Tim Allen Says ‘It Doesn’t Feel Like’ The Final Season of ‘Last Man Standing’

by Will Shepard
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Tim Allen went on The Kelly Clarkson Show to talk about the final season of his show. Allen’s show, “Last Man Standing” is coming to a close after its 9th year.

Allen’s sitcom began back in 2011, and since then it has enjoyed a lot of success. Since 2011, the show has been nominated and been awarded countless awards over the years.

So, on The Kelly Clarkson Show, Tim Allen talks about the many excellent years the show has had. In particular, he talks about the closing season of the show, saying that it feels surreal it’s coming to an end. The first episode of season nine premiered on January 3.

Tim Allen Talks About the Last Season of His Show

During the interview, Clarkson and Allen are in separate places. Allen is standing in his garage, showing off his marvelous collection of luxury and classic cars. To start, the two talk about their experience with cars and Allen’s experience with car racing.

More importantly, though, the two talk about the show and what it has meant to Allen. Moreover, Clarkson asks the superstar actor if he knows whether or not his comedy has helped people during the pandemic.

“Our show is one of, it’s going to be one of the best years. [The network] wants to say that it’s going to be our last year. It doesn’t feel like it. It’s some of the best material we’ve done.”

Allen also talks about how much he missed the audience while shooting the show. As a comedian, he notes that his jokes often feel weird without an immediate reaction. Nonetheless, he and the rest of the cast has persevered.

“However, we miss the live audience on Tuesday nights. It’s rocked us. I mean, we’ve done it for nine years now. I miss the audience, and I’m sure you do. There’s something really important about seeing faces while doing standup.”

After talking about how amazing this season’s show is, Tim Allen says that his sailor’s mouth got him in trouble. During his movie, Santa Claus 2, he actually swore at a child for not behaving while shooting a scene.

Regardless of his incessant profanity, Allen is an unbelievable actor and his show will certainly be missed.

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