Veronica is doing that thing to an old person that they did to Michelle Pfeiffer's breasts that time at the convent, supposed to clear toxins from her lungs or dark humors from her gall bladder or whatever, and Kev calls to yell at her about, guess what, loaning their shit to the Gallaghers. (But if she didn't do these things, what the fuck would they talk about?) This time it's the toaster, because Carl effed up the Gallagher one by melting action figures together. Kev yells and whatever, he's irritating, and then the old ladies Veronica is dealing with start talking about farts and colostomies and just like that we're back at the Gallaghers', because no sir.
Long, luxurious scene of Gallagher tumult, with the whirling cameras and splitting poor people duties, and for some reason it is very cold in the house, and Carl's carrying around a baseball bat ("The bat is for killing, not for taking to school. I don't need any more notes from your teacher") and Steve shows up looking for Ian. "Befriend the brother to Um, duh. But also "I am addicted to your family because I am a cold and lonely grifter with the heart of a knight errant and the bone structure of a porno twink."
Kev runs in yelling about the dumb toaster and Carl's melting guys in there already and then the florist drops off a lovely bouquet which Fiona assumes came from Steve but in fact are from Tony ("Fiona, thanks for a night I'll never forget") which Kev thinks is hysterical. Meanwhile Deb's stealing wifi from a neighbor ("Thank you, Beaver327!") and Fiona's figuring out that the gas is completely cut off, and when Steve explains he's only there to give Ian some sports tickets he won in a bet Kev says he should go with the Oilers because the Flyers are "a bunch of fags," which of course doesn't faze Ian but gets Lip's hackles right up, because he is wonderful.
Kev laughs about the Tony thing, which Fiona hates because Steve's standing right there, so she gives the spiel about how they had a nice time and he's really sweet and has an honest job, and Kev makes fun of that too, and Steve's just concerned that maybe Fiona is taking this thing with them so far that she actually fucked him, which she did, but now he has all the ingredients to a recipe that, when fully baked, means Fiona is totally in love with Steve. I don't think any of them know that at this point. Except maybe Fiona, which means the opposite.