For me it's been Meh, not must see tv.
I haven't watched it yet, but I'm enjoying this thread.
So how did that work with say...LOST? Were you satisfied with the answers, or did it color your overall memory of what was a terrific show. I am a Stephen King fanatic. Not the best when it comes to sticking the landing as far as endings and wrapping all the loose ends up. So why do I like his work? Because the journey is the thing. Wilfred never hints that you are going to get all the answers. They made no promises. It's a 'high concept' premise. A guy see's a man in a dog suit where others see just a dog. Are you expecting some sort of all encompassing Sigmund Freud detailed explanation of everything that occurs? Really? Not everything needs to be explained to the most obscure detail. You worry too much Doc. They have prescriptions for that. You stress that much over all the answers and the next thing you know...well, you just might be that guy talking to your id in a dog suit.
I don't think it's a sign of stress or worry or taking things too seriously. The whole concept of the show is bizarre and I don't think it's out of line to simply ask yourself, or maybe even others, "What the f*** is actually going on here?"
Hell, I might even argue that the concept is so far out of left field, the question is imbedded and intended as part of the appeal. The main character of the show does it all the goddamn time.
Year One, on the other hand.... I mean, talk about a piece that you're not supposed to think too much about.
this show has gotten stranger. Almost alarmingly so.
I stopped watching after the first episode of Season 2 when I realized the status quo had instantly been restored after the end of Season 1.
Should I bother watching again?