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Season 2 Episode 5

Heavy Meddle

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Aired Unknown Oct 14, 1992 on ABC
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Heavy Meddle
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When Tim throws a party to celebrate putting in the hot rod's engine, Jill decides to hook her friend Karen up with one of the guys coming to the party and ends up ruining Tim's day with a barbeque. Meanwhile, the boys have problems with the McGurn brothers.moreless

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  • I laughed until I cried!

    8.4
    This episode is so typical of the Taylor family. Tim is trying to work on his hot rod while his wife is trying to set up a girlfriend with a new man. The gathering of friends both male and female contains both ends of the spectrum, an older couple who bicker all the time, and a young couple expecting their first child. The play between the couples is a riot to watch. If you can\\\'t find something to laugh about in this episode, I feel sorry for you. As I said before, I laughed so hard I had to wipe tears way so I could watch some more!moreless

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    • (Al is heartbroken as Karen leaves with Dave)
      Tim: Another door slammed shut.
      (Al walks off)
      Tim: It was a joke, a joke.
      (Jill comes in, ecstatic)
      Jill: Isn't this great? What did I tell you? Everybody could feel the chemistry between Karen and Dave. I mean, I knew it. I knew that they would perfect...
      (Tim starts waving his hands and motioning to Al being heartbroken)
      Jill:...for each other. (After realizing) But I could be wrong!
      (Tim gestures to Jill being on the nose)
      Jill: I mean, what do I know...about chemistry? I didn't even had a chemistry set when I was a kid. You know and then I...
      (Tim hands Jill some dishes)
      Jill: I'm going to do the dishes now.

    • Wanda: Love hurts. And in Hank's case, it sweats too.

    • Karen: What's at the Cinemark Eighteen?
      Leslie: Eighteen movies with women thinner than me!

    • Karen: I'm fed up. I'm through with men.
      Tim: On behalf of all men, I'd just like to say thank you.

    • Karen: Then he said, "We should think about seeing other people," and we all know what that means.
      Jill: Yeah, it means he already is.

    • (Karen and Jill try to pick a movie)
      Karen: Nothing romantic! The way I'm feeling about men, I want to see something with "chainsaw" in the title.

    • Tim: Where's Al? We need him out here.
      Jill: We're using him as our love toy.

    • Tim: What are you doing with the hose?
      Brad: I thought I'd water the lawn.
      Tim: What did I tell you about water balloons?
      Brad: Fill them up real full so they bust on contact?
      Tim: That's right.

    • Al: I could bring jerky.
      Tim: They say you are what you eat, Al.

    • (After Tim charades "Jill Dead Meat)
      Jill: So I guess you're kind of annoyed that nobody's working on your engine.
      Tim: How would you feel about it? If you planned a wedding shower for three months, the night of the wedding shower, I brought these guys over to watch football?
      Jill: That happened, Tim.
      Tim: And you didn't like it, did ya?

    • Jill: Right now, the guys are telling Bob exactly what it feels like to be pregnant.
      Wanda: Yeah, right! The day one of those he-men goes to the john and shoots a nine-pound ham out his butt, then he can talk.

    • Wanda: When most people see a left turn signal, they assume you're going to turn left.
      Hank: A lane opened to my right, I had to make a decision.
      Wanda: The sidewalk was not the right decision.

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    • Dave: I just rented It Happened One Night.

      It Happened One Night is a 1934 Frank Capra romantic comedy starring Claudette Colbert and Clark Gable.

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