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Wilfred

Wilfred

Wilfred

Jul 13, 2012 12:00 AM

Wilfred becomes obsessed with maintaining a vicious rivalry with a new foe, but Ryan grows concerned about the effects the feud may have on him so he tries to end his furry companion's relentless quarrel before it escalates.

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  • Jason-gann-and-elijah-wood-on-wilfred_event_main

    Wilfred

    Sep 05, 2013

    TV Network - FX

    We have, more than once or twice (or even thrice), this season told you to watch "Wilfred."  We have explained how the show is funny and clever and features a man in a dog suit.  Tonight is the last episode of the season which means that it's the last time we'll tell you (this season) that you ought to be watching the series.  Listen, we truly think that if you watch the show you just might enjoy yourself for 30 minutes, and if your life is anything like ours, 30 minutes of enjoyment is really not a bad thing (could it ever be a bad thing).  It has a man in a dog suit, really.

  • Jason-gann-and-elijah-wood-on-wilfred_event_main

    Wilfred

    Aug 22, 2013

    TV Network - FX

    Tonight is episode 11 of the 13 episode season of "Wilfred."  That means that there is just not a whole lot of "Wilfred" left before it goes away for awhile (don't you dare say forever, we can't think that).  Oh yes, when summer ends, so will season three.  What we suggest you do with this series is the same thing you do as you realize that summer is waning -- grab it in death grip and wring every little morsel of amusement and joy out of the thing as you possibly can.  Don't squeeze too tightly as you don't want to hurt the dog, but don't let it get away either.

  • Jason-gann-and-elijah-wood-on-wilfred_event_main

    Wilfred

    Aug 01, 2013

    TV Network - FX

    There is just something funny about a man in a dog suit.  Come on, quite honestly, how funny is it to see a man in a dog suit on a weekly basis?  You could probably get folks to tune in simply by having a man in a dog suit stand there for 30 minutes on every week.  However, FX isn't happy with just doing that, no, they have a man in a dog suit talking to a hobbit for 30 minutes every single Thursday night during the show's run.  How much fun is it?  Well, we wouldn't tell you on nearly a weekly basis to watch the show if it weren't so danged funny.

  • Elijah-wood-and-jason-gann-on-wilfred_event_main

    Wilfred

    Jul 25, 2013

    TV Network - FX

    Last week we warned you that this week would mark the halfway point in this season of "Wilfred."  It is therefore, we feel, incumbent upon us to tell you this week that we are indeed halfway through the season.  What's more is that you should really be watching.  Have you seen the promos for the series?  Ryan dancing with Wilfred is hysterical, absolutely hysterical, but the funny doesn't just end with the previews, it continues into the actual series itself.  We honestly believe that if you sit down and watch, you're going to enjoy yourself.

  • Elijah-wood-and-jason-gann-on-wilfred_event_main

    Wilfred

    Jul 18, 2013

    TV Network - FX

    Time for some math -- there are 13 episodes in this season of "Wilfred," and tonight is episode six which means that after tonight a mere seven remain.  Put another way, halfway through next week's episode we will be at the halfway point of the season.  We don't like that.  It means that time is passing too quickly, that the summer is zipping by, that the man in a dog suit season is zipping by, that before we know it, Labor Day--and the fall--will be upon us.  We will, obviously, still be watching tonight, but we're just uncomfortable with what it means... as uncomfortable as a man has to be wearing a dog suit.

  • Elijah-wood-on-wilfred_event_main

    Wilfred

    Jun 27, 2013

    TV Network - FX

    Last week, "Wilfred" started the season with two new episodes.  Next week, they will air but one new episode.  Here though, in week two, we are getting two episodes once more.  This is, as of this writing, the last time this season we know of there being two new episodes on a single night.  That isn't to say that things won't change in the future, that FX won't rejigger its schedule, it's just that for right now if you want two new episodes of a man and a man in a dog suit, you can't be looking towards the future, you have to be in the here and now.  If that isn't important, if a full hour of man and man in dog suit comedy isn't important, well, we just don't know what is.

  • Jason-gann-and-elijah-wood-on-wilfred-last-season_event_main

    Wilfred

    Jun 20, 2013

    TV Network - FX

    There are some weird shows on television, but weird doesn't mean not worth watching.  Take this series, "Wilfred."  We bet that if you tune in for tonight's season premiere, you're going to like what you see.  On the other hand if we were to tell you that this is a comedy about a guy, let's say he's slightly unhinged but maybe he isn't, who in order to make his way in the world imagines that this dog isn't a dog as much as he's a man in a dog suit.  Yes, that's right, this guy thinks (or pretends) a dog is actually a man in a dog suit.  Anyway, if we were to tell you that, would you tune in?  Well, you should, you'll like it.

  • Tv

    Wilfred

    Jun 09, 2013

    Ryan and Wilfred decide to work together in order to help Jenna with a big opportunity that could further her career, and they surprise themselves with the extraordinary lengths they are willing to go in order to accomplish their generous goal.

  • Tv

    Wilfred

    Jun 09, 2013

    Ryan and Wilfred decide to work together in order to help Jenna with a big opportunity that could further her career, and they surprise themselves with the extraordinary lengths they are willing to go in order to accomplish their generous goal.

