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They believed most people would consider separation at 25 hours as unjust as separation at 24 hours.Clearing the ad, the ASA said it understood the complainants were concerned the ad implied a significant number of dairy farms did not comply with animal welfare standards in place in the UK, and milk production was therefore “inhumane” in that sense.

But in any case, they believed the exact timing of the separation was irrelevant to the ad, which commented on the injustice of separating cow and calf, claiming later separation actually caused more distress.What does the summer-set new season have in store for Chicago’s scrappiest clan? The episode starts with some aerial shots of Chicago in the summertime. Turns out Chuckie is also in bed with them, and he’s… ) as a topless prostitute folds clothes in the dining room. Svetlana – who is now a professional surrogate, which is beyond terrifying – tells Mickey that Patel from the dry cleaners hit one of the girls and left without paying, and his brothers break open the gun cabinet. Debs (Emma Kenny) and Carl (Ethan Cutkosky) watch a building get torn down, and she refuses to give him a lift on her bike even though he has a broken ankle from a skateboarding accident and is on crutches. Back at home, Fiona (Emmy Rossum) puts together the above-ground pool with wee Liam (who is considerably less wee this season) and her boss Sean, now played by Dermot Mulroney, who demonstrates that he can still rock a wet tank top when they get into a hose fight. Lip is filling out an RA application so that he can get free housing next fall – Amanda offers to let him stay at her place for free, but he balks at the idea of living together.But it concluded: “We understood that Defra recommended that calves should be kept with their mothers for at least 12 and preferably 24 hours after birth. Meaning that we love Showtime’s gleefully tasteless, consistently amazing dramedy, of course – not that we, as lovers, have no shame. The Gallaghers are back and I can’t believe how much I missed them. Macy) and Sheila (Joan Cusack) in bed, which is slightly less nifty. The Milkovich house is as close to domestic bliss as it’s ever going to get, with Svetlana (Isidora Goreshtor), Mickey (Noel Fisher) and Ian (Cameron Monaghan) taking care of the baby and getting Mickey ready for work (he’s wearing a tie!She asks if he went to see a doctor yet and he hasn’t because he feels good now.

He says that his depressive episode was just a one-time thing probably caused by all the drugs he was doing at the club.

Sammi (Emily Bergl, now a series regular) comes in and asks if she can help Frank with anything, and Sheila chides her for bringing some random guy home and kicking her own kid out of the trailer.

The guy shows up – his name’s Renaldo and he’s filthy, and knows Frank, but that doesn’t stop Sammi from giving him Sheila’s food and mounting Renaldo on the couch.

Sheila tries to put Sammi in her place and convince her that she’s acting out her daddy issues, but Sammi tells her she’s not her mother, and Chuckles breaks one of Sheila’s Hummel figurines.

So Sammi goes down on the guy as Sheila tries to shield Chuckles from it while rushing him up the stairs. Fiona jogs with Ian, who does so while pushing a double-wide baby stroller.

Sheila comes home to an empty house and sniffs the couch that Sammi got busy on. Turns out Sammi also raided Sheila’s sex toy collection and used some of them as well. She dumps a bucketful of dildos into the tub and runs down to tell Frank that Sammi is acting like a crazy person.