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Jenna's wedding is under way in Ryan's backyard, with Amanda as his plus-one.
Wilfred brings up an old drawing Ryan drew with his family and dog, Sneakers, only to find a mysterious addition of another pet in the background -- Wilfred. Impossible. I can only suspect this was a crude prank by the dog.
To avoid becoming a victim of another one of Wilfred's jokes, Ryan unleashes a Battlestar...Read more »
The "most important and shortest" walk of Wilfred's life will happen during Jenna's wedding as the ring-bearer.
Drew hustles Ryan over while they both hang out in their respective front yards and asks for "inspiration" in writing his vows. The inspiration he finds is in Ryan's basement, bubbling in a plastic bottle.
Taking advantage of his sobriety, Ryan asks Drew...Read more »
After a mishap on Jenna’s broadcast show involving marijuana candy, her journalism career has become a punch line — similar to the laughable careers of Lindsay Lohan or Kim Kardashian. “Honesty” involves Ryan attempting to revive her career, passing along a variation of story leads for her to report on.
While hanging out in the basement, Wilfred reveals a pit hidden beneath a rug where he...Read more »
Ryan’s back at work — that dark gray, claustrophobic place. It’s time on FX's "Wilfred" for some seriousness. Ryan's boss gives an inspirational speech after announcing the employees will be losing their jobs. And after he goes into his office to “call his wife,” he shoots himself.
Emotions go from depressing to light when Ryan’s mom offers to help his sister, Kristen, in preparing...Read more »
Love is an evergreen topic that pulls at a universal string in everybody’s heart.
Despite seeing bits and pieces of Amanda, Ryan professes his love for her. And to his relief, she reciprocates. No time is wasted, as Ryan gives it the old college try and asks her to move in.
While he and Wilfred are in the basement straightening up, Wilfred shares with Ryan his doubts about his new roommate....Read more »
This week’s theme is a doggie dance competition. In “Avoidance,” Wilfred and Ryan team up to compete. And, despite being two grown men, they both take the competition seriously – as we see with the montage of rehearsals, '50s jazz music and synchronized moves – dare I say, like a musical?
Ryan runs into an old friend from law school, James. He and Ryan had previously, and miserably, worked...Read more »
This week's episode, "Control," has all the ingredients for a seemingly classy episode — a dinner party, beautiful people and a brisket. I only hope I didn't speak too soon.
While Ryan and Jenna are on the beach with Wilfred, Amanda stops by in the midst of her Sunday morning run. Ryan introduces both ladies, but was upset about the circumstances they had to meet in. His solution...Read more »
A gun to your head can alter your perspective on life — not only for humans, but dogs, too.
“Now” veers away from the show’s signature brash humor and takes the German existential philosophy road. Wilfred encourages Ryan to “be in the present” and puts his words into action by holding a gun to Ryan’s face, misfiring it and attempting to reshoot. Although he doesn’t hurt Ryan, his goal was...Read more »
A war has begun — a war between dogs and babies. The purpose? To crown the cutest victor.
At least, according to Wilfred, that’s how it goes.
“Guilt” starts off with Ryan receiving a text from his older sister, Kristen, who spent a portion of season one in India at a clinic and was knocked up in the midst of an affair with a married man, Arturo. Now she’s back and wants to see...Read more »