- Starring: William H. Macy, Emmy Rossum, Jeremy Allen White, Cameron Monaghan, Emma Kennedy, Ethan Cutkosky, Steve Howey, Shanola Hampton, Isidora Gorshter
- Network: Showtime
- Genre: Comedy-Drama
Monica is back, and she’s back with a bang! And very quickly, she manages to piss off each family member (save for one) and associates. The only person Monica (Chole Webb) has managed to not offended in any one is Debbie (Emma Kennedy) and that’s because in the small amount of time she was back for, Monica was able to return Franny to Debbie. Maybe not in the most ethical, sane way, but Debbie now has her daughter back. I don’t know about any one else, but with each passing episode, I am liking Debbie less, and less, especially with the way she is treating Sierra, and her son Lucas.
The laundromat is open for business, and already it has a bad review on YELP which doesn’t bode well with Fiona (Emmy Rossum). But a bet with Lip over whether or not each of them can keep their cool with Monica back in town is restricting her from not lashing out. But by episodes end, Fiona’s calming nature is gone when the young girl who wrote the review arrives at the diner, and Fiona goes off on a rant, going so far has smearing a burger over her blouse.
Lip (Jeremy Allen White) is becoming more and more like Frank, and is sneaking vodka into is morning coffee, and loses his chances at other internship opportunity, that was offering payment for his work.
Ian (Cameron Monaghan) and Trevor have a fight over Trevor not wanting to show his driver’s license to enter a cowboy bar, and Ian starts to thing it’s because Trevor is underage. But Trevor explodes with rage, and storms off. Almost every episode Trevor (Elliot Fletcher) has been in, he is always getting angry at Ian for what seems like no reason at all. Trevor really needs to start using his words instead of going from 0 to 10 in the space of two seconds. Tonights incident could have been avoided if he’d just said, “It’s an old drivers license from pre-transition, and I’d rather not showing it. Instead of letting Ian to believe he’s underage. Trevor has been quite the dramatic case this season, which isn’t making him very likeable in my eyes. And this really makes me hope that, with a detective coming to the house to speak with Ian, saying that Mickey has escaped prison, that he and Mickey might reconcile.
Catch Shameless on Showtime on Sunday night’s at 6PM.
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