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WILFRED Turns the Tables Around in “Dignity” – Review
The first season of Wilfred stuck pretty closely to the idea of Wilfred being the manipulator in Ryan’s life, taking advantage of his good nature, using guilt and blackmail in order to convince Ryan to do things...
- Posted 318 days ago
WILFRED Introduces New Love in “Letting Go”
Wilfred Season 2 Premiere “Letting Go” Review. “Some of us think holding on makes us strong, but sometimes it is letting go.” – Herman Hesse “Letting Go” isn’t nearly as balls-to-the-wall bizarre as last week’s season opener,...
- Posted 325 days ago
Wilfred Makes Incredible Progress – Review
“Discontent is the first necessity of progress.” – Thomas Edison Progress should be something we are all familiar with. Whether it’s on an emotional level or otherwise – medical, social, professional, mental, pretty much anything really –...
- Posted 332 days ago
Smallville’s Chloe on FX’s Wilfred
Allison Mack Joins Elijah Wood in FX’s Wilfred for Major Role It’s been a while since we’ve heard any big news for FX’s Wilfred, so I’m relieved to be able to tell you the series has cast Smallville’s...
- Posted 415 days ago
Wilfred Tries To Be The Lost Of Sitcoms
“The value of identity is that so often with it comes purpose.” – Richard R. Grant What Wilfred has done through out its freshman season is play around with the idea that the main character, Ryan, learns...
- Posted 616 days ago
Wilfred Sacrifices Dark Humor for Solid Character Development
“Love is a willingness to sacrifice.” ~Michael Novak The latest from Wilfred was a step back towards toward more traditional situational comedy. Don’t assume that’s a bad thing, though. Straight up comedy is just as good as...
- Posted 625 days ago
Ryan Doubts His Sanity and Wilfred
“Doubt must be no more than vigilance, otherwise it can become dangerous.” – George C. Lichtenberg Execution is important when you’re playing around with concepts such as mental illnesses the way Wilfred does. Often times Wilfred does...
- Posted 631 days ago
Wilfred’s Double Shot of Laughs
“Make no judgments where you have no compassion.” – Anne McCaffrey This week we got a double dose of Wilfred. The first episode was called “Compassion” and featured the delightful Mary Steenburgen as Ryan’s questionably sane mother,...
- Posted 640 days ago
Wilfred Hits A Low Point
“Anger as soon as fed is dead—tis starving makes it fat.” – Emily Dickinson The latest episode of Wilfred isn’t as laugh out loud funny as I’ve come to expect from the show. I believe the fault...
- Posted 647 days ago
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...
- Posted 654 days ago