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 that 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.
Did You Know?
When asking Carl about the car being towed, Lisa says "all the parking signs from the south side of the street were moved to the north side" This implies that the fictional Wallace Street that is home to the Gallaghers runs from east to west (with houses, and parking, on the north and south sides).
However in previous episodes, the Gallagher's address is stated as "2119 N. Wallace St." which would indicate a street running north to south. Parking signs would be on either the east or west side of the street. See more
References Mary Poppins
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