‘Wilfred,’ Season 1, Episode 3, ‘Conscience’: TV Recap

Today’s quote comes from Mahatma Gandhi: "Fear has its use but cowardice has none."

This episode will probably feature our usually wimpy protagonist Ryan engaged in some sort of frightening exercise, the results of which will improve his life in some fashion. Or, he’ll remain a wimp. If Wilfred has his say, it’s probably the latter, because Wilfred doesn’t seem to like anything that Ryan does.

We see Ryan taking out his trash, when suddenly, his jerky, motorcycle-riding neighbor – whose house Ryan and Wilfred broke into, defaced and robbed of a couple of choice pot plants – and he runs inside and into his basement when the neighbor seems a bit angry. Could he possibly know that Ryan was the one who stole his dope? Why yes, he could know, because Wilfred left Ryan’s wallet at the scene of the crime. Read More...


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