Last night, FX premiered its new comedy Wilfred about a suicidal ex-lawyer who befriends a man in a dog suit. The hook is, everyone else sees a regular dog. Yep, it might be the broadest sitcom to ever appear on television. You can check out our full review of the pilot HERE, but I wanted to share with you some of the best moments in animated gif form.

After reviewing, share your thoughts on the show in the comment section. Did you enjoy the absurd premise, or did it wear thin after getting over its initial inventiveness? I've never seen the Australian version. If you have, how doe the American version compare? Jason Gann plays the same role (Wilfred), so maybe it was Elijah Wood (Ryan) who rubbed you the wrong way. Feel free to speak openly, LOTR fans. I promise none of this will find its way back to Elijah.

The episode opens with Ryan crafting the perfect suicide note, or at least a draft he can be satisfied with before ending any and all opportunities to revise it. He's like a tiny, clean-shaven Hemingway, concerned that every single word matters, as it's a representation of him as a person. Then comes the pounding of the anxiety meds with a nice cough syrup chaser. Now all Ryan has to do is wait.

But the sweet relief of death never comes for Ryan. He only looks like a person who stayed up all night trying to kill themselves. A ring of the doorbell thwarts his attempts. His extremely attractive neighbor (Fiona Gubelmann) asks Ryan if he can watch her dog, Wilfred, while she's off at work. We get our first introduction to a man in a dog suit, with a dot of black paint on his nose to complete the unsettling picture.

Making himself at home, Wilfred goes immediately to the bong rips. I couldn't stop thinking what it would look like to anyone else who might be present. Dogs can't spark lighters. They don't have opposable thumbs! It's what separates us humans from beasts. The fact that we can light bongs without any assistance.

Wilfred becomes anxious that his owner will never return home, and starts digging holes (with a shovel) in Ryan's backyard. Ignoring the opposable thumbs thing again, as I fear that question will plague me throughout the series, I found this bit especially clever. Dogs have no sense of time, so of course every time Wilfred's owner leaves he's worried she may never come back. His nightmare of her dying in a horrible car crash may be unfounded, but maybe dogs imagine that. What the hell do I know, I'm not Cesar Millan.

During Ryan's journey of self-loathing that turns into self-discovery, Wilfred motorboats a hot waitress to prove a point. Ryan needs to act like a man, seize the day, and all that, but perhaps sexual assault isn't the best way to carpe diem. Sure, it's cute when a dog does it (when only we get the benefit of seeing that dog as a horny man), but if Ryan stuck his face in that chick's knockers he'd be seizing the next five years of his life in a state prison. As much as we'd like to go balls to wall sometimes like Wilfred, as humans there are greater consequences for our actions. Humping a leg is only permissible every once in a blue moon, like if you're trashed and your new girlfriend is nice enough to pity you.

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