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US News cult return: Tim Taylor from "Listen, who hammers there" celebrates sitcom comeback - but only for mini appearance

13:25  05 december  2020
13:25  05 december  2020 Source:   filmstarts.de

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More than ten years after the end of his cult series " Listen, who hammers there ", Tim Allen was able to celebrate another sitcom success with “ Last Man Standing ”. The US broadcaster ABC was about to end after season 6, but was then saved by FOX, where three more seasons were produced. With Season 9, the final finale is now imminent.

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The real highlight comes at the end of the short preview. Here , the family man and sporting goods marketing professional Mike Baxter, played by Tim Allen, meets Tim Taylor - precisely the self-proclaimed do-it-yourselfer who Allen embodied in nine seasons from 1991 to 1999 in “Listen, who's hammering”. He can now play it again in a double role - but only in one episode.

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At the foretaste of his guest appearance, Tim promptly gives one of his characteristic grunts, which Mike only acknowledges with a self-deprecating" kind of annoying ".

When does the "Listen who's hammering" crossover run?

The second episode of the final season “Last Man Standing” , which bears the title “Dual Time” (a reference to Tim Taylor's do-it-yourself program “Tool Time”), comes to the “Listen, who's hammering” crossover Airs on U.S. television January 7, 2021. In this one, Mike's wife Vanessa ( Nancy Travis ) hires a craftsman who looks amazingly similar to her husband.

It is not yet known when the fan service episode will run in Germany. From December 12, 2020, the pay TV broadcaster ProSieben Fun will broadcast the eighth season for the time being.

“Dual Time” will not be the only quasi-revival of “Listen, who's hammering”. For a documentary series, Tim Allen and his then co-star Richard "Al" Karn are reliving the glorious Tool-Time era in 2021:

For the new TV show: "Listen, who hammers there" - the cult duo returns TV back

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