‘Home Improvement’ Actress Says Tim Allen Has Been Lying About Meeting


Actress Patricia Richardson said there is no chance of reviving the hit 90s comedy Home improvement with the original cast, despite what former co-star Tim Allen has been saying.

In the most recent episode of the pop culture podcast Back to the bestRichardson said she was not interested in playing Jill Taylor, Allen’s on-screen wife and mother of three, ever again. Not only that, but apparently she found it really “strange” that he had been suggesting that she would do it.

“It was very strange, I would hear it on Twitter or whatever, I would hear him come out publicly and say things about how ‘everyone was on board’ to make a Home improvement meeting, but he never asked me and he never asked Jonathan (Taylor Thomas),” she said. “He was lying to people and telling them that I was on board and that he didn’t know anything about it.”

In November, Allen he told the messenger who was in conversations with his on-screen children about the possibility of a reunion. “It’s funny, one of the conversations we’ve had recently is how strange it would be if Home improvement It would be about the children’s children,” Allen said. “As if everyone had children and I was a grandfather. Home re-improvement or something. Has emerged”.

Richardson explained that he had never been asked to do a reunion and that if he were, he wouldn’t want to do it because reuniting the cast would be impossible.

“I mean, Zach (Ty Bryan) is a criminal now. Taran (Noah Smith) hasn’t acted since he left the show, he’s no longer an actor. And Jonathan isn’t really interested in acting, he wants to direct and write. And we don’t have Wilson.”

In February, Zachary Ty Bryan, who played Brad on the show, was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence. A few months earlier, Bryan pleaded guilty to felony assault charges after being arrested for alleged domestic violence for a second time.

Any reunion would also be without the character, Wilson. Actor Earl Hindman, who played Taylor’s neighbor on the series, died in 2003.

“People think we can magically go back to who we were 30 years ago and do a show from 30 years ago, and we’ve all changed quite a bit,” he said. “And the spectacle would be very strange.”

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