Without question, th most subversive new show on television this summer, or any other season, is FX's dark comedy, "Wilfred," about a troubled man and the neighbor's dog, whom he envisions as a pot-smoking, swearing Aussie man.
It is brutally funny, nasty and intriguing - the sort of stuff that actually belongs on HBO. It ain't "Lassie" and it ain't a version of "Harvey" ... unless it's penned by the guys who give us "South Park."FX has grown by leaps and bounds as a network, and includes one of my top five shows - "Justified." Keep up the good, nasty, work.