When Vanessa forces a reluctant Mike to attend Grandparents Day at their grandson Boyd's preschool, Mike manages to insult the daycare teacher and Boyd gets kicked out of school. Boyd's mom... See full summary »

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When Vanessa forces a reluctant Mike to attend Grandparents Day at their grandson Boyd's preschool, Mike manages to insult the daycare teacher and Boyd gets kicked out of school. Boyd's mom, Kristin, tells Mike that he now has to look after him, so Mike takes the two-year-old to work with him. Meanwhile, after an elderly looking grandmother at the Grandparents Day event thinks she and Vanessa are the same age, Vanessa goes out of her way to look more youthful -- hoping no one sees her buying clothes from a boutique where her 17-year-old daughter, Mandy, shops. Written by ABC Publicity

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When trying to get out of going to Grandparents Day, Mike references a "canooter valve" which doesnt really exist. It is on fact a lude term referencing a female body part. Tim Allen was known to use this several times on Home Improvement as well. See more »

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Mike Baxter on a learning curve
14 March 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

With many shows that are based around a stand-up comedian the other characters tend to be less developed and merely serve the role of setting the funny man up with the laughs.

This is very much the case in these early episodes of this show. Tim Allen is at his wisecracking best, but the wife and the daughters are just helping him to get the laughs.

I've seen later episodes which prove that in time the other characters develop much more personality but back in series one it is almost as if every other line, or certainly every joke comes from Tim Allen.

It's still a better show than most though, by a long way.


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