When i first saw this show i merited it on it's one episode performances, now after watching them in linear through the seasons, it's become a firm favourite to watch on the box.
The Light television comedy follows family man and handyman Tim Taylor (Allen) as he attempts to balance up family affairs with his passion, hobby and job as a host of a DIY show, closly pursued by disasterous and amusing results.
Every episode comes complete with classic working-man oneliners and situations going awry. Whether it be a military operation to get the xmas decorations up or teaching his family life would benefit from additional buttons on the T.V remote control, halarity ensures.
With unmatched dialogue of the battle of the sexes and inviting characters with pitch perfect timing, future sitcoms must feel under pressure to surpass it's comic flare. Its hard to believe that the show has been in our livingrooms for just short of a decade before ending in the May of 99, erecting a milestone in the process.
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