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Wilfred: Season 2 (2012)





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Air date: Jun 21, 2012
Air date: Jun 28, 2012
Air date: Jul 5, 2012
Air date: Jul 12, 2012
Air date: Jul 19, 2012
Air date: Jul 26, 2012
Air date: Aug 2, 2012
Air date: Aug 9, 2012
Air date: Aug 16, 2012
Air date: Aug 23, 2012
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Ryan's quest to figure out why he (and only he) sees his neighbor's dog Wilfred as a man in a less-than-realistic canine costume carries on in Season 2 of this smart comedy. The show's writing continues to impress with its layered storytelling, which starts off with Ryan (Elijah Wood) making a metaphorical discovery (a reoccuring theme in the series) about Wilfred (Jason Gann). Ryan and Wilfred's feelings toward each other teeter between compassion and hostility as they find themselves in one … More


Jason Gann
as Wilfred
Dorian Brown
as Kristen
Bob Gunton
as Warner
Katie Wallack
as Instructor
Don Swayze
as Shady Guy
Rodney To
as Dr. Bangachon
Kyle Davis
as The Budtender
John Alton
as Paramedic #1
Lindsay Caschak
as Young Kristen
Glenn Herman
as Muscular Guy
Shane Roney
as Young Ryan
Lelee Parrish
as Little Girl
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Critic Reviews for Wilfred: Season 2

All Critics (8) | Top Critics (3)

The bromance is a remarkable occurrence. It's also one of Wilfred's most powerful components.

Full Review… | June 21, 2012
Paste Magazine

Wilfred is moving in an interesting direction as its second season progresses: It's getting sincere.

Full Review… | June 21, 2012
AV Club
Top Critic

It is an absolutely hilarious comedy that mixes in intense dramatic and suspenseful moments with a great long-running mysterious plot that makes the viewer question every single thing that is happening on screen.

Full Review… | June 21, 2012
TV Fanatic

The show's first season didn't really exhaust all the jokes based on a guy in a dog suit doing inappropriate dog things.

Full Review… | June 21, 2012
San Francisco Chronicle
Top Critic

Likeable but rarely memorable.

Full Review… | June 21, 2012
New York Magazine/Vulture
Top Critic

Due to its indiscreet mishandling of what's real and what isn't, Wilfred simply asks too much of its audience, requiring the endurance to look past its questionable narrative structure and the shaky delivery of its moral lessons.

Full Review… | June 21, 2012
Slant Magazine

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