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Tim Allen stars as Tim 'The Toolman' Taylor, hosting his show 'Tooltime' in this hugely popular American series depicting family life in the Taylor household. With help from level-headed wife Jill, they both raise 3 mischevious boys; Mark, Randy and Brad.

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  • Home Improvement - Season 1 Home Improvement - Season 1 | DVD | (27/06/2005) from £19.99  |  Saving you £-9.00 (-33.30%)  |  RRP £26.99

    'Home Improvement' profiles Tim Taylor (Tim Allen) an average father raising three kids with his aspiring psychologist wife Jill (Patricia Richardson). When not engaged in domestic squabbles Tim hosts a home improvement show called ""Tool Time."" Episodes comprise: 1. Pilot 2. Mow Better Blues 3. Off Sides 4. Satellite On A Hot Tim's Roof 5. Wild Kingdom 6. Adventures In Fine Dining 7. Nothing More Than Feelings 8. Flying Sauces 9. Bubble Bubble Toil And Trouble 10. Reach

  • Home Improvement - Series 2 Home Improvement - Series 2 | DVD | (01/08/2005) from £12.99  |  Saving you £0.00 (0.00%)  |  RRP £26.99

    Plug in the power drill and break out the socket wrenches! Tim Allen hammers home the laughs as Tim ""The Toolman"" Taylor in Home Improvement's hilarious second season. Tim and his levelheaded wife Jill undertake the challenge of raising three young mischievous boys. It's a tough project but with insightful advice from his wise (and only partially seen) next door neighbour Wilson they're able to get the job done. Now you can own all 25 episodes of the show's second season in this comprehensive DVD set. And with exclusive bonus features it's a must-have for any Home Improvement collection! Episodes comprise: 1. Read My Hips 2. Rights & Wrongs Of Passage 3. Overactive Glance 4. Groin Pulls 5. Heavy Meddle 6. The Haunting Of Taylor House 7. Roomie For Improvement 8. May The Best Man Win 9. Where There's A Will There's A Way 10. Let's Did Lunch 11. Abandoned Family 12. I'm Scheming On A White Christmas 13. Bell Bottom Blues 14. Howard's End 15. Love Is A Many Spintered Thing 16. Dances With Tools 17. You're Driving Me Crazy You're Driving Me Nuts 18. Bye Bye Birdie 19. Karate Or Not Here I Come 20. Shooting Three To Make Tutu 21. Much Ado About Nana 22. Ex Marks The Spot 23. To Build Or Not To Build 24. Birth Of A Hot Rod 25. The Great Race

  • Home Improvement - Season 3 Home Improvement - Season 3 | DVD | (09/01/2006) from £26.99  |  Saving you £0.00 (0.00%)  |  RRP £26.99

    Home Improvement profiles Tim Taylor (Tim Allen) an average father raising three kids with his aspiring psychologist wife Jill (Patricia Richardson). When not engaged in domestic squabbles Tim hosts a home improvement show called ""Tool Time."" Tim constantly gets himself into scrapes with his crazy ideas while Al Borland (Richard Karn) his loyal assistant attempts to keep him on the straight and narrow at work. At home when Tim runs into trouble with his family his faithful

  • Home Improvement - Season 4 [1994] Home Improvement - Season 4 | DVD | (01/09/2008) from £14.79  |  Saving you £0.00 (0.00%)  |  RRP £15.99

    In the fourth season of Home Improvement, the Taylor family faces some important milestones. Tim (Tim Allen) turns 40, Jill (Patricia Richardson) is laid off from work and pursues her Master's Degree and youngest son Mark (Taran Noah Smith) slowly begins to outgrow precocious middle brother Randy (Jonathan Taylor Thomas). (Oldest sibling Brad, played by Zachery Ty Bryan, remains pretty much the same confident kid he always was.) As for their inner circle, Tim's Tool Time buddy Al (Richard Karn) gets an ego boost when he's named one of Detroit's hottest bachelors, and little seen but often heard neighbor Wilson (Earl Hindman) goes on his first date in two decades. Add Debbe Dunning, who replaces Pamela Anderson as the new Tool Time girl, and you've got the makings of another solid season. When the ABC sitcom aired during the 1994-1995 TV season, it did well enough to place in the Top 5 for the fourth consecutive year. And aside from some pop culture giveaways (Jill's clothes; Randy's use of a floppy disc to backup his computer), the warmth and humour exuded in this 25-episode, 3-disc set hold up remarkably well. Like Everybody Loves Raymond minus the screeching mother-in-law, Home Improvement is driven by the classic combination of a sensible wife married to a silly man-child husband who thinks about himself first, even when he doesn't intend to. When Jill wants to go back to school so she can become a therapist, Tim isn't supportive. At first it appears he just doesn't want any changes. But he later confesses he's worried she'll lose interest in him if she returns to school. After she reassures him that this would never be the case, he says, "If your dream is to work with nuts, you should go back to the world of macadamia". Look for an appearance from a very young Michelle Williams (Brokeback Mountain, Dawson's Creek), guest starring as Brad's makeup-savvy girlfriend who advises him on how to cover up his pimple. As for Lucy Liu (Charlie's Angels, Ally McBeal), her blink-and-you'll-miss-her spot as a woman interested in Al is little more than a glorified cameo. --Jae-Ha Kim

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