Wilfred – Opening Quotes Final Season, Themes of a Stoner Dog Best Friend

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WILFRED: L-R: Elijah Wood as Ryan and Jason Gann as Wilfred. CR: FX.

Wilfred’s final season was a roller coaster ride full of crazy, and it screeched to a fulfilling loose-end tying finish. 

Don’t worry, I won’t discuss any of the plot, we’re all here for the same thing after all: those awesome opening quotes.

Click through for Season 3 Quotes, and here for Season 1 and 2

I’ve fully enjoyed watching Wilfred, it’s a great show.

Wilfred Opening Quotes – Season 4

Wilfred - Season 4 Episode 1

“If you have behaved badly, repent, make what amends you can and address yourself to the task of behaving better next time.” – Aldous Huxley

Wilfred - Season 4 Episode 2

“Sooner or later everyone sits down to a banquet of consequences.” – Robert Louis Stevenson

Season 4 Episode 3

“We are all in the same boat, in a stormy, sea, and we owe each other a terrible loyalty.” – G.K. Chesterton

Season 4 Episode 4

“In our quest for the answers of life we tend to make order out of chaos, and chaos out of order.” – Jeffrey Fry

Season 4 Episode 5

“There are many ways of going forward, but only one way of standing still.” – Franklin D. Roosevelt

Season 4 Episode 6

“Truth is outside of all patterns.” – Bruce Lee

Wilfred - Season 4 Episode 7

“By imposing too great a responsibility, or rather, all responsibility, on yourself, you crush yourself.” – Franz Kafka

Wilfred - Season 4 Episode 8

“How few there are who have courage enough to own their faults, or resolution enough to mend them.” – Benjamin Franklin

Wilfred - SEason 4 Episode 9

“Resistance is useless.” – Doctor Who

Wilfred - Season 4 Episode 10

“Happiness does not depend on outward things, but on the way we see them.” – Leo Tolstoy


Living to Work – Waking Life (Video)

Living to Work - Waking Life (Video) | Third Monk

This scene from Waking Life describes how modern work conditions can delay the progress of conscious beings.

The trick is to combine your waking rational abilities with the infinite possibilities of your dreams. Because, if you can do that, you can do anything.

Did you ever have a job that you hated and worked real hard at? A long, hard day of work.

Finally you get to go home, get in bed, close your eyes and immediately you wake up and realize… that the whole day at work had been a dream.

It’s bad enough that you sell your waking life for minimum wage, but now they get your dreams for free.

Waking Life

Greatest Stoners in Movie History (Video)

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When the “War on Drugs” was spreading paranoia in the 80s, stoner characters were typically written as brainless surfers. These stoner roles represent the best part of getting baked: having fun with your friends.

Alex & Dante (Grandma’s Boy)

The monkey is in charge after Alex and Dante combine different strains of powerful weed.

Sometimes a dealer can have too many customers.

Thurgood Jenkins (Half Baked)

Recruited by a scientist to fulfill a prescription, Thurgood (Dave Chappelle) picks up a pound of medical grade cannabis.

Slater (Dazed & Confused)

Slater’s stoned monologue voices his opinions on music, American history and aliens.

Floyd (True Romance)

Floyd (Brad Pitt) gets a visit from the mob while getting baked.

Floyd wants to be treated with respect….maaaaaan.

Smokey (Friday)

Stoners love to share, Smokey (Chris Tucker) can’t wait to get his friend stoned on his day off.

Dale & Saul (Pineapple Express)

There’s a thin line between dealer and friendship.

The Dude (The Big Lebowski)

German Nihilists interrupt The Dude’s relaxing toke bath in his private residence.

Harold & Kumar (H&K Trilogy)

Harold & Kumar spend a day in Amsterdam with their stoner girls.

Cheech & Chong (C&C Films)

Pranking your best friend with acid is encouraged by Cheech and Chong in this scene from Up in Smoke.



Trippy Psychedelic Films #2 (List)

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FritzTheCat_Trippy Psychedelic Films

Fritz the Cat is a 1972 American animated comedy film written and directed by Ralph Bakshi, the film was the first animated feature film to receive an X rating in the United States.

It focuses on Fritz, an anthropomorphic feline in mid-1960s New York City who explores the ideals of hedonism and socio-political consciousness.

The film is a satire focusing on American college life of the era, race relations, the free love movement, and left and right-wing politics.

As far as animation goes it’s one of the trippiest movies ever.


pink_floyd_the_wall_Trippy Psychedelic Films

Pink Floyd The Wall is a 1982 British live-action/animated musical film directed by Alan Parker based on the 1979 Pink Floyd album, The Wall. The film is highly metaphorical and is rich in symbolic imagery and sound.

