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List of Home Improvement episodes

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Home Improvement is an American television sitcom starring Tim Allen, that aired on ABC from September 17, 1991, to May 25, 1999, with 204 approx. 22-minute episodes produced spanning 8 seasons.

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Series overview

SeasonEpisodesOriginally airedRankViewers
First airedLast aired
124September 17, 1991 (1991-09-17)May 5, 1992 (1992-05-05)428.9
225September 16, 1992 (1992-09-16)May 19, 1993 (1993-05-19)331.5
325September 15, 1993 (1993-09-15)May 25, 1994 (1994-05-25)235.2
426September 20, 1994 (1994-09-20)May 23, 1995 (1995-05-23)332.9
526September 19, 1995 (1995-09-19)May 21, 1996 (1996-05-21)725.9
625September 17, 1996 (1996-09-17)May 20, 1997 (1997-05-20)923.1
725September 23, 1997 (1997-09-23)May 19, 1998 (1998-05-19)1019.5
828September 22, 1998 (1998-09-22)May 25, 1999 (1999-05-25)1017.7


Season 1 (1991–92)

No. in
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateProd.
US viewers
11"Pilot"John PasquinCarmen Finestra & David McFadzean & Matt WilliamsSeptember 17, 1991 (1991-09-17)510028.0[1]
Jill has a job interview and tells Tim not to touch and wreck the dishwasher in the meantime. Nevertheless he does, gets an electrical shock, and destroys the dishwasher, and as expected, Jill does not get the job. Taking Wilson's advice, Tim apologizes in a subtle manner on his next Tool Time episode, and Jill forgives him.
22"Mow Better Blues"John PasquinElliot SternSeptember 24, 1991 (1991-09-24)A30428.1[2]
After Mark breaks one of Tim's oldest tools, he fears the worst when Brad and Randy take control of his guilt and fabricate a story about the traded son "Peter," who was given away because he wrecked Tim's tools. Meanwhile, Tim modifies his riding lawnmower.
33"Off Sides"John PasquinMarley SimsOctober 1, 1991 (1991-10-01)A30226.8[3]
Tim and Jill want to go out and have a romantic evening, but Jill can't find a babysitter, so she hires a magician (Eric Christmas), who messes up during a trick and locks himself in a trunk, leaving the kids on their own around the house. During their romantic dinner, Tim is distracted by a Detroit Lions game, much to Jill's irritation, and he is forced to choose between his wife and the game.
44"Satellite on a Hot Tim's Roof"John PasquinAllison M. GibsonOctober 8, 1991 (1991-10-08)A30527.7[4]
Tim tries to put up a satellite dish that has over 200 channels so he can watch sports games around the country, and is jealous when Jill's teacher (Sam McMurray) comes to the house and promptly starts making romantic advances on Jill.
55"Wild Kingdom"John PasquinSusan Estelle JansenOctober 15, 1991 (1991-10-15)A30325.7[5]
Brad and Randy hear a rustling in the basement, and Tim dismisses it as a peaceful mouse, but the neighbor Wilson thinks it's a snake. This makes Tim's life a living hell, since he has a huge fear of snakes.
66"Adventures in Fine Dining"John PasquinPeter TolanOctober 22, 1991 (1991-10-22)A30125.4[6]
Jill makes a bet with Tim that he cannot teach the kids some manners after they are kicked out of a pizza parlor. If Tim cannot teach the boys manners, he will be attending the opera for an entire year with Jill, much to Tim's horror. With the bet on, he tries his best to make the boys behave.
77"Nothing More Than Feelings"John PasquinPeter TolanOctober 29, 1991 (1991-10-29)A30627.5[7]
Jill drives with the oil light on for three days and Tim mentions this on Tool Time. Jill gets angry at Tim for mocking her on his own show. Randy believes his hands are just like a girl's hands, which Mark and Brad take to their advantage.
88"Flying Sauces"John PasquinBilly Riback & Elliot SternNovember 5, 1991 (1991-11-05)A30926.3[8]
Workers from the K&B Construction Site come and show how to cook food using tools. Brad and Randy convince Mark that he's adopted, and then make up a story that everybody around him are aliens. To get back at the boys, Tim, Jill and Mark dress as aliens and scare them.
99"Bubble, Bubble, Toil and Trouble"John PasquinSusan Estelle JansenNovember 19, 1991 (1991-11-19)A31027.5[9]
Tim tries to renovate his and Jill's bathroom, and involves Tool Time crew members as well as Al to make it free except for the construction material. The project turns out to take longer than expected, taking 18 days, much to Jill's dismay. Brad attempts to ask out Jennifer, his longtime crush, on a date.
1010"Reach Out and Teach Someone"John PasquinAllison M. GibsonNovember 26, 1991 (1991-11-26)A31127.6[10]
Tim and Jill get in an argument after Tim tries to teach her plumbing. To prove he can be a reasonable teacher, Tim invites women on Tool Time to teach them plumbing. Meanwhile, Brad thinks he will do terribly on a test when Randy calls him an idiot. Tim begins working on his vintage 1930s hot rod.
1111"Look Who's Not Talking"John PasquinBilly RibackDecember 10, 1991 (1991-12-10)A30727.3[11]
Jill has to present a speech to the Library Association, and is beginning to have stage-fright. Tim and Mark dress up as women to help her practice while trying to clean the house.
1212"Yule Better Watch Out"John PasquinBilly RibackDecember 17, 1991 (1991-12-17)A31230.2[12]
Tim is competing in the neighborhood's annual Christmas Lighting Contest, and is trying to outdo his rival, Doc Johnson. Brad and Randy tell Mark that Santa Claus died before he was born, but a mysterious Santa (Earl Hindman) gives him his wish. Brad and Randy get meager parts in a Christmas play.
1313"Up Your Alley"John PasquinBilly Riback & Elliot SternJanuary 7, 1992 (1992-01-07)A31431.3[13]
It's family night, and Tim decides to take the family bowling. Jill believes Tim gets too competitive during bowling, so they don't keep score, but soon it turns into an all out brawl as Tim tries to impress the boys from K&B Construction who are bowling in the lane next to them. Brad and Randy encounter an arcade bully.
1414"For Whom the Belch Tolls"John PasquinSheila M. AnthonyJanuary 14, 1992 (1992-01-14)A30831.2[14]
Stu Cutler (Christopher McDonald), Tim's old college buddy, comes to town and visits the Taylors. Unfortunately, Stu starts to annoy Tim and Jill because he acts like he and Tim are still in college, and Tim has to set him straight.
1515"Forever Jung"John PasquinCarmen Finestra & David McFadzean & Matt WilliamsJanuary 21, 1992 (1992-01-21)A31332.1[15]
Karen (Betsy Randle), Jill's friend, visits, and Tim has to tolerate and stand up to her constant comments about his masculinity and his own tool show. Because of this stress, Tim accidentally glues his forehead to a table. Meanwhile, Jill teaches Brad how to dance, because he will be attending Jennifer's parents' anniversary party.
1616"Jill's Birthday"John PasquinRosalind MooreFebruary 4, 1992 (1992-02-04)A31530.9[16]
When Tim finally thinks he has the perfect birthday gift for Jill, it backfires, and he must find a new one. In order to fund Jill's present after blowing their money on a baseball card, Brad and Randy lie to Mark about a "Little Brother's Tax" and they take all his money.
1717"What About Bob?"John PasquinSusan Estelle JansenFebruary 11, 1992 (1992-02-11)A31728.6[17]
Bob Vila is going to be a guest on Tool Time, and is going to participate in a game called "Stump the Toolman" with Tim. Randy gets in trouble for picking on a kid at school, and Jill forces him to invite the boy over, only to realize he is as annoying as Randy claims.
1818"Baby, It's Cold Outside"John PasquinB. K. TaylorFebruary 18, 1992 (1992-02-18)A31830.9[18]
Tim and Jill's romantic getaway is ruined when John Binford demands Tim take his family camping using the new Binford camping gear, and share clips of their time on Tool Time. The trip doesn't go quite as Tim planned it would. Brad competes with another boy for Jennifer's Valentine's Day heart.
1919"Unchained Malady"John PasquinBilly RibackFebruary 25, 1992 (1992-02-25)A31928.7[19]
Tim throws out a chain letter from Al, and receives bad luck continuously. Randy breaks his bike after participating in a dare. Tim dyes his hands green and Jill beats him up, giving him a black eye and a disfigured face. George Foreman guest stars as himself on Tool Time.
2020"Birds of a Feather Flock to Taylor"John PasquinMarley SimsMarch 3, 1992 (1992-03-03)A32030.7[20]
When Jill tells Tim they're going to an opera fundraiser, he has no recollection of Jill mentioning it earlier. This prompts an all out argument between the two. All the while, Tim helps Mark build an elaborate bird house.
2121"A Battle of Wheels"John PasquinLaura Eve AndersonMarch 17, 1992 (1992-03-17)A32131.8[21]
Jill begins pottery class, and begins to practice in the garage where Tim is working on his hot rod. This causes friction between the couple, but it all gets worked out, in part because of Wilson's advice. Meanwhile, after embarrassing Al following a mistake during an episode, Tim lets Al be the host of Tool Time for a day. It doesn't end well, and the two switch back to their normal roles.
2222"Luck Be a Taylor Tonight"John PasquinAllison M. Gibson & Marley SimsApril 7, 1992 (1992-04-07)A31627.6[22]
Tim's all-men-poker-night is ruined when Jill's sister Robin (Amy Ryan) and her husband Charlie (Tom Verica) come and have a big fight, thus causing disruptions in the game.
2323"Al's Fair in Love and War"John PasquinElliot SternApril 28, 1992 (1992-04-28)A32230.0[23]
Al wants to ask Greta Post out, but screws up, so Jill suggests he invite her to a barbecue that Tim could put up, and Tim gives Al advice that leads him to lose Greta, causing a friction between the two. Tim tries to get a foothold on Jill's college diary. Jill discovers something about the effects of Jennifer and the boy's manners.
2424"Stereo-Typical"John PasquinCarmen Finestra & David McFadzean & Matt WilliamsMay 5, 1992 (1992-05-05)A32331.2[24]
Tim purchases a new stereo set, which causes many complications with the volume and Jill's paranoia for new gadgets since she suffers from technophobia and hates new things.

