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William H. Macy on Shameless, Acting Underwater, and Channeling Leonardo DiCaprio's Wolf of Wall Street Drug Scene

Spoilers ahead for the season-seven premiere of Shameless. When we last left Frank Gallagher, dysfunctional patriarch of Showtime's Shameless, he was being dumped in the Chicago River and left for fish food. He'd just crashed his eldest daughter's wedding and, in one heroin-addled bit of verbal diarrhea, proceeded to destroy ... More »
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