Month: January 2021

We Have the History Channel to Thank For This Home Improvement Reunion

This is the closest we’ll get to a real-life Tool Time—and we’re so about it.

On Monday, Jan. 25, the History Channel dropped a teaser for its new competition series, Assembly Required. And if you were a Home Improvement fan, then this show is for you.

Assembly Required reunites Home Improvement co-stars Tim Allen and Richard Karn, who also serve as the show’s hosts and executive producers. The series, which will premiere Tuesday, Feb. 23 at 10 p.m., follows the hosts and a resident expert—DIY YouTube star April Wilkerson—as they challenge builders from across the country to “breathe new life into everyday household items in desperate need of fixing.”

The History Channel further detailed, “This new series will push each contestant to their limits while testing their ability and ingenuity to not only rebuild it but to build it better. In each episode, Allen

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How To Watch Every Season Of Home Improvement


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For eight seasons, between 1991 and 1999 on ABC, the classic sitcom Home Improvement brought the Taylor brood — an all-American family if ever there was one — into America’s living rooms. The series starred Tim Allen as Tim “The Tool Man” Taylor, the star of show-within-a-show Tool Time, a (wait for it) home improvement series which he hosted with his deadpan sidekick Al Borland (Richard Karn), who often served as the straight man to Tim’s antics. Mostly, though, the real show focused on Tim’s home life with his loving wife Jill (Patricia Richardson) and their three sons, Brad (Zachery Ty Bryan), Randy (Jonathan Taylor Thomas), and Mark (Taran Noah Smith), who dealt with the bumps in life’s road with a little help from

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Home Improvement Stock Volatility: What Does It Mean?

In the early days of COVID-19 lockdowns, many home improvement companies, from Pool Corporation (NASDAQ: POOL) to Home Depot (NYSE: HD), saw their stock climb. People were determined to make the most of the homes where they were confined, increasing their living space by making outdoor improvements. But the share prices for major outdoor living product companies, including Pool, Azek (NYSE: AZEK) and Trex (NYSE: TREX), have begun to fluctuate noticeably in recent months — no longer riding the steady “stay-home stock” tailwind they were in during the first six months of the pandemic.

What does this volatility indicate?

Conceivably, the jagged rises and drops in stock prices could correlate with ever-changing, unpredictable changes in COVID-19 community rules and future forecasts. If nothing is certain — including income, school schedules, or vaccine rollout — it’s hard to invest heavily in long-term improvement projects.

Why landscape and home improvement

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Fans are Flooding the Last Man Standing Instagram with Questions About A Home Improvement Reboot

Photo credit: ABC Photo Archives - Getty Images
Photo credit: ABC Photo Archives – Getty Images

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  • Tim Allen offered a fun surprise for fans of Home Improvement on a recent episode of his current show, Last Man Standing.

  • After reprising his role as Tim “The Tool Man” Taylor, fans are wondering if this means more new Home Improvement content is in the works.

Home Improvement fans have not let their enthusiasm for the show wane after all these years—what can we say, Tim “The Tool Man” Taylor holds a special place in our hearts! So naturally when Tim Allen brought his Home Improvement character back to life on his current show, FOX’s Last Man Standing, he sparked quite the commotion among fans of both series.

Fans were quick to express their love for “The Tool Man,” and many were begging for more appearances in the future. Even though FOX announced Last Man Standing

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25 Things You Don’t Know About Me!

Tim Allen 25 Things You Dont Know About Me
Tim Allen at the FOX Summer All-Star Party during the TCA Summer Press Tour in Los Angeles on August 2, 2018. MediaPunch/Shutterstock

Whether you remember him as Tim “The Toolman” Taylor from Home Improvement or as the voice of Buzz Lightyear from the Toy Story franchise, Tim Allen has certainly left his mark in pop culture.

Now, as he’s gearing up to say goodbye to his Mike Baxter character on Last Man Standing after nine seasons, the 67-year-old actor exclusively opened up to Us Weekly with 25 things you might not know about him. Read on to learn more about Allen, including what his favorite Home Improvement episode is, his go-to hobbies and more.

1. The book Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance [by Robert M. Pirsig] changed my life. I love motorcycles.

2. Women were a strong influence in my life when I was growing up.

3. I

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Forget Lowe’s, Home Depot Is a Better Home-Improvement Stock

The home-improvement industry has been surging as the coronavirus pandemic has forced so many people to spend more time at home. Not only are they noticing more projects that need to be done, but since the home now needs to be an office, a school, and an entertainment center, they need to upgrade or overhaul existing spaces. On top of all that, data shows that more families are deciding to move out of cities and into suburbs — which means out of apartments and into houses.

While the changes in consumer behavior during the pandemic were good for the home-improvement industry overall, some companies are better equipped to take advantage than others. Here is why Home Depot (NYSE:HD) is a better way to invest in this change than Lowe’s (NYSE:LOW)

A Home Depot storefron.

Image source: Home Depot.


The outlook is bright for both Home Depot and Lowe’s,

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