History YMMV / HomeImprovement

7th May '16 11:51:41 AM bobfrank
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** When Tim's brother gets a job offer in Detroit, he mentions how he'd love to take it but he's not sure he'd be able to afford a local house. This line looks very different to modern audiences, particularly those who are aware that Detroit was one of the hardest-hit cities by the property value crash of Great Recession, to the point where some people ended up dumping their homes for around $5000 just so they would get ''anything'' for them, and they still haven't really recovered!
17th Apr '16 2:52:06 PM themisterfree
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* RetroactiveRecognition: Apparently, Marty got so frustrated over his various failed businesses, he became an [[Series/KamenRiderDragonKnight alien named General Xaviax trying to conquer Earth and the "mirror world" of Ventara]].
6th Dec '15 9:51:57 AM FF32
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-->'''[[TwoBestFriendsPlay Pat:]]''' Home Improvement shouldn't've been the show. Tool Time should've been the fucking show.

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-->'''[[TwoBestFriendsPlay -->'''[[WebVideo/TwoBestFriendsPlay Pat:]]''' Home Improvement shouldn't've been the show. Tool Time should've been the fucking show.
3rd Dec '15 10:59:09 AM Scabbard
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* FridgeHorror: When Randy goes upstaris to study with his girlfriend, Tim and Jill reminisce about how their own study sessions used to lead to sex...and a split second later they go check on Randy and the girl over the end credits.

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* FridgeHorror: When Randy goes upstaris upstairs to study with his girlfriend, Tim and Jill reminisce about how their own study sessions used to lead to sex...sex... and a split second later they go check on Randy and the girl over the end credits.
31st Jul '15 10:32:43 PM heretoeditisall
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** The major problems with this game were not that it had little to do with the actual TV series, however- the issue with a lack of a real manual was only the beginning. The game had a few good ideas behind it but it was mostly ruined by confusing and poor level design littered with instant death pits that you couldn't see until you fell in, a poor camera and the fact enemies take a lot of damage to kill. In this game's case, even without the TV license it would still have problems stemming from poor design.
12th Jun '15 12:41:36 PM wyattte
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* TearJerker: [[spoiler:The episode when Jill's dad died.]] Another example is [[spoiler:John Binford's death. Even moreso when Wilson gives Tim a small speech about grieving, to which he ends by saying, "It lets you accept that the person is really... truly... gone." Tim looks over the fence, and finds Wilson has left Tim by himself. After Earl Hindman, Wilson's actor, died in 2003, this scene was just so much worse.]]

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* TearJerker: "Where There's A Will, There's A Way" from season 2. Mark overhears a conversation between Tim and Wilson about Tim's mortality. Stunned, Mark later comes downstairs to ask Tim "Dad, are you gonna die?"
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[[spoiler:The episode when Jill's dad died.]] ]]
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Another example is [[spoiler:John Binford's death. Even moreso when Wilson gives Tim a small speech about grieving, to which he ends by saying, "It lets you accept that the person is really... truly... gone." Tim looks over the fence, and finds Wilson has left Tim by himself. After Earl Hindman, Wilson's actor, died in 2003, this scene was just so much worse.]]
1st May '15 10:57:47 AM redandready45
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* RealitySubtext: The episode involving Brad and pot mirror's Allen's own possession of drugs in his earlier years.
11th Mar '15 8:52:01 PM ZeroWizard
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* EnsembleDarkHorse: Al is this in real-life. See AscendedExtra.

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* EnsembleDarkHorse: EnsembleDarkhorse: Al is this in real-life. See AscendedExtra.
11th Mar '15 8:51:41 PM ZeroWizard
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** Really should also be noted that Brad, despite having none of these tendancies, did see these issues with his brothers (sometimes even Jill, Tim, Wilson and Al!!) [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming and was very protective and loving of them]], even in his JerkAss moments.

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** Really should also be noted that Brad, despite having none of these tendancies, did see these issues with his brothers (sometimes even Jill, Tim, Wilson and Al!!) [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming and was very protective and loving of them]], even in his JerkAss {{Jerkass}} moments.
10th Mar '15 6:44:07 AM AimlessMeadering
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* BrokenAesop: The UnwantedGlassesPlot with Mark is about how he doesn't want to look like a dork and Jill says it'll be okay even if he has glasses. Pretty quickly he changed to contact lenses, so those who don't want glases for fear of looking nerdy got very little out of it before the character is not a dork again.

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* BrokenAesop: The UnwantedGlassesPlot with Mark is about how he doesn't want to look like a dork and Jill says it'll be okay even if he has glasses. Pretty quickly he changed to contact lenses, so those who don't want glases glasses for fear of looking nerdy got very little out of it before the character is not a dork again.again. There's also the issue that Mark gets picked on and called a dork all the time anyway, glasses or no glasses, so even if he'd kept them, it wouldn't really change anything.
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