Tool Time. Home Improvement is one of the most successful sit-coms in television history. With countless awards, consistently high viewer ratings, and with over 200 episodes under it's belt, it took the 90's by storm.
My Brother: I may prefer Friends over Home Improvement, but I still really watching Tim and his family. The show has great chemistry between the family, both by the actors and the way characters bounce off each other. I would rate the show around 8.5 out of 10, mainly because some later episodes weren't as funny as some of the earlier ones.
Randy: "What is all this junk for Dad?"
Tim: "Now listen carefully boys - Woman are born without a face, and so they use Woman's stuff to reapply their face every morning"
My One Big Highlight
With over eight seasons of episodes to choose just one highlight, that’s going to be impossible. But what I will say is Wilson is definitely the unsung hero (of the job side, wait, that's not right…) of the show. Being a modest character, he isn't too forthcoming with his appearance (!) and having the right advice, with an interesting quote or two, always knowing what to say.
Elephant In the Room
Even I would admit that the show did loose a little quality when Randy left at the beginning of the eighth season. That last season still managed to have some good moments, but something didn't feel quite right that one of the family members wasn't on the show.