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Year: 2011 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014 | 2015 | 2016 | unknown


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Pilot

9 January 2011
Having her handbag stolen proves to be a blessing for Fiona when a handsome stranger named Steve comes to her rescue. Lip is shocked to discover Ian could be gay and decides his brother should pay a visit to the ever-accommodating Karen Jackson down the block. But the sudden arrival of her furious father Eddie ensures Ian's already-slim chances of happiness with Karen take a severe blow. Meanwhile, Steve buys Fiona a romantic gift, but for some reason she's less than impressed with it.

William H. Macy ... Frank Gallagher

Emmy Rossum ... Fiona Gallagher

Justin Chatwin ... Steve

Ethan Cutkosky ... Carl Gallagher

Shanola Hampton ... Veronica Fisher

Steve Howey ... Kevin Ball

Emma Kenney ... Debbie Gallagher

Cameron Monaghan ... Ian Gallagher

Jeremy Allen White ... Lip Gallagher

Joan Cusack ... Sheila Jackson

Marguerite Moreau ... Linda

Joel Murray ... Eddie Jackson

Pej Vahdat ... Kash

Laura Wiggins ... Karen Jackson (as Laura Slade Wiggins)

Noel Arthur ... Bouncer
Charin Alvarez ... Rita

Yves Bright ... Customer 2

Ben Cornish ... Customer 1

Thomas F. Duffy ... Tommy
Sabah El-Amin ... Waitress

Matt Eyde ... Delivery Guy

Tyler Jacob Moore ... Tony Markovich
Patrick Sarb ... Aston Martin Guy

Leslie Thurston ... Woman
Joseph Alfieri ... Angry Hockey Fan (uncredited)
Randy Bernales ... Businessman (uncredited)

Suzy Brack ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Nelson Carvajal ... Neighbor (uncredited)

Joe DeBartolo ... Neighbor (uncredited)

Jay Disney ... Cop (uncredited)
Shannon Edwards ... Neighbor (uncredited)
Gene Fojtik ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Bill Ibrahim ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Don Kress ... Businessman on L Train (uncredited)
William Nero Jr. ... Neighborhood Kid (uncredited)

Evie Nicholson ... Cocktail Waitress Esther (uncredited)
Bryan C. Ordman ... Guy Flicking off Cops (uncredited)

James Pusztay ... Commuter (uncredited)
Kyle Sauer ... Club Goer (uncredited)

Adam Stephenson ... El Passenger (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Frank the Plank

16 January 2011
Drunk as a skunk, Frank has a run-in with Karen's father and returns home to take it out on Ian. The next day is Friday, and Frank is nowhere to be found, which is a bit odd since he never misses disability check day. The family starts a manhunt. .

Season 1, Episode 3: Aunt Ginger

23 January 2011
Having blown off Steve, Fiona turns her attention to Tony, the cop who's had a crush on her since childhood. Steve, however, has not given up the fight. Elsewhere, a woman from the Office of the Inspector General suspects that someone may be stealing and cashing social security checks belonging to Aunt Ginger, the Gallagher's elderly aunt, who owns the house they live in.

Season 1, Episode 4: Casey Casden

30 January 2011
Debbie, sad and lonely after Aunt Ginger leaves, steals a little boy from a birthday party. In classic Gallagher style, the family hatches a plan to return the toddler safe and sound without attracting attention from the Chicago Police Department, which makes the kidnapping a top priority.

William H. Macy ... Frank Gallagher

Emmy Rossum ... Fiona Gallagher

Justin Chatwin ... Steve

Ethan Cutkosky ... Carl Gallagher

Shanola Hampton ... Veronica Fisher

Steve Howey ... Kevin Ball

Emma Kenney ... Debbie Gallagher

Cameron Monaghan ... Ian Gallagher

Jeremy Allen White ... Lip Gallagher

Laura Wiggins ... Karen Jackson (as Laura Slade Wiggins)

Joan Cusack ... Sheila Jackson

Tim Bagley ... Officer Mike

Vanessa Bell Calloway ... Carol Fisher

Tyler Jacob Moore ... Tony Markovich

Joel Murray ... Eddie Jackson
Tyler F. Anderson ... Kenny Dombrowski (as Tyler Anderson)

Missy Doty ... Jess
Rebecca Hall ... Newscaster
Kate James ... Bystander #2

Jes Macallan ... Tammy

Billy Mayo ... Dispatch

Virginia Morris ... Mrs. Bergdoll

Allison Latta ... Mrs. Casden

William Smillie ... Mr. Casden

Ben Tedder ... Bystander #1

Cheryl Texiera ... Tina

Blaine Mallory ... Angel Girl (uncredited)
Karmen Morales ... Tina's Hot Friend (uncredited)
Steven Hugh Nelson ... Delivery Man (uncredited)

Sasha Rossof ... Pumpkin Girl (uncredited)
Destiny Soria ... Lady in red coat (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: Three Boys

6 February 2011
The family learns Kevin's fiancée is rich and fakes a wedding.

William H. Macy ... Frank Gallagher

Emmy Rossum ... Fiona Gallagher

Justin Chatwin ... Steve

Ethan Cutkosky ... Carl Gallagher

Shanola Hampton ... Veronica Fisher

Steve Howey ... Kevin Ball

Emma Kenney ... Debbie Gallagher

Cameron Monaghan ... Ian Gallagher

Jeremy Allen White ... Lip Gallagher

Laura Wiggins ... Karen Jackson (as Laura Slade Wiggins)

