Gif Recap: ‘Wilfred’ – Trust

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When the two arrive back home, Jenna is thrilled to see them getting along so well. And since Ryan is having such a good time watching her dog, she asks him to take Wilfred to the vet the following day. Hoping it will improve his chances, Ryan agrees, and tricks Wilfred into thinking they are going to the movies. Once Wilfred discovers the ruse, he is less than impressed.

While under anesthesia, Wilfred makes some starling claims. Specifically, he accuses Jenna of having a dick. After he comes to, Wilfred says that it was just the drugs talking, but the seed of doubt is already planted in Ryan’s head. This causes him to constantly second guess Jenna’s actions, looking for any clue that she is actually a man. While listening to Jenna in the bathroom to see if she is peeing while upright, he is caught in the act, and Jenna storms off.

Dejected, Ryan is about to give up on his hopes for a relationship with Jenna, but Wilfred convinces him to be honest. Taking the advice, Ryan apologizes to her with flowers, admitting that he is hopelessly awkward. Although Jenna accepts, Ryan discovers that she has a boyfriend. As it turns out, Wilfred wasn’t trying to warn Ryan about Jenna’s dick, but rather that she has a dick boyfriend.

All and all, I didn’t find the second episode to be as funny as the previous week’s. After all, now that the shock of the premise has worn off, the “talking dog” jokes aren’t going to pack the same punch. Despite this fact, I still found myself laughing and genuinely interested in what was going to happen next, and I’m still compelled to keep tuning in. Do you agree, or do you think I’m letting my Elijah Wood fetish get the best of me? Sound off in the comment section.

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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.