For a show this obsessed with anal sex they sure don't seem to get the core concept. I mean, it's funny, it's shameless, he refuses to get a job so now getting fucked is his job. I get that. And they already showed and discussed plenty of healthy instances of doing it in the butt, between V and Ian, so there's an array, but maybe if it wasn't the same joke every time (this is I think the fifth this week, including visual gags) it wouldn't seem so weird.
A very Jägered-up Fiona runs out into the living room, where Kev is brooding, and they have a pretty cute sibling interaction where she kinda leans into him and tells him she loves him and V and apologizes for their roles as co-parents to her kids and pretty much the entire storyline up to this point, and talks about how pretty Veronica is, and he gets real sad and weird but right before she hazily tries to ask about that, the delivery truck pulls up outside: Debbie managed to get a new water heater delivered that very night with her reward earnings. She supervises its transport and installation in just about the most adorable way, and everybody hops around and loves Debbie some more, because she is an angel. Just a psycho shit-hot nuts screwball of an angel.
Like next morning they'll all be doing their wheels-within-wheel breakfast thing they always do, reaching over and around like a family of arachnids or crabs, and Debbie will come stomping in looking like hell and refusing to go to school. And why not? Well, she'll explain, as she spreads peanut butter onto a diaper and trudges back up the stairs: Gin-Gin had her up half the night with diarrhea.
But that's in the morning. Now, you got Fiona and Kev alone outside, in the cold, and it's shot so beautifully and the lights are so crystal clear and Fiona looks very beautiful and inside there is white-people dancing but outside it's just pretty quiet, as quiet as it gets in the city, and she's like, "Why are you being so weird about getting married?" and he says, "Because I'm already married," and heads back inside. Fiona focuses on nothing.
So it's interesting. Because not one of these people can keep a secret or even let a problem go longer than five seconds, so my first thought is that they're all going to turn on Kev and try to fix it without V knowing and it'll be another caper but then eventually they'll accept Kev because hey, we're all gross and poor and married to other people than the people we're marrying, it's how Chicago rolls. But then I think no, this is going to be a BFF thing and Fiona is going to hound Kev about it to save V, and they'll end up being closer friends and he'll be like reluctantly pulled into even more of a co-parenting/quasi-Gallagher role and finally stop bitching about it.