Joan Cusack ... Sheila Jackson

Anthony Anderson ... Marty Fisher

Vanessa Bell Calloway ... Carol Fisher

Jane Levy ... Mandy Milkovich

Sandy Martin ... Doctor

Tyler Jacob Moore ... Tony Markovich

Marguerite Moreau ... Linda

Joel Murray ... Eddie Jackson

Pej Vahdat ... Kash
Joe Baggio ... Man in Neckbrace

Sharon Blynn ... Bald Woman

Sam Doumit ... Sonny

Bonnie Morgan ... Teresa

Garrett Morris ... Old Priest
Phil Parolisi ... Man at Bar
Elena Plesa ... Hungarian Woman

Jonathan Spencer ... Andy

Antoinette Spolar ... Woman (as Antoinette Spolar-Levine)

David Wells ... Father Pete

Hannah Leder ... Female Nurse (as Hannah Leder Werntz)

Biff Yeager ... Billy

Jennifer Barbosa ... Cancer Survivor (uncredited)
Erika Fitzgerald ... Kev's Ex-Wife (uncredited)

Susie Geiser ... Lexus Woman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: Killer Carl

13 February 2011
When a letter from Carl's teacher arrives at the Gallagher home, Fiona is thrown into action to prove it's a suitable domicile for rehabilitating a delinquent.

Season 1, Episode 7: Frank Gallagher: Loving Husband, Devoted Father

20 February 2011
Desperate to come up with a plan to pay two goons looking for the $6000 that he owes, Frank stumbles onto a risky solution that might work -- if his family goes along with it.

Season 1, Episode 8: It's Time to Kill the Turtle

27 February 2011
When Frank gives up drinking, Carl and Debbie enjoy having their dad back despite Lip's warning it won't last. Meanwhile, Fiona scrambles to find a better job.

Season 1, Episode 9: But at Last Came a Knock

6 March 2011
Frank has some settlement money coming his way. The only catch --needs his ex-wife, Monica's signature on the documents.

Season 1, Episode 10: Nana Gallagher Had an Affair

13 March 2011
Monica's return to the family wreaks havoc on the Gallagher clan -- leaving the children determined to find out if Frank is their real father. Fiona moves in with Steve next door.

Season 1, Episode 11: Daddyz Girl

20 March 2011
Debbie convinces Fiona to get involved with her Classroom Moms where Fiona finds a new friend in the alluring Jasmine (Amy Smart).

Season 1, Episode 12: Father Frank, Full of Grace

27 March 2011
Steve tries to convince Fiona to leave town with him after Tony discovers his true livelihood and threatens him with jail if he doesn't leave. Frank & Karen's secret is discovered.

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Summertime

8 January 2012
In the second season premiere, the Gallaghers are hustling in summertime Chicago. While Fiona's bartending at a club, Frank loses Liam in a bet to an angry man named Baby.

Season 2, Episode 2: Summer Loving

15 January 2012
With Sheila conquering her agoraphobia, Frank grows close to Dottie "Butterface" Coronis, a sick woman who might be his next financial windfall. Fiona explores her sexual freedom.

Season 2, Episode 3: I'll Light a Candle for You Every Day

22 January 2012
Fiona reconnects with her married high school crush, while Frank contemplates marriage with Dottie. But Debbie, in light of Harry'sdemise, becomes obsessed with death.

Season 2, Episode 4: A Beautiful Mess

29 January 2012
Fiona deals with the consequences of her affair when his wife appears at the door. Frank devises a new plan to keep Sheila inside her home. Debbie's under stress.

Season 2, Episode 5: Father's Day

5 February 2012
Frank's after Eddie Jackson's insurance benefits, but he's also a suspect in his disappearance. And Sheila finally learns what really happened between Frank and Karen last season.

Season 2, Episode 6: Can I Have a Mother

12 February 2012
The arrival of Grammy Gallagher (LOUISE FLETCHER) brings Frank and Fiona together, while the return of Steve is fraught with complications for Fiona.

Season 2, Episode 7: A Bottle of Jean Nate

19 February 2012
Although Frank would do just about anything to rid the house of Grammy, Fiona likes having her around...until Carl blows up their meth lab in the basement

Season 2, Episode 8: Parenthood

4 March 2012
When Lip quits school, Fiona makes a bargain with him to go back and get her diploma if he does. While she starts studying for the GED, Karen and Lip meet with adoption agencies.

Season 2, Episode 9: Hurricane Monica

11 March 2012
Monica's back - partying and scamming with Frank just like old times. But is she really here to stay? And Frank is eager to pick up Grammy's remains...her remaining cash!

Season 2, Episode 10: A Great Cause

18 March 2012
While Fiona's enjoying having Monica around to help out, Steve conspires with Lip to find a way to get back together with Fiona. But Monica's starting to unravel.

Season 2, Episode 11: Just Like the Pilgrims Intended

25 March 2012
While Fiona's planning a nice Thanksgiving, Monica's becoming more depressed than ever. Frank realizes that it's time to get her back on her meds, but he might be too late.

Season 2, Episode 12: Fiona Interrupted

1 April 2012
In the season finale, Jimmy/Steve has earned his way back into Fiona's good graces and wants her to meet his family. And Frank plans to break Monica out of the psychiatric facility.

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: El Gran Cañon

13 January 2013
In the third season premiere, the shameless Gallaghers are back- as Fiona scrounges for cash, Lip gets arrested, and Frank wakes up in Mexico - with no money or passport.

