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The story of a depressed man who inexplicably is the only one who can see his neighbor's dog as a full grown man in a dog suit.
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 Ryan Newman (49 episodes, 2011-2014)
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 Wilfred (49 episodes, 2011-2014)
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 Jenna Mueller (35 episodes, 2011-2014)
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 Kristen Newman (27 episodes, 2011-2014)
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The story of Ryan, a depressed man who believes he is getting nowhere in his life and plans to kill himself. In the middle of his attempted suicide, he is asked to watch his neighbor's dog, Wilfred, but Ryan can only see Wilfred as a real person instead of an animal that everyone else sees. As they begin to bond more and become friends, Wilfred teaches Ryan a life lesson about people, love, and living. Written by Anonymous

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23 June 2011 (USA)  »

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Wilfred's Executive Producer and writer David Zuckerman was nominated for scribing "Identity" at the PAAFTJ Awards. (Pan-American Association of Film and Television Journalists) in 2011. Cinematographer Brad Lipson won at the same awards for his visual work on "Anger." See more »

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Wilfred: All your questions will be answered, Ryan. Eventually. But the big answers are like those missing kids on the milk cartons. They don't want to be found. They'll turn up when they're ready.
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I find it brilliant, but it isn't for everyone
21 August 2011 | by (-) – See all my reviews

Let me just say that this show gives me hope for humanity. With a creative and entertaining premise, "Wilfred" promises many great episodes to come. That being said, I can see why it may not agree with everyone, most notably the faint of heart. It is vulgar and offensive at times, I won't deny it. However, for anyone not offended by it's over-the-top, raunchy humor, it's pretty sure to please. Despite what less favorable reviewers seem to think, it does have it's moments of unexpected punch-lines and biting wit. While it's still early on in it's run, when it finds its footing I have little doubt it will become a cult classic.


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