Steven Wilde always had everything he wanted, due to his improbably rich father. Except the girl, Emmy Kadubic, who is an environmentalist. Emmy and her daughter, Puddle come to live with him.
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 Steven Wilde (13 episodes, 2010-2011)
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 Emmy Kadubic (13 episodes, 2010-2011)
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 Puddle Kadubic (13 episodes, 2010-2011)
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 Migo Salazar (13 episodes, 2010-2011)
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 Mr. Lunt (13 episodes, 2010-2011)
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 Fa'ad Shaoulian (13 episodes, 2010-2011)
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 Andy Weeks (9 episodes, 2010-2011)

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Steven Wilde always had everything he wanted, due to his improbably rich father. Except the girl, Emmy Kadubic, who is an environmentalist. Emmy and her daughter, Puddle come to live with him.

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Ego Meets Eco.

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21 September 2010 (USA)  »

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Mój najlepszy wróg  »

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Filmed in Long Island, New York in a castle built by the Guggenheim family See more »

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I can't hear very well under that treehouse
29 September 2010 | by (Leeds, England) – See all my reviews

I love Running Wilde, it's certainly not Arrested Development but I don't mean that in any slight. Both are brilliant but Running Wilde's humour has a slightly softer edge but leads to no less mirth.

For me, the hit character is Wilde's best friend Fa'ad, played by Peter Serafinowicz. He's also seen in the brilliant 'Look Around You' and brings his brand of no-nonsense nonsensical humour as a brilliant foil to Will Arnett's already well honed portrayal of a richly detached nice guy.

Arrested Development fans should be chuffed with the jokes in jokes in jokes that characterised much of its intelligently paced humour, as well as the return of David Cross - though I can only say I'd like to see more of him.

Puddle is no Maybe, but that role's portrayal also grew as time went on and I'm expecting the same here.


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