William H. Macy ... Frank Gallagher

Emmy Rossum ... Fiona Gallagher

Justin Chatwin ... Jimmy

Ethan Cutkosky ... Carl Gallagher

Shanola Hampton ... Veronica Fisher

Steve Howey ... Kevin Ball

Emma Kenney ... Debbie Gallagher

Cameron Monaghan ... Ian Gallagher

Jeremy Allen White ... Lip Gallagher

Emma Greenwell ... Mandy Milkovich

Zach McGowan ... Jody Silverman

Joan Cusack ... Sheila Jackson

Harry Hamlin ... Lloyd 'Ned' Lishman

Stephanie Fantauzzi ... Estefania

Ed Lauter ... Dick Healey

Bernardo De Paula ... Beto (as Bernardo de Paula)

Pêpê Rapazote ... Nando (as Pepe Rapazote)

Lombardo Boyar ... Manuel

Diora Baird ... Meg

Thierre Di Castro Garrito ... Marco (as Thierre Di Castro)
Danny Mora ... Judge Chapman Young

Tara Karsian ... Celia

Alexander Aguila ... El Cuchillo (as Alexander Matthew Aguila)
Lauren Birriel ... Alexa

John Bishop ... Max

Josh Clark ... Tacker

Robert Covarrubias ... Good Samaritan

Diegodiego ... Coyote (as Diego Diego)

Tobias Jelinek ... Meth Head

Omar Leyva ... Federale

Pete Ploszek ... Goff
Paul Blackwell ... Prison Guard (uncredited)
Paul Douglas Brown ... Janusz (uncredited)
Roberta Chung ... Pedestrian (uncredited)

Elizabeth Reiners ... Gold Coast Shopper (uncredited)

William Rocha ... Cartel Member (uncredited)
Franklin Ruehl ... Tourist (uncredited)

Anthony James Whitewolf ... Jesus Christ (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: The American Dream

20 January 2013
Fiona gets stressed about the money she used for her club night and it gets worse when Lip finds out. Frank settles in at home and Kev's wife resurfaces.

Season 3, Episode 3: May I Trim Your Hedges?

27 January 2013
Frank tells Carl he has cancer in order to scam a charity foundation. Fiona is blown away by what's asked of her in her new job. Lip hunts for a neighborhood pedophile.

Season 3, Episode 4: The Helpful Gallaghers

10 February 2013
Carl heads off to cancer camp, while Frank agrees to be Jody's sex coach with Sheila. Fiona unites her coworkers. Lip and Mandy rescue her half-sister from foster care.

Season 3, Episode 5: The Sins of My Caretaker

17 February 2013
Child Protective Services pays a visit. Jimmy faces his first true family crisis and, when Fiona fails to provide the support he needs, he turns to Este (STEPHANIE FANTAUZZI).

Season 3, Episode 6: Cascading Failures

24 February 2013
The Dept. of Family Services hauls the Gallagher children away, leaving Fiona desperate to get them back. She then has to get Frank ready to make a "Father of the Year" appearance.

Season 3, Episode 7: A Long Way from Home

3 March 2013
Frank and Fiona go to extreme lengths in court to claim sole custody of the kids. While Hymie's family arrives to take their son from Sheila and Jody, Karen returns home.

Season 3, Episode 8: Where There's a Will

10 March 2013
As the family gathers at Aunt Ginger's fake funeral, Frank's cousin Patrick (guest star BRENT SEXTON) arrives with another forged will granting him ownership of the house.

Season 3, Episode 9: Frank the Plumber

17 March 2013
Fiona starts a new job and a new romance, while Frank may become the new face of the gay rights movement, thanks to an influential member of the Velvet Mafia (BRADLEY WHITFORD).

Season 3, Episode 10: Civil Wrongs

24 March 2013
Fiona's life is finally going great - until Jimmy tells her he might go back to med school...in Michigan. As the new star of gay rights, Frank is lured to the other side.

Season 3, Episode 11: Order Room Service

31 March 2013
Fiona takes the kids on a camping trip. Essentially homeless, Frank seeks out the help of Carl who sneaks him into the Gallagher van for the night. Jimmy gets a surprise visit.

Season 3, Episode 12: Survival of the Fittest

7 April 2013
Lip contemplates his future post-graduation as Fiona contemplates her future after landing a full-time job at the cup company. And Frank contemplates having a future at all.

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Simple Pleasures

12 January 2014
Lip is struggling at college. Debbie is growing up and discovering boys. Carl is entering puberty. Frank medically is worse than ever and Fiona is going out with her boss.

William H. Macy ... Frank Gallagher

Emmy Rossum ... Fiona Gallagher

Jeremy Allen White ... Lip Gallagher

Ethan Cutkosky ... Carl Gallagher

Shanola Hampton ... Veronica Fisher

Steve Howey ... Kevin Ball

Emma Kenney ... Debbie Gallagher

Cameron Monaghan ... Ian Gallagher (credit only)

Noel Fisher ... Mickey Milkovich

Emma Greenwell ... Mandy Milkovich

Jake McDorman ... Mike Pratt

Joan Cusack ... Sheila Jackson

Vanessa Bell Calloway ... Carol Fisher

Jack Carter ... Stan

Tyler Jacob Moore ... Tony Markovich

Dennis Cockrum ... Terry Milkovich

Isidora Goreshter ... Svetlana

Joe Adler

Bill Brochtrup ... Hal

Maile Flanagan ... Connie

James Allen McCune ... Matty Baker

Rose Abdoo ... Dr. Vega

Adam Cagley ... Ron Kuzner

Kate Cobb ... Jane Pratt

Paul James ... T.A.

