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Air Date: October 11th, 2011

Network: ABC

Series Summary
A man is forced to take on more responsibility with his daughters when his wife returns to work.

Rating: TVPG

Genres: Sitcom


  • Season 6 - Episode 22 : Shadowboxing Mar 31, 2017

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    At The Outdoor Man store, Mandy unintentionally causes a dispute between Chuck and Joe; thinking Vanessa needs to blow off some steam, Kristen and Eve invite her to their kickboxing class.

  • Season 6 - Episode 21 : Bad Heir Day Mar 24, 2017

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    Mike and Vanessa think Mandy and Kyle should move out; Chuck relays some unexpected news about Kyle's absentee mom; Boyd might be embarrassed about being home-schooled.

  • Season 6 - Episode 20 : Heavy Meddle Mar 17, 2017

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    Mike and Vanessa disagree over how Eve should handle the situation when her boyfriend doesn't invite her to a family event; Kristin and Ryan doubt Mandy and Kyle's ability to find clues in an escape room.

  • Season 6 - Episode 19 : House of Tutor Mar 10, 2017

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    Vanessa takes Mike's advice to expand her tutoring business but becomes frustrated when he gets too involved; Kyle works to become a powerful entrepreneur.

  • Season 6 - Episode 18 : Take Me to Church Feb 24, 2017

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    After becoming worried that their daughters don't attend church anymore, Mike and Vanessa take it upon themselves to make church more interesting; Ryan has Kyle as a guest on his podcast, but the two don't expect their wives to hear the conversation.

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  • The only differences between Last Man Standing and the old "Home Improvement" are that Allen's name is Mike this time, his job is working for a sporting goods company as opposed to a hardware manufacturer, and his three kids are teenage daughters. Show More

  • It still carries a decidedly throwback vibe, and the ongoing bluster about the state of manhood in the world feels, at best, two steps behind the times. Show More

  • Allen and Travis, who are both better than you r average comic actor, seem aware that they're trapped in a particular cookie-cutter sitcom hell, forced to laugh their way through stale gags about kids while other new TV comedies explore family life with clever, contemporary touches. [17 Oct 2011, p.39] Show More

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