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Lazarus 

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

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Frank Gallagher
... Fiona Gallagher
... Lip Gallagher
... Carl Gallagher
... Veronica Fisher
... Kevin Ball
... Debbie Gallagher
... Ian Gallagher
... Mickey Milkovich
... Mandy Milkovich
... Sheila Jackson
... Jimmy
... Sammi Slott
... Gail Johnson
... Charlie Peters
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Sheila fights for custody of the Native American kids and clashes with Sammi about where they will all live once Frank is released. Lip catches up on bills with the money he got from Amanda's parents. Fiona, meanwhile, passes a drug test, gets sprung from jail and lands a job at Patsy's Pies with the help of her parole officer. Also, a more cognizant Frank begins to feel like his old, troubled self. Season finale.

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As of March 2018, this episode is the highest rated of the entire series with an IMDB score of 9.6 See more »

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Fiona Gallagher: It was me, Lip. Not Frank. Not Monica. Not nature. Not nurture. It was all me. I'm 23. It can't be about how much they screwed us up anymore.
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I Get My Way
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Performed by Jay Condiotti
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The best season finale on TV yet
15 September 2014 | by See all my reviews

It's very common for a TV series finale to leave everyone hanging - making the following season more exciting. But what makes this episode stand out is how everything came all together. Each and every character acted in an amazing way that made us feel that we are somehow part of their lives - like a brother or a sister or like a neighbor watching the Galleghers. A huge shout out to Noel and Cameron's role as Mickey and Ian - they are by far, the best and authentic gay couple on TV. Just watching their characters grow somehow will touch you, weather you are gay, bi or straight. They've both has given so many confused and closeted gays freedom. Again, this episode is by far the best finale for a season of a TV series.


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