Season 2 (1992–93)

No. in
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateProd.
US viewers
251"Read My Hips"John PasquinB. K. TaylorSeptember 16, 1992 (1992-09-16)A32429.6[25]
Jill has planned a romantic surprise dinner for Tim, who is at Big Mike's with Al and the guys from K&B Construction. He phones home and she flirts with him, and he doesn't notice and comes home two hours late. Jill is upset and accuses him of not picking up all the signals she sends. Tim thinks that signals should be clear and dresses up as Fred the phone repairman so he can fix the problem. Meanwhile, Brad is wondering whether Jennifer punching him is a sign that she wants to kiss him.
262"Rites & Wrongs of Passage"John PasquinSusan Estelle JansenSeptember 23, 1992 (1992-09-23)A32629.5[26]
Tim is going to let a grounded Brad (because he pulled a prank at school) go to a planned truck rally, until Brad is caught by the police throwing bricks at a greenhouse thus meaning no truck rally. Wilson tells Tim that Brad is rebelling because he believes he should be his own man. Tim teaches Brad to behave again while they work on his hot rod together, while Jill takes the rest of the boys to the rally and comes home partially deaf.
273"Overactive Glance"John PasquinBilly RibackSeptember 30, 1992 (1992-09-30)A32727.3[27]
Jill and Karen think that Tim will look at any woman in a restaurant, after they see him checking out a woman on Tool Time. Randy has trouble playing football. Tim's solution? Super glue.
284"Groin Pains"John PasquinHoward J. MorrisOctober 7, 1992 (1992-10-07)A32528.9[28]
Tim pulls a groin muscle when trying to impress Jill with his masculinity by carrying a big trunk of books. Randy plays Peter Pan in the school play, but the school doesn't have the necessary machine for him to fly, but Tim has an elaborate idea.
295"Heavy Meddle"John PasquinRosalind MooreOctober 14, 1992 (1992-10-14)A32828.7[29]
When Tim throws a party to celebrate putting in the hot rod's engine, Jill decides to hook her friend Karen up with one of the guys coming to the party and ends up ruining Tim's day with a barbecue. Meanwhile, the boys have problems with the McGurn brothers.
306"The Haunting of Taylor House"John PasquinSusan Estelle JansenOctober 28, 1992 (1992-10-28)A33129.6[30]
Brad and Jennifer plan to dress like Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy on Halloween, but she shows up with Danny and is instead dressed like him. After Danny tries to ruin Tim's "Catacombs of Terror", Tim (Nanastein) scares him away with the help of Al and Wilson.
317"Roomie for Improvement"John PasquinBilly RibackNovember 4, 1992 (1992-11-04)A33226.7[31]
When Mark contracts chicken pox, Jill forces Tim to move out for a few days, since he has never had it. Al then offers for Tim to stay with him, and although he doesn't want to, he decides against hurting Al's feelings, which he does anyway when he embarrasses Al severely on Tool Time in front of special guests Mario and Michael Andretti.
328"May the Best Man Win"John PasquinMaxine LapidussNovember 11, 1992 (1992-11-11)A32928.2[32]
When John Binford marries a young, hot tool model, he assigns his daughter Maureen as the producer of Tool Time, who Al fully supports, but Tim is unhappy that she is taking over his show. Meanwhile, Tim is forced to take over the house when Jill unexpectedly gets a job as a researcher for a magazine, and Tim is weirdly left without advice when Wilson is more eager to take a herb bath than help Tim with his predicament.
339"Where There's a Will, There's a Way"John PasquinHoward J. MorrisNovember 18, 1992 (1992-11-18)A33328.4[33]
Jill decides to finally complete their will, which Tim does not want to be part of because of his fear of mortality. Mark fears that his father is going to die. Meanwhile, Brad and Randy build a human catapult and need a victim for their experiment.
3410"Let's Did Lunch"John PasquinHoward M. GouldNovember 25, 1992 (1992-11-25)A33032.4[34]
Dave has Tim tell Karen that they had lunch that day, even though they didn't. When Tim tells Jill about the secret, he learns Jill has been holding a secret for Karen at the same time. The boys built a catapult in order to launch garbage into the McGurns' yard to avenge all of their cruel pranks.
3511"Abandoned Family"John PasquinRosalind MooreDecember 2, 1992 (1992-12-02)A33432.7[35]
When Jill gets to research the cover story for the magazine, Tim takes over the house; however Jill is unhappy with the way Tim operates the house when he "improves" the washing machine and dryer, forgets to make the boys' lunches and fails to make Mark's gingerbread house for the bake sale.
3612"I'm Scheming of a White Christmas"John PasquinB. K. TaylorDecember 16, 1992 (1992-12-16)A33531.7[36]
Brad and Randy start soliciting donations from the neighborhood for charity and are great successes; however, when presented with the amount of money that they collect the boys can't help themselves and keep some of the money for themselves to buy comic books and Game Boy games.
3713"Bell Bottom Blues"John PasquinSusan Estelle JansenJanuary 6, 1993 (1993-01-06)A33633.4[37]
Tim complains to Jill that she has too many things in their closet, so she starts cleaning it out - but when all she throws away is a pair of pants and a single shoe, Tim decides to remodel the closet to have enough space. Meanwhile, Brad tries to con his parents into signing a "field trip release form" without them knowing that it's actually a note from school explaining that Brad punched a kid at school because Tim hugged him in front of all his friends.
3814"Howard's End"Andy CadiffStacey HurJanuary 13, 1993 (1993-01-13)A33734.9[38]
Jennifer is going away on holiday, so she leaves her goldfish Howard in the care of Brad, who inadvertently kills the fish, and now he has to buy a new fish before Jennifer finds out. Tim and Jill get into a fight over who owns what when Jill opens a private checking account for herself.
3915"Love is a Many Splintered Thing"Andy CadiffBilly RibackJanuary 20, 1993 (1993-01-20)A33830.3[39]
Jill takes a compatibility test from the magazine, and the results show that her and Tim are not compatible. In revenge, Tim creates a test that intentionally shows that Jill is not the woman for him. Meanwhile, Randy volunteers to perform a ventriloquism act for the school talent show, but he discovers that it's harder than it looks.
4016"Dances with Tools"Andy CadiffRosalind MooreFebruary 3, 1993 (1993-02-03)A33934.4[40]
It's the Taylors' anniversary. Tim bribes Mark to tell him where the present Jill has bought for him is, and after discovering that it's the steering wheel from Mario Andretti's racecar, he decides to get her ballroom dancing lessons; however, in true Tim Taylor fashion, he makes a mess of it by making fun of the dance, making smart comments and spinning the teacher right into the piano, sending her to the hospital.
4117"You're Driving Me Crazy, You're Driving Me Nuts"Andy CadiffMaxine LapidussFebruary 10, 1993 (1993-02-10)A34042.8[41]
One of Jill's cousins is getting married, but Tim gets lost on the way and refuses to get directions, which leads them to end up in Ohio. Meanwhile, Karen babysits the boys, and they cheat her in go fish.
4218"Bye Bye Birdie"Andy CadiffSusan Estelle JansenFebruary 17, 1993 (1993-02-17)A34130.5[42]
A woodpecker arrives at the Taylor household, and Tim goes crazy trying to get rid of it. Brad and Jennifer break up, and after he flunks a math test, he blames it on his being lovesick. However, when Jennifer drops by and gives Brad his workbook, revealing that she had been doing his homework and thus explaining why Brad failed the test (Brad gets grounded as a result), Tim and Jill are forced to tutor Brad to get his grades up again.
4319"Karate or Not, Here I Come"Andy CadiffBilly RibackFebruary 24, 1993 (1993-02-24)A34230.4[43]
Hoping to boost Mark's confidence when Brad and Randy continue to disallow him to play with them and their friends, Tim and Jill put him into a karate class, after an influence from a wood-breaking demonstration on Tool Time. However, a boy starts bullying Mark at the karate lessons, leading to a fight between Jill and the boy's mother.
4420"Shooting Three to Make Tutu"Andy CadiffHoward M. GouldMarch 3, 1993 (1993-03-03)A34325.5[44]
Jill's computer crashes, so she has to go into work and recreate her research paper, forcing Tim to take Mark to Swan Lake instead of her. Tim reluctantly agrees, but when Wilson gives him front-row courtside seats to the Pistons game, he decides to leave the ballet after thirty minutes and go to the game instead. Brad and Randy are left home alone, time they spend smoking one of Tim's cigars from his stash.
4521"Much Ado About Nana"Andy CadiffHoward J. MorrisMarch 17, 1993 (1993-03-17)A34437.1[45]
Jill's mother, Lillian (Polly Holliday), comes to visit for Mark's birthday. She comes bearing gifts: a drum set for Mark, and a family heirloom for Jill. But instead of the antique clock that she loves and really wanted, Lillian gives her a tea set, which Jill does not know why she received it.
4622"Ex Marks the Spot"Andy CadiffDarrel Campbell & Billy RibackApril 14, 1993 (1993-04-14)A34535.2[46]
When Tim's high school girlfriend Stacey Lewis returns to town, Jill invites her over to have dinner at the Taylors' household, which leads to Stacey revealing an unpleasant secret about Tim's past with her, embarrassing Tim and putting him into an uncomfortable situation with Jill.
4723"To Build or Not to Build"Andy CadiffRobert ZappiaMay 5, 1993 (1993-05-05)A34834.1[47]
For Mother's Day, Tim decides that each of the boys will build something for Jill. Brad and Mark succeed in making jewelry and recipe boxes; however, the more unskilled laborer Randy does not want to build anything, since he is not interested in tools, so Tim consults Wilson and his mother about what to do about Randy.
4824"Birth of a Hot Rod"Andy CadiffSteve GabrielMay 12, 1993 (1993-05-12)A34633.0[48]
Jill asks Tim to fix the ice dispenser on the refrigerator, replace the knob on the back door and repair the burner on the stove, but all he is interested in is getting his hot rod's engine to turn over. Jill calls a repairman, but Tim distracts him with the hot rod, leaving Jill angry.
4925"The Great Race"Andy CadiffCarmen Finestra & David McFadzean & Matt WilliamsMay 19, 1993 (1993-05-19)A34731.5[49]
Bob Vila re-appears on Tool Time and challenges Tim to a lawnmower race for charity. Determined to beat Vila once and for all, Tim inserts a jet engine from a helicopter into the lawnmower. Meanwhile, Brad and Randy create "The Tadpole Secrecy Test" for Mark, who wants them to play with him. The test involves Mark holding a live tadpole in his mouth for three seconds, but he accidentally swallows it.

