Last Man Standing

Season 2 Episode 9

Attractive Architect

9
Aired Friday 8:00 PM Jan 11, 2013 on Freeform
8.3
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Mike tells Bill the architect for Outdoor Man that he might lose his job to a young female.

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  • Richard Karn! But Overall a Bad Episode

    5.0
    This episode really wasn't that good. It was annoying. Richard Karn being in the episode was really good, but practicly the only good part of the episode I have to say. This episode really made me sad.
  • This old boys club - should have been called "Those Were the Days".

    3.0
    Which decade is this, the 1990s with the mini cast reunion from Home Improvement or the 1890s with Susan B. Anthony and the Woman Suffrage fight? Since the new writers are bent on Archie Bunker-ing Mike Baxter on this show we may as well go full bore nostalgic and borrow Archie's theme song for this plot (sing along if you know the tune) ... Didn't need no Welfare states Everybody pulled his weight Gee our old LaSalle ran great Those were the days And you knew who you were then Girls were girls and men were men... (lyrics by Lee Adams) Guess I'll keep watching and playing "spot the recycled storyline" until Pamela Anderson shows up at least - then I'm done!moreless
  • Old Memories

    8.5
    Nice to see Richard Karn back... without flannel ;-)



    Miss the old Home Improvement...

    Will they be bringing the other crew too as guest appearances during the course of the show?

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