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post #91 of 107
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1102891/
and
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kristen_Schaal

That should pretty much cover everything that needs not to be forgotten.
post #92 of 107
It has been another very good season. I was worried about the show's concept becoming overly stale, but the writers have been varying the storylines just enough to completely retain my interest.

I really hope we get at least one more season.
post #93 of 107
Agreed
post #94 of 107
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This show still has its moments but I'm not as hyped for it anymore. Still watch it live and everything.
post #95 of 107
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Did Wilfred really burn down the house last night? eek.gif New low for Wilfred maybe.
post #96 of 107
And I instantly regret coming here before I watched last night... dumb of me.

I feel the problem with this show is there isn't much to talk about. I really l like it and watch it as soon as I have time, but it isn't a water cooler style show.
post #97 of 107
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Did Wilfred really burn down the house last night?
My impression is that he caused smoke damage but that there was no structural loss.
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New low for Wilfred maybe.
Wilfred will always continue to hit new lows.
post #98 of 107
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Re: The season finale.

Damn, did not expect his dad to die. Was that Wilfred who was dead and pasty in the wilderness? What does that mean? Didn't understand the whole crest symbol and finding Wilfred? dead

Thanks for any explanation.

An OK season finale. If it gets renewed, guess we can expect to see it on FXX-HD next year.
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Re: The season finale.

Damn, did not expect his dad to die. Was that Wilfred who was dead and pasty in the wilderness? What does that mean? Didn't understand the whole crest symbol and finding Wilfred? dead

It was a broken "statue" of Wilfred, with the symbol carved on his chest. What it "means?" Who knows. What is the significance of the ruined "house?" Who knows. For all we know, the whole scene was just one of Ryan's hallucinations. Tune in next season when it's all explained ... or isn't. wink.gif
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It was a broken "statue" of Wilfred, with the symbol carved on his chest. What it "means?" Who knows. What is the significance of the ruined "house?" Who knows. For all we know, the whole scene was just one of Ryan's hallucinations. Tune in next season when it's all explained ... or isn't. wink.gif

Gotcha. Thanks for the info! smile.gif
post #101 of 107
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'Wilfred' Renewed for Fourth and Final Season on FXX
2:00 PM PDT 10/2/2013 by Lesley Goldberg

FX has renewed Wilfred for a fourth and final season -- on FXX.

The series about a pot-smoking dog (Jason Gann) who appears as a human in a dog costume to Elijah Wood's Ryan will be moved to younger-skewing cable network FXX following a low-rated third season that saw former showrunner David Zuckerman appeal to fans on Twitter to watch the series live.

Zuckerman, who developed the adaptation and served as showrunner for its first two seasons, will also return to oversee day-to-day operations on the dark comedy after reducing his role for a year. He'll now serve as co-showrunner alongside season three showrunners Reed Agnew and Eli Jorne, who have been with the series since season one. (For their part, the duo also set up Daman Wayans Jr.-Jason Winer comedy Man/Child at Fox, which picked up the buddy comedy with a pilot-production commitment.)

Wilfred -- which will come back for 10 episodes, off from its typical 13 order -- was down considerably among total viewers in its recently concluded third season. Season two averaged a 1.16 million total viewers, while season three ended with an average of 0.58 total viewers.

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/wilfred-renewed-fourth-final-season-637376
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'Wilfred' Renewed for Fourth and Final Season on FXX
2:00 PM PDT 10/2/2013 by Lesley Goldberg

FX has renewed Wilfred for a fourth and final season -- on FXX.

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/wilfred-renewed-fourth-final-season-637376

Well that's unfortunate, the FXX part ...
post #103 of 107
I really like the show, but I'm ok with them ending it. It is a show that has a definite lifespan to me.

If they were to cancel Archer then there would be hell to pay.
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Well that's unfortunate, the FXX part ...

Then again ... apparently FXX has been added back into my (long grandfathered) base programming package ...
post #105 of 107
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Then again ... apparently FXX has been added back into my (long grandfathered) base programming package ...

Great news!

I think it's about time "Wilfred" to come to an end. It's always the same thing, Wilfed doing incredibly vulgar stuff and Ryan gets blamed. Just different scenarios.
post #106 of 107
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Great news!

I think it's about time "Wilfred" to come to an end. It's always the same thing, Wilfed doing incredibly vulgar stuff and Ryan gets blamed. Just different scenarios.

You mean it is not about inner reality vs external influences? No examination of desire vs reality? I guess the fight between personal choices and ones ability to interface with others doesn't come into play.
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You mean it is not about inner reality vs external influences? No examination of desire vs reality? I guess the fight between personal choices and ones ability to interface with others doesn't come into play.

You are correct, sir. So that'd be a "No", "No", and "It doesn't". biggrin.gif
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