Provided you're not glued to the lovely O'Leary (there's a repeat of last night's National Television Awards on TV3 from 9pm), why not stare bemused at William H. Macy's incarnation as Frank Gallagher. Yep, the Americans allowed a ecstasy necking, alcohol swilling, potty mouthed crud on their screens. According to the press release, it's not at all been watered down: it promises to be a racy and edgy adaptation of the long-running British family drama orbiting around an alcoholic patriarch of a large, unconventional, blue-collar family. In the U.S. version, the sprawling Gallagher family has been transplanted to working-class Chicago during the challenging times of today's recession. Making ends meet is always difficult, especially with a mother who is AWOL and a father who usually ends up passed out on the living room floor. Emmy Rossum stars as oldest daughter Fiona, who is left to the often impossible task of keeping her five younger brothers and sisters on track...