Tim Taylor and Al Borland Are Back in New ‘Live’ Version of ‘Tool Time’

Tim Taylor and Al Borland Are Back in New ‘Live’ Version of ‘Tool Time’


Tim Allen and Richard Karn have come together once again for a new construction-based series on the History Channel.

It will share some resemblance to “Tool Time,” the fictional show within a show from the ’90s comedy “Home Improvement,” the New York Post reported.

In the original “Tool Time,” Allen played Tim “The Toolman” Taylor, and Karn played Al Borland. The duo were known for their comedic antics that made “Home Improvement” such a success.

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Over two decades after the show ended in 1999, Allen and Karn will now co-host a competition series that Allen said is “kind of a live version of ‘Tool Time.’”

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The show will be called “Assembly Required,” and all 10 episodes have already been filmed. YouTube star April Wilkerson

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