Wilfred: Watch a Brand-New, Full-Episode "Special Preview" ... For Free! Right Here! (VIDEO)

Wilfred, the offbeat FX comedy about a guy named Ryan (Elijah Wood) who sees his hottie neighbor's dog as a grown man in a dog suit, returns for its second season on June 28. But thanks to the kind folks at FX, we've got a "special preview episode" to share with you in advance of the upcoming premiere.

If you haven't yet checked in on Wilfred—which is actually an American remake of the Australian series of the same name, starring the same excellent Aussie, Jason Gann, as the titular dog-man—might I suggest that you heed our Great Summer TV Cram advice and get a move on? Season 1 got real dark and mind-bendy in an awesome way toward the end, concluding with one of the best cliffhangers of last summer—you can even see the full Season 1 finale at the bottom of this page. Plus, there are only 13 half-hour episodes to get through. So go fetch the DVDs or something, is what I'm saying.

Anyway, back to that brand-new "special preview episode" I promised you: It's called "Progress," and the official FX synopsis is pretty vague: "Ryan realizes the consequences of not having Wilfred in his life." Let's give it a look, shall we?


Special Preview Episode: "Progress"


Well: Robin Williams is Ryan's shrink? And Ryan lives in a mental health facility now... and Patrick Warburton Rob Riggle is there too? And Wilfred is in a wheelchair? But wait... Ryan actually just works in the mental health facility? And Wilfred is totally fine? And Ryan's basement is there after all? And everything's mostly as it used to be? Looks like we're in for quite the mind-f*ck of a season... or maybe just another fun one full of Ryan and Wilfred's adventures. Either way, you can count in... as soon as I watch this episode again, because I'm not completely sure I understand what just happened.

P.S. In case you need a refresher on how Season 1 wrapped up, we've also got the full season finale, "Identity," for your viewing enjoyment.


Season 1, Episode 13: "Identity"


Will you be tuning into Wilfred this season? What'd you think of Season 1?


Wilfred Season 2 premieres Thursday, June 28 at 10pm on FX.

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I laughed so hard at the Good Will Hunting part

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Wooooooooooooooooo Can't wait! Off to CH to actually watch it now.
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Looking forward to the premiere, the first season was so fucking hilarious.
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Was him taking the blue pill a reference to The Matrix? In that "You take the blue pill. The story ends. You wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe" After taking it he sees Wilfred as a person again which is what he truly wants to believe.
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yeah, that's not warburton, that's rob riggle. and he doesn't work at the mental institution, he works at a law firm. the institution was just a dream
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In the conference room - that is Allison Mack (Chloe Sullivan from Smallville).
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Great show, great episode explaining last season's cliffhanger. I love Wilfred, but i is so hard convincing other people it is good short of showing them an episode. The premise just sounds stupid, but he execution is brilliant.
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I didn't see Warburton... were you referring to Rob Riggle in the conference room?
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Yes. Apparently I should just stop trying to recognize anyone!
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For Non-US it is on Collegehumor.com
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Thanks for that! Found it. CH just scored some extra awesomeness points in my eyes.
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Wow! I just got Mind F***** a little bit! This was a great return to Wilfred! I look forward to the rest of the second season!
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Hey Jen, want to fire that video file over my way so I can put it up for all the pirates up here in Canada haha?



I kid I kid, but really? These American networks need to realize we get American TV up here! Let us watch the digital versions too! Jerks :(
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you can try tunnelbear, i think it lets non us people watch us restricted videos

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aww, I *promise* I asked about global vs. U.S. geo-restrictions when we got the video file, but I couldn't get the permission to make it available everywhere. I feel so bad for you guys on that front!
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That was excellent, probably better than any single episode from the first season. Loved the Robin Williams cameo and subsequent Good Will Hunting reference.
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I think it's actually Steven Weber (from Wings).
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You are totally right. Good call! I'll remove my Gary Cole confusion from the story. While we're on the topic though: I also did Zooey Deschanel and Jon Hamm double-takes at the end of the episode, when Ryan's in the conference room with all his fellow employees (one gal at the table looks like Zooey D, the guy messing with the exit sign looks like Hamm).
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hell yeah im Watching
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