Wilfred: A Doggone Hoot, Don’tcha Think?

You might laugh when you read this, but when it comes to television and movies, I’m pretty picky. I usually go in with low expectations, and it takes a lot to impress me. There’s a new show on FX that has, surprisingly, hit the mark. And that show is a little 30-minute comedy called Wilfred.

Sure, it’s quirky, even a little weird and mysterious, but haven’t we been prepped for that with shows like Ally McBeal and Lost?

I love it. 

And I’m pretty sure it has nothing to do with the fact that I had a GI-NORMOUS crush on Elijah Wood when I was 12. In a strange turn of events, though, my affable, will-watch-anything-as-long-as-it’s-not-TOO-girly husband, refuses to get on board.

This makes me a little worried. About the Fate of the show, I mean, not my impeccable taste.

Because of the disparate opinions in my own household, I’m dying to know, what do YOU think of Wilfred?? And if you’re feeling really deep, who/what do you think Wilfred represents?

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4 responses to “Wilfred: A Doggone Hoot, Don’tcha Think?

  1. I haven’t watched any Wilfred yet (wasn’t turned on or off by the posters I saw), but I may have to give it a shot after reading this! That’s assuming I can make my way through The Walking Dead first. It takes me soooo long to get to shows . . . !

    • I know what you mean! Despite my reference above, I still haven’t even seen more than a couple of episodes of Lost! If you do watch, I’d love to know what you think. I haven’t read any reviews yet, so I’m really not sure how it’s going over.

  2. I’d never even heard of it, but I’ll give it a try on your recommendation and return to report.

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