behind. I’m hoping that she comes to her senses and brings her new friend back home with her, however. Seriously who is going to take care of Rusty now? Fiona continues to drink away the pain and actually makes grocery shopping seem fun and entertaining, as she gathers supplies and plenty of alcohol to throw herself a welcome home party at the Gallagher home. Is Fiona ready to accept defeat once her buzz wears off? We’ll have to wait and see, but it looks like Carl will not be able to move into his own room like he initially planned after all.
“What kind of torture are we talking?”
“True, brutal, and unrelenting.” Well said Farhad. Well said. Debbie is not about to sit by and let Ford get away with hurting her sister. She enlists the help of Farhad and Alex and tells them that they are three skilled laborers and that she wants to really make this one hurt. Alex says she is in after learning that they can use power tools. At the end of the episode, Debbie puts a blindfold on Fiona and brings her out to the street where they have constructed an enormous sign that says: “This man is an asshole.” Sure it gets the point across, but Ford is actually propped up in the middle of the sign with his bare ass hanging out. Fiona chooses his form of punishment wisely and goes for the paint ball gun, firing away at Ford’s behind. You should really never ever mess with a Gallagher. What’s next for Fiona and the rest of the gang? We’ll have to wait until January 20th 2019 for new episodes, but at least this season was extended from 12 episodes to 14, which means we have 7 more episodes to look forward to. Something tells me that it will be worth the wait. Stay tuned!
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