"I think that a story most people can relate to – which is funny because I imagine some people would take the opposite position because it’s a story about homosexuals – but I think that is the wonderful thing Shameless has done with this storyline, they’ve done a beautiful job telling this very human story. It’s a story about two souls who are being told by society, or however they get the message, that they shouldn’t be together or they’re not allowed to be together or maybe they’re not enough and I think that is something that anyone can relate to this storyline." -Noel Fisher
The Best-Written Gay Couple on Television Is Hiding on a Guilty-Pleasure Show: “These are scared, oppressed boys who often kiss through broken faces. What should have been a depressing and disturbing scene of a father beating the life out of his son was, ultimately, uplifting. The boys again kissing through broken faces. But this time with grins.
To praise the bloody, fraught relationship of Mickey and Ian is not to diminish other, less dramatic depictions. There are a million ways to be gay in America and none of them are wrong. Mickey’s thuggish, street tough is a natural progression from characters like Omar on The Wire, and like every character on Shameless, he and Ian are allowed to be beautiful disasters who are both hard to love and impossible to resist. This is due, in no small part, to the amazing performances from Noel Fisher and Cameron Monaghan who have grown beautifully into their roles.” — Vanity Fair
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