Shameless Season 7 Episode 3 “Home Sweet Homeless Shelter” :- Watch Shameless Season 7 Episode 3 “Home Sweet Homeless Shelter” on Youtube on Fire, Kevin, Veronica and Svetlana start a topless maid service; Frank makes new friends at the shelter to replace his family; Debbie’s new lifestyle comes to an abrupt end; Carl gets a gonorrhea scare; Ian struggles with a breakup and his mental health; business at Patsy’s hits the skids; a new family member and bartender is introduced and he is packing a big surprise. I have a feeling she’s going to seek tips from her in the coming weeks to try and carve out her own career. As much as I like Tate Ellington as Chad, I hope the writers don’t throw Fiona into a relationship with him, or anyone for that matter. Fiona functions so much better as an independent woman. I can’t wait to see how the rest of her journey plays out this season. I just hope that Fiona’s storyline coming full circle is not paving the way for an exit for Emmy Rossum. The show just would not be the same without her. That said, the UK version of Shameless lasted for nine seasons after Fiona departed. The writers really could come up with a plausible exit for the character. Getting himself a whole new family to replace the current crop of “degenerates” was a great way to bring some new characters into the fold. The storyline is simply hilarious. The police officer refusing to move Frank from the house the realtor was trying to sell was a great twist. She didn’t want to cause any trouble by moving dozens of homeless people, so she let them stay put. Say what you want about Frank, but he can easily sway people who are not his family on to his side. It’s a good trait to get what he wants. “Home Sweet Homeless Shelter” was up there as one of the best episodes of the entire series. The show can flawlessly switch between serious subjects and humor. No other show on TV is quite like it.
Shameless Season 7 Episode 3 “Home Sweet Homeless Shelter” :- Rating: 8.5/10
Release: 16 October 2016
Director: Iain B. MacDonald
Stars: William H. Macy, Emmy Rossum, Jeremy Allen White