Season 3 (1993–94)

No. in
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateProd.
US viewers
501"Maybe, Baby"Andy CadiffBob BendetsonSeptember 15, 1993 (1993-09-15)A34936.5[50]
Jill learns her sister Carol is having a baby girl. When they talk about the baby's name and Jill is going through the boys' baby toys, she wishes she could have a baby girl. Tim tells Randy and Brad that Jill always wanted a girl so they tell Mark that Jill wished he had been a girl. This upsets Mark and when Jill wants to bake a cake with him, he doesn't want to. When she finds out the truth, she tells Mark that what Randy and Brad told him isn't true. Tim is also upset because he doesn't want another child. But he feels alright again when Jill tells him that they don't have the time for another child. On Tool Time, Tim and Al welcome Heidi, who becomes the new Binford Tool Girl, after Lisa goes off to college.
512"Aisle See You in My Dreams"Andy CadiffElliot Shoenman & Marley SimsSeptember 22, 1993 (1993-09-22)A35025.5[51]
At Al's 35th birthday, he wants a wife and kids, so Jill fixes him up with Ilene Markham. Al finds out that Ilene wants kids too, so he proposes to her on Tool Time, later edited to become a Godzilla warning. Randy and Brad write a letter to Mark pretending to be Isiah Thomas, so Tim and Jill tell Mark to get revenge.
523"This Joke's for You"Andy CadiffHoward J. MorrisSeptember 29, 1993 (1993-09-29)A35330.1[52]
Tim stops telling jokes and screwing up on Tool Time after he installs an intercom and hears Randy making fun of the show. Hurt, he grounds Randy as a result. Brad wants to read David Copperfield so he can talk to Jennifer, but he finds out it's not about the magician and Jennifer breaks up with him, which hurts Jill more than Brad.
534"A Sew, Sew Evening"Andy CadiffRosalind MooreOctober 6, 1993 (1993-10-06)A35234.6[53]
Tim has trouble with Joe Morton (Robert Picardo), his new neighbor, after Joe dents part of his hot rod for scrap. Jill becomes good friends with Marie Morton, Joe's wife. Brad signs up for home economics as his elective to meet girls, but his plan goes awry when every other boy in school does the same thing as Brad, filling the class with boys instead of girls.
545"Arrivederci, Binford"Andy CadiffElliot ShoenmanOctober 13, 1993 (1993-10-13)A35132.0[54]
Tim is afraid to cry after Mr. Binford, his boss and close friend, dies from a heart attack. Brad, seeing this, believes men are not allowed to cry at all and starts to show off his masculinity.
556"Crazy for You"Andy CadiffBob BendetsonOctober 27, 1993 (1993-10-27)A35440.7[55]
It's Halloween, and as usual Tim is up to his old tricks, however Jill plans a prank of her own on Tim. Tim gets cookies from a fan named Rose, but soon strange things start happening. She keeps calling him, and Wilson thinks she is obsessed with him. Tim tries to hide but it's no use.
567"Blow Up"Andy CadiffRosalind Moore & Howard J. MorrisNovember 3, 1993 (1993-11-03)A35535.8[56]
Tim accidentally blows up Jill's driver's license picture for her library fund-raising dinner. Meanwhile, Al takes the boys miniature golfing and throws a fit in anger after Brad gets a hole-in-one.
578"Be True to Your Tool"Andy CadiffBruce FerberNovember 10, 1993 (1993-11-10)A35632.9[57]
Wes Davidson, the new president of Binford, makes Tim promote a bad and lightweight saw tool on Tool Time, which Tim dislikes, but he has to choose between his job and his manners, since Davidson was paid big to advertise the tool. Meanwhile, the boys go grocery shopping and find a way to save money to buy sweets.
589"Dollars and Sense"Andy CadiffBob Bendetson & Bruce FerberNovember 17, 1993 (1993-11-17)A35836.4[58]
The boys buy a remote controlled car with stock bonds from their grandmother, and Jill fears the worst after an old "Bloody Nutty Buddy Bar" incident that occurred in the house years prior, so she tries to take away the car.
5910"A Frozen Moment"Andy CadiffMax EisenbergNovember 24, 1993 (1993-11-24)A35734.7[59]
On Thanksgiving, for a perfect Christmas card, Tim builds a Christmas Village and has the family wear costumes, yet the snow machine causes problems and malfunctions, and Tim has to fix it.
6011"Feud for Thought"Andy CadiffElliot Shoenman & Marley SimsDecember 1, 1993 (1993-12-01)A35940.0[60]
At their high school reunion, Jill tries to avoid Joanie Graham (Lee Garlington), her high school friend who stole her boyfriend, and learns a shocking truth about her and Jack (who had dumped Jill for Joanie), and Tim and Jack try to fix the amplifier. Meanwhile, Al watches the boys and Brad's girlfriend Ashley (Leigh Ann Orsi), and finds himself in trouble until he gets some much needed help from Wilson.
6112"'Twas the Blight Before Christmas"Andy CadiffB. K. TaylorDecember 15, 1993 (1993-12-15)A36135.2[61]
Tim tries to beat Doc Johnson in the neighborhood Christmas Lighting Contest, but Randy is leaking information to Doc's granddaughter on whom he has a crush. Brad wants to go skiing with Tom Wheeler's family on Christmas instead of spending it with his family.
6213"Slip Sleddin' Away"Andy CadiffRosalind Moore & Howard J. MorrisJanuary 5, 1994 (1994-01-05)A36039.1[62]
Randy loses a sled race to evil Vinnie McGurn. But after following Tim's advice of racing Vinnie again with a better sled, Vinnie pushes Randy off his sled and sprains his wrist. Meanwhile, Brad contemplates stopping his saxophone lessons since he isn't interested in playing it anymore.
6314"Dream On"Andy CadiffPaul WolffJanuary 12, 1994 (1994-01-12)A36240.9[63]
Al doesn't want to come to dinner with the Taylors after Ilene has a dream about Tim riding on a golden stallion in tight bicycle shorts, and after Tim reveals the dream to everyone at the dinner, Ilene dumps Al for betraying her, causing friction between Al and Tim.
6415"Reel Men"Peter FilsingerRon BloombergJanuary 26, 1994 (1994-01-26)A36343.8[64]
When Jill is having Ilene and Marie over, Tim goes ice fishing with Al to get out of the house, and problems ensue when they can't catch fish, so they try various ways to catch it. Gilligan's Island is mentioned.
6516"The Colonel"Andy CadiffRosalind Moore & Howard J. MorrisFebruary 9, 1994 (1994-02-09)A36541.0[65]
Jill feels bad when her father, the army colonel, asks her opinion on his boring book. Meanwhile, Tim builds a hockey puck shooter when Randy becomes a goalie.
6617"Room for Change"Andy CadiffJon VandergriffMarch 2, 1994 (1994-03-02)A36730.4[66]
Tim has Mark move into Randy's room when Randy bothers Brad on the phone constantly, which Randy dislikes and tries to scare Mark away.
6718"The Eve of Construction"Andy CadiffRosalind Moore & Howard J. Morris
and Elliot Shoenman & Marley Sims
March 9, 1994 (1994-03-09)A36644.0[67]
Jill joins Al's team for Habitat for Humanity because Tim thinks married couples shouldn't work together. Tim tries to beat Jill's team with an all star athlete construction team directed by himself. Meanwhile, Brad finds a locket and gives it to Ashley, but finds out it was Marie's.
6819"Too Many Cooks"Andy CadiffBob Bendetson & Bruce FerberMarch 16, 1994 (1994-03-16)A36438.9[68]
The Tool Time set has turned into a Cooking with Irma kitchen, when Tim and Al fashion themselves as chefs. Meanwhile, Tim has a hard time being the center of attention, but when Jill shows him that he can assist her, he decides to continue to help Al. Randy finds it hard to talk to a girl in his class named Beth (Anndi McAfee).
6920"It Was the Best of Tims, It Was the Worst of Tims"Andy CadiffRosalind Moore & Howard J. MorrisMarch 30, 1994 (1994-03-30)A36839.9[69]
After Tim charms all the women at a baby shower, Jill wants a romantic evening with him, but Tim takes the boys to a Demolition Derby, from which he comes back and ruins Jill's mood.
7021"Fifth Anniversary"Andy CadiffHoward Bendetson & Art EverettApril 6, 1994 (1994-04-06)A36937.7[70]
After destroying his budget for 6 months on the Man's Kitchen, Tim struggles to find a good idea for his anniversary show. Jill tries to get guests for a no dinner dinner fundraiser, but finds it particularly difficult.
7122"Swing Time"Andy CadiffB. K. TaylorMay 4, 1994 (1994-05-04)A37134.4[71]
Tim and the boys plan on getting Jill a hot tub for Mother's Day and getting rid of the swing set so they can install the hot tub in their yard. But they find the swing set meant more to Jill than they thought and she wants a herb garden instead of a hot tub. Tim faces off with the new head of K&B Construction, a female named Les (Victoria Principal).
7223"What You See is What You Get"Andy CadiffTim Allen & Diane FordMay 11, 1994 (1994-05-11)A37026.3[72]
After researching cosmetic surgery on the computer, Jill finds that Tim wants her to have cosmetic surgery. Meanwhile, Mark beats Brad and Randy in a video game and chess.
7324"Reality Bytes"Peter FilsingerMatthew Miller & Barrie NedlerMay 18, 1994 (1994-05-18)A37224.7[73]
Randy, pretending to be thirty-two years old, meets a woman on a singles message board on the computer, and she comes by for a visit. Meanwhile, Tim tries to help Mark with his science project: a solar system. The Crew of the Space Shuttle mission STS-61 appears on Tool Time as guests.
7425"The Great Race II"Andy CadiffJon VandergriffMay 25, 1994 (1994-05-25)A37325.6[74]
After Bob Vila raises more money than Tim for Jill's library fundraiser, Tim challenges him to a race... in his unfinished hot rod against Bob's 1934 Roadster.