  • Elijah-wood-on-wilfred_event_main

    Wilfred

    Sep 20, 2012

    TV Network - FX

    Tonight is unlucky episode 13 of the second season of "Wilfred."  Now, we don't call it unlucky simply because it's the 13th episode--we don't believe in such things--we call it unlucky because it's the last episode of the season and that is pretty unlucky.  We fully expect it o be a great episode, but the 'last episode of the season' bit does upset us.  We don't want "Wilfred" to go away, we want it to say with us forever, like a faithful dog... or a faithful dog in a man suit.  Wait, no, we have that wrong -- like a faithful man in a dog suit.  Yup, that's better.

  • Elijah-wood-and-jason-gann-on-wilfred_event_main

    Wilfred

    Aug 30, 2012

    TV Network - FX

    We are, most definitely, in the home stretch for this season of "Wilfred."  Of the 13 episodes ordered (a lucky number to be sure), we have but three remaining.  Now, an effort is being made to stretch out the season a little by not airing a new episode next week, but we're not entirely sure that skipping a week alleviates the problem of having so few fresh episodes left.  There is just something about a man in a dog suit that makes us laugh, even if the man in the dog suit isn't really a man in the dog suit.  Or is he?  We get confused about reality sometimes.

  • Jason-gann-on-wilfred_event_main

    Wilfred

    Jul 26, 2012

    TV Network - FX

    There is something wonderful and wonderfully sad about this show.  It is entirely possible that the point isn't for it to be wonderfully sad, but we sometimes see it that way.  Here is this poor guy, just trying to make his way in the world, but he's constantly thwarted isn't he?  He's constantly stopped and told what to do, orders are barked at him.  Heck, he can't even cook for himself, can he?  Then, the poor guy, he's shoved into this dog suit and everyone thinks that he's just a plain dog except for one other dude.  Man, we feel bad for Wilfred.  Can't someone throw him a bone?

  • Tv

    Wilfred

    Jul 13, 2012

    Wilfred becomes obsessed with maintaining a vicious rivalry with a new foe, but Ryan grows concerned about the effects the feud may have on him so he tries to end his furry companion's relentless quarrel before it escalates.

  • Tv

    Wilfred

    Jul 12, 2012

    Wilfred becomes obsessed with maintaining a vicious rivalry with a new foe, but Ryan grows concerned about the effects the feud may have on him so he tries to end his furry companion's relentless quarrel before it escalates.

  • Tv

    Wilfred

    Jul 08, 2012

    Ryan begins to notice that his canine friend's popularity may be causing problems for his own reputation amongst people they know, which leads to him trying to put an end to the adoring praise being received by the furry personality.

  • Elijah-wood-and-jason-gann-on-wilfred-_event_main

    Wilfred

    Jul 05, 2012

    TV Network - FX

    We referred to this show as a 'man be dog' world, but perhaps it's a 'dog be man' thing, honestly we're not quite sure what the best way to put it might be.  What we do know is this -- in the televisual summer, a time when we're all groping for comedy that is meant to be funny as opposed to the unintentional comedy of some reality series, FX is giving us Thursday nights.  Thursday nights have Charlie Sheen and Louis C.K. and Russell Brand and this particular series in which your kind of sort of average individual sees a regular dog as a man in a bad dog suit.  Trust us, it's funny.

  • Robin-williams-and-elijah-wood-on-wilfred_event_main

    Wilfred

    Jun 21, 2012

    TV Network - FX

    When you tell someone that there's this television show you love about this one guy who talks to this dog who talks back to him, you have to be kind of worried, right?  We mean, there's a strong sense that such a show may veer into "Mr. Ed" territory and people will look at you funny.  Well, we suggest when you talk about "Wilfred" that you mention that when the dog talks back he does so as an Australian guy wearing a ridiculous dog costume.  Trust us, we've tried the explanation on the subway and we didn't get any sort of strange looks whatsoever (in fact, we got the whole car to ourselves).

    P.S. - Robin Williams is on tonight.

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    Wilfred

    Sep 08, 2011

    TV Network - FX

    So you see, there's this dog who is a dog, but to his owner (or the human he spends a whole lot of time with anyway), the dog isn't a dog, the dog is man in a dog suit.  Now, if we were the owner (or the human the dog spent a lot of time with), we would spend our whole life in therapy trying to make the dog just look like a dog again.  We wouldn't care what it would take, we would do everything in our power to make it happen.  We're happy though that the dog here still looks like a man, because it makes for an awfully good TV show, the season finale of which airs tonight.

  • Wilfred_event_main

    Wilfred

    Jul 28, 2011

    TV Network - FX

    Listen, we have our sources, and our sources tell us that "Wilfred" is a pretty good show and most definitely worth watching not just in general, but this week specifically.  Right now you're probably asking us why exactly this is, but the truth is that we're not going to tell you, we're just going to suggest that you watch.  We are happy to tell you this much about the show -- it's going to have something to do with this guy and his dog who looks like a human to the guy, but to no one else.  Of course, that's not really giving anything away, that's what the whole series is about.

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