Last Man Standing

Season 2 Episode 1

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Aired Friday 8:00 PM Nov 02, 2012 on ABC
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Mandy is voting for the first time, with Mike urging her to vote for Mitt Romney, while Kristin and Ryan urge her to vote for Barack Obama. Vanessa maintains secrecy about how she votes, which she claims she has done throughout her marriage to Mike. Eve, Ed, and Kyle compete in fantasy football, which has ramifications at work for Kyle when he won't make a trade with his boss, Ed.moreless

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  • you, sir are no Carroll O'Connor.

    2.0
    What a stinking mess they made of this show. Just watched the first season on DVR and was pleasantly surprised that I could tolerate Tim Allen's character. I have always enjoyed Nancy Travis also Hector Elizondo as the store owner and his little pal Kyle are good for a few chuckles. Flip to the current season and they have done some kind of character assassination on Mike. He was a likable Hank Hill type made of flesh and now they have tried to turn him into another Archie Bunker but ended up with an idiotic one-dimensional train wreck who makes Homer Simpson look like TVs father of the year. Massive FAIL.moreless
  • Political Nosedive

    3.0
    Wow, after being such a good show last year, this first episode really blew. I do NOT want to turn on a light humor sitcom only to be riled up by politics. Big stinker. This new showrunner has started off running in the wrong direction.

    Also, really sorry to see the odler sister acress go. Don't care for the new girl at all.
  • Too political and not so good change!

    4.0
    There were some great moments of this episode. But overall, just too political! There were some great political jokes! But it wasn't worth all of the "Obama's better!" "Romney's better!" fuss. Also, the character of Kristen has changed, which is good in the sense that the character is growing, but not in between seasons and not when you recast the character! I hope this season gets better as they build on Kristen's new personality.moreless
  • Sometimes change is bad

    2.0
    I liked this show in season 1, it wasn't anything groundbreaking but it was fun. Now, cue mess. What a waste of talent. Changes that did not need to happen and have not improved the show. Series link has been deleted. Such a shame.
  • Stifle it Edith!

    1.0
    Did they have to bring Meathead and Gloria into what was a funny series. I watch programming like this to be mindlessly entertained, I'll get my politics and news from other sources. This episode was just a blatant attempt by Hollywood liberals to use this medium to push their social agenda. If I wanted to be preached at, I'd attend church services



    Has anyone asked why "Milk" wasn't a box office hit? It wasn't entertaining!



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    • Original International Air Dates:
      Canada: November 2, 2012 on Citytv

    • On June 11, 2012, it was announced that Alexandra Krosney (Kristin Baxter) was let go from the show for creative reasons. Krosney will be replaced by Amanda Fuller in season 2.

      On June 19, 2012, it was also announced that twins Luke and Evan Kruntchev, who played the role of Boyd in season 1, would not be returning, they will be replaced by Flynn Morrison in season 2. The character of Boyd will also be age advanced from two-years old to five-years old.

      Jordan Masterson will replace Nick Jonas as Ryan, Boyd's father, in a recurring role in season 2.

    • Tim Doyle replaced Kevin Abbott as the showrunner of the series. Doyle is the third showrunner that the series has had since it premiered.

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