Season 4 (1994–95)

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751"Back in the Saddle Shoes Again"Andy CadiffBruce FerberSeptember 20, 1994 (1994-09-20)A50136.1[75]
Jill is laid off from her job, and has plans of going back to college to get her Master's Degree in psychology. Tim is doubtful of Jill's idea, and she doesn't appreciate what he's saying to her. In the end, Tim has a conversation with Wilson, and things change right around.
762"Don't Tell Momma"Andy CadiffRosalind Moore & Howard J. MorrisSeptember 27, 1994 (1994-09-27)A50435.0[76]
Tim finds a scratch on Jill's vintage Chevrolet Nomad, which he gave as a present to Jill, and insists that he take it to Eddie's body shop to be fixed, but first he drives it to work on a special Tool Time episode in a construction yard where he drops a three-ton steel beam on the car. He doesn't tell Jill the truth but she sees the car in the body shop when she goes to retrieve a book from it and also finds out that Tim had told Eddie that Jill had caused the damage. Brad and Randy prepare to stop the bus bully (by gluing his butt to one of the seats), but get kicked off the bus as a side effect.
773"Death Begins at Forty"Andy CadiffBob BendetsonOctober 4, 1994 (1994-10-04)A50333.5[77]
Tim begins to become concerned about his health when his 40th birthday nears, and Harry, the owner of Harry's Hardware, has a heart attack. Tim cancels his birthday plans, but after receiving advice from a heart-attack survivor and a medical report, he moves on. Tim and Al shrink down to view a car engine.
784"The Eyes Don't Have It"Andy CadiffJon VandergriffOctober 11, 1994 (1994-10-11)A50534.2[78]
Mark has recently been having trouble at school, and after a meeting with his teacher, Jill believes it's because they're neglecting him, but it's really because Mark is having eye problems and will need glasses. This worries Mark that he's going to be teased, but Tim and Jill help him get through it, and Randy and Brad agree to stand up for him at school.
795"He Ain't Heavy, He's Just Irresponsible"Andy CadiffElliot Shoenman & Marley SimsOctober 18, 1994 (1994-10-18)A50233.2[79]
Tim installs a central vacuum system; Tim's brother Marty comes over to tell Tim that he's leaving his wife Nancy and kids, but Tim's advice turns Marty against him. Meanwhile, Tim creates a hole in the floor installing the vacuum system, and Jill has trouble working on her psychology report.
806"Borland Ambition"Andy CadiffBob Bendetson & Bruce FerberOctober 25, 1994 (1994-10-25)A50637.0[80]
Harry offers to sell Tim 20 percent of his hardware store (that Harry's brother is selling). Jill doesn't let Tim buy it, so Al decides to purchase it. When Al becomes obsessed with the store, this drives everyone crazy, even Ilene when he skips a date with her, and Tim decides to confront him about it. Brad and Randy try to beat Mark, as Al, in a Halloween costume contest, but Mark wins because Al's mom was the head judge.
817"Let's Go to the Videotape"Andy CadiffHoward J. MorrisNovember 8, 1994 (1994-11-08)A50729.6[81]
After taping Jill's speech, Tim accidentally leaves the record button on when he critiques her speech in front of the guys at Harry's Hardware Store. After Jill sees the video, Tim reads some of her psychology books and tapes a fake conversation with his buddies, complimenting Jill. Mark tries to "be a person".
828"Quibbling Siblings"Andy CadiffPaul WolffNovember 15, 1994 (1994-11-15)A50831.2[82]
Al's favorite Bingo caller dies, so Tim has to replace Al's place on the show for a day, with somebody else. Brad volunteers for the position, and Tim allows him to do it. Randy isn't so pleased about it though and shows some signs of jealousy.
839"My Dinner with Wilson"Andy CadiffElliot Shoenman & Marley SimsNovember 22, 1994 (1994-11-22)A51031.1[83]
At Thanksgiving dinner with the Taylors, Wilson announces he is moving to Ecuador, but Tim gives him advice in the hopes Wilson will decide to stay. It turns out this is a crisis Wilson is dealing with after his wife died 15 years ago. Tim is able to help Wilson using words from Mario Andretti. Meanwhile, there is a dead rat in the Taylors' wall.
8410"Ye Olde Shoppe Teacher"Andy CadiffHoward J. MorrisNovember 29, 1994 (1994-11-29)A50932.0[84]
Mr. Leonard, Tim's high school shop teacher, comes to visit, but gets angry and leaves after Tim telling Mr. Leonard what he can and can't do on an episode of Tool Time.
8511"Some Like It Hot Rod"Andy CadiffNeil Kramer & Ned TeitelbaumDecember 6, 1994 (1994-12-06)A51136.4[85]
Tim discovers he can get his hot rod into a major car magazine, but Jill's obsession with Mark's Christmas pageant leads her to put Tim's hot rod into a major snowstorm and Tim has less than a day to dry his car before the picture.
8612"'Twas the Night Before Chaos"Andy CadiffRosalind MooreDecember 13, 1994 (1994-12-13)A51335.6[86]
Marty and his wife and kids, and Jill's parents come to visit. Jill learns her parents are having marital problems and tries to patch things up, only making them worse. Wilson suggests that Tim talks with Jill's father as a third party, to patch things up.
8713"The Route of All Evil"Andy CadiffLloyd GarverJanuary 3, 1995 (1995-01-03)A51233.7[87]
Brad takes on the responsibility of a paper route but doesn't have enough time on his hands for both the route and his homework, but he doesn't want to quit, because he would upset his dad. Brad pays Mark and Randy to do his extra chores, which leads to some compromise with Tim and Jill. Marie helps Jill make dinner while Jill has exams, which the rest of the family enjoys.
8814"Brother, Can You Spare a Hot Rod?"Andy CadiffJon VandergriffJanuary 10, 1995 (1995-01-10)A51434.6[88]
Tim decides to sell his hot rod to Doug O'Brien (Bruce McGill), a pizza entrepreneur, which upsets Brad because of how much time he and Tim had worked on it. Meanwhile, Jill takes Randy shopping for clothes and he is afraid that Jill will embarrass him in front of Beth.
8915"Super Bowl Fever"Andy CadiffRosalind Moore & Howard J. MorrisJanuary 31, 1995 (1995-01-31)A51732.7[89]
Tim has a Super Bowl party for his friends while Jill is sick with the flu.
9016"Bachelor of the Year"Peter FilsingerRosalind MooreFebruary 7, 1995 (1995-02-07)A51532.9[90]
When Al is published as one of Detroit's "Most Eligible Bachelors" in a magazine, women begin flocking all over him and he starts to ignore Ilene. Mark has to write a report on the most interesting person he knows, and he writes it on Wilson instead of Tim.
9117"It's My Party"Andy CadiffThad MumfordFebruary 14, 1995 (1995-02-14)A51630.9[91]
At Randy's party, Tim's overpolished dance floor causes Michelle (Kimberly Cullum), the girl Randy likes, to sprain her ankle.
9218"A House Divided"Andy CadiffBruce Ferber & Lloyd GarverFebruary 21, 1995 (1995-02-21)A51831.4[92]
Benny, Tim's friend, moves into his aunt's house while she's away. But a gas leak causes the house to blow up (partially on Benny's part) and Benny must stay with the Taylors, so Tim and the others must rebuild the house before Benny's aunt gets back.
9319"The Naked Truth"Andy CadiffElliot Shoenman & Marley SimsFebruary 28, 1995 (1995-02-28)A52033.9[93]
When Marty and Nancy (Jensen Daggett) are staying with the Taylors, Tim walks in on Nancy in the shower, thinking she is Jill. Meanwhile, Randy goes to a Bar Mitzvah and must come home after he splits his pants.
9420"Talk to Me"Andy CadiffCarmen Finestra & David McFadzean & Matt WilliamsMarch 14, 1995 (1995-03-14)A51932.9[94]
Tim insults Jill on Tool Time, ruins dinner, and drops her ring down the furnace.
9521"No, No, Godot"Andy CadiffBob BendetsonMarch 21, 1995 (1995-03-21)A52131.7[95]
Tim and Al scalp tickets to a Red Wings game before heading to the theater with Jill and Ilene, but they get arrested, and Jill and Ilene come to bail them out. Meanwhile, Mark papier-mâché's Wilson's face for a school project when Wilson watches the kids while Tim and Jill are gone, and Brad and Randy try to sneak out for a party.
9622"Tool Time After Dark: Parts 1 & 2"Andy CadiffElliot Shoenman & Marley SimsApril 11, 1995 (1995-04-11)A52533.6[96]
Despite Jill's advice, Tim stays up all night watching Tool Time tapes because of his upset stomach from eating too much Polish food.
9824"Sisters and Brothers"Andy CadiffRosalind MooreMay 2, 1995 (1995-05-02)A52429.0[97]
Jill's sister, Carrie (Tudi Roche), observes the family while on break. Tim's brother Marty's moving plans are halted by a slippery floor. Cal, Al's brother, reveals a childhood secret.
9925"A Marked Man"Peter FilsingerJon VandergriffMay 9, 1995 (1995-05-09)A52327.8[98]
Al tells Tim and Jill that one of their boys may have stolen a pocket knife. They don't believe their boys would steal, but they find the knife in Mark's pocket in the laundry.
10026"Wilson's Girlfriend"Andy CadiffHoward J. MorrisMay 23, 1995 (1995-05-23)A52231.4[99]
Jill hooks Wilson up for his first date (with her psychology professor) in twenty years and Tim gives him advice. Brad gets a horrendous pimple, which he uses make-up to cover.

