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The universal themes of family, parenting, the battle of the sexes -- and of course, man's need for "more power" -- come to play each and every weekday on Home Improvement. Every episode finds Tim the "Tool Man" Taylor causing his share of goof-ups and mishaps and leaving his long-suffering wife, Jill, family and friends to mop up the mess.
Tim decides to rewire the dishwasher against Jill's wishes and ends up blowing more than her fuse.
Mark fears he'll be traded in when he breaks a tool after Tim makes Jill take a hand-off-my-tools oath.
Tim's football fetish interrupts a romantic evening out, made possibly by a last-minute babysitter magician.
While installing a satellite dish, Tim picks up warning signals from a job interview specialist who is counseling Jill.
The possibility of a mouse in the basement is a minor matter to Tim, but a snake is not such a Mickey Mouse deal.
After pandemonium erupts at a pizza parlor, Tim promises Jill that he'll teach the boys some manners.
Tim can't ignore that Jill ignored her car's oil warning light, and shares it with his audience. Randy worries when a classmate tells him that he has girlish hands.
Tim cooks up a plan for Mark to get even with his borthers, and offers Tool Time viewers nutrition tips.
The Taylors' bathroom is remodeled as a Tool Time special, but the job may take longer than expected.
Tim hosts an all female Tool Time audience, prompted by Jill's inability to make household repairs.
Jill fears delivering her speech, so Tim and Mark agree to be a sample "female" audience. Tim has the boys help him clean house so Jill can have the time to work on her speech.
Tim's efforts to wrest a Christmas decoration prize from a neighbor win him a visit from the fire department. Mark is told that Santa has died.
At a bowling alley, the boys battle a bully while Tim and Jill battle on the lanes in front of an audience of Tool Time fans.
Jill finds the behavior of Tim's college roommate to be pretty collegiate.
Tim blames a headache on a talk with Jill's feminist friend & Brad prepares for his first date. During the current episode of Tim's 'Tool TIme' show, he has a encounter of the close kind with a table.
Tim tries but fails to answer Jill's request for a birthday gift that suits her instead of him.
Bob Villa visits Tool Time, where Tim's talents pale by comparison with those of "the pioneer in home repair."
Tim volunteers the family to test camping gear, nixing a weekend with Jill.
Despite Tim's discarding of a chain letter, George Foreman agrees to be a guest on Tool Time.
Did Jill tell him? Did Tim Listen? Plans for a night at the opera hinge on the answers, made clearer with outside help.
Jill invades man's sacred space -- the garage -- with her pottery wheel; and Al takes a turn at hosting Tool Time, and finds it isn't easy as it looks.
Jill's sister's marital problems disrupt Tim's poker game.
Tim advises Al about a new women in Al's life.
Tim goes to buy new speakers and ends up with an entertainment center; Tool Time welcomes tool musicians, led by saw player Janeen Rae Heller.
Tim Allen(Tim "The Tool Man" Taylor)
Richard Karn(Albert "Al" Borland)
Jonathan Taylor Thomas(Randall William "Randy" Taylor)
Patricia Richardson(Jill Taylor)
Zachery Ty Bryan(Bradley Michael "Brad" Taylor)
Earl Hindman(Wilson Wilson Jr.)
Taran Noah Smith(Mark Jason Taylor)
Debbe Dunning(Heidi Keppert)
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