Previous Episode Next Episode 

‘The Long and Winding Road (Part 2)’ Quotes

Home Improvement: The Long and Winding Road (Part 2)

826. The Long and Winding Road (Part 2)

Aired May 25, 1999

As Tim drives Brad and Mark to school for the last time in Detroit, they reminisce about the past. [CLIP SHOW]

Quote from Brad

Brad: Well, the one good thing about Tool Time being over is no more accidents.
Tim: We still have a house. You know what they say. Every year, over 100,000 accidents occur in the home.
Brad: And 99,000 of those occur in our home.

Rate

Quote from Tim

Tim: We're talking about family. It's way more important than any car. [off Brad & Mark's looks] Well, it's just as important as a car. More important than some cars.
Mark: Dad, check the gauge! We're out of gas!
Tim: Don't worry about it. We've got plenty of gas to get you guys to school and me to Tool Time.
Mark: Dad, we're on "empty."
Tim: It's a fuel gauge. "Empty" doesn't mean empty. It's just a guide. Don't you know that? We got 10 miles left. And it's only 5.3 to get you to school... Another 2.6 to Tool Time... You add those together, you... Um... Well, you add them together, you know, and... I don't know what it is, but I know it's less than 10. [engine stops]
Brad: Well, that 10 miles went by rather fast, huh?

Quote from Mark

Tim: Hey, Brad. I'll take that change from the gas money now.
Brad: Oh, yeah.
Tim: Maybe next time you'll fill up the tank like I asked you to. Hope you learned something from this.
Brad: Yeah, that the "E" stands for "empty," not "extra 10 miles."
Tim: I'll tell you one thing. If I had built this car, it'd have an extra fuel tank in it.
Mark: Dad, if you built this car, we'd be taking the bus.
Brad: Hey, if there's one thing Dad knows how to do, it's build a car, okay?

Quote from Tim

Tim: [horn honking] Hey, there. I get recognized everywhere.
Mark: Dad, he was honking because you took up two lanes.
Tim: He was thrilled to see me. That's why he was waving his hand.
Brad: Dad, that was only part of his hand.
Tim: He was saying, "Tool Time is number one."

Quote from Brad

Tim: You guys okay with this move to Indiana?
Mark: Yeah. I think so.
Brad: Well, I'm totally depressed.
Tim: This move's gonna be hard on all of us. It really will.
Brad: Not about the move, Dad. I'm a little depressed my "daddy" is driving me to school in my car.

Quote from Brad

Tim: You know, it just seems like yesterday you guys used to sit in my lap and hold the wheel while I drove.
Brad: Hey, don't get any ideas.

Quote from Tim

Mark: Dad, can we stop? I'm really hungry.
Tim: How can you be hungry? Your mom just cooked us breakfast.
Brad: Did you eat it?
Tim: It was good oatmeal.
Brad: It was scrambled eggs.
Tim: Bad scrambled eggs.
Brad: Yeah. When I get married, I'm gonna make a woman prove to me that she's a good cook.
Tim: That's why you're gonna be 80, alone and very hungry.

Quote from Tim

Tim: Your mom and I have had our share of disagreements, but in the end, it doesn't matter, you know? Because one of us always apologizes.
Brad: You?
Tim: Yup.
Mark: It was a good thing that you had Wilson here to help you out.
Tim: Well, he's learned as much from me as I have from him.

Quote from Brad

Brad: Hey, thanks for the ride, Dad.
Tim: You bet.
Mark: Yeah. Go get 'em at Tool Time.
Brad: Yeah. Break a leg, huh? Oh, you know what I mean.
Tim: Hey, guys? I probably don't say this enough to you two, but I love you guys. I'm really happy the way you guys turned out, you know? You're smart, hard-working, honest boys.
Brad: Here's the rest of that gas money.
Tim: I knew you were holding out.

 Previous Episode Next Episode 
  View another episode