Season 5 (1995–96)

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1011"A Taylor Runs Through It"Andy CadiffBruce Ferber & Lloyd GarverSeptember 19, 1995 (1995-09-19)A52832.1[100]
At Jill's cousin's wedding, Tim tries to squeeze in sports for him and the boys. After Jill gets tired of writing her speech for the wedding, she decides to go water skiing with the boys and gets injured.
1022"The First Temptation of Tim"Andy CadiffHoward J. MorrisSeptember 26, 1995 (1995-09-26)A52731.0[101]
After Bud Harper, the new owner of Binford, fires Wes, Tim fears Tool Time is in jeopardy, and Bud wants to only fire Al to improve the show's ratings. Brad keeps getting detention.
1033"Her Cheatin' Mind"Andy CadiffRuth BennettOctober 3, 1995 (1995-10-03)A53125.1[102]
After Tim feels threatened by one of Jill's classmates, Chris, he joins her book club who is reading Madame Bovary and later The Fountainhead. Tim thinks that Chris is Jill's soul mate until she says that Tim is her soul mate.
1044"Jill's Surprise Party"Andy CadiffElliot Shoenman & Marley SimsOctober 17, 1995 (1995-10-17)A52928.0[103]
While Tim has everyone at the house for Jill's surprise party 40th birthday (in which it is her 39th), she is off looking for her childhood piano which her cousin has. Bud makes Al try a makeover, which causes him to experience "flannel withdrawal." It turns out Jill plays piano really bad.
1055"Advise and Repent"Andy CadiffRosalind MooreOctober 24, 1995 (1995-10-24)A53226.4[104]
When Jill gets an A on her psychology paper, she starts giving psychiatric advice, which causes Randy's girlfriend Michelle's parents to have marital problems. Tim accidentally drops Al's pet turtle Scooter in concrete and they go to the vet where Michelle's mom works.
1066"Let Them Eat Cake"Andy CadiffJon VandergriffOctober 31, 1995 (1995-10-31)A53024.9[105]
Brad throws a Halloween party for his new friends at school while Mark is sick. Meanwhile, Tim, Jill, Al, Heidi, and Ilene go to an awards show, hoping to win one for Tool Time, but it seems that the only winner will be Cooking with Irma, which has won every other award, until Tool Time wins for the best show.
1077"The Look"Andy CadiffElliot Shoenman & Marley SimsNovember 7, 1995 (1995-11-07)A53326.0[106]
Tim gets "the look" from Jill, after spending $4,000 on Pistons season tickets from Bud. Tim admits to Wilson he was intimidated by "the look", and after getting advice, sells some of the tickets to friends.
1088"Room Without a View"Andy CadiffJon VandergriffNovember 14, 1995 (1995-11-14)A53426.6[107]
Tim turns the basement into Randy's new room so that Randy doesn't have to share a room with Mark. Yet, Randy is scared of the room and doesn't want to admit that he is.
1099"Chicago Hope"Andy CadiffTeresa O'NeillNovember 21, 1995 (1995-11-21)A53625.4[108]
Jill plans on having a romantic evening at an authentic Japanese hotel with Tim when they go to Chicago, but Tim's business meeting takes all day, and Tim, Bud, Wilson, and the Chicago agent are all around the hotel.
11010"Doctor in the House"Andy CadiffBruce Ferber & Lloyd GarverNovember 28, 1995 (1995-11-28)A53527.3[109]
Jill, Wilson, and Al are jealous when Tim gets an honorary Ph.D., but Tim later finds out that he got the Ph.D. because the college was going to use him, since he had a TV show, to receive additional funding.
11111"That's My Momma"Andy CadiffRosalind Moore & Howard J. MorrisDecember 5, 1995 (1995-12-05)A53724.8[110]
When Tim's mother returns, she begins dating Mr. Leonard, Tim's old shop teacher, and doesn't want to spend time with Tim.
11212"'Twas the Flight Before Christmas"Andy CadiffJon VandergriffDecember 12, 1995 (1995-12-12)A53824.5[111]
On Christmas Eve, Tim and Al get stuck at the tiny Alpena, MI airport on the way to Binford's winter festival. Ilene makes Al choose between her and his mother. The boys take on Doc Johnson in the Christmas Lighting Contest in Tim's absence.
11313"Oh, Brother"Andy CadiffRuth BennettJanuary 9, 1996 (1996-01-09)A53928.0[112]
When Tim hires Marty (who lost his job) to rebuild the Tool Time set, it puts their relationship on the line because Tim complains about Marty's work performance. Meanwhile, Brad gets a new girlfriend: a new girl in the neighborhood, who is also a motor-mouth.
11414"High School Confidential"Andy CadiffBruce Ferber & Lloyd GarverJanuary 16, 1996 (1996-01-16)A54024.6[113]
When Tim and Jill find out Randy is getting detention because of lack of work, they agree to put him in high school science and math, which makes the newly better-grades Brad jealous. Tim designs the man's bedroom.
11515"Tanks for the Memories"Andy CadiffBruce Ferber & Lloyd GarverJanuary 30, 1996 (1996-01-30)A39223.8[114]
On a visit to a military base, Tim and Jill compete against each other driving tanks, and Jill wins; however, Tim doesn't congratulate her because he thinks she humiliated him. The boys suffer at Al's for a weekend, until they see the Tool Time game he invented.
11616"The Vasectomy One"Andy CadiffRosalind Moore & Howard J. MorrisFebruary 6, 1996 (1996-02-06)A54125.7[115]
Jill wants Tim to get a vasectomy when they agree their family is complete. Tim gets mocked by the guys at the hardware store, which makes him more reluctant to go ahead with the operation, until Harry secretly tells Tim he had one himself, which rebuilds Tim's confidence. Meanwhile, Randy is voted "best butt" by the girls at school, but learns it was just a prank, while Brad is shocked he learns he lost "best eyebrows" to a unibrow.
11717"Fear of Flying"Andy CadiffMax EisenbergFebruary 13, 1996 (1996-02-13)A54222.3[116]
Mark wants to take flying lessons, but Jill does not let him. Jill takes piano lessons, but is not making progress at all. Meanwhile, Tim and Al ruin Bud's car.
11818"When Harry Kept Delores"Andy CadiffJon VandergriffFebruary 20, 1996 (1996-02-20)A54325.8[117]
On Tool Time, Tim and Al introduce country music singer Alan Jackson. Meanwhile, Delores, Harry's wife, comes to Harry's Hardware and Tim's marital advice causes them to split up, and he must bring them back together, at a temporary cost of his personality.
11919"Eye on Tim"Peter BonerzBruce Ferber & Lloyd GarverFebruary 27, 1996 (1996-02-27)A54525.1[118]
When a TV report is done on Tool Time, Jill gets angry when the attractive reporter makes advances on Tim. Jill comes down with a fever, and soon gets crazy after drinking Wilson's liquor remedy.
12020"The Bud Bowl"Andy CadiffRuth BennettMarch 5, 1996 (1996-03-05)A54425.1[119]
When Tim and Jill go bowling with Bud and his wife, Tim tells Jill to lose because he's afraid his career will be ruined (he will be sent to Pakistan) if they beat Bud and his wife. Meanwhile, Angela, Brad's girlfriend, sets her sister up with Randy.
12121"Engine and a Haircut, Two Fights"Andrew TsaoJon VandergriffMarch 12, 1996 (1996-03-12)A54627.0[120]
Tim and Brad get into a fight over Brad's new haircut and the hot rod engine. Meanwhile, Randy doesn't want Jill to help him rehearse for an audition to play Romeo in a school play of Romeo & Juliet.
12222"The Longest Day"Andy CadiffElliot Shoenman & Marley SimsApril 2, 1996 (1996-04-02)A54738.0[121]
After a medical checkup, the family fears Randy may have serious thyroid cancer.
12323"Mr. Wilson's Opus"Richard ComptonBruce FerberApril 30, 1996 (1996-04-30)A54919.8[122]
Wilson becomes the director of Randy's school play when his drama teacher goes into labor, but takes the fun out of it for everyone and makes them do random exercises. When Tim later shows him the aluminum set he built, Wilson doesn't like it and orders him to rebuild a new one, and Tim soon quits. Jill's parenting advice turns against her.
12424"Shopping Around"Andy CadiffRosalind Moore & Howard J. MorrisMay 7, 1996 (1996-05-07)A54821.0[123]
Tim accidentally shoots Art Leonard, his old shop teacher, with a nail gun on Tool Time. Later, Tim and Jill see Art, who's dating Tim's mother, at a restaurant with another woman.
12525"Alarmed by Burglars"Geoffrey NelsonCharlie HauckMay 14, 1996 (1996-05-14)A55022.9[124]
When Wilson is burglarized and gets some obscure artifacts stolen, Tim surprisingly gets a simple security system. However, Jill, paranoid over what happened to Wilson, begs Tim to get the biggest security system he can find, but the overcomplicated system causes chaos in the house and in the neighborhood. Brad gets the opportunity to cheat on an important exam, but trips the alarm sneaking downstairs.
12626"Games, Flames and Automobiles"Peter FilsingerJennifer CelottaMay 21, 1996 (1996-05-21)A55122.7[125]
While Tool Time is on vacation, Al plans to market his Tool Time board game, puts his life savings on the line, and plans to propose to Ilene on the upcoming Saturday. But, Tim, Jill, and Mark discover a malfunction that causes a fire due to a wiring defect, which Al didn't know about. When it turns out the person that built the games is in jail, Tim, Jill, Cal, Wilson, Heidi, and Ilene repair all the games and Al proposes to Ilene.

