History Headscratchers / HomeImprovement

8th May '16 9:23:16 PM nombretomado
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JustBugsMe for HomeImprovement.

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JustBugsMe for HomeImprovement.''Series/HomeImprovement''.
22nd Oct '15 9:40:40 AM ztyran
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* What I don't get is why does Tim get all the blame in "A House Divided". It was Benny's fault for not telling the Tool Time crew that there were ''two'' gas leaks, and not making sure ''all'' the electronics were unplugged. Tim didn't know these things so he shouldn't have been held responsible.
22nd Jul '15 10:54:57 AM Brandon
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** The episode that features The Beach Boys, Wilson's face appears for a brief second, because one of the Beach Boys moved out of the way unintentionally in one shot.
12th Mar '15 8:45:50 PM Brandon
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*** Something to ponder. The writers may have been trying to go for a "college is more important" moral, but that all falls apart when you remember that Jonathan Taylor Thomas left the series to finish college, and he got criticized for it.
5th Nov '14 2:00:43 PM nlpnt
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** There's probably now an element of SocietyMarchesOn to this as well, the notion that going to college right after high school was the best option when possible was VERY firmly entrenched in the '90s, it's only since the Great Recession that people have started to rethink it.
10th Sep '14 1:12:29 AM shamblingdead
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** RuleOfFunny.
10th Jun '14 8:06:10 PM LaurelHS
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* Tim never remembers to duck when he goes up or down the basement stairs, so he bangs his head on the same pipe every time. Why doesn't he just wrap the pipe in foam rubber or another material that would cushion the blow?
28th May '14 3:27:40 AM MJaxon
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** Don't forget the episode where Tim had to fix Al's board games. Not only is Tim able to instantly identify the problem, he fixes the wiring problem, recruits family and friends to the cause, and he's able to train someone like Jill how to do it without supervision.
20th Apr '14 1:02:23 AM KJMackley
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*** The average athlete isn't paid 10 million a year, and after expenses he might have something of a nice nest egg, but a lot of athletes go bankrupt within 5 years after retiring because of poor money management. Ultimately neither option is universally better than the other, Tim and Jill just wanted Brad to have some education to fall back on.
1st Dec '13 9:27:27 PM maxwellsilver
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*** The most annoying thing about that (to This Troper, anyway) is that they made this '''huge''' deal about how awesome it was for Jill to go back to school. Sorry, but what? You can't have it both ways, Home Improvement!

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*** The most annoying thing about that (to This Troper, me, anyway) is that they made this '''huge''' deal about how awesome it was for Jill to go back to school. Sorry, but what? You can't have it both ways, Home Improvement!
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