Wilfred (US) - Season 1
A man who fills his life with depression plans to commit suicide but fails after a failed suicide attempt. Ryan notices that he sees the neighbor's dog as a dog. Wolffried is angry after Ryan tricked him into going to the vet. Ryan reveals that Wilfred left his wallet outside when he stormed Spencer's house. Ryan is obliged to pay for the help of his sister, but it is not appropriate, so he must hand over Yelved to the nursery in Daryl. The dog feels careless and acts strangely depressed.
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June 23, 2011 Wilfred is rather aggressively offbeat, aimed squarely at an audience whose taste leans toward the more unusual.Read in Source
June 23, 2011 Gann can be irresistibly gross at times while Wood is good at being hapless. Together they sometimes make quite a comedy team. Almost as good as Turner & Hooch.Read in Source
June 23, 2011 Wilfred is intensely vulgar, and only guys around the age of 28 whose ears, and sensibilities, are covered with scar tissue will find nothing offensive. Otherwise, it's very funny.Read in Source
June 23, 2011 FX likes comedies with a dark streak, and this one certainly qualifies.Read in Source
June 23, 2011 It has the potential to grow, but is currently lacking an internal laugh track.Read in Source
June 23, 2011 He [Wood] is the perfect straight man in this offbeat, surreal, crude, and occasionally touching seriesRead in Source
New York Daily News
June 23, 2011 It's a bizarre show that isn't without interest, charm or humor, but which in the end may be a little too much trouble to follow.Read in Source
June 23, 2011 It's crude and hilarious and clearly aimed at a young male audience.Read in Source
June 23, 2011 There's potential there, and I trust FX more than any other network.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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