Gif Recap: ‘Wilfred’ – Trust

Friday, July 1 by
 

Last night marked the second episode of FX’s new sitcom, Wilfred. And for a show with a premise as strange as this one, the episode two is the real test. Sure, week one was funny, and overall, it had decent ratings. But is the “talking dog” shtick something that can carry an audience for a entire season?

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We begin with Ryan relaxing in his back yard, cyber-stalking an ex-girlfriend on his iPad, when Wilfred comes crashing through the fence with an ax.

When confronted about his behavior, the dog turns the tables on Ryan, convincing him that his real anger stems from his inability to be happy in a relationship, and his habit of finding excuses to dump his girlfriends. Ryan dumped the girl from his iPad after she touched his ass without asking, claiming he would never be able to put a ring on her finger.

From there, the topic turns to matters of trust and loyalty. Wilfred claims that Ryan could never be as loyal as a dog. When Ryan protests, he is asked to put his money where his mouth is, proving his loyalty by taking his new friend to the beach. Despite his reluctance, Ryan concedes, and ends up with a $300 ticket. Wilfred, who is thrilled with the opportunity to kill pelicans and bother beach goers, thinks it is money well spent.

Once his anger over the ticket subsides, Ryan and Wilfred end up having a great day at Venice Beach. They check out girls, go for a bike ride, and even hit up one of the many medical marijuana dispensaries.

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COMMENTS

  1. July 1, 2011 9:11 am

    Hippychimes

    Wilfred rocks


  2. July 1, 2011 9:11 am

    Austra1ia

    I love the concept of this show, it’s Fight Club except Tyler Durden is a dog. Unfortunately, the second episode was not nearly as strong an effort as the pilot. This show needs to hit the ground running and quickly, because if it does not find an audience quickly it will be put down.


  3. July 1, 2011 9:11 am

    Anonymous

    It premiered as FX’s highest rated comedy ever. We’ll see if the audience stays or grows.


  4. July 1, 2011 9:11 am

    Howard Luttrell

    Great show!  Love it.


  5. July 1, 2011 9:11 am

    Trouser Trout

    Check out the Australian Wilfred, also starring Jason Gann.Tug a Doug, tugga dugga, dugga tugga.Hilarious.I love it.