Blunt Talk Season 1 Episode 3

Walter is up to his old tricks again with his shrink!


So this episode Walter’s therapist asks him to ‘behave like Elizabeth Taylor’ in regards to women and also says he has to go to an AA meeting. So off Major and Walter go and instead going to the correct meeting they each go to a different AA like meeting to shake things up a bit. Who knows what trouble they’ll get into?

I thought this episode had some cracking lines in it for example the bit about Elizabeth Taylor. Also a line when they are heading in to the church for the AA meetings. Walter says, ‘Its smart of the churches to hold AA meetings since the old methods failed this is excellent way of getting the sinners in?’ Such a good line.

You get a little bit more background about his colleagues you see Dolly Wells’ character Celia going out with this married magacian. Jim has a fettish for womens shoes (that is the second TV character I have come across with that fettish). Also Rosalie’s husband has alzheimers so sad.

Overall, a really funny, mischevious and enjoyable episode. I’m really loving this series it always puts a smile on my face and I can’t wait for the next one.


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