Wilfred: Season 3 (2013)
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The third season of "Wilfred" continues to follow the misadventures of a man named Ryan (Elijah Wood) who sees his neighbor's (Fiona Gubelmann) dog, Wilfred (Jasson Gann) as a fun-loving human dressed in a dog suit.
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Elijah Wood and Jason Gann have found that buddy comedy sweet spot, and three seasons in it's easy to get lost in just watching them palling around as they get high in the basement or embark on an insane adventure.
It only took a few seconds to feel like we're still in good hands because the opening shot of the Season 3 premiere immediately showed the series was still committed to delivering the most interesting cinematography of any television comedy.
As Wilfred said at the top of the episode, "The answers will come in good time. For now, you're just going to have to live with a little uncertainty," and that's fair enough for me.
I thought the hour was a great return for Wilfred, which remains one of the best comedies on television.
I wanted to see if Wilfred under the new bosses would be the same as Wilfred under the old bosses, and Uncertainty was reassuring: dark and weird and mysterious, but also full of big laughs.
Wilfred... is kind of wondering if he might not just be mentally ill. Three seasons and we're still on that question?... Maybe we can, after all, just live with not knowing - at least for as long as the man in the shaggy dog suit makes us laugh.
Wilfred understands that modern stories often hinge on this complicated mythology and fan speculation, and it wants to take that concept and render it ridiculous.
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