Last Man Standing star Tim Allen took to social media on Wednesday afternoon to share a clip from the show’s upcoming episode.
Allen is a sitcom icon and has spent countless years making us all laugh out loud. He’s done so in The Santa Clause movies, on Home Improvement, and most recently in Last Man Standing. So there’s no doubt that the 67-year-old actor is one of the best funny men in the film industry.
Meanwhile, he isn’t making us laugh on just the big screen. Recently, Tim Allen has been using his social media pages to bring out laughter from his fans. He often takes to Twitter as a tool to engage with his more than 550,000 followers.
And that was the case yet again on Wednesday. In addition to posting an unseen clip from the yet-to-air Last Man Standing episode, Allen, as he so often does, did so in a hilarious fashion.
“Tired of this face yet? Nope, me neither! Tune in tomorrow on @FOXTV,” Allen wrote on Twitter.
It seems as though that most Tim Allen fans are not, in fact, tired of his face. Quite the opposite, actually. The replies to Allen’s tweet were popping off shortly after he made the post.
One fan, Tina Porta (@PortaTina), sent a response of her own to Allen. She says, “Don’t ever want you to end Last Man Standing 🥰🥰🥰😊.” Neither do we, Tina. Neither do we.
Another user, Mijo, says that he will never get tired of Allen’s face either.
“Never!! Looking forward to your next project…and rewatching Last Man Standing over and over.”
The new episode of Last Man Standing will air on Thursday, Feb. 25, at 9:30 p.m./8:30 p.m. Central.
‘Assembly Required’ Kicks Off With Tim Allen and Richard Karn
Speaking of the latest Tim Allen project, the first episode of Assembly Required kicked off last night (Feb. 23).
During each episode of the new competition show, three builders will face off against each other as they work to complete a series of builds. Each of the projects is then judged based on quality, design, and functionality.
The show is hosted by the former Home Improvement stars, Allen and Karn. Meanwhile, because of circumstances surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, contestants will be competing out of their own home workshops. Each episode’s winner will receive $5,000 in cash.
According to the History Channel, “This new series will push each contestant to their limits while testing their ability and ingenuity to not only rebuild it but to build it better.”
Before last night’s premiere, it had been 22 years since Tim and Richard Karn last worked together on a show.