Season 6 (1996–97)

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1271"At Sea"Andrew TsaoBruce Ferber & Lloyd GarverSeptember 17, 1996 (1996-09-17)A55328.38[126]
Jill finds Brad making out with his girlfriend in his room. When Jill asks Tim to have a man-to-man talk with Brad, Tim is a little reluctant to do it. Not because he doesn't feel Brad needs it, but because it's something he's never done before with a kid. Tool Time goes to sea in another on-location shoot, with Tim, Al and Heidi boarding the USS Constellation aircraft carrier as part of their salute to engines.
1282"Future Shock"Peter BonerzElliot Shoenman & Marley SimsSeptember 24, 1996 (1996-09-24)A55424.82[127]
Tim and Jill dream about their future lives with Tim's overpowering and controlling routine. In Jill's dream, Tim and his routine completely take over Jill and ruin her life, which makes her upset. In Tim's dream, he realizes his strict and obsessive routine leads to some horrible consequences for Tim's side: Al and Heidi quit, Wilson runs out of advice, and Jill dies under a coffee table.
1293"Workshop 'Til You Drop"Andrew TsaoCharlie HauckOctober 1, 1996 (1996-10-01)A55226.73[128]
When Bud gets divorced, Tim and Jill go to a couple's therapy workshop to prevent Bud's fate from coming to them. Jill gets angered when the rest of the group, including the other women, agree with Tim that Jill is too critical and too demanding until she found that he's right.
1304"Burnin' Love"Geoffrey NelsonJon VandergriffOctober 8, 1996 (1996-10-08)A55528.26[129]
Tim tells Randy to go for Lauren, who likes cars, but he finds out she is dating Jason, Brad's friend. Jill attempts to prove to her psychology colleagues she can cook for an important dinner.
1315"Al's Video"Andrew TsaoRuth BennettOctober 15, 1996 (1996-10-15)A55723.86[130]
When Al is the producer of a video, he selects Tim to direct, until Tim gets too bossy. Jill gets a new laptop computer.
1326"Whose Car is It Anyway?"Andrew TsaoAdam EnglandOctober 22, 1996 (1996-10-22)A55822.02[131]
Jill buys a foreign sports car Austin-Healey with money from an inheritance and forbids Tim to drive it, but when, of course, does Tim listen to Jill?
1337"I Was a Teenage Taylor"Geoffrey NelsonEric HorstedOctober 29, 1996 (1996-10-29)A55629.53[132]
It's a battle of Halloween pranks. First, Tim scares Al, then Brad and Randy scare Jill, then a strange man shows up at the door asking to see the basement. Jill, Tim and Wilson tell Brad and Randy that years ago a man named Clifford Warren was accused of killing his brother, but because of his mental problems he was put in an insane hospital. Little do the boys know that it's a Halloween prank. Unfortunately, Al blows the secret and they invite him to help them pull a prank of their own, but Al blows that one too. Tim, Jill and Mark end up scaring Brad and Randy in the attic, and Al and Wilson pull a prank of their own on the Taylors.
1348"Jill and Her Sisters"Andrew TsaoLaurie GelmanNovember 12, 1996 (1996-11-12)A55923.42[133]
Jill's wild sisters Linda, Carrie, and Tracie visit to plan their parents' 50th anniversary party, but they start arguing the minute they arrive, and Jill quickly grows tired of being the mediator. Meanwhile, with three guests in the house, Tim and the boys camp out in the backyard for a few nights.
1359"The Tool Man Delivers"Peter BonerzCharlie HauckNovember 19, 1996 (1996-11-19)A56123.47[134]
Heidi goes into labor while on the way to the Classic Car Man of the Year awards with Tim and Jill and they have to stop at a gas station. Tim and Jill help deliver the baby there while receiving instructions from Wilson on the phone, who is at the Awards with Al.
13610"The Wood, the Bad and the Hungry"Geoffrey NelsonAdam EnglandNovember 26, 1996 (1996-11-26)A56025.34[135]
Benny isn't allowed on the guest list for the Thanksgiving dinner party at the Taylor house, but Tim and Randy spot him at a food shelter, thinking he is having money problems, and invite him as a guest of honor. As it turns out, Benny only eats there because of the free meals.
13711"Workin' Man Blues"Peter BonerzBruce Ferber & Lloyd GarverDecember 10, 1996 (1996-12-10)A56219.50[136]
Brad gets a part-time job at a sporting goods store and work soon becomes his top priority, and skips his PSATs.
13812"No Place Like Home"Peter FilsingerElliot Shoenman & Marley SimsDecember 17, 1996 (1996-12-17)A56321.11[137]
Tim's brothers help move their mother out of the family home, but Tim takes an immediate dislike to the new owners' plans for the place. But Tim's mother tells them to take whatever's important to Tim and his brothers.
13913"The Flirting Game"Peter FilsingerLaurie GelmanJanuary 7, 1997 (1997-01-07)A56423.68[138]
Jill wonders if flirting with a possible boss will get her employed, after Tim buys a case of cleanser from a flirting salesperson.
14014"The Karate Kid Returns"Geoffrey NelsonJon VandergriffJanuary 14, 1997 (1997-01-14)A56523.22[139]
Karate-student Mark successfully intervenes when a senior named Eric Zumbrum attacks Randy at the mall while trying to buy some new shoes after Randy stepped on Eric's new shoes. The next day, the incident is written about in the school paper causing the students to make fun of Randy, which leads to some dispute between Tim and Jill & Randy and Lauren. Wilson's cousins visit, who are The Beach Boys, only to reveal resentment between them and Wilson because the group never used any of Wilson's song ideas.
14115"Totally Tool Time"Peter BonerzJon VandergriffJanuary 28, 1997 (1997-01-28)A56724.64[140]
A tense Tim troubles the Tool Time team when the audience includes two Swedish buyers who are considering the show for the European market. Will Tool Time's "Salute to Men" have the desired result? Tim also builds the Man's Gym.
14216"A Funny Valentine"Peter BonerzCharlie HauckFebruary 11, 1997 (1997-02-11)A56619.31[141]
A singer hints that her relationship with Tim's father was more than casual. Tim forgets where he hid Jill's Valentine's Day gift. Brad and Randy struggle to find gifts for their girlfriends.
14317"Wilson's World"Andrew TsaoJennifer CelottaFebruary 18, 1997 (1997-02-18)A56820.30[142]
After a critic declares performance artist Wilson is out of touch with reality, the Taylors' neighbor decides to be more like Tim. Tim and Al compete in a cooking contest.
14418"Something Old, Someone Blue"John PasquinElliot Shoenman & Marley SimsFebruary 25, 1997 (1997-02-25)A56923.35[143]
Al reveals a secret to Tim and the guys before his wedding to Ilene, that he is not sure if marrying her is right. Jill tries to reassure him by talking about how she had to be dragged to her wedding, which offends Tim. Ilene soon reveals she has the same feelings as Al, putting the wedding in jeopardy.
14519"Communication Breakdown"Geoffrey NelsonEric HorstedMarch 11, 1997 (1997-03-11)A57019.47[144]
The kids are using the phone way too much so Tim convinces Jill to let Harry's son Dennis (David DeLuise) install a second line. When Dennis walks out to take a break, and respond to another call, Tim takes over with the help of Brad and Randy, damaging not only the house, but also Dennis and Harry's relationship. Their fall out causes Tim and Jill to question their own relationship with their sons.
14620"My Son, the Driver"Andrew TsaoLaurie GelmanApril 1, 1997 (1997-04-01)A57121.66[145]
Jill's instincts are correct when she predicts something bad will happen on Brad's first night out with his driver's license - but it's more serious than Brad admits. The Unser family (Al Unser Sr., Al Unser Jr., and Al Unser III) visits Tool Time.
14721"Insult to Injury"Geoffrey NelsonEric HorstedApril 15, 1997 (1997-04-15)A57218.82[146]
Tim dislocates his shoulder on Tool Time, and leaves the hospital in order to make it to his next Tool Time episode to break Bob Vila's record for most appearances on a tool show. Tim is unable to take Mark to an Air Show as a result of his injury, and arranges for one of the Blue Angels to take him instead.
14822"Family Unties"Geoffrey NelsonRuth BennettApril 29, 1997 (1997-04-29)A57319.41[147]
The Taylors go to a hardware show in Cleveland, and Jill looks forward to spending quality time exploring the city with the boys. But they don't seem to be interested in spending time with her, and she realizes how fast they're growing up. Meanwhile, Tim causes several accidents at the hardware show during Tool Time remotes.
14923"The Feminine Mistake"Peter BonerzLaurie GelmanMay 6, 1997 (1997-05-06)A57420.58[148]
Tool Time gets the go-ahead to create a special 3D effects show, featuring in-your-face antics from Tim, Al and Heidi. When Jill discovers that Brad's girlfriend caters to his every need, she insists that Tim sets an example for the boys by acting more like an equal partner.
15024"Taps"Peter BonerzBruce Ferber & Lloyd GarverMay 13, 1997 (1997-05-13)A57521.74[149]
Jill's father dies and she has to deal with the guilt after she faked being sick that weekend so he wouldn't come to visit. Tim has to deal with the various ways the boys deal with the loss, namely Randy's tendency to make jokes about it.
15125"The Kiss and the Kiss Off"Peter BonerzJennifer Celotta & Adam EnglandMay 20, 1997 (1997-05-20)A57622.46[150]
Lisa (Pamela Anderson Lee), the original Tool Time girl who left the show to become a paramedic, returns. Tim, who is as excited as everyone else to see her again, invites Lisa to temporarily resume her part on the show without consulting the current Tool Time girl, Heidi. As a result, Heidi quits until Tim explains what happened. Randy finally gets up the nerve to ask Lauren out on their first official date, and the date fails until Wilson's advice turns it around for the better.

