His last appearance on Home Improvement was the eighth season Christmas episode “Home for the Holidays”, which aired on December 8, 1998. He didn’t return to the present for the sequence finale, only appearing in archived footage. However, he reportedly earned $200,000 plus executive consulting fees per episode from 1996 to 1998. With a total of 50 episodes airing between 1996 and 1998, Allen would have earned as much as $10 million within that time frame – not a nasty enhance to his internet price.
Tobolowsky auditioned for and gained the role of Al Borland, Tim Taylor’s lengthy-struggling, further-competent Tool Time assistant. He told Splitsider that he had no alternative but to walk away because producers weren’t sure after they have been going to begin taping episodes — it wasn’t but clear if it was going to be a midseason replacement to air in early 1991, or be … Read More