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14-Aug-2017 04:21

Nothing about the vein-acting that I’ve done in my forehead that you noted that I’m so happy about. But a lot of people think that in order to get the chemistry, you’ve got to be really loving and get along and be sweet. But Jimmy is never trying to do her wrong — he’s lying out of love, he’s lying to protect her.

me and Emmy have had fantastic chemistry on this show, chemistry that even surprised me. But I don't think there will be any makeup sex for Fiona and Jimmy when she finds out. What it comes down to is: Fiona has fallen in love with somebody who doesn’t look like Frank Gallagher, but he operates the same way, which is by lying, stealing, taking.

Unfortunately, he's also been lying to her: Fiona has no idea that his arranged wife, drug-lord daughter Estefania, is back in the picture — or that he fingered her in the backseat of a car in last week's episode (the show airs Sundays at nine on Showtime). We spoke to Justin Chatwin, who plays Jimmy, about what's in store for his TV relationship, why he likes to tweet about his ass, and what made that aforementioned fingering scene especially awkward.

The end of last week’s episode killed me, when Fiona tells Jimmy, “I trust you.

, and that her death was going to lead to Robin and Ted winding up together after all.

At the time, I said that would be a cop-out, especially given the lengths the show had gone to to put Robin and Barney together. And frustratingly, the exact thing I wanted not to happen happened. (Though thank God we did not see a death scene — Cristin Milioti's shimmery Precious Moments eyes are already so evocative.) And Ted's kids declared, without malice, that this wasn't really the story of how Ted had met their mother: It was the story of how he "totally, totally, totally [has] the hots for Aunt Robin." That's probably fair, really; we only spent a ninth of the show with the mother as a speaking character, and we only learned her name on tonight's episode (Tracy Mc Connell, so she and Ted share their initials).

That’s bigger to me than 'I love you.'” Isn’t that a great line? Or do you just want me to hug you and take you out on a date? When you say, “I trust you,” it's like, I could go away to war, and I know you’re not going to cheat on me.

At the head of the household is Fiona (Emmy Rossum), a stubbornly independent sister-mom who only just started accepting help from her boyfriend, Jimmy, this season. He cooks breakfast for the family, he sends the kids to school, and he still manages to give Fiona her orgasms. You tweeted about running naked through Chicago, and you tend to tweet about your ass scenes in general. I think your ass did a great job in the scene last night. No, I’m very — my veins pop out when I get emotional. Emmy told us a while back that you'd purposely eat tuna fish before your love scenes. But there were a couple of weeks where we were really bickering back and forth at each other. It wasn’t my fault.” How well do you think that would go off with the child of an alcoholic like Fiona? It wouldn't go off well, but it’d go off better than it will when she eventually finds out. Do you think anyone’s good for anyone on this show? Yeah, well there is that line in the last episode that they’re everyone’s last glimmer of hope. I’ll tell you, I’ve ran naked down the south side of Chicago, where there’s more deaths than in Afghanistan at the moment, with 30 hood-women hootin' and hollerin' at me — and it’s not awkward. But then, you know, my best friend starts dating a girl that I have to do sex scenes with, and it becomes more of a challenge. Are you actually happy about it, or did I offend you? Usually Emmy is the only other person who would talk to me about my vein-acting. I was trying to piss her off, and it was really childish of me. But what they don’t know is that sometimes — all the time — love and hate look identical. Because, I mean, how well do you think it would go if he came home and said, “Oh, by the way, I finger-blasted my today in the backseat of a car. In this case, it was more awkward because my best friend’s now dating Stephanie Fantauzzi [who plays Estefania]. How did that compare to shooting regular sex scenes, which you’ve done a lot of on the show?

At the head of the household is Fiona (Emmy Rossum), a stubbornly independent sister-mom who only just started accepting help from her boyfriend, Jimmy, this season. He cooks breakfast for the family, he sends the kids to school, and he still manages to give Fiona her orgasms. You tweeted about running naked through Chicago, and you tend to tweet about your ass scenes in general. I think your ass did a great job in the scene last night. No, I’m very — my veins pop out when I get emotional. Emmy told us a while back that you'd purposely eat tuna fish before your love scenes. But there were a couple of weeks where we were really bickering back and forth at each other. It wasn’t my fault.” How well do you think that would go off with the child of an alcoholic like Fiona? It wouldn't go off well, but it’d go off better than it will when she eventually finds out. Do you think anyone’s good for anyone on this show? Yeah, well there is that line in the last episode that they’re everyone’s last glimmer of hope. I’ll tell you, I’ve ran naked down the south side of Chicago, where there’s more deaths than in Afghanistan at the moment, with 30 hood-women hootin' and hollerin' at me — and it’s not awkward. But then, you know, my best friend starts dating a girl that I have to do sex scenes with, and it becomes more of a challenge. Are you actually happy about it, or did I offend you? Usually Emmy is the only other person who would talk to me about my vein-acting. I was trying to piss her off, and it was really childish of me. But what they don’t know is that sometimes — all the time — love and hate look identical. Because, I mean, how well do you think it would go if he came home and said, “Oh, by the way, I finger-blasted my today in the backseat of a car. In this case, it was more awkward because my best friend’s now dating Stephanie Fantauzzi [who plays Estefania]. How did that compare to shooting regular sex scenes, which you’ve done a lot of on the show? Like, do you have a sense of how long your character will be around for?