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Patricia Richardson Reveals Jonathan Taylor Thomas Prefers Directing Over Acting Return

Patricia Richardson refuted Tim Allen’s claims that the original cast of “Home Improvement” was on board for a reboot, revealing that neither she nor Jonathan Taylor Thomas had been approached about the project. She highlighted the challenges of reuniting the cast, mentioning that Thomas is now focused on directing and writing, Zachery Ty Bryan has legal issues, Taran Noah Smith has left acting, and Earl Hindman (Wilson) passed away, making a true reunion impossible.

Patricia Richardson refutes Tim Allen’s claims that the original cast of “Home Improvement” is on board for a reboot, highlighting that Jonathan Taylor Thomas is not interested in returning to acting as he prefers directing and writing, and pointing out various reasons why reassembling the original cast is not feasible.

Oh, Patricia Richardson has got some tea to spill, folks! And it’s all about the idea of a “Home Improvement” reboot that’s been floating around. You know, that classic ’90s show with Tim “The Toolman” Taylor and his quirky family? Yeah, that one.

So, here’s the scoop: Tim Allen’s been out there, hyping up this potential reboot. But Patricia? She’s not having any of it. On the “Back to the Best” podcast, she threw a bit of shade, saying it’s kinda odd how Tim’s been talking like everyone’s on board. ‘Cause guess what? They haven’t even asked her or Jonathan Taylor Thomas about it. Yup, you heard that right.

And speaking of Jonathan, he’s not exactly itching to jump back into acting. Nope. Directing and writing are more his jam now. Plus, let’s not forget about Zachery Ty Bryan’s legal troubles and Taran Noah Smith, who’s left acting behind. And, oh, the heartbreak – we’ve lost Earl Hindman, the beloved Wilson, back in 2003.

Patricia’s pretty much saying, “Let’s not ruin a good thing.” She believes the show ended on a high note, and trying to recapture that magic 30 years later? Well, it’s a tall order, especially when everyone’s moved on in so many ways.

But hey, it’s not all drama. “Home Improvement” had its moment in the sun, raking in awards and nominations left and right. Patricia herself snagged four Emmy nods for her role as Jill Taylor. And despite the reboot chatter, she did pop up on Tim Allen’s “Last Man Standing” a couple of times, along with Jonathan Taylor Thomas.

So, what’s the verdict? Is nostalgia enough to bring back “Home Improvement,” or is it best left as a fond memory? Only time will tell, but one thing’s for sure: the cast has had quite the journey since those Tool Time days.

Kelly Garcia
Kelly Garcia
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