Episode 49 has Adam and Jordan talking about the final episode of season two, The Great Race. The fellas also talk about the season as a whole and answer some listener questions.
On this week’s show, Adam and Jordan get a ‘lil silly as they work their way through Much Ado About Nana. Topics discussed include: the cancellation of Last Man Standing, Jill acting like a child, and Guardians of the Galaxy: Volume Two.
In one of their longest episodes to date, Adam and Jordan talk dummies and divorce in Love is a Many Splintered Thing. Topics discussed include: the start of baseball season, Adam impersonating Elvis, and the guys take their own compatibility test. Don’t miss this one!
After a week away, Adam and Jordan return with the ever-trippy, Bell Bottom Blues. Topics discussed include: Box city, belt collections, and whether or not Patricia Richardson knows she’s on a TV show.
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In an episode littered with death, Adam and Jordan try their darndest to make light of the 33rd ep of Home Improvement entitled “Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way.”
They also talk about a cool online map, the final Wis-Tim from book two, and skydiving.
Episode 30 of Home Impodcast has the dudes discussing “Haunting of a Taylor House.” They also talk movies, Rider Strong, and what type of candy each cast member would be. Count Dracula also stops in to help Adam with his bit of Wis-Tim.
After a holiday hiatus, the dudes are back to talk the 4th episode of season two: Groin Pains. Topics discussed include: encyclopedias, painful injuries, and New Year’s resolutions.
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Chestnuts roasting on an open fire, Jack Frost nipping at your nose, and Adam and Jordan discussing the Tim Allen holiday hit, “The Santa Clause.” What more could you ask for?
In this elongated ep, the boys talk about the timeless nature of the film, ask some logistical questions, and discuss what they want for Christmas.
Technically speaking, with this episode we encountered some technical difficulties. Nevertheless, episode 26 on “Rites and Wrongs of Passage” is here and we still think you’ll like it. When we’re not talking Tim–we’re getting heavy with topics related to: the Pontiac Silverdome, folder preferences, adolescent punishments, and MONSTER TRUCKS!
For the first episode of the second season, dem’ boys cover “Read My Hips.” They also introduce their new theme song, talk about Jordan’s birthday, and perform a visual analysis on the show’s new opening sequence. This week’s show is sponsored by Stacy Castle. If you want to be dope like Stacy then click here!
In this installment of Home Impodcast, the guys talk about the highs and lows of season one and celebrate making it through the first 24 episodes of Home Improvement. They also discuss season two changes and ways to support the ‘cast.
This week’s episode covers the finale of the first season. In addition to their analysis on “Stereo-typical,” the boys talk about a scholarly Tim Allen blog post, songs that make them cry, the bizarre concept of time on Home Improvement, and a duck statue that Jordan dresses up like Sherlock Holmes.
The fellas also introduce their pledge drive and talk about ways to donate to the show. They have goals and are offering rewards to those who give. Additional information can be found on the web page.
On the 22nd episode of Home Impodcast, Adam and Jordan hedge their bets with Luck Be a Taylor Tonight. They also talk about the weird domestic abuse-ish subplot, Amy Ryan, and Jordan playing a lot of cards.
It’s an episode that cannot and should not be missed.
For the 20th episode of Home Impodcast, Adam and Jordan (eventually) discuss “Birds of a Feather Flock to Taylor.” In addition to that mouth-full, the dudes talk fave films, introduce a new (ish) segment, and have too many asides to count.
Episode 17 of the podcast breaks down the highest rate IMDB episode of season one, “What About Bob?” The guys also discuss Jordan’s love for a show called Kid Nation, Bob Vila’s acting, and Jordan vaguely notes that he used to be mean to this one kid.
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On episode 16 of Home Impodcast, Adam and Jordan discuss the puzzling “Jill’s Birthday.” They ponder whether or not it is acceptable to forget a significant other’s bday, go behind the scenes with an article from Mental Floss, and discuss waist sizes. We also find out what game show they consider to be “hands down” the best.
On episode 15 of Home Impodcast, Adam and Jordan breakdown (what they can of) “Forever Jung.” The fellas also discuss food trucks, a strange Tim Allen-inspired message board, dancing, the occult…and they even get a little sentimental. Also, JENNIFER SUDARKSY IN THE HOUSE!
This week on Home Impodcast, Adam and Jordan discuss the hidden gem that is “For Whom The Belch Tolls.” In the episode — the fellas talk football, friendship, and Christopher McDonald’s stellar performance. Perhaps, one of their better efforts to date, or perhaps not. You be the judge.
Ho-Ho-Home Impodcast is back with the 12th episode of season one, “Yule Better Watch Out.” In this Christmas-infused podcast, your hosts discuss: RAD robot, Jordan’s (infamous) turn as Santa in the school play, message board posts, and they answer some listener mail.
On our eleventh episode, we do our own public speaking while Jill struggles with it, mightily, in “Look Who’s Not Talking.” Also, Tim and Mark dress as women and laughs ensue! Topics include: a poorly written article on teenage hunks, fathers, milkshakes, and Jordan’s insecurities.
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On their “Aluminum Episode” of the podcast, Adam and Jordan look at episode ten of the series, “Reach Out and Touch Someone.” In their discussion, they talk about an unlikeable Tim, sewing your own pants, and struggles in academia. They also may or may not give themselves a hearty congratulations on reaching the 10 episode mark. 192 to go!
Happy hump-day, Home Improvement fans! On this week’s podcast– we dip our feet into the lukewarm bath that is episode nine of the series, entitled “Bubble, Bubble, Toil, and Trouble.” We also discuss the Olympics, a listicle featuring Home Improvement, crown molding, and the Olsen Twins.
On the eighth episode of Home Impodcast, Adam and Jordan put the eighth episode (no coincidence) of the series, “Flying Sauces,” under the microscope and it does not disappoint! Topics discussed include: Tim Allen on Fallon, sibling pranks, bathrobes, and the possible existence of aliens and the extraterrestrial.
Hump day is upon us, which can only mean one thing– a new edition of Home Impodcast. On this week’s show, Adam and Jordan talk “Nothing More Than Feelings,” the seventh episode of the production run. Perhaps the most humorous 22 minutes the series has boasted thus far… or perhaps not.
The two also discuss celebrity circus shows, crying during sporting events, and what pieces of literature they’ve read of late. Entertainment Weekly has called “Nothing More Than Feelings” one of their best episodes to date.
On this week’s installment of Home Impodcast, Adam and Jordan dissect the sixth episode of the production run — Adventures in Fine Dining. They also discuss an archaic/enjoyable Home Improvement fan site, what’s in a name, and their own experiences in fine dining.
Wednesday means another edition of the Home Impodcast. Episode 5 takes an in-depth look at Wild Kingdom, but Adam and Jordan also discuss something they haven’t done in two years and their favorite Tim Allen movies. Plus, Adam introduces a new segment.
In the fourth installment of the Home Impodcast, Adam and Jordan break down episode 4 of Home Improvement including discussions on their own television habits and the enigma that is Rondall. They also continue the deep dive into the show’s introduction sequence.
After an (unearned) break, Adam and Jordan return with a vengeance as they unpack the third episode of the series. In their discussion– they touch on bad sports dialog, the absence of Al, and the validity of magic. Surely, it should not be missed.