Lynn Ann Leveridge ... Nancy Pratt

Michael Patrick McGill ... Tommy

Danika Yarosh ... Holly Herkimer

Sheldon Bailey ... Kenyatta (as Shel Bailey)

Nichole Bloom ... Amanda

Chuck Carrington ... Dan

Antonio D. Charity ... Duncan
Steven M. Gagnon ... Bill Pratt

Rene Moran ... Jairo (as Rene D. Moran)

Teresa Ornelas ... Ellie
Maggie May Stabile ... Student
Abram Teunissen ... Wolf

James Chudnow ... Commuter (uncredited)

Andrew DeVitre ... College Student (uncredited)
Christopher Kahler ... Nerney (uncredited)

Mino Mackic ... Detective (uncredited)
Barbara Elizabeth Maleski ... Bears Tailgater (uncredited)

Ric Morgan ... Physician (uncredited)
Denis Mulvihill ... Tailgater (uncredited)
Kitsy Smith ... Student (uncredited)
Kyle Sudges ... College Student (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 2: My Oldest Daughter

19 January 2014
Fiona is involved in a road rage incident that damages a company car and leads her to tell a lie about how it happened. Meanwhile, Lip struggles in school and with the ladies.

William H. Macy ... Frank Gallagher

Emmy Rossum ... Fiona Gallagher

Jeremy Allen White ... Lip Gallagher

Ethan Cutkosky ... Carl Gallagher

Shanola Hampton ... Veronica Fisher

Steve Howey ... Kevin Ball

Emma Kenney ... Debbie Gallagher

Cameron Monaghan ... Ian Gallagher (credit only)

Jake McDorman ... Mike Pratt

Vanessa Bell Calloway ... Carol Fisher

Johanna Braddy ... Shelley

James Allen McCune ... Matty Baker

Adam Cagley ... Ron Kuzner

Shane Edelman ... Attorney

Kimberly Hebert Gregory ... Nurse

Alison Haislip ... Doctor Voljek

Tate Hanyok ... Lecturer
Roger Hewlett ... Leonard

Cherami Leigh ... Robyn Hasseck

Michael Patrick McGill ... Tommy

Kerry O'Malley ... Kate

Teresa Ornelas ... Ellie

Jonathan Schmock ... Alan Kopchek

Corey Sorenson ... Dr. Johnson

Danika Yarosh ... Holly Herkimer

Nichole Bloom ... Amanda

Taylor Cardace ... Portia

Corey Craig ... Carsten

Nick Heyman ... Charlie Watts

Anthony Ma ... Tutor

Mandy McMillian ... Gena

Rene Moran ... Jairo (as Rene D. Moran)
Christopher Rivas ... Eduardo
Jeff Shannon ... Road Rage Guy

Dave Silva ... Jesus

Alex Gregory ... Frat Guy (credit only)
Lindsay McGrail ... OBGYN Nurse (uncredited)
Randy Szuch ... Frat Boy (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 3: Like Father, Like Daughter

26 January 2014
Fiona and Mike take a big step forward when Mike invites her to dinner with his family. She meets his parents and older brother, who is a thrill seeking ex-alcoholic. Debbie fools Shelia into thinking she is at a sleep over party, and sneaks out for an evening with the new boyfriend. Frank is setting up a "chance" meeting with eldest daughter Samantha to try to scam her into giving him a piece of her liver. Meanwhile, Carl trying to keep Frank in pain killers and the family with food on the shelves concocts a scheme to make some extra cash.

Season 4, Episode 4: Strangers on a Train

2 February 2014
Against her better judgment, Fiona continues her secret affair with Robbie. And the situation nearly boils over, when Mike shows up at Robbie's apartment while Fiona's inside. Fiona is able to hide just in time before her infidelity can be exposed. In increasingly dire health straits due to liver disease, Frank attempts to contrive an "accident" that will provide an ample insurance payout to cover the cost of a potential transplant. Too physically weak to injure himself, he enlists the help of an overeager Carl. With the odds stacked against him, he gets more bad news when it is revealed that Sammi isn't a match for a transplant. Lip continues to struggle with the full plate in front of him and shows up at Mandy's out of loneliness, while Debbie's age difference with Matt puts their relationship on the rocks.

Season 4, Episode 5: There's the Rub

9 February 2014
Fiona's bad decisions involving Robbie finally boil over. Frank and Sammi continue fixing his liver trouble, while catching up on the father-daughter time that Sammi always wanted. Lip gets a surprise at college from Army investigators.

Season 4, Episode 6: Iron City

16 February 2014
An accident lands Fiona in county jail. Frank gets some sobering news.

William H. Macy ... Frank Gallagher

Emmy Rossum ... Fiona Gallagher

Jeremy Allen White ... Lip Gallagher

Ethan Cutkosky ... Carl Gallagher

Shanola Hampton ... Veronica Fisher

Steve Howey ... Kevin Ball

Emma Kenney ... Debbie Gallagher

Cameron Monaghan ... Ian Gallagher (credit only)

Emma Greenwell ... Mandy Milkovich

Jake McDorman ... Mike Pratt

Joan Cusack ... Sheila Jackson

Emily Bergl ... Sammi

Scott Grimes ... Dr. Zabel

Lisa Vidal ... Maria Vidal

Audrey Wasilewski ... Ann Matlock

Dennis Cockrum ... Terry Milkovich

James Allen McCune ... Matty Baker

Hedy Burress ... Doctor

Adam Cagley ... Ron Kuzner

Eloy Casados ... Roger Runningtree

Saidah Arrika Ekulona ... Sgt. Fuchs

Jan Hoag ... Sister Ann Halloran

Bill Kalmenson ... Judge Vanwyngarden
Shay Astar ... Melanie

Izabella Alvarez ... Sarah

Sheldon Bailey ... Kenyatta (as Shel Bailey)

Daniella Baltodano ... Denise

Exie Booker ... Court Clerk

Cher Ferreyra ... Martini

Rebecca Klingler ... Carlyle

Ritu Lal ... Cormac

Kellen Michael ... Chuckie

Cullen McCarthy ... Ben (as Cullen James McCarthy)

Tai Urban ... Gary

Leo Georgallis ... Young Lawyer (uncredited)

Don Kress ... Mr. Shamallian (uncredited)

Dominique Rodriguez ... Inmate (uncredited)
Franklin Ruehl ... Mr. Teshegian (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 7: A Jailbird, Invalid, Martyr, Cutter, Retard, and Parasitic Twin

23 February 2014
Fiona goes on trial for her felony charge. An angry Lip tries to keep the family from falling apart. Sammy uses extreme methods to soothe Frank's pain. V and Kevin get big news.

