Critic Consensus: Wilfred returns to a lackadaisical groove as its third season leans heavily on the combustible chemistry of Jason Gann and Elijah Wood, who both bring a hangdog charm.
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as Dr. Bangachon
as Michael McDerry
as Dog Owner
as Dr. Blum
as Mr. Katz
as Mr. Patel
as Mrs. Patel
In an abstract sense, the last two episodes of Wilfred's third season reflect the two central themes to the show: fantasy and reality.
Overall, this episode was underwhelming. It had its moments, like Wilfred's little black book stained with urine as contact info, but suffered from poor structuring within the season.
Wilfred has managed to be entirely weird even if you ignore the whole man-dog-suit thing. And that's what makes Wilfred a special series.
Still, 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.
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.
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