It features very little dialogue and is mainly driven by Pink Floyd’s music.

It depicts the construction and ultimate demolition of a metaphorical wall, alienation.

One of the best trippy movies ever.



Enter the Void is a 2009 French film written and directed by Gaspar Noé, labeled by Noé as a “psychedelic melodrama”.

The story is set in Tokyo and focuses on Oscar, a young American drug dealer who gets shot by the police, but continues to watch over his sister Linda and the events which follow during an out-of-body experience, floating above Tokyo’s streets.

Noé had tried various hallucinogens in his youth and used those experiences as inspiration for the visual style.

Including one drug experience where he traveled to the Peruvian jungle to try Ayahuasca. The experience was very intense and Noé regarded it “almost like professional research.” 

This is purely a visual experience, don’t expect a great narrative – just trip out on the global neon candy-scapes.



Altered States is a 1980 American science fiction film adaptation of a novel written by playwright and screenwriter Paddy Chayefsky. It was the only novel that he ever wrote, as well as his final film.

Both the novel and the film are based on John C. Lilly’s sensory deprivation research conducted in isolation tanks under the influence of psychoactive drugs like ketamine and LSD.

William Hurt plays Eddie Jessup, a scientist obsessed with discovering mankind’s true role in the universe. To this end, he submits himself to a series of mind-expanding experiments.

A dazzling film for its time.



A cult classic by any definition, Terry Gilliam’s epic sci-fi film is a true dystopian satire. Brazil challenges known societal constructs.

Focusing on “satirizing the bureaucratic, largely dysfunctional industrial world that had been driving Gilliam crazy all his life” as Jack Matthews puts it.

It deserves a watch by all psychedelic lovers.

We’ll be back with another part of this series soon, I just have to watch some more psychedelic films!

Make sure to share your favorites below!

Top Psychedelic Movies | Psy Amb

Trippy Psychedelic Films (List)

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Fear and Loathing has one of the best trip scenes of any drug involved movie. The entire movie is pretty much one long drug-fueled crazy adventure.

The film has become a true cult smash and is sampled over and over again in popular culture from music, to art to just about anywhere psychedelic drugs are involved.



A film that screams “product of its time,” The Holy Mountain was Alejandro Jodorowsky’s dizzying elegy to the sex, drugs and spiritual awakening of the late 1960s and early 1970s.

A Christ-like vagrant and thief wanders through a perverse and unfriendly land until he encounters an enlightened one, who gathers the thief and six of the world’s most powerful individuals for a spiritual pilgrimage. If you want to see the conquest of Mexico re-enacted by reptiles, soldiers shoot innocent people as birds fly from their wounds, and a wizard turn feces into gold, this is the movie for you.

The central members of the cast were said to have spent three months doing various spiritual exercises guided by Oscar Ichazo of the Arica Institute. The Arica training features Zen, Sufi and yoga exercises along with eclectic concepts drawn from the Kabbalah, the I Ching and the teachings of Gurdjieff.

After the training, the group lived for one month communally in Jodorowsky’s home before shooting began.

As far as trippy bizarre movies go – this takes the cake.


fantasia-1969 1940 – Over 7 decades ago, and still one of the top psychedelic animated films ever made. The third feature in the Walt Disney Animated Classics series, the film consists of eight animated segments set to pieces of classical music conducted by Leopold Stokowski, seven of which are performed by the Philadelphia Orchestra.

Fantasia and mind enhancing drugs go together like peanut butter and jelly. These days it is quite popular to discover what music synchs with Fantasia. Much like people do with Pink Floyds’ music synched to the Wizard Of Oz. Disney jumped on the 60’s hippy style and re-imaged the movie in the late 60s with a very different promotional poster, which included magic mushrooms.



Another music based film, Yellow Submarine is a 1968 British animated feature film based on the music of The Beatles. It is also the title for the soundtrack album to the feature film, released as part of The Beatles’ music catalog.

The film received a widely positive reception from critics and audiences alike. It is also credited with bringing more interest in animation as a serious art form.

The animation of Yellow Submarine has sometimes falsely been attributed to the famous psychedelic pop art artist of the era, Peter Max, but the film’s art director was Heinz Edelmann.

As far as classic animation goes its one of the best movies ever.


2001_una_odisea_en_el_espacio_8 2001 contains one of the most memorable trippy scenes to ever hit cinema screens. Doubly impressive when considering it was made with 1968 technology.