William H. Macy ... Frank Gallagher

Emmy Rossum ... Fiona Gallagher

Jeremy Allen White ... Lip Gallagher

Ethan Cutkosky ... Carl Gallagher

Shanola Hampton ... Veronica Fisher

Steve Howey ... Kevin Ball

Emma Kenney ... Debbie Gallagher

Cameron Monaghan ... Ian Gallagher

Noel Fisher ... Mickey Milkovich

Emma Greenwell ... Mandy Milkovich

Emily Bergl ... Sammi

Wendy Phillips ... Professor Sacco

Lisa Vidal ... Maria Vidal

Isidora Goreshter ... Svetlana

James Allen McCune ... Matty Baker

Nichole Bloom ... Amanda

Edward Edwards ... Mark
Denise Grayson ... Judge Kaitlin Shanor

Will Green ... Howie

Gregory Linington ... Craig Jeffries

Jayden Lund ... Scott

Karen Maruyama ... Dr. Ma

Michael Patrick McGill ... Tommy

Teresa Ornelas ... Ellie

Danika Yarosh ... Holly Herkimer

Dmitri S. Boudrine ... SUV Driver (as Dmitri Boudrine)

Zylan Brooks ... Court Clerk

Thai Edwards ... Bouncer

Joshua Hoffman ... Les

Jim Hoffmaster ... Kermit

Miguel Izaguirre ... Paco

Sam Kindseth ... Fiore

Stuart McLean ... Spencer

Kellen Michael ... Chuckie

Rene Moran ... Jairo (as Rene D. Moran)
Brenden Sims ... Liam

Jordan Del Spina ... Punk Kid
Abram Teunissen ... Wolf

Michael Benzaia ... Go-Go Dancer (uncredited)
Sean Bresnahan ... Sleazy Bar Patron (uncredited)

Kyle Cartieri ... Bar Kisser (uncredited)
Christopher Clausi ... Lawyer (uncredited)

W. Lee Hill ... Bailiff (uncredited)

Jade Holden ... Middle School Student (uncredited)

Louis Scherschel ... Club Goer (uncredited)

Frankie Sims ... Alibi Bar Patron (uncredited)

Shaka Smith ... Dancer (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 8: Hope Springs Paternal

9 March 2014
Fiona starts to go nuts while under house arrest. Ian shows up at home. Carl almost gets expelled from school, but gets helped out by Frank. Debbie starts to become a woman and connects with the "other sister"

Season 4, Episode 9: The Legend of Bonnie and Carl

16 March 2014
Fiona gets off house arrest. Lip runs into some "big" issues at school. Ian and Mickey blackmail rich old family men, and Carl finds true love in detention, in a girl who is just as messed up as he is. Debbie is jealous of a new girl.

William H. Macy ... Frank Gallagher

Emmy Rossum ... Fiona Gallagher

Jeremy Allen White ... Lip Gallagher

Ethan Cutkosky ... Carl Gallagher

Shanola Hampton ... Veronica Fisher

Steve Howey ... Kevin Ball

Emma Kenney ... Debbie Gallagher

Cameron Monaghan ... Ian Gallagher

Noel Fisher ... Mickey Milkovich

Emma Greenwell ... Mandy Milkovich

Joan Cusack ... Sheila Jackson

Emily Bergl ... Sammi

Regina King ... Gail Johnson

Nick Gehlfuss ... Robbie Pratt

Morgan Lily ... Bonnie

Maile Flanagan ... Connie

Isidora Goreshter ... Svetlana

James Allen McCune ... Matty Baker

Sheldon Bailey ... Kenyatta (as Shel Bailey)

Nichole Bloom ... Amanda

Elizabeth Bond ... Elena

Adam Cagley ... Ron Kuzner

Kate Cobb ... Jane Pratt

Michael Patrick McGill ... Tommy

Susie Abraham ... Seema
Britni Barrett ... Kianna

Anahi Bustillos ... Alvaro

Dean Cameron ... Adam Gillespie

Tammy Caplan ... Teacher

Sam Carson ... Dr. Alarie

Mark DeLisle ... Cop

Robert Della Cerra ... Clean Cut Guy

Mike Grief ... P.O.

Jeff Griggs ... Edwards

Jim Hoffmaster ... Kermit

Kelli Kirkland ... Kim

Lidiya Korotko ... Raisa

LaVelle LaRue ... Campus Cop 1

Kellen Michael ... Chuckie
Kevin Moon ... Fisher

Joey Naber ... Guy Behind the Counter

Lidia Porto ... Rosa Ramirez

Amro Salama ... Cabbie

Cyril Smith ... Worker

Danni Tamburro ... Female Cashier
Kristina Valada-Viars ... Liz

Franco Vega ... Campus Cop 2

Water ... Ex-Con

Daria Badanina ... Russian Hooker (uncredited)

Megan Easton ... Upskirt College Girl (uncredited)
Christopher Kahler ... Nerney (uncredited)

Al Luis ... CTA Maintenance Worker (uncredited)

Richard Par ... Worldwide Cup Employee (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 10: Liver, I Hardly Know Her

23 March 2014
Fiona goes on a heavy bender and ends up in Wisconsin and Lip has to come rescue her. Mickye and Kev start fighting over their joint venture. Bonnie and Carl steal a car. Sammi and Sheila try to find Frank a cheap liver transplant.

