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Jazz/crossover vocal group The Manhattan Transfer appeared as themselves in season 2, an episode entitled “I’m Scheming of a White Christmas”. Magicians Penn and Teller also appeared in one of many episodes of the final season, opening for Tool Time by performing tricks with Tim. A then-unknown Dave Chappelle and Jim Breuer visitor-starred in the Season 4 episode “Talk to Me”. This episode set the stage for the Home Improvement spin-off Buddies, which was Chappelle’s first tv sequence.
Thomas has also appeared on Last Man Standing, and has directed episodes of the series. Seasons 5 and 6 by chance contain some slightly edited episodes, most probably as a result of utilizing syndication prints. And the episode “The Feminine Mistake” from season 6, does not contain the 3D model of the episode as originally aired on ABC, as an alternative using the 2D version as seen in syndication. Outside America, reruns have aired on The Disney Channel, Channel four and ABC1 within the UK. Originally, Home Improvement was aired on Channel 4 and then later the Disney Channel; nevertheless, in 2005, it began broadcasting on ABC1.
The theme music for Home Improvement entitled “Iron John’s Rock”, was composed by Dan Foliart. The theme music is exclusive for its sampling of power device sounds as well as Allen’s grunting which turned his signature. From Season 7 until the tip of the collection, a remixed version of the theme song was used. Richardson was supplied $25 million to do a ninth season; Allen was offered $50 million. The two declined the offer and the collection came to an end in consequence. Lucille Treganowan, mechanic extraordinaire, writer, and star of the cable show “Lucille’s Car Care Clinic”, appeared as herself in episode 4 of season 6, “Burnin’ Love”.
On September 26, 2007, ABC1 ceased transmissions and no official announcement was made as to which channels can be broadcasting ABC1’s previous programming. Although the show stopped airing in the UK as a result of ABC1 ceasing transmission on September 26, 2007, then on July 28, 2008, it restarted from the pilot episode on Virgin 1. However, it was introduced that Virgin 1 would close on January 31, 2011, and no announcement was made regarding its broadcast future in the UK.