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A Look Back at a Classic 90s Show: “Home Improvement”

“Home Improvement” was one of those great sitcoms of the 90s that happened to live (at least somewhat) in the shadow of the major heavy hitters – “Friends” and “Seinfeld.” For most of the decade, the show was neck and neck with both “rival” TV shows, and even hit the top of the Nielsen ratings. While it isn’t widely watched anymore, “Home Improvement” likely inspired more Americans to do work around the house than any other comedy.

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It definitely turned Tim Allen into a massive star, that’s for sure. It also put Jonathan Taylor Thomas on the map, who became the ultimate locker pin-up for school girls. Since the show was an American network staple for a good part of the 90s (it ran for eight seasons – from 1991 to 1999), I think it’s high time we give it the light of day it deserves (and hasn’t seen for nearly two decades).

This is everything “Home Improvement,” from the actors who could have been to the reason Wilson always covered his face…