Season 7 (1997–98)

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1521"Quest for Fire"Andrew TsaoBruce Ferber & Lloyd GarverSeptember 23, 1997 (1997-09-23)A60226.06[151]
While Tim tries to give "more power!" to the BBQ concept, Randy meets with Lauren and Brad breaks up with Angela. Mark's changing, but is it for the better? The Taylors vacation at a Lake Michigan resort and Tim is seriously considering quitting Tool Time and moving permanently to this resort, but Jill thinks he's having a mid-life crisis.
1532"Clash of the Taylors"Andrew TsaoJennifer Celotta & Adam EnglandSeptember 30, 1997 (1997-09-30)A60121.47[152]
Randy and Tim face off over Binford's environmental policies when Randy writes an article for his school newspaper, and his interview with Bud leads Randy to cause a Tool Time argument. Jill gets an internship counseling families.
1543"Room at the Top"Geoffrey NelsonElliot Shoenman & Marley SimsOctober 7, 1997 (1997-10-07)A60324.21[153]
The family is driving Jill crazy and she is having a hard time getting any of her studies/work done and decides to let Tim build her a room all of her own... but it's not all smooth sailing as she visits a psychologist as part of her schooling and ends up changing her mind about letting Tim go ahead with the construction.
1554"Pump You Up"Peter BonerzJon VandergriffOctober 14, 1997 (1997-10-14)A60524.81[154]
After Brad gets a soccer scholarship, Tim begins to push him too hard, and the coach kicks Brad off the team. Randy and Lauren want to go out on another date, but they don't particularly want to double date with a couple of friends; Jill saves the day by "offering" to come along on the date. The K&B Construction guys make an appearance on the show, and Mark furthers his rebellion by wearing dark clothes and painting his nails black.
1565"A Night to Dismember"Geoffrey NelsonEric HorstedOctober 28, 1997 (1997-10-28)A60619.19[155]
It's Halloween at the Taylor house. Worried that Mark will spend the night alone with Ronnie, Jill asks Brad and Randy to take them to a party they're going to, but they refuse. Mark tells his parents that he and Ronnie are in a film class, and that they're going to be making a horror film - he then asks the family to be in it, and they accept. When they start filming, Jill and Tim worry that it won't be good because it isn't scary yet. When they find his video, they decide to watch it to see how it's going. They find out that it's about a boy, Clark, who has been ignored by his family, Jim, Lil, Chad and Andy. He sees a mad scientist, Dr. Wilsonstein, to get a potion that will turn them into freaks. He then decides to kill them. This makes Jill worry because she thinks Mark really does feel ignored, and wants to kill them. When they start the next scene, he is about to chop his father's head off, and Mark holds up a real knife. Jill has had enough, and decides that they need to talk.
1576"The Niece"Peter BonerzCharlie HauckNovember 4, 1997 (1997-11-04)A60717.43[156]
Wilson's niece, Willow, comes to visit for his birthday, and decides to stay. Tim becomes impatient because Wilson no longer has time for him.
1587"Jill's Passion"Peter BonerzElliot Shoenman & Marley SimsNovember 11, 1997 (1997-11-11)A60827.91[157]
Tim and Al use Wilson's garage to demonstrate how to make room in a garage on Tool Time. Jill meets a man named Ian (Tom Wopat) at the gym who is as much in love with classical music as she is. That night, she dreams about kissing him. The next day she ends up telling her friend Patty, and after feeling guilty all day, tells Tim about the dream.
1598"Losing My Religion"Andrew TsaoBruce Ferber & Lloyd GarverNovember 18, 1997 (1997-11-18)A60920.86[158]
Tim manages to break a valuable piece of church equipment during Custom Cabinet week on Tool Time. After volunteering at a hospice, Randy begins to question his religion and is shocked when his patient takes a turn for the worse. Dan Aykroyd makes a guest appearance as Father Mike Weber, Aykroyd's character from the fellow ABC sitcom Soul Man.
1609"Thanksgiving"Peter BonerzEric HorstedNovember 25, 1997 (1997-11-25)A61018.87[159]
Tim and the family spend Thanksgiving watching the Detroit Lions play a Thanksgiving game from a luxury box. However, Tim takes a tour and manages to black out the entire Pontiac Silverdome. This leaves Jill and the boys to fend for themselves in the box with a Hollywood producer but are thrilled when Rodney Dangerfield drops in.
16110"The Dating Game"Geoffrey NelsonLaurie GelmanDecember 9, 1997 (1997-12-09)A60419.30[160]
Al finds out that Ilene is engaged and begins hanging around the Taylor house too much. To help him out, Tim takes Al out to a club where they both meet up with some women.
16211"Bright Christmas"Peter BonerzJon VandergriffDecember 16, 1997 (1997-12-16)A61319.25[161]
New rules for the annual Christmas Lighting Contest make Tim work harder to give his display "more power!". Jill is upset when she finds out her mother is dating, so soon after her father's death.
16312"The Old College Try"Albert AlarrJennifer Celotta & Adam EnglandJanuary 6, 1998 (1998-01-06)A61118.21[162]
Tim starts to believe that his old friends are boring after he has the opportunity to teach an auto-shop class at a local college, so he starts hanging out with people from the class... people half his age.
16413"An Older Woman"Peter BonerzCharlie HauckJanuary 20, 1998 (1998-01-20)A61222.86[163]
Brad's getting married... well, maybe not after Tim and Jill get through with him. The Taylor parents try to make Brad realize that he's not ready for the commitment of marriage to Samantha Hayes (Maggie Lawson), a college girl he just recently met at a party, while Mark and Randy poke fun at how much older Brad's girlfriend is.
16514"Tim 'The Landlord' Taylor"Peter FilsingerEric HorstedFebruary 3, 1998 (1998-02-03)A61418.52[164]
Brad and Randy occupy their time arguing over a shirt they both want, while Al becomes a nightmare tenant for Tim and Jill who have rented him a house.
16615"Say Goodnight, Gracie"Andrew TsaoLaurie GelmanFebruary 10, 1998 (1998-02-10)A61516.97[165]
Tim begins to want to have more children after Marty asks him to babysit one of the twins. After some discussions about his vasectomy with Jill, and some words of wisdom from Wilson, he decides that being able to return the twins after playing with them is the best idea. Mark is still wearing black, but with an added touch (of lipstick) for this episode.
16716"What a Drag"Geoffrey NelsonElliot Shoenman & Marley SimsFebruary 24, 1998 (1998-02-24)A61623.64[166]
On Tool Time, Tim and Al show viewers how to prepare for a severe winter storm. When Tim falls through the gazebo he discovers a small bag of marijuana taped to the underside of the swing. Jill and Tim stake out their backyard from Wilson's to catch the culprit... to everyone's surprise, Brad is caught red-handed with the goods. After finding out Brad is using weed, Jill admits she was a pot head after getting drunk at a Led Zeppelin concert and talked to Randy and Mark about Brad's actions and punishment much to Mark's irritation.
16817"Taking Jill for Granite"Peter BonerzLaurie GelmanMarch 3, 1998 (1998-03-03)A61717.55[167]
The Taylors do a kitchen remodel, but a surprise is in store when Tim and Jill find out who the installer is: Ian, the man Jill met at the gym had a dream about in an earlier season seven episode.
16918"Futile Attraction"Peter BonerzDavid MaplesMarch 10, 1998 (1998-03-10)A61819.01[168]
Tim becomes suspicious that Heidi and Al are having a hot affair when he finds out she has separated from her husband; he sets out to find out exactly how much of an affair they are having. On Tool Time, Tim adds a little "more power!" to his golf swing when golf-pro Payne Stewart stops by. Jill catches a cold.
17019"Desperately Seeking Willow"Peter BonerzJennifer FisherMarch 17, 1998 (1998-03-17)A61918.18[169]
When Wilson is out of town, Willow stays over at the Taylors, and Willow doesn't return home from a club one night... Jill fears the worst and sends the whole family out searching for her. It's Saint Patrick's day on Tool Time, and who better to celebrate with than the boys from K&B Construction.
17120"The Write Stuff"Peter BonerzJennifer Celotta & Adam EnglandMarch 31, 1998 (1998-03-31)A62017.67[170]
On Tool Time, Tim manages to throw himself out a window while doing renovation work. Jill tries to get Tim to help prepare for a tax audit. Brad and Randy become rivals when Brad's tabloid article "Hey Yo!" takes the spotlight away from Randy's "Genetic Mutations in the Second Half of the 20th Century".
17221"The Son Also Mooches"Peter FilsingerEric HorstedApril 21, 1998 (1998-04-21)A62215.29[171]
It's Jill's turn to worry about needing glasses as she reaches middle age. Tim worries that his mother is going to lose money on another of his brother Jeff's business schemes: a 'UPS Store' like operation.
17322"Believe It or Not"Geoffrey NelsonJon VandergriffApril 28, 1998 (1998-04-28)A62113.39[172]
On Tool Time, "Men's Convenience Week" features a visit by Grant Hill of the Detroit Pistons. Wilson becomes upset with Tim after he tells everyone about Wilson's encounter with an alien, something Wilson would rather Tim had kept to himself.
17423"Rebel Without Night Driving Privileges"Andrew TsaoJennifer FisherMay 5, 1998 (1998-05-05)A62313.71[173]
Randy feels slighted when his driving privileges differ from those Brad had when he first got his license. On Tool Time, "Judy's Rat" pulls cable through hard to reach spaces, and bites Tim's nose. Afterward "Judy" confesses that she's the real Judy's sister Trudy, and is impersonating her sister in order to meet Al.
17524"Tool-Thousand-One: A Space Odyssey"Peter BonerzBruce Ferber & Lloyd GarverMay 12, 1998 (1998-05-12)A62412.61[174]
Tool Time is revisited by Astronauts Ken Bowersox and Steve Hawley, who announce that a Binford tool will be used on their next shuttle mission. Tim and Al go to Houston to try and win the competition to be the one to use the tool in space. Mark tries to impress a girl by making a dramatic change to his appearance.
17625"From Top to Bottom"Peter FilsingerCharlie HauckMay 19, 1998 (1998-05-19)A62517.45[175]
On Tool Time, Tim is getting ready to pick the final colors for the Hotrod, but this soon leads to a delay in finishing the hot rod. When Jill is asked to appear on a talk show, "Women on Top"... she makes some comments that make Tim look bad.

