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Home Improvement: Season 4

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Power up for season four of the Emmy(R) Award-winning hit comedy HOME IMPROVEMENT! Tim Allen is back as Tim "The Tool Man" Taylor, a loving husband and father who spends his days as the accident-prone host of the popular television show "Tool Time." The fourth season fires on all cylinders, earning five Emmy(R) Award nominations, including Outstanding Comedy Series and Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series (Patricia Richardson). The laughs are hammered home for all 26 episodes of this hilarious collection. Season Four contains some of the most memorable moments ever as Jill returns to college, Al is named one of Detroit's Most Eligible Bachelors, and Wilson goes on his first date in 20 years! Featuring guest appearances by Dave Chappelle, Michelle Williams, and Lucy Liu, plus new, never-before-seen bloopers, this collection is an absolute must own for any HOME IMPROVEMENT fan.

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In the fourth season of Home Improvement, the Taylor family faces some important milestones. Tim (Tim Allen) turns 40. Jill (Patricia Richardson) is laid off from work and pursues her master's degree. And youngest son Mark (Taran Noah Smith) slowly begins to outgrow precocious middle brother Randy (Jonathan Taylor Thomas). (Oldest sibling Brad, played by Zachery Ty Bryan, remains pretty much the same confident kid he always was.) As for their inner circle, Tim's Tool Time buddy Al (Richard Karn) gets an ego boost when he's named one of Detroit's hottest bachelors, and little seen but often heard neighbor Wilson (Earl Hindman) goes on his first date in two decades. Add Debbe Dunning, who replaces Pamela Anderson as the new Tool Time girl, and you've got the makings of another solid season. When the ABC sitcom aired during the 1994-1995 TV season, it did well enough to place in the Top 5 for the fourth consecutive year. And aside from some pop culture giveaways (Jill's clothes; Randy's use of a floppy disc to backup his computer), the warmth and humor exuded in this 25-episode, 3-disc set hold up remarkably well.

Like Everybody Loves Raymond minus the screeching mother-in-law, Home Improvement is driven by the classic combination of a sensible wife married to a silly man-child husband who thinks about himself first, even when he doesn't intend to. When Jill wants to go back to school so she can become a therapist, Tim isn't supportive. At first it appears he just doesn't want any changes. But he later confesses he's worried she'll lose interest in him if she returns to school. After she reassures him that this would never be the case, he says, "If your dream is to work with nuts, you should go back to the world of macadamia." Look for an appearance from a very young Michelle Williams (Brokeback Mountain, Dawson's Creek), guest starring as Brad's makeup-savvy girlfriend who advises him on how to cover up his pimple. As for Lucy Liu (Charlie's Angels, Ally McBeal), her blink-and-you'll-miss-her spot as a woman interested in Al is little more than a glorified cameo. --Jae-Ha Kim


Special Features

Hysterical Blooper Reel -- Including New, Never-Before-Seen Bloopers!

Product Details

  • Actors: Tim Allen, Patricia Richardson, Richard Karn, Earl Hindman, Jonathan Taylor Thomas
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Buena Vista Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: June 6, 2006
  • Run Time: 598 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (123 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000EYK4H6
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,852 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Home Improvement: Season 4" on IMDb

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By P. Burgos on May 10, 2006
Format: DVD
Season 4 had some big changes in the show.

1.) New Graphics to make the show more homey feeling and was was for 3 seasons.

2.) This season's finale episode launched the show in syndication on Sept. 11, 1995.

Episode Guide.

1.) Back In The Saddle Shoes Again

Jill is laid off and decides to go back to college, causing Tim to become afraid that he will lose Jill to more intelligent men.

2.) Don't Tell Momma

Jill dents the car, so Tim decides to fix it, but he accidentally drops a three-ton beam on it and tries to hide it from Jill. Meanwhile, Brad and Randy are kicked off of the school bus for gluing Vinnie McGurn's, a bully's, butt.

