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Season 2 Episode 8

May The Best Man Win

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Aired Unknown Nov 11, 1992 on ABC
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May The Best Man Win
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Maureen Binford, the new producer of Tool Time, tries to change everything and Tim doesn't know how to stand up to her when Al, Jill, and Wilson are all busy.

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      • In the blooper reel for the episode during the end credits, Al is wearing the same cowboy hat as he did in the episode "Heavy Meddle," Tim also briefly put the same hat on in the previous episode, "Roomie For Improvement."

    • QUOTES (6)

      • Jill: What's the matter with you? You're limping.
        Tim: I fell through a roof.
        Jill: What!?
        Tim: Yeah, right through to the sub-floor. Luckily the basement broke my fall.

      • Tim: Maureen, I think I can tell the difference between a safe and an unsafe roof. Al, will you follow me up here?
        Al: I don't think so, Tim.

      • Tim: Al, why have you turned against me all of a sudden? Haven't I always treated you like a brother?
        Al: No.
        Tim: A good friend?
        Al: Good?

      • (Maureen wants to put a breakfast nook in the project house)
        Tim: This is Tool Time. Men don't eat in a nook. You never hear 300-pound construction workers go, "Tony, John, come over to the house. I just made fresh muffins. We'll eat it in the nook!"
        Al: Well, a muffin in a nook would be cozy.
        Tim: Shut up, Al!

      • Tim: Your dad got married?
        Maureen: To Miss Black & Decker. And believe me, I'd like to.

      • Al: At the Halloween party, you dressed up as a toggle switch.
        Maureen: I went for different. I mean, how many years in a row could I show up as a hacksaw?

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