Outside of the school, Fiona approaches Adam and sits down on the steps with him, Adam notices Fiona's ride didn't show up and she says she's waiting for a taxi, Adam says he thought she would have a princess carriage waiting, with 5 horses and a charming prince to sweep her off her feet.
Fiona says she tried the prince, New York city royalty anyway, charming on the outside vile on the inside, Adam says "right, prince's are so over rated", Fiona says so many guys are just pretending to be something they are not, Adam says right, Fiona says he seems honest, "I mean I can talk to you like a normal person", Adam asks "really?
Frank Gallagher (father) Monica Gallagher (mother)Samantha "Sammi" Slott (half-sister; Frank's bloodline)Phillip "Lip" Gallagher (brother)Ian Gallagher (half-brother; de jure)Deborah "Debbie" Gallagher (sister)Carl Gallagher (brother)Liam Gallagher (brother)Patrick Gallagher (cousin)Frances Harriet Gallagher (niece)Chuckie Slott (half-nephew)Clayton Gallagher (uncle)Jerry Gallagher (uncle)Wyatt Gallagher (uncle)Peggy Gallagher (grandmother)Ginger Gallagher (great aunt) Fiona Gallagher is in the difficult position of being the oldest Gallagher child, so most of the responsibility and child-rearing falls on her young shoulders.
This is due to the fact that her father Frank Gallagher is a drunk and doesn't have any responsibility or maturity and doesn't know how to be a father.
"It gives you the potential to tell the story very slowly if this were a love story between these two people, and I don't really think of it that way.
On the surface, the two lead characters of NBC's new comedy hit, which airs Tuesdays at 9/8c, seem to have all the ingredients for a potential opposites-attract romantic relationship.Bibi, Fiona’s mom, has spent more time next to Fiona and shows a lot of interest in her.Big daddy Henry stopped to check Fiona out on his way outside.This blossoming young woman takes it all in stride as she has clearly been doing it for a long time.She is shown to be a hard-worker and has had a few dead-end, minimum wage jobs to bring in money to help support her and her family.