Wednesday Jul 16
Wilfred: "Forward" Review
In a slight change of pace, this week's Wilfred was largely a frame story, in which Ryan set out to expose Wilfred's "true" identity as the trickster god Krungel.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
Belt Loops: TV, Books, Music and BBQ For the Summer
July is upon us, which means football is heating up. While you should be soaking in all the preseason news on which of the 7 quarterbacks on your teams roster will start, there will be down time.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Wilfred: "Answers" Review
Despite the fact that "Answers" was pretty much a big, fat misdirect, it was still compelling in that it basically told us, "This is one theory that is definitely not happening."
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Wilfred: "Loyalty" Review
The final season of Wilfred came out of the gate fairly strong with its hour-long premiere, but this week's "Loyalty" pumped the brakes on that momentum by shifting the focus to Kristen's child custody case and her ex Arturo .
Wed Jun 25, 2014
Wilfred: Final Season Premiere Review
Returning for one last hurrah, Wilfred debuted its final season premiere, "Amends," and did a little backtracking in terms of the most recent finale -- literally , in this case, as Ryan awoke from a stupor to learn that it wasn't his father that had fallen down the stairs and died, but rather he was the one that took the spill.
Channel Surfer: Wednesday's TV
In tonight's TV Picks, reviews of "90210"-alum-starring "Mystery Girls" the frantic "Young and Hungry" and the final season premiere of "Wilfred," plus tips on the new "Taxi Brooklyn," "SYTYCD," "Suits" and more.
The Daily Beast
The Weird Genius of - Wilfred'By Rich Goldstein
It's the existential tragicomedy of Elijah Wood and the pot smoking, hard drinking, Matt Damon loving dog who lives next door.
Tue Jun 24, 2014
The Washington Post
TV listings: Wednesday, June 25, 2014
RETURNING SHOW: Launched in 2000 as a response to America's newfound love of capturing evil human behavior on camera, "Big Brother" enters its 16th season with 16 new contestants living and plotting to win in the same house.
TV picks for June 25: "Wilfred," "Big Brother," "Mystery Girls"
Did CBS officials really feel bad about last season's racist cast member on "Big Brother" - or were they secretly delighted by all the attention? We'll be able to tell a lot by what the housemates are like this time around with a two-night premiere that continues on Thursday.
Appealing TV: The Leftovers, Tyrant, and Girl Meets World
A couple of weeks removed, sure, but shoutouts to the ATX Television Festival in Austin, TX for putting on a wonderful event and shoutouts to the great people I met during my time there.