As the film climaxes, the main character takes a trip through deep space that involves the innovative use of slit-scan photography to create the stunning visual effects. Known to staff as “Manhattan Project”, the shots of various nebula-like phenomena, including the expanding star field, were colored paints and chemicals swirling in a pool-like device known as a cloud tank, shot in slow-motion in a dark room.

Kubrick’s epic masterpiece remains a stoner favorite.

We’ll be back with another part of this series soon, I just have to watch some more psychedelic films!

Add your favorites to the comments below.

> Top Psychedelic Movies | Psy Amb

The Best Bits of Mr. Bean (Video)

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Mr. Bean and his quirky characteristics are beloved throughout the world. 

The first episode of the original Mr. Bean series starring Rowan Atkinson was first broadcast on 1st January 1990. Created by Rowan Atkinson, Richard Curtis and Robin Driscoll, there were only 14 episode of the live action series ever made.

The Best Bits of Mr. Bean

Bean and Teddy go into the loft in search of an umbrella. Whilst looking, Bean uncovers various items that cause rib-tickling flashbacks of his past exploits.

Item Episode Segment featured
A drawing of an open mouth with 9.00 written under it The Trouble with Mr. Bean Bean goes to the dentist
An angel and two Christmas balls Merry Christmas, Mr. Bean Bean’s Christmas with the turkey on his head
Bean drops teddy through the hatch and is afraid to jump down. The Curse of Mr. Bean Mr. Bean at the pool, and later at the parking garage
Bean fishes Teddy out with a vacuum cleaner Mr. Bean Rides Again Bean packs a small bag for his holiday
A broom and a mop tied together Do-It-Yourself Mr. Bean Bean drives his Mini from the roof
Black trousers with a stuck zipper The Return of Mr. Bean Bean prepares to meet the Queen
The remains of his damaged mini Back to School Mr. Bean Bean suffers as his Mini gets crushed by a tank


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A Stoner Tribute to Freaks and Geeks (Photo Gallery)

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Freaks and Geeks was a stoner comedy-drama television series developed by Paul Feig and Judd Apatow, it launched several of its young actors into successful careers.

The show’s starting point is Lindsay Weir’s transition from her life as a hard working student, star “mathlete”, and proper young girl to an Army-jacket-wearing teenager who hangs out with stoners.

Her relationships with her new friends, and the friction they cause with her parents and with her own self-image, form one central strand of the show; the other follows her brother Sam and his group of geeky friends as they navigate a different part of the social universe, and try to fit in.



The Source


Bill Murray



Love, Mom


We Don’t Need No Education


Do They?


Stoner Plays Dungeons and Dragons




Don’t Slip


Ghost in the Shell


You Don’t Know Me



Keep it cool, playa


You’re Perfect


You’re Gonna Die





Whenever I see an opportunity to use any of the people from Freaks and Geeks, I do it. It’s a way of refusing to accept that the show was canceled.

In my head, I can look at Knocked Up as just an episode of Seth’s character getting a girl pregnant.

All of the movies relate in my mind in that way, as the continuous adventures of those characters. – Judd Apatow

It’s Always Dark in the Soul of Dennis Reynolds (GIFs, Video)

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Time to pay tribute to the sociopathic gentleman Dennis Reynolds from It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. Dennis is considered many things, among them: a narcissist, delusional, insane, endlessly vain, and a cold dark piece of shit.

Being aware of extremes allows us to live a balanced life, let Dennis lead you on the road of a Golden God.

The King’s Arrival


The Golden God’s Hole

Dennis Reynolds
Dennis Reynolds




The Journey


The Implication





Sex Tape Advice with Dennis Reynolds



Dance God


Weak Point


Money and Power


Dennis Reynolds: I’m Awesome



Little Dreams


No Level Too Low


Dennis Reynolds: An Erotic Life

The Absurd Humor of a Naked Gun, Leslie Nielsen GIFs Collection

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Leslie Nielsen’s off the wall comedy used absurdity to tickle our funny bones. Watching a Nielsen movie is so surreal that it hinges on a psychedelic experience.

Leslie Nielson Gifs

Key to the City

Leslie Nielson Gif


Leslie Nielsen Gif Bingo

Double Clothesline

Leslie Nielsen Gif Clothesline

The Power of Christ Compels You

Leslie Nielsen gif Repossessed

Shadow She-Male

Leslie Nielsen gif Shadow Surprise

Inter Dimension Dusting

Leslie Nielsen gif Spring Cleaning

One, Two…Three?