Season 4, Episode 11: Emily

30 March 2014
Frank suffers post-operative delirium after his liver transplant. Fiona starts 90 days in jail. Lip irritates Amanda's parents and receives a generous payoff to leave her. Debbie is humiliated at school by an older boy.

William H. Macy ... Frank Gallagher

Emmy Rossum ... Fiona Gallagher

Jeremy Allen White ... Lip Gallagher

Ethan Cutkosky ... Carl Gallagher

Shanola Hampton ... Veronica Fisher (credit only)

Steve Howey ... Kevin Ball

Emma Kenney ... Debbie Gallagher

Cameron Monaghan ... Ian Gallagher

Noel Fisher ... Mickey Milkovich

Joan Cusack ... Sheila Jackson

Emily Bergl ... Sammi

Austin Abrams ... Henry McNally

Morgan Lily ... Bonnie

Dennis Cockrum ... Terry Milkovich

Isidora Goreshter ... Svetlana

James Allen McCune ... Matty Baker

Nichole Bloom ... Amanda

Emy Coligado ... Wesley Gretsky
Alyson Croft

Suzanne Cryer ... Cheryl

Ian Kahn ... Jason

Heather McComb ... Wendy

Aubrey K. Miller ... Emily (as Aubrey Miller)

Teresa Ornelas ... Ellie

Danika Yarosh ... Holly Herkimer

Time Winters ... Doctor

Susie Abraham ... Seema

Greg Ainsworth ... Prob & Stats Professor

Izabella Alvarez ... Sarah

Mark Berry ... Cop Julius

Sam Buchanan ... Claire

Paul Butler ... Chester (as Paul Christopher Butler)

Vince Cefalu ... Cop Lenny
Bridgid Coulter ... Nurse Franny
Nicholette Dixon ... Tanesha
Brittany Green ... Leona
Michaela Rose Haas ... Hillary
Denise Hughes ... Officer Scotty

Jason Scott Jenkins ... Correctional Officer Anthony

Michael Klesic ... Russian Priest

Kellen Michael ... Chuckie

Randy Mulkey ... Uncle Ronnie

Nicole Pulliam ... Correctional Officer Denise
Brenden Sims ... Liam Gallagher

Tyler Jeffrey Smith ... Phil Milkovich (as Tyler Smith)

Tai Urban ... Gary

Andrew Cole Abrams ... Fireworks Boy (uncredited)
Robyn Alysa Abrams ... Girl on Playground (uncredited)
Tristan Jewel Abrams ... Girl on Playground (uncredited)

Daria Badanina ... Russian Hooker (uncredited)

Nina Eristavi ... Russian Hooker (uncredited)
Lisa Kolb ... Inmate (uncredited)
Claire 'Fluff' Llewellyn ... Inmate on Bus (uncredited)
Franklin Ruehl ... Mr. Jenkins - Cornea Patient (uncredited)
John Smutny ... Doctor with Brownie (uncredited)

Juliet Tondowski ... Russian Hooker (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 12: Lazarus

6 April 2014
Frank recovers from his operation. Fiona is released early and gets a job waiting tables. Everyone is afraid that Ian may be bi-polar.

William H. Macy ... Frank Gallagher

Emmy Rossum ... Fiona Gallagher

Jeremy Allen White ... Lip Gallagher

Ethan Cutkosky ... Carl Gallagher

Shanola Hampton ... Veronica Fisher

Steve Howey ... Kevin Ball

Emma Kenney ... Debbie Gallagher

Cameron Monaghan ... Ian Gallagher

Noel Fisher ... Mickey Milkovich

Emma Greenwell ... Mandy Milkovich

Joan Cusack ... Sheila Jackson

Justin Chatwin ... Jimmy

Emily Bergl ... Sammi

Regina King ... Gail Johnson

Jeffrey Dean Morgan ... Charlie Peters

Dichen Lachman ... Angela

Morgan Lily ... Bonnie

Isidora Goreshter ... Svetlana

James Allen McCune ... Matty Baker
Alessandra Balazs ... Jackie Scabello

Nichole Bloom ... Amanda

Merrin Dungey ... Nurse

Jim Hoffmaster ... Kermit

Michael Patrick McGill ... Tommy

Delanna Studi ... Doris Kendrick

Time Winters ... Doctor

Izabella Alvarez ... Sarah

Sheldon Bailey ... Kenyatta (as Shel Bailey)
Akima ... Nepow (as Akima Castaneda)
Nicholette Dixon ... Tanesha

Liz Eldridge ... Aldo

Saginaw Grant ... Great Grandfather

Kellen Michael ... Chuckie

Martin Soole ... Rolando

Preston Tate Jr. ... Bag Boy

Tai Urban ... Gary

Brandon Bowens ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Kelly Carevic ... Diner Patron (uncredited)
Jennifer Haydn-Jones ... Sorority Sister (uncredited)

LaVelle LaRue ... Campus Cop (uncredited)

Sara Mann ... Sorority Sister (uncredited)

Dominique Rodriguez ... Inmate (uncredited)
Brenden Sims ... Liam Gallagher (uncredited)

Roger Wiggins ... Diner Patron (uncredited)

