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"Shameless" Season 4 has arrived and the more things change, the more they stay the same. With the kids in the Gallagher house growing up, Lip (Jeremy Allen White) is off at college and Ian (Cameron Monaghan) has enlisted in the army, using his older brother's identification.
It leaves Fiona (Emmy Rossum) with less siblings to keep track of, but things are as crazy as ever. She's gotten more responsibility at work, along with a relationship with her boss, Carl (Ethan Cutkosky) has somehow convinced her to allow Frank (William H. Macy) back into the house and Debs (Emma Kenney) is growing up and becoming a young woman. Of course, that means she's auctioning off her virginity online for a million dollars.
Just because he's away at college doesn't mean Lip is sitting out the season. The show is following him to college to see how he's adjusting to the new life. »
If you're a "Shameless" fan who just can't wait for the Season 4 premiere on Sunday (Jan. 12), you are in luck. Showtime has released the entire episode to be watched online for free.
The episode picks up not long after the Season 3 finale. Jimmy/Steve (Justin Chatwin) is nowhere to be seen, Lip (Jeremy Allen White) is off to college and no one knows where Ian (Cameron Monaghan) is. Viewers will remember he enlisted in the military using his older brother's identification. Meanwhile, Frank (William H. Macy) is in bad shape due to his failing liver, and Fiona (Emmy Rossum) seems to have finally written him off for good.
If you're interested in an uncensored version of the episode, you'll have to tune in Sunday at 9 p.m. Et on Showtime. »
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