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Air Date: August 22nd, 2015

Series Summary
Walter Blunt is on a mission to impart his wisdom on how Americans should live, think and behave.

Rating: TVMA

Genres: Sitcom

Episodes

  • Season 2 - Episode 10 : Is This All Because I Didn't Call You Dec 11, 2016

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    After a final confrontation with the Rudolphs, Walter must find a way to make his case to the people of Los Angeles.

  • Season 2 - Episode 9 : Walter Has to Look After Walter Dec 4, 2016

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    Martin and Rosalie grapple with life-changing news; Walter, Harry, Celia and Jim attend a surrealist ball thrown by the nefarious Rudolphs, hoping to finally obtain a confession.

  • Season 2 - Episode 8 : A Cell Doesn't Have to Be a Closet Nov 20, 2016

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    Harry and Walter learn that they been framed for murder; Shelly takes advantage of Walter's absence from the office.

  • Season 2 - Episode 7 : I Can't Believe I Made Love to a Sociopath Nov 13, 2016

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    Walter is entangled in a private detective's web of conspiracy on the eve of Vivian and Moby's wedding; Celia's new lover pushes Jim to the breaking point.

  • Season 2 - Episode 6 : Love Is Not Linear Nov 6, 2016

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    The team reaches a dead end with the Rudolphs, just as a shady figure goes digging for dirt on Walter.

ratings & reviews

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  • Stewart gives a terrific performance, gliding through a song-and-dance fantasy in the second episode, and, throughout, delivering his lines with astutely timed gusto. It’s too bad the lines aren’t funny. Show More

  • Walter’s colleagues are just as depraved as he is, but their issues feel forced, more about crass, envelope-pushing jokes than character development. Stewart dives into his role with admirable gusto, but the show around him isn’t worthy of his talents. Show More

  • Stewart and Scarborough make Blunt Talk worth watching, as they’re an offbeat co-dependent pair who clearly have great affection and respect for each other, and watching Stewart embrace Walter’s often loony behavior is a treat. Show More

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