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Wilfred Goes Down the “Wabbit Hole”
“In general, pride is at the bottom of all great mistakes” – Steven H. Coogler
What makes Wilfred so enjoyable for me isn’t necessarily the plot of each episode, but the interactions between Ryan and Wilfred. The situations they get themselves into are so imaginative and priceless; it’s like a never-ending mine of humor. Where else are you going to get a man contemplating whether it’s more humiliating to ask his sister for money or have sex with a stuffed giraffe?
And that’s what “Pride” is about. How low will Ryan stoop just so he can avoid the shame of admitting he has money troubles? It’s an instantly relatable topic. I know I’ve had to borrow money from family members. It’s also an easy story to go to. But no matter how thin the story is, Wilfred and Ryan manage to up the ante. I’ve mentioned Wilfred’s dips into black comedy, and it revisits that side of itself again, this time playing with bestiality. It’s so gross, but so funny.
Wilfred has a fantastic storyline that perfectly displays what a dog might be thinking when it’s humping a stuffed toy if it had a human personality. Like a human would, Wilfred grows bored of Bear and wants something wilder. He soon meets a giraffe, and somehow it leads to Wilfred in a gimp suit demanding to see Ryan have sex with the new toy. Wild indeed.
These trips into the bizarre help the formulaic nature of the episode, but a round of applause should be given for guest star Jane Kaczmarek (Malcolm in the Middle). She plays Beth, with whom Ryan gets in a car accident (totally Wilfred’s doing). She agrees not to charge Ryan for the damage if he stimulates her “wabbit hole.” *Shudder* Kaczmarek is totally game and portrays the single mom with an inner pervert to perfection.
“It’s a semen-drenched teddy bear.”
“Jobs are for immigrants.”
“It’s monopoly; it’s not real money. How many times do I have to tell you that?” “One more times.” “It’s not real money.” “Shit!”
“She’s your sister. She loves you. Bleed the bitch dry.”
“And thanks to you I’m going to town on the deepest throat in the stuffed animal kingdom!”
“We’re having a conversation here you adorable little piece of shit.”
“Right bunny, wrong hole.”