To counter Adam's reluctance in being a stay-at-home dad, there was Walter who was quite outspoken in his opinions and practically wore his expressions on his sleeve. There was no attempt at subtlety with this guy.
|This is an early installment when Adam used to enjoy doing housework,|
before he started getting used to lazing around.
At most, his jibes could be considered a half-hearted attempt to preserve his insecurity and self-confidence.
Indeed, when left to his own devices, Walter appears to be completely incapable of being able to do basic survival such as cooking or shopping.
|This may be the only comic that Walter's last name is ever mentioned.|
To all the other Walter Grubbs out there, you're welcome.
Somehow, even though Walter kept kidding Adam around with no end in sight and Adam giving deserved comebacks, the two of them still managed to get together (along with a bevy of other rarely-seen male friends) to participate in typical manly activities.
Fittingly enough, this last Sunday appearance (that I can find) perfectly encompasses everything that makes up Adam and Walter's relationship.