‘Last Man Standing’ Fans Are Demanding a ‘Home Improvement’ Reboot Following a ‘Tool Man Taylor’ Cameo

Tim Allen is a man of many talents, but one of his best-known characters remains Tim “The Tool Man” Taylor from the popular 90s sitcom Home Improvement. The actor and comedian has worked on many projects since the series finale, yet many of his followers are still obsessed with that one role.

Currently, Allen leads an ensemble cast on the Fox series Last Man Standing. A recent episode included a cameo from none other than The Tool Man, much to the delight of his past and present fans. The appearance has viewers wishing for a Home Improvement reboot — and hoping that was a teaser for the future project.

‘Home Improvement’ made Tim Allen a household name

Tim Allen and Richard Karn
Tim Allen and Richard Karn | Walt Disney Television via Getty Images Photo Archives/Walt Disney Television

Allen spent a long time performing stand up comedy before striking gold by landing the lead in Home Improvement. The series debuted in 1991 and quickly became one of the highest-rated sitcoms of the decade. It was all thanks to the relatable humor which audiences could truly connect with.

The show followed the Taylor family, including Allen as the father, his wife Jill, and

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‘Last Man Standing’ and ‘Home Improvement’ crossover leaves fans wanting reboot

On Thursday night’s episode of “Last Man Standing,” actor Tim Allen reprised his role of Tim “The Tool Man” Taylor from his former show “Home Improvement.”

In the crossover event, Taylor wants to meet Allen’s current character, Mike Baxter, because he heard they looked so much alike. 

At one point, Mike tells Tim, “You might want to think of rebooting that ‘Tool Time’,” which sent fans into a frenzy on social media. 

“Did this episode of @LastManStanding just tease a reboot of tool time?” asked one fan

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“Yes, Yes YES Reboot Tool Time,” begged another.

“Please tell me Tool Time is coming back. Sounded like a hint to me..?” questioned a user

The blast from the past made some fans feel nostalgic about the beloved show that ran from 1991 to 1999 on ABC. 

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“Tonight’s episode of #LastManStanding hit me in the feels. It also made me realize how much I truly miss #HomeImprovement. #ToolTime,” said one person. 

“Seeing Mike Baxter and Tim “Tool Time” Taylor together is bringing

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‘Last Man Standing’ Fans Are Pushing For A ‘Home Improvement’ Reboot

Fans want a Home Improvement reboot

After Tim Allen reprised his role as Tim Taylor on Last Man Standing, many fans flooded social media asking for a Home Improvement reboot. Tim Allen famously played Tim Taylor on Home Improvement in the ’90s. Now that his current show Last Man Standing is coming to an end, fans are hoping this means Home Improvement can return.

Some fans questioned if the crossover episode, where both of Tim’s characters met was a hint at a reboot. One fan commented, “If there is for anything to go right in 2021, please let it be a home improvement reboot!!!!!!! 🙏🏼🙏🏼.” People flooded Last Man Standing‘s social media pages asking for a reboot.

Will there be a ‘Home Improvement’ reboot featuring Tim Taylor and the family?

HOME IMPROVEMENT, clockwise l-r: Zachery Ty Bryan, Tim Allen, Patricia Richardson, Taran Noah Smith, Jonathan Taylor Thomas, (Season 1, 1991, ph: Bonnie Schiffman/©Touchstone Television/courtesy Everett Collection

Another wrote, “Man that just makes me want to see them revive Home Improvement more than ever lol Tim didn’t miss a beat as Tim Taylor on this episode!”

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As of right now, there are no plans in the

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‘Home Improvement’ fans go nuts after ‘Last Man Standing’ crossover hints at classic show’s return

‘Home Improvement’ fans go nuts after ‘Last Man Standing’ crossover hints at classic show’s return


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Tim “The Tool Man” Taylor made his glorious return to network TV, Thursday. The former “Home Improvement” character, played by Tim Allen, appeared on “Last Man Standing” where he tried to help Mike Baxter, also played by Allen. While the episode was lots of fun, there were also some tender moments. Particularly when Tim mentioned how much he missed his old neighbor Wilson Wilson Jr., played by Earl Hindman who died in 2003. “I miss Wilson,” said Tim. “I miss a lot of stuff.” There were also a few lines that led viewers to believe a “Home Improvement” reboot was in the works. In fact, by the end of the episode even Mike was hoping Tim would bring his old show back. “You might want to think of rebooting that ‘Tool Time’ show,” said Mike. “Maybe this time, add more power.”

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Last Man Standing and Home Improvement Crossover Leaves Fans Desperate for a Reboot

Last Man Standing viewers saw double last night as Tim Allen’s beloved Home Improvement character, Tim ‘The Tool Man’ Taylor, made an appearance on the Fox sitcom. The crossover event featured more than a few nods to Home Improvement, including discussions about neighbor Wilson Wilson, Jr., the Taylor family, and even a potential reboot. Say what?!

Thursday’s episode of Last Man Standing (Season 9, Episode 2, “Dual Time”) saw Mike Baxter confronted with a seemingly insurmountable problem: a broken disposal. When Vanessa (Nancy Travis) hires a home repairman, she and her husband are shocked to discover that he looks exactly like Mike — and has a knack for imbuing his home improvement projects with life lessons. “This is bizarre,” says Mike. “You look just like me, except his hair’s a little grayer!”

“And you look just like me, except you color your hair,” replies Tim with a laugh.

As the two fix the sink, they bond over their respective careers and their shared values. During a backyard conversation, Tim reveals how much he misses his old neighbor, Wilson (played by Earl Hindman, who died in 2003). “I miss Wilson,” he says sadly. “I miss a lot of stuff.”

At

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