Last Man Standing: Season 5 (2015 - 2016)

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Episodes

1
Air date: Sep 25, 2015
2
Air date: Oct 2, 2015
3
Air date: Oct 9, 2015
4
Air date: Oct 16, 2015
5
Air date: Oct 23, 2015
6
Air date: Oct 30, 2015
7
Air date: Nov 6, 2015
8
Air date: Nov 13, 2015
9
Air date: Nov 20, 2015
10
Air date: Dec 4, 2015
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The fifth season of this sitcom features many changes for the Baxters, including Mike (Tim Allen) building a special office shed for Vanessa (Nancy Travis); and Kristin (Amanda Fuller) and Ryan (Jordan Masterson) purchasing their first house. Meanwhile, Eve (Kaitlyn Dever) takes up music as a hobby, and Mandy (Molly Ephraim) gets engaged to Kyle (Christoph Sanders). However, as much as things change, Mike finds time to make some reconnections with the past, such as when he tries to purchase a classic car from devoted mechanic (Jay Leno) and has a reunion with an old college girlfriend (Reba McEntire), who's now a famous rock climber.

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  • Oct 17, 2018
    A fantastic family driven show that albeit may sway towards Conservative values, it nonetheless bridges any gaps with other belief platforms (and accomplishes this in a funny, witty and intelligent way!).... Its cancellation came as a shock to many including myself, however it is little surprise that its revival came out swinging with the same magic that made it popular with many of us to begin with! Excellent work from the cast and crew!!!
  • Sep 29, 2018
    This show continues to be hilarious. The writing is on point. The have hilarious and stupendous performances especially Tim Allen, Nancy Travis, and Hector Elizondo.
  • Sep 02, 2018
    Love this show. In a time in which there are very few funny comedies, this one leaves us all in stitches. When I see the low critical reviews and see them saying the jokes were not funny, I can't help but think that either they have no sense of humor or they aren't smart enough to get the jokes. Yet they see as funny shows that can be the most offensive in offering political insults without them falling into the personality of the character. The genius about Last Man Standing or All in the Family is that their jokes are so genuine to the characters and not just what appears to be a competition as to who can be the most insulting and offensive to the president just for the sake of being offensive and insulting. They aren't convincing anyone when they do that because their jokes are just mean spirited and only serve to turn off half their audience. I have both conservative and liberal friends that find Last Man Standing very funny because it is not mean spirited, just refreshingly politically incorrect which totally falls into the personality of the chapter. That is why All in the Family was so successful and that is also why this show is so loved.
  • Jan 23, 2018
    Absolute trash. Not funny, not clever, not watchable. Avoid at all costs.
  • Aug 22, 2016
    Who doesn't love Tim Allen? This show is nearly as good as Tool Time and gets better with every season. It's funny and wholesome.
  • Jan 02, 2016
    I guess if you think that The Constitution of the United States is a joke. Or if you feel that Freedom Of Speech or the THE RIGHT to keep and bear arms are stupid, You will probably hate this show. That's because the REAL racists, bigots and homophobes are Liberals that hate Freedom and rigged individualism. They are the TRUE haters. They are completely INTOLERANT of any viewpoint but their own. So abolishing The Constitution and the Freedom contained therein is what they are all about. They are also the ones that highlight the difference between people, instead of ignoring and embracing them. Liberals are full of hate and intolerance. They are NEVER happy. Boy will they be depressed at the end of 2016!
  • Dec 11, 2015
    I don't go out of my way to watch this, but I keep seeing it while spending time with others who are watching it, and it has grown on me. Tim Allen is a funny guy. I enjoyed watching him years ago back in Home Improvement. The people playing opposite him in this are pretty good matches. Witty, clever dialogue gets thrown back and forth in a mostly good-natured way. Occasionally, Tim's character Mike Baxter has some political commentary which I can't help but suspect reflects Tim's own views; I don't mind it at all. It's light-hearted family-friendly content, good for lightening any stress in your day. This show is also a great advertisement for moving to the state of Colorado, where you'll find happy families like this with beautiful daughters and fun places like a sporting goods store to work or shop, and diners with good pie and cute waitresses in cute outfits, and best of all, marijuana is legal, which is great if you have a child with multiple daily seizures or someone else in your family with a health condition that can benefit from medical marijuana. I like how some of the characters from Home Improvement have been included in this; adds to that family feeling. When little Boyd gets hyper, the family is divided on how it should be addressed. I really appreciate that the family cared enough to try alternative options and Boyd's mother, Kristin, was willing to let them try even though her first instinct was to just give him adhd meds. I love that they found a combination of other things that helped, including exercise, etc, and ultimately Boyd wasn't medicated. I like this because I think so many children in America are overmedicated. The parents I talked to about their kids' adhd meds (while trying to figure out what to do with my own child's attention issues) told me there are unpleasant side effects. Sure, their kid can concentrate better in school on these pills, but they don't enjoy the side effects, and what of the long term consequences of the meds? Interestingly, Mandy takes the ADHD meds and they help HER; after a childhood of low grades she is finally doing well in college and able to concentrate. Although Last Man Standing touches on the occasional topic du jour once in a while, mostly it's just light-hearted good entertainment, and most of the subject matter is more everyday.
  • Dec 06, 2015
    Easily the best comedy currently on TV. Tim Allen has another super hit.
  • Dec 04, 2015
    It's just not funny or good.
  • Oct 30, 2015
    I do not like the Tim Allen character and do not like the son in law. 2 of the characters were replaced with worse actors. There are good female characters .

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