Let's call this function:
c = Child()
You'll notice that method3() will not be called because our super() is passing in a variable gp, and it is expecting all classes to accept one parameter in the __init__().
A small change to your program can be done to fix this problem by using *args and **kwargs.
The *args is used to pass a variable-length argument list, and the **kwargs form is used to pass a dictionary object of variable length.
By modifying the class SomeClass' __init__() by adding *args and **kwargs, you can now have functions that doesn't need variables to just ignore the variables being passed for this function.
In the other Classes you should use either the *args or **kwargs for your parameters too. You can check if the len() of the list is correct, and if so, assign the values.