Tim Allen Plays "Last Man or Tool Man" on "GMA"

"Last Man Standing" star discusses new sitcom and Super Bowl predictions.
3:19 | 01/31/13

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Transcript for Tim Allen Plays "Last Man or Tool Man" on "GMA"
man. Back, now, with tim allen, starring in "last man standing." You're very wise. I like dip. But at this hour of the morning. You know, I don't know how you guys do it. The stuff was here for three days. The viruses we're talking about. I saw stuff in there. Come on. So, second season of "last man standing." You're back. It has to feel great. I love how you're getting a little more edgy. I'm a comedian, right? I get both sides of the political spectrum I get to deal with. I love messing with liberals, as well as conservatives. We have a very liberal staff. I love archie bunker. I loved that he was able to say rude stuff. We've been able to push the envelope quite a bit. Sometimes I say, I want to call the character does, he calls obama a communist. That will get standards and practice -- you cannot call the man -- socialist is okay. You can't call him a socialist. I didn't know communi was a nasty word. I didn't think in modern day -- check your e-mail after you try that. Let's check out a little clip of tomorrow night's show. Why do you let ryan call the shots with boys? Sometimes parents have to compromise. I gave in to ryan on the pledge. And in return, we don't have to use unbleached toilet paper. There's just things like toilet paper and presidents that should be white, right? There's been black presidents? It's been so long, it's hard to remember. You get both sides there. I said, we picked up -- as long as it's handled with humor. And we present both sides, we really like having something to talk about. It's been a dramatic change. Television is a very different landscape than "home improvement." "Home improvement" was top in its games in the numbers. Can you feel that on the show? I can't feel it. I'm grateful to be back on a set. Nancy and I both veterans. We love being in this business. And love having three girls as opposed to three boys. I love these girls. The part of their lives I have to deal with. Dealing with being a mom right there. I like the difference. And zachary todd brian who played my middle boy. And jonathan taylor thomas, shadowing our director. How much of you is in the character? I would say mike baxter is a little closer. He is a university of michigan graduate in marketing. He's an advertising guy. We can't get away -- I tell ryan. He's not a stupid man. He traveled around the country. We had an episode where he was flummoxed about a cappuccino. There's no excuse for his behavior. I want him to be an educated guy that has definite opinions that don't correspond -- I don't want him politically correct. "Last man standing" tomorrow night, at 8:00, 7:00 central. Coming up, jude law is here. And he is live.

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