Third Hand

Tongue Twisters


Nice Beaver 😉

Nice Beaver

Gotta Save That Stamina

No Sax


Nothing to See Here

Paperboy Putting in Work

Paperboy Exercise Bikes

Saved by Johnson

Penis Wall Climb

Prison Olympics; 1st place = Freedom

Prison Escape

Knocking Out Two Dummies

Punches Dummy

Safer Sex Suits

Safe Sex

Sex Shadows

Shadow Sex

Classic Shootout


Walking Through the Third Wall

Walking Thru Door

Yada, Yada, Yada

Yada Yada Yada

Frozen Film Scenes, Movie Cinemagraph GIFs Collection (Photo Gallery)

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Cinemagraphs are GIF images that combine still photography and video to produce a dope effect. The GIFs isolate specific movements while freezing the rest, providing a brilliant juxtaposition between the motion and the motionless.

Léon: The Professional


True Grit




Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas


8 1/2

8 and a half



The Big Lebowski






Straw Dogs



Barton Fink





Napoleon Dynamite


There were too many cinemagraph GIFs for one page to load, please click on page 2 for more cinemagraph GIFs from films like A Clockwork Orange, American Psycho, and Pulp Fiction.

Rafi the Lovable Maniac, The League (GIFs, Video)

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Rafi from The League is a charming, lovable, stone-cold maniac.

When the League got season two, and they were like “Okay, the character is Nick Kroll’s brother-in-law, and he comes into the league, and they don’t like him so they get rid of him. It’s up to you, how would you like to do that?”

I was like “Oh, I know exactly what I want to do. I want to play a maniac. I want to come on your show, and I want to be an absolute maniac.”

The character is bizarrely beloved. People are obsessed with this character. – Jason Mantzoukas

Happy New Year


The Bump


Tears of a Maniac


Get Ready


The Self Defense Program


The Party



The 3 Way


War Cry


A Moment of Peace






The League – Best of Rafi Compilation


Shooting with Dirty Randy



Paintball Love


Man of the House



The Lifeguard


The Surprise


You Have to Finish It


The League – Rafi’s Most Intrusive Entrances

15 Best Twilight Zone Episodes for Stoners

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From Rod Serling’s smoke-filled introductions, to the inevitable twist ending, the Twilight Zone is a classic series for stoners. Smoke a bowl and imagine watching these broadcasts in the 60s on an old black and white set, and you might just get a feel for how revolutionary the Twilight Zone was.

Five Characters In Search Of An Exit


Five people awake in a giant metal cylinder, none of them able to remember how they got there. A soldier, ballet dancer, hobo, bagpiper and clown. No, it’s not a weird predecessor to Cube, though it certainly seems like it.

The five are stuck in this room, with no exits whatsoever, occasionally blasted by a huge noise, an enormous clanging that shakes them to the core. They need no food, no water, and have no feelings at all. The soldier is determined to escape, even though the others are despondent. Creating a tower, one one top of the other, the army major escapes, tumbling into the light of day. Where a small girl picks up a doll in army uniform, puts it back in the barrel, and a lady rings a bell asking for donations for an orphans’ home.


The Eye of the Beholder


A lady is in hospital after massive facial surgery to try and make her look like everyone else. For most of the episode she’s bandaged up like a bondage mummy, and all the other people in the hospital’s faces are kept in the shadows.

The twist is that she’s beautiful, and everyone else is terrifying looking! And then she runs away to live on an island of ugly/beautiful people, and lives happily ever after.


The Invaders


The entire sketch is shot almost without dialogue, with the only speech occurring in the closing minutes. There’s an old lady who lives in a sparse and poor country cabin, who is encounters two tiny aliens and a flying saucer. She manages to kill one and chases the other back to his spaceship. Just as she attacks it with an axe, we hear the alien broadcasting in American-English, warning of a planet inhabited by giants, who would be very difficult to defeat. As the ship is smashed by the giantess, we see the writing on its side: U.S. Air Force Space Probe No. 1.


The Midnight Sun


The Earth is careening into the Sun, and the only two people left in an apartment building are Norma — a painter, and Mrs. Bronson — the landlady, everyone else has run for cooler climes. With looters roaming the streets, the power all but disconnected, water strictly rationed, and the heat ever increasing, the two ladies struggle with the mounting temperature.

Just as things get get unbearable, the scene shifts to the apartment at night time, now bitterly cold. The thermometer sits at -10°, and Norma is in bed, with a fever dream, imagining her impending fiery doom. The Earth is in fact hurtling away from the Sun, promising an icy death to all its inhabitants. 


To Serve Man


Super smart aliens visit our planet, and fix everything. No more war, no more poverty, no more hunger. They just want what’s best for us! Government codebreakers frantically rush to translate a single piece of Kanamitian literature — a book called “To Serve Man”. Then, shock, horror! It’s a cookbook! They’re making us fat and complacent, and there’s nothing we can do now!