Wilfred (2011–2014)
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Wilfred is angry after Ryan tricks him into going to the veterinarian.


Randall Einhorn


David Zuckerman (developed by), David Zuckerman | 8 more credits »


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Episode cast overview:
Elijah Wood ... Ryan Newman
Jason Gann ... Wilfred
Fiona Gubelmann ... Jenna Mueller
Chris Klein ... Drew
Rodney To ... Dr. Bangachon
Katherine Disque ... Mother
Matt Kaminsky ... Vet Tech


Ryan enjoyed winning Wilfred's trust, but is forced to break it to trick him to the vet for dental care. The dog shamelessly milks Ryan's guilt to get away with major mischief on the beach. Wilfred still takes cruel revenge by tricking Ryan into thinking Jenna is probably a transsexual, while in fact her hunky boy-friend Drew is sleeping over. Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Drama | Mystery



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At the end of the episode. Ryan asks Wilfred if he likes apples. He then pulls a couple of Matt Damon movies out of a bag and remarks, "how about them apples?".This is a reference to Good Will Hunting in which Damon also uses that line. See more »


Wilfred: If you dumped a tidy piece like that over the saintly act of knuckle busting your anus hole I'd say that makes you the freak.
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References Good Will Hunting (1997) See more »

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Goody! goody! second installment (Special guest : Gollum)
1 July 2011 | by igoatabaseSee all my reviews

Gollum says write a wicked review.

Wilfred is my friend, my friend. It's definitely not what I thought after watching its pilot because Happiness proved that the most hilarious concept can be turned into a pile of giant dodo poo. So the first effect was extraordinary and as expected the second was less surprising because a human in a dog suit will remain… a human in a dog suit. Ryan doesn't have any friends apparently and it's logical because nobody likes Elijah Wood. The truth is that his role was less challenging than previously when I had hoped the writers would find the strangest situations to force the actor to bring his A game. Still it was intimately enlightening to learn more about his former girlfriend and why he broke up with her. As for Jason Gann, my precious, I still can't believe a man would be desperate enough to suit up as a dog in order to shine on American TV. He should have stayed in the wild instead of joining the Australian conspiracy, secretly leaded by Nicole Kidman. Who do they think they're are ? Shame on them ! Shame on them ! It leads us, finally, to the story revolving around loyalty and trust issues of course. Testing Ryan and Wilfred growing friendship, why not. But some the jokes weren't that funny and in the end it wasn't well thought enough, specially if you compare it to Dexter season 3 for example. A misplaced comparison ? Maybe. Still quickly covering animal rights by mentioning Wilfred's balls was welcome and as for Jenna's secret it was definitely the most funny gummy itchy juicy pinky apple in the barrel this time. To peep, pept… peepen ? I'm a bastard and my English sucks but that stinky awkward arc was reminiscent of films like There's Something About Mary and American Pie. Too short, because of the lord of the damned format, but definitely entertaining. Even a tiny twist was poked at the end. Nothing fancy but it shook my neuron for a few split seconds. An eye for an ass ? We'll see, or not.

I was assaulted, cuddled, insulted and even caught chickening while writing this f#@%*$ hack.

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30 June 2011 (USA) See more »

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