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Milk of the Gods

11 January 2015
It's summertime again in Chicago. Fiona balances her job at Patsy's Pies and a crush on her older boss, Sean, as Lip says goodbye to college and Amanda. He heads back home where he struggles to fit in with his old Southside friends. But he's not the only thing in the neighborhood that's changing though, realtors are buying up property and a new, trendy yoga studio has popped up. Frank, still recovering from his liver transplant, is living at Sheila's and working on a secret project in her basement while Sheila works upstairs to get rid of a problematic Sammi and Chuckie. At the Milkovich house, Ian helps a pregnant Svetlana take care of baby Yevgeny while Mickey and his brothers run a moving truck scam. Veronica, frustrated by her newborn babies and Kevin's exclusive obsession with them, goes to work at The Alibi while Kev enjoys his new role of stay at home dad. Meanwhile, Debbie, ostracized by Holly and Ellie, helps Frank gather supplies for his project while Carl, stuck with a broken ankle, steals a wheelchair. Back at Patsy's, Fiona enjoys flirting with Davis, the lead singer of the band Jezebel, and a regular at Patsy's. She also waits on Angela, a mystery woman we last saw with Jimmy... In addition, Lip takes a job working for Tommy's demolition crew. Ian, hypersexual as a result of his condition, has a few anonymous sexual encounters. And Frank unveils his mystery project, a home brewery in which he makes "Frank's Milk of the Gods," the self-proclaimed strongest beer known to man.

William H. Macy ... Frank Gallagher

Emmy Rossum ... Fiona Gallagher

Jeremy Allen White ... Lip Gallagher

Ethan Cutkosky ... Carl Gallagher

Shanola Hampton ... Veronica Fisher

Steve Howey ... Kevin Ball

Emma Kenney ... Debbie Gallagher

Cameron Monaghan ... Ian Gallagher

Noel Fisher ... Mickey Milkovich

Emily Bergl ... Sammi

Joan Cusack ... Sheila Jackson

Dermot Mulroney ... Sean Pierce

Steve Kazee ... Gus
Alessandra Balazs ... Jackie Scabello

Nichole Bloom ... Amanda

Vanessa Bell Calloway ... Carol Fisher

Isidora Goreshter ... Svetlana

Dichen Lachman ... Angela

Axle Whitehead ... Davis

Adam Cagley ... Ron Kuzner

Michael Patrick McGill ... Tommy

Rebecca Metz ... Melinda

Kellen Michael ... Chuckie

Mallory Moye ... RJ

David Storrs ... Rinaldo

Carlos Ayala ... Salty

Matthew Boylan ... Honey
Evan Bruce ... Wayne

Lynn Chao ... Mary

Frank Clem ... Joe

Kate Comer ... Art Teacher

Jackson A. Dunn ... Will
Rudy Galvan ... Stumpy

Kamal Hans ... Patel

Ileana Huxley ... Nika (as Illeana Huxley)

Aaron Kirby ... Arnie

Erick Lopez ... Polo
Christopher Michael Moore ... Fred

Lauren Plaxco ... Nicole
Brenden Sims ... Liam Gallagher

Christopher Stills ... Chris (as Chris Stills)

J. Michael Trautmann ... Iggy Milkovich
Tarquin Wilding ... Gay Guy

Enrique Guzman ... Train Passenger (uncredited)
Christopher Kahler ... Nerney (uncredited)
Claire 'Fluff' Llewellyn ... Train Passenger (uncredited)

Donte Phelps ... College Student (uncredited)

Elizabeth Reiners ... EL Passenger (uncredited)

Frankie Sims ... Alibi Bar Patron (uncredited)
Hans Dieter Wolff ... Trucker (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 2: I'm the Liver

18 January 2015
Fiona is officially off house arrest while Lip starts his first day of work for Tommy. But manual labor turns out to be harder than Lip thought and the brutal hazing from his co-workers doesn't help. Sheila considers an offer from two lesbians who want to buy her home. Frank tries to talk her out of it and begins warning everyone of the neighborhood's impending gentrification. Also, the father of boy whose liver Frank received invites Frank to a special father's day dinner with all the other organ recipients, which Sammi ends up crashing, further enraging Sheila. Meanwhile, a manic Ian plans his revenge with Mickey and Mandy against a homophobic military funeral protest. Fiona confronts Sean about her feelings for him. Kev bonds with Svetlana. And Debbie continues to struggle with her friends and boys.

William H. Macy ... Frank Gallagher

Emmy Rossum ... Fiona Gallagher

Jeremy Allen White ... Lip Gallagher

Ethan Cutkosky ... Carl Gallagher

Shanola Hampton ... Veronica Fisher

Steve Howey ... Kevin Ball

Emma Kenney ... Debbie Gallagher

Cameron Monaghan ... Ian Gallagher

Noel Fisher ... Mickey Milkovich

Emily Bergl ... Sammi

Joan Cusack ... Sheila Jackson

Dermot Mulroney ... Sean Pierce

Steve Kazee ... Gus
Alessandra Balazs ... Jackie Scabello

Emma Greenwell ... Mandy Milkovich

Isidora Goreshter ... Svetlana

Patrick Fischler ... Wade Shelton

Axle Whitehead ... Davis

Sheldon Bailey ... Kenyatta (as Shel Bailey)

Stacy Edwards ... Laura Shelton

Nolan Freeman ... Sully

Brad Grunberg ... Tim

Michael Patrick McGill ... Tommy

David St. James ... Pastor

Danika Yarosh ... Holly Herkimer

Jackson A. Dunn ... Will

Raymond Forchion ... Minister

J. Teddy Garces ... Military Officer
Cole Hockenbury ... Homeless Teen

Amy Honey ... Meeting Secretary

John Marshall Jones ... Lungs

Dean Li ... Twink

Kyle Mattocks ... Firefighter

Kellen Michael ... Chuckie

Kevin G. Quinn ... 17 Year Old Boy (as Kevin Quinn)

