Last Man Standing (2011–2017)
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Last Baby Proof Standing 

Mike is outnumbered by his wife and daughters when they all agree that baby proofing the house is a good idea. But soon Vanessa has second thoughts when she finds herself home by herself ... See full summary »

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Mike is outnumbered by his wife and daughters when they all agree that baby proofing the house is a good idea. But soon Vanessa has second thoughts when she finds herself home by herself babysitting Boyd and can't release the toilet seat's complicated childproof latch. Meanwhile, Mike thinks it's time for Mandy to earn her own money and gets her a job delivering pizzas -- without first consulting Vanessa. Written by ABC Publicity

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11 October 2011 (USA)  »

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The baby-proofing expert makes a comment about the danger of children getting their head stuck in the banister. Neither Mike nor Vanessa mentions Mandy getting her head stuck in their banister, however in Last Man Standing: Mike Advises Mandy both acknowledge Mandy got her head stuck in it multiple times, which would have happened when she was younger. See more »

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The former tool man settles in
14 March 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

After a successful pilot it was time for Tim Allen to settle into his new TV show. With a decent cast, and a good premise it's not hard to see why the network took a gamble on it.

It was still very early days at this point, so most of the episode hangs on Allen's shoulders, both in terms of his character and the actors natural persona.

There is however a decent story being told too, and there's lots of laughs along the way. We're still learning about the characters, but I think it's a case of so far so good.

Welcome back to TV, Mr Allen.


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