Shameless 

William H. Macy's a clown, but the poverty here is no joke.

roll. The conventional wisdom is that Shameless is William H. Macy’s show. He appears in it, of course, playing Frank Gallagher, the drunken lout and (mostly absentee) father to a litter of parish rats in Chicago. But calling him the star?…

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