Home Improvement (1991–1999)
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After an acquaintance of hers gets cosmetic surgery to please her husband, Jill gets mad at Tim for suggesting that she could benefit from some improvements. On Tool Time, Tim and Al ... See full summary »

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Mark Taylor
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Randy Taylor
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Brad Taylor
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Al Borland
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Heidi Keppert
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After an acquaintance of hers gets cosmetic surgery to please her husband, Jill gets mad at Tim for suggesting that she could benefit from some improvements. On Tool Time, Tim and Al attempt to refurbish a table. Meanwhile, Brad and Randy challenge Mark to a series of games, with the loser having to do cleanup chores around the house. Written by scgary66

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Comedy | Family

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11 May 1994 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Wilson makes reference to the book "The Naked Ape". The previous episode guest-starred Victoria Principal who starred in a movie called The Naked Ape. See more »

Goofs

In the previous episode Home Improvement: Swing Time, Tim replaces the boys' swing set with a gazebo and hanging love seat swing made out of wood from the swing set itself for Jill's birthday. However, the swing set has returned in this episode. This is a clear case of filming order versus airing order. See more »

Quotes

Jill Taylor: I just interviewed this woman who bought herself a whole new body because her husband left her for a younger woman. They were married 12 years, had four kids.
[shows Tim before-and-after photos]
Tim Taylor: Well, she made a big mistake.
Jill Taylor: I'm glad you feel that way.
Tim Taylor: Had she had this surgery some time ago, she could've saved the marriage.
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