Amanda Reed ... Jan

Wendy Rosoff ... Corneas

Hector Atreyu Ruiz ... Carlos

Sheila Shaw ... Church Woman
Brenden Sims ... Liam Gallagher

Christopher Stills ... Chris (as Chris Stills)

Zoe Tyson ... 17 Year Old Girl
Jordan Webb ... Muscle Head

Joseph Aviel ... Bartender
Christopher Kahler ... Nerney (uncredited)
Kaleb Shorey ... Carl's Friend (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 3: The Two Lisas

25 January 2015
The gentrification of the Back of the Yards continues with the closing of the Alibi's illegal rub & tug. Frank enlists Carl to scare off the lesbians who are buying up more property in the neighborhood while pleading with Sheila not to cave and sell her home. But Sheila has big plans for her future, with or without Frank. Ian goes on a crazed cleaning spree of the Milkovich house and also wants Lip to help convince Mandy not to move to Indiana with her abusive boyfriend, Kenyatta. But Lip remains emotionally unavailable and pushes Mandy away, possibly for good. Meanwhile, Debbie throws a wild party at the Gallagher house and Carl discovers a hidden talent. In exchange for new brewery equipment, Frank sets the owner of a junkyard up with Sammi under the pretense the she'll sleep with him. And Fiona agrees to go to a concert with Davis, but when his girlfriend shows up Fiona makes a play for Davis's bass player, Gus.

William H. Macy ... Frank Gallagher

Emmy Rossum ... Fiona Gallagher

Jeremy Allen White ... Lip Gallagher

Ethan Cutkosky ... Carl Gallagher

Shanola Hampton ... Veronica Fisher

Steve Howey ... Kevin Ball

Emma Kenney ... Debbie Gallagher

Cameron Monaghan ... Ian Gallagher

Noel Fisher ... Mickey Milkovich

Emily Bergl ... Sammi

Joan Cusack ... Sheila Jackson

Steve Kazee ... Gus
Alessandra Balazs ... Jackie Scabello

JB Blanc ... Hanzi

Vanessa Bell Calloway ... Carol Fisher

Emma Greenwell ... Mandy Milkovich

Dichen Lachman ... Angela

James Allen McCune ... Matty Baker

Axle Whitehead ... Davis

Jenica Bergere ... Lisa

Lily Holleman ... Lisa

Sheldon Bailey ... Kenyatta

Michael Hyatt ... Officer Pimental

Michael Patrick McGill ... Tommy

Mia Serafino ... Gigi

Danika Yarosh ... Holly Herkimer

Kirk Bovill ... Darren

Rae Gray ... Drunk Bored Girl

Kellen Michael ... Chuckie
Scott Morton ... Ernie

Thom Rivera ... Bug Eyed Dude
Brenden Sims ... Liam Gallagher

Christopher Stills ... Chris

Jason Yorker ... Repo Man

Joseph Aviel ... Construction Worker (uncredited)

Dontrail Brinson ... Confused Neighbor (uncredited)

Natalie Kaye ... Young Mother (uncredited)

Tim Musomba ... Officer Lorenzo (uncredited)

Anna Ross ... Drunk Party Girl (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 4: A Night to Remem-- Wait, What?

1 February 2015
Frank arrives at Lou's to pick up his six figure insurance settlement and is shocked to learn that he's already collected it. Meanwhile, Fiona and Gus continue to hit if off, so much so that Gus admits he's falling in love with her. Meanwhile, Lip visits Amanda and her family at her luxurious house in Miami. Carl starts a new job as a drug dealer but quickly realizes he's in over his head. Ian goes overboard when he starts stealing suitcases from the airport baggage claim.

William H. Macy ... Frank Gallagher

Emmy Rossum ... Fiona Gallagher

Jeremy Allen White ... Lip Gallagher

Noel Fisher ... Mickey Milkovich

Cameron Monaghan ... Ian Gallagher
Madinah Ali ... MMA Instructor

Evan Arnold ... Bank Manager

Emily Bergl ... Sammi
Kimberly Bishop ... Banking Employee Lindsay

Cameron Brinkman ... Cute Dancer At Club

Dante Brown ... Jerome

Karen Ann Cabrera ... Lucy (as Karen Cabrera)

Catherine Chen ... Girl

Shayne Collins ... Club Patron

Ethan Cutkosky ... Carl Gallagher

Shaun Daley ... Alibi Bar Patron

Juliette Hing-Lee ... Chang-Chang

George Ketsios ... Nikolai

Adam Kulbersh ... Bank Manager

Donald Li ... Maitre D

Michael Patrick McGill ... Tommy

Rebecca Metz ... Melinda

Luca Oriel ... Derek

Hector Atreyu Ruiz ... Carlos
Ian Salmon ... Gym Trainer

Frankie Sims ... Alibi Bar Patron
Jasmine St. Clair ... Clerk

J. Michael Trautmann ... Iggy Milkovich

Kris Wolff ... Cop

Danika Yarosh ... Holly Herkimer

Season 5, Episode 5: Rite of Passage

2015

Season 5, Episode 6: Crazy Love

2015

Season 5, Episode 7: Episode #5.7

22 February 2015

Season 5, Episode 8: Uncle Carl

1 March 2015

Season 5, Episode 9: Carl's First Sentencing

15 March 2015

Season 5, Episode 10: South Side Rules

2015

Season 5, Episode 11: Drugs Actually

22 March 2015

Season 5, Episode 12: Love Songs (In the Key of Gallagher)

March 2015


Season 6


Season 6, Episode 1: Episode #6.1

January 2016

Season 6, Episode 12: Episode #6.12

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