3.) Death Begins At Forty

Tim begins concerned about his health when his 40th birthday nears and Harry, the owner of Harry's Hardware, has a heart attack.

4.) The Eyes Don't Have It

When Tim and Jill find out Mark is having trouble at school, they think it is because they neglect him, but the real reason is that he needs glasses.

5.) He Ain't Heavy, He's Just Irresponsible

Tim's brother Marty comes by to tell him that he's leaving his wife and kids. But Tim's advice turns Marty against him. Meanwhile, Tim creates a hole in the floor and Jill has trouble working on her psychology report.

6.) Borland Ambition

Harry offers to sell Tim 20 percent of his hardware store (that Harry's brother is selling). Jill doesn't let Tim buy it, so Al decides to purchase it. When becomes Al's obsessed with the store, this drives everyone crazy, even Ilene when he skips a date with her, and Tim decides to confront him about it.

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An avid fan of Home Improvement, I had been impatiently anticipating the moment when the fourth season of my favorite sitcom, Home Improvement, would be released.

Call me a weirdo, but I found myself waiting at the Home Entertainment section at Wal-Mart before midnight to get this DVD, and they were stocking it a half hour before, and I grabbed it and attempted to pay for it, but the lady at the register took it and put it up and said I had to wait a half hour. So I waited, impatiently.

I finally got home with it and before I watched it, I looked at the packaging. This time, Tim, Jill, and the kids are featured on the cover, and it looks as though Tim had a mishap and accidentally sawed off part of the DVD cover, because the lower right corner is missing! The inner art is basically the same as the other seasons, with one panel listing the episodes. Disc 1 overlaps 2 again (I hate that!), and Disc 3 gets its own little slot. Jill and the kids are on disc one; Tim, Al, and Heidi are on disc 2; Tim is all by his lonely self on disc three.

The menus are basically the same as season 3, which isn't a bad thing. The theme music plays on the main menu with the options of play all, episode select, special features (disc one), and set up. The submenus, unlike last season's release, also plays on the submenus.

The episodes are all presented correctly in the order of appearance. The two-parter of the season, "Tool Time After Dark," is shown as one 43 minute episode (if you select part one)... if you select part two, you start twenty minutes into the two parter and it lasts about twenty five minutes... and no theme song... this is weird. So your best bet on that episode is to just select part one.
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We LOVE Tim Allen and the Home Improvement series! This disc was shipped to us quick and quality of the picture and sound is great! Bought the whole series for my husband for Christmas. He was pleasantly surprised. Would recommend to any/everyone that loved this show.
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We have collected most seasons of this show, and this dvd set is no disappointment. Video quality is good, as is the content. We loved this show back when it aired, and it is every bit as funny now. If you like comedy, I highly recommend this dvd set.
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I have the first four seasons so far! This is one of the best TV series (comedy) ever made! When they have nothing but garbage and boring real TV on cable these days, you can always pop a DVD into the player and watch this! (Note: instead of "streaming", you actually OWN the DVD and can play it anytime you want, and nobody, not even President Obama and his Nazi SS knows which series you like to watch and how often you watch it!!!)

This is the season where Tim gets his father in law to help him set up the decorations on the roof, by telling him the proctologist is a "Navy" man!
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I love this show! Tim Allen is hilarious, as always. I love how he always throws in references to other things he has been in.
I love that there are only three discs, with about 7-8 episodes on each (less getting up to change the disc). No complaints about the quality.
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Home Improvement was a show that has set the standard for ethical and humorus family style entertainment. This is what Disney should still be doing today! It would be hard to believe that most everyone hasn't seen at least a couple of episodes of this classic commedy. The quality shines through as the bumbling antic's of the show's star, Tim Allen are as funny today as they were 10 years ago. Its good clean FUN! without the boring sexual innuendos and outright disgusting dialog that plague today's "family" TV shows.
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