Synopsis by Tracie Cooper
The series finale of Home Improvement brought along with it several defining moments in the life of handyman Tim "The Toolman" Taylor (Michigan native Tim Allen), as well as to those of his family and mysterious neighbor, Wilson Wilson (Earl Hindman). Perhaps most notably, Tim (Allen) bids goodbye to his long-running show, Tool Time, despite a tempting financial offer from Morgan (Danny Zorn), who wants the show to continue. Meanwhile, Jill (Patricia Richardson) must decide whether or not to accept a job in Indiana, and Tim's long-time Tool Time partner, Al (Richard Karn), prepares for his wedding. In a momentous event, Tim and Wilson, whose face has always been hidden by the fence separating their neighboring homes, agree to take down the fence in order to provide more room for Al's wedding. Harry (Blake Clark) and Dolores (Shirley Prestia) make an appearance at the wedding, while Marty (William O'Leary), Benny Jim Labriola, and Jeff (Thom Sharp) take bets on the outcome. Eventually, Jill decides to accept the job offer, and Tim takes on what will be the biggest feat in home improvement of his lifetime when he decides to physically transport the house from Michigan to Indiana. Guest appearances include John "Juke" Logan and Mario Andretti as themselves.