HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "Secrets," the second season finale of FX's "Wilfred," in which an old picture causes major complications at Jenna and Ryan's wedding. http://m.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watching/posts/season-finale-review-wilfred-secrets more
The exceptional quality of Wilfred Season 2 has been well documented by me right here at TV Fanatic over the course of past few months. It has been hilarious, both heart-warming and depressing at times, and about as thought provoking as a comedy can be.
Wilfred , at its heart, isn't a buddy comedy. It's a buddy tragedy, because one of the buddies is a depressed head case and the other might not even be real. Even if Ryan actually is talking to a dog, he's not a picture of mental health. He's still the ma more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "Secrets," the second season finale of FX's "Wilfred," in which an old picture causes major complications at Jenna and Ryan's wedding. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watching/posts/season-finale-review-wilfred-secre more
Note: Full spoilers for the episode follow. Wedding bells were ringing on Wilfred this week as Drew and Jenna prepped for their big espousal. Of course, to keep things relevant, Wilfred was assigned the title of ring bearer, with Ryan as co-ringbearer -- more
Ryan Newman may have done the most adult thing in his life on " Resentment ." He offered to put on a wedding for the girl that he has had a crush on for the last two years, and her obnoxiously funny fiancé.
He began this week's Wilfred b more
One of the things Wilfred continues to successfully accomplish is taking familiar TV tropes and making them uniquely its own. A dog eating important items—usually jewelry or a heart that's ready for transplant (watch the video at the link, it's worth it!) more
In this week's episode of Wilfred, it was time for another head trip -- but more in the literal sense this time. After suffering from a severe panic attack from his newborn nephew Joffrey (which is, like, the worst baby name ever), Ryan decided to pay a v more