Season 8 (1998–99)

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1771"Whitewater"Geoffrey NelsonBruce Ferber & Lloyd GarverSeptember 22, 1998 (1998-09-22)A62815.93[176]
Jill's surprise birthday gift of a river-rafting adventure trip with Heidi, Al, and Wilson to Kernville, California goes against Tim's well-thought-out plans to watch a NASCAR race in Indianapolis--with VIP tickets. Meanwhile, Mark and Brad make a hard-to-get-out soda stain on the couch after arguing over Tim's new massage recliner.
1782"Adios"Geoffrey NelsonJon VandergriffSeptember 29, 1998 (1998-09-29)A62716.99[177]
The Taylor family has to say some tough goodbyes to Randy after he is unexpectedly accepted into a yearlong environmental-study program in Costa Rica. Meanwhile, Tool Time holds auditions for a group to write lyrics to the Tool Time theme music.
1793"All in the Family"Geoffrey NelsonElliot Shoenman & Marley SimsOctober 6, 1998 (1998-10-06)A62616.45[178]
Jill's sister and Tim's brother get a little too friendly, which interrupts Tim and Jill's plans to spend some intimate time together.
1804"Taylor Got Game"Geoffrey NelsonJonathan PollackOctober 13, 1998 (1998-10-13)A63014.99[179]
While Brad has worries about his SATs, Wilson's visiting friend, an English soccer-team owner, tells Tim that Brad is good enough to play professionally; Brad seriously considers it.
1815"Al's Fair Lady"Geoffrey NelsonTracy GambleOctober 20, 1998 (1998-10-20)A62914.52[180]
The Tool Time gang take their show on the road in Tim's new community fix-up van. Tim and Jill are introduced to Al's new, very rich girlfriend, and Tim doesn't understand what is so wrong with Al accepting very extravagant gifts from her, such as a car.
1826"Bewitched"Geoffrey NelsonJennifer Celotta & Adam EnglandOctober 27, 1998 (1998-10-27)A63115.29[181]
The Taylors' Halloween-prank tradition continues when Jill springs the ultimate on Tim, feigning the disappearance and death of Wilson.
1837"Not-So-Great Scott"Peter BonerzLaurie GelmanNovember 3, 1998 (1998-11-03)A63214.11[182]
Jill tells Tim that she thinks one of her patients is seeing Heidi's husband Scott (Mark Dobies); Tim accidentally spills this little confidential tidbit to Heidi.
1848"Tim's First Car"Peter BonerzKim Flagg & David MaplesNovember 10, 1998 (1998-11-10)A63315.63[183]
Jill decides to find Tim an exact replica of his first car after it is junked. Mark helps Brad search for colleges by making a video for him to send out to prospective schools.
1859"Mr. Likeable"Peter BonerzAdam EnglandNovember 17, 1998 (1998-11-17)A63413.53[184]
Al gets a starring role in a TV movie with Morgan Fairchild. Tim has trouble convincing everyone he's happy for Al, who beat Tim in the TV popularity ratings for the area. Mark thinks a girl's sobbing on him makes her like him because of Brad's advice.
18610"Thanks, but No Thanks"Peter BonerzJonathan PollackNovember 24, 1998 (1998-11-24)A63515.21[185]
Tim invites his brother Marty and his 6-year-old twin daughters to stay at the Taylors' when he discovers that Marty is staying at the hardware store after separating from his wife.
18711"Home for the Holidays"Peter BonerzJonathan PollackDecember 8, 1998 (1998-12-08)A63616.13[186]
When Randy returns home unexpectedly for Christmas and discovers all the changes that have happened in his absence, he feels unwelcome. Tim discovers that his biggest rival in the annual neighborhood-lighting contest is Al--who gets stuck on the roof with Trudy after winning.
18812"Ploys for Tots"Peter BonerzLaurie GelmanDecember 15, 1998 (1998-12-15)A63713.30[187]
Tim and Jill offer Marty parenting tips when Claire, one of the twins, keeps throwing tantrums to get her own way.
18913"Chop Shop 'Til You Drop"Shawn SheaDavid MaplesJanuary 5, 1999 (1999-01-05)A63818.56[188]
Tim and Jill buy Brad a car, which is done on Tool Time where Al drops boysenberry jelly on the manifold, but when it's stolen and stripped for parts, Tim and Al go undercover to catch the thieves--by finding the berry stain.
19014"Home Alone"Geoffrey NelsonJennifer Celotta & Adam EnglandJanuary 19, 1999 (1999-01-19)A65114.27[189]
Spending a weekend alone to write a book for Binford, Tim is distracted by dreams of fame and fortune.
19115"Knee Deep"Peter FilsingerJonathan PollackFebruary 2, 1999 (1999-02-02)A64115.56[190]
Brad blames Tim for possibly ruining his soccer career when he injures his knee after tripping on rolled-up carpet during a Tool Time shoot at the house. Tim wins Car Guy of the Year at a cheese banquet. The magicians Penn & Teller appear on Tool Time.
19216"Mark's Big Break"Geoffrey NelsonTracy GambleFebruary 9, 1999 (1999-02-09)A63914.81[191]
Tim commissions Mark to film a video to celebrate the hot rod's completion. But when Tim is dissatisfied with the results, Mark directs a dance number starring Tim, Jill, Al, Heidi, Wilson, Sparky, and Eddie the body shop guy, set to "Greased Lightning", a musical number from Grease.
19317"Young at Heart"Geoffrey NelsonBruce Ferber & Lloyd GarverFebruary 16, 1999 (1999-02-16)A64015.76[192]
Tim and Jill's 19th-anniversary plans go awry when Tim is caught on a traffic camera in a compromising position with his new female mechanic, Alex (Jenny McCarthy).
19418"Love's Labor Lost" (Part 1)Peter BonerzElliot Shoenman & Marley SimsFebruary 23, 1999 (1999-02-23)A64219.18[193]
Ski-trip plans are put on hold when Jill needs an emergency hysterectomy, as for several years she had not managed to fit checkups into her busy schedule. Tim helps her face the situation, but becomes frightened when complications arise during surgery.
19519"Love's Labor Lost" (Part 2)Peter BonerzElliot Shoenman & Marley SimsMarch 2, 1999 (1999-03-02)A64321.58[194]
Tim waits for news on Jill's surgery. Jill will be fine, although she had to have her ovaries completely removed, not partially as was first thought. Jill's mother visits to help look after and nurture her, but she starts to blame Tim for everything because of her mood swings.
19620"Neighbors"Patricia RichardsonDrew LevinMarch 16, 1999 (1999-03-16)A64414.37[195]
Tim and Wilson's friendship is tested when Wilson wins $10,000 at a Red Wings game that Tim buys Wilson for his birthday and decides to build an elaborate Victorian greenhouse in his backyard--which blocks the Taylors' view. Mark tries to woo a girl.
19721"A Hardware Habit to Break"Peter BonerzJon VandergriffMarch 30, 1999 (1999-03-30)A64514.11[196]
When Harry announces that he is retiring to Arizona and selling the hardware store, Tim organizes a fundraising party for the store--and ends up buying it himself. But when business dries up, he wonders what he's doing wrong. In the end, Marty and Jeff take the store off his hands, reminding him he has a tool show. Meanwhile, Brad tries to go to Florida for spring break.
19822"Loose Lips and Freudian Slips"Tim AllenKim FlaggMay 4, 1999 (1999-05-04)A64613.06[197]
Jill's thesis is before the committee. During Mark's student-film viewing, Jill's psychology professor sees her criticize him and she is worried that this will affect the thesis committee's decision.
19923"Trouble-a-Bruin"Andrew TsaoTracy Gamble & David MaplesMay 11, 1999 (1999-05-11)A64713.04[198]
Bud mandates that no non-Binford products are to be used on the show and makes major changes that perturb Tim. Brad must decide whether to play soccer earlier than he is scheduled to when he has an opportunity to play for a UCLA soccer coach/scout. Jill, worried for Brad's safety, goes against it.
20024"Dead Weight"Geoffrey NelsonJennifer CelottaMay 18, 1999 (1999-05-18)A64814.59[199]
Tool Time continues to be a "jewel" despite the continued excess presence of the Binford name, and new producer Morgan Wandell tries to give Tim a hard time. Things rapidly turn sad when Al decides to take his mother Alma out to dinner to tell her he's marrying Trudy--and upon hearing the news, Alma has a heart attack and dies.
20125"The Long and Winding Road" (Part 1)Andy CadiffLaurie GelmanMay 18, 1999 (1999-05-18)A64917.18[199]
Tool Time's new producer Morgan stages a Jerry Springer-style fight on the show. When Tim learns Bud left Binford and Morgan refuses to stop degrading the show, Tim quits, followed by Al and Heidi. Jill's psychology professor offers her a great job--in Indiana.
20226"The Long and Winding Road" (Part 2)Jim PraytorCarmen Finestra & Billy RibackMay 25, 1999 (1999-05-25)A65235.53[200]
During the ride to school, Tim and the boys reminisce about some of the good times they've had, with clips from previous shows.
20327"The Long and Winding Road" (Part 3)John PasquinBruce Ferber & Lloyd Garver & Marley SimsMay 25, 1999 (1999-05-25)A65035.53[200]
Tim records his final Tool Time with a host of guests—and a pregnant Heidi, which garners huge ratings. Morgan offers Tim more money and an executive-producer credit to stay with the show, but Tim refuses because of Jill, who is having second thoughts. As the two host Al and Trudy's wedding in their backyard, they discuss their respective opportunities and decide whether they want to stay put.
20428"Backstage Pass"Geoffrey NelsonChris Carlisle & Billy RibackMay 25, 1999 (1999-05-25)A65335.53[200]
A look back at the past 8 years of Home Improvement, with cast interviews, outtakes, scenes for the final taping—and Earl Hindman's entire face.


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