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Home Improvement: Season 2 (DVD)
Former stand-up comic Tim Allen got his big break as Tim the "Tool Man" Taylor on this popular 1990s family sitcom. HOME IMPROVEMENT revolves around the career and family life of an average, but likeable handyman and car enthusiast who hosts a local ho...
ITEM#: 3537089Former stand-up comic Tim Allen got his big break as Tim the "Tool Man" Taylor on this popular 1990s family sitcom. HOME IMPROVEMENT revolves around the career and family life of an average, but likeable handyman and car enthusiast who hosts a local home-maintenance show called "Tool Time." The sitcom's humor comes from Tim's squabbles with his wife Jill (Patricia Richardson), and his three sons: Mark, Randy, and Brad (Taran Noah Smith, Jonathan Taylor Thomas, and Zachary Ty Brian), and his mishaps on and off the set of "Tool Time." Other recurring characters include Tim's flannel-clad "Tool Time" co-host Al (Richard Karn), elusive neighbor Wilson (Earl Hindman), and Lisa (Pamela Anderson), the sultry female sidekick on Tim's television show. Running for eight seasons from 1991 through 1999, HOME IMPROVEMENT was very popular among family audiences, who appreciated the show's moral core, as well as its amusing take on marriage and parenting. This release includes every episode from the show's highly successful second season.
|Dimensions||5.5" x 0.75" x 7.5" WxHxD|
|Stars||Jonathan Taylor Thomas, Pamela Anderson Lee, Taran Noah Smith, Tim Allen, Earl Hindman, Zachery Ty Bryan, Richard Karn, Patricia Richardson|
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