On Tool Time: Tim has invited an expert to demonstrate how to cut wood using karate. Al believes he can do it too - and he does! Tim's ego can't take this and he tries it too - with predictable results. At home: Brad and Randy won't let Mark play football with them. They say Mark is a geek and a chicken. Tim and Jill agree that Mark should find a way to improve his confidence. Tim suggests karate, Jill gymnastics. Naturally, Mark chooses karate. In karate class, Mark's partner is a bully, and the boy's mother gets into a fight with Jill and Tim. Written by
Toni Tapola, Finland
Did You Know?
The title comes from the child's game of "Hide and Seek" when after the person who is "It" has finished his counting he cries out "Ready or not, here I come!" See more
Wilson begins reciting the state capitals in alphabetical order and then continues over the closing credits. When he gets to the letter S, he gets the order wrong when he puts "Saint Paul" behind Salem, Salt Lake City, Santa Fe, and Springfield. See more
[Tim and Jill are watching Mark at his karate class
Look at that; his fists are clenched so tight, his little knuckles are turning white. Don't you think he should, I don't know, loosen that up a bit?
Oh, yeah, a loose fist will do him any good. That's why, at boxing matches, the ref always says, 'Alright, guys, I want you to come out slapping.'
[changes his voice, swats air
'Take that, you big, mean man! Take that!'