(Warning, several plot spoilers later on in the review).
"I can't give birth." - Tim "Big Booty Booty" Taylor.
I can't believe that the black guy in this smash American television series is also the actor that plays the Host of Family Feud. This connection between genres is never revealed to the public, and therefore the symbolism of networks is obscured and wilted. The foggy captioning of the next door neighbor's (Wilson) hidden black face proves to be a direct proportion to the communistic views of both JFK and Airbud.
Tim Allen and Tim Steck play the perfect husband and wife couple in this series, and they are perfectly cast as writer Warrent Chafers casts them into a new and unknown episode every week long end OK? The show is currently on it's 28th season, and holds the record for the longest running action series in the world, just barely beating Doctor Who (an England and Londonese smash hit from London or someplace). Sweet Jesus Fisher! There's more to this excellent 6 star review? How about a mini-chimney for your pleasure.
I must admit, my favorite episode was the Christmas episode starring Brian the elf, a skinny Italian mobster who held Tim's family hostage and proceeded to beat and kill everyone in the neighborhood. The episode ended with young Tim waking up in a pool of liquor, while giving birth to thousands of dead wolf spiders.
After playing this video game for a smooth 4 days, I realized that no two episodes were the same, and neither were the antics of Tim and his morbidly obese partner, Allerns. The children also play a detrimental success to the everliving societal marks on this golden mullet populous, the epitome of the ideal human male. The epic score by Danny Elfman brings tears to my eyes as the opening credits roll and the camera pans out to show a battle-hardened Tim standing stark-naked against the European sunset gazing out over the bodies of the brave men who fought and died to end the oppressive reign of the German dictator, Allerns.
In conclusion, I longingly await the conclusive 30th season to this American classic, and reflect upon the great moments that made this show so memorable.
Home Improvement moments of great justice for life OK? - Tim Allen falling face first into the ice hole in that ice hole episode.
- The dramatic death of the black guy in that ice hole episode.
- Tim and Allerns traveling back to the 1920's and sparking the rise of Nazism.
- The entire 20th season (most importantly the BattleStar Galactica crossover).
- Golden Mullet - Proficient drug use in season 17.
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- One of the camera men having a life ending Ulcer, and having it accidentally spliced into the 4th season.
- The dramatic death of Allerns in that ice hole episode.
- The dramatic reincarnation of Allerns.
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