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Read on for some very interesting facts you may not have known about your favorite childhood show! "When he left the show, he ended up going back to school and got a really good education and thought a lot about what he wanted to do with his life.One Redditor asked if she was feeling a little "checked out" by the 7th season. "We were all getting tired, but we thought we could all squeak out one more year. I felt like I hadn't seen my family in years." Aww! When he was on the show at one point, he said to me he was interested in being a politician."Interesting! Richardson went on to say, "Ican't speak for Jonathan if he was uncomfortable with fame like I was but we both coincidentally withdrew from the industry right after the show.“The Hills'” resident wet blanket, Lo Bosworth, who is now promoting her new lifestyle book “The Lo Down,” hit up “Chelsea Lately” on Wednesday night and made an offhand comment that Jonathan Taylor Thomas might be gay. The one whose Teen Beat poster you kissed every night before you went to sleep. Of course, everyone fled to Google to double check.Thomas played a gay ’70s teenager in Showtime’s “Common Ground” and a bisexual hustler in “Speedway Junky,” but he says that his comfort with gay characters has nothing to do with his actual sexual orientation.What episode would she go back and film all over again? If you have a face that is real, you will get so much more work.Nowadays they are having a lot of troubling finding that." Amen!

So he's been shadowing John, some of last year and most of this year. it was like having a wonderful black Lab that you had to put down. It created a new affection, and it just reminded me that your heart and soul are bigger than you can possibly imagine.

What would you ask Patricia Richardson if you had the chance?

Yes, Jonathan Taylor Thomas is reuniting onscreen with his TV dad, Tim Allen, for the first time since 1998, but what does the '90s teen dream really want to do? Home Improvement" son on the March 22 season finale of Allen's current ABC hit, "Last Man Standing," says JTT (as he was known to the millions of girls who had posters of him hanging above their beds in the 1990s) was asked to make the guest appearance on camera after spending the last year hanging out on the "Standing" set." data-reactid="24"Allen, who will reunite with his "Home Improvement" son on the March 22 season finale of Allen's current ABC hit, "Last Man Standing," says JTT (as he was known to the millions of girls who had posters of him hanging above their beds in the 1990s) was asked to make the guest appearance on camera after spending the last year hanging out on the "Standing" set.

He's just been on the set all the time."But he's so shy. (Laughing)I'm just really grateful for this cast and the crew. You can love a lot of different things in a lot of different ways.

It's funny to see him so shy, so nervous," Allen continues about the actor who played his middle son, Randy, on "Home Improvement." "He worried whether he still had it, and he didn't want to do this because he's had other stuff in mind. I was shocked, because as I said, he's just shy."See JTT on "Last Man Standing": You don't want the show to be politically correct. I don't mean to be dramatic, but I really love these girls and Nancy and this crew.

So he's been shadowing John, some of last year and most of this year. it was like having a wonderful black Lab that you had to put down. It created a new affection, and it just reminded me that your heart and soul are bigger than you can possibly imagine.

What would you ask Patricia Richardson if you had the chance?

Yes, Jonathan Taylor Thomas is reuniting onscreen with his TV dad, Tim Allen, for the first time since 1998, but what does the '90s teen dream really want to do? Home Improvement" son on the March 22 season finale of Allen's current ABC hit, "Last Man Standing," says JTT (as he was known to the millions of girls who had posters of him hanging above their beds in the 1990s) was asked to make the guest appearance on camera after spending the last year hanging out on the "Standing" set." data-reactid="24"Allen, who will reunite with his "Home Improvement" son on the March 22 season finale of Allen's current ABC hit, "Last Man Standing," says JTT (as he was known to the millions of girls who had posters of him hanging above their beds in the 1990s) was asked to make the guest appearance on camera after spending the last year hanging out on the "Standing" set.

He's just been on the set all the time."But he's so shy. (Laughing)I'm just really grateful for this cast and the crew. You can love a lot of different things in a lot of different ways.

It's funny to see him so shy, so nervous," Allen continues about the actor who played his middle son, Randy, on "Home Improvement." "He worried whether he still had it, and he didn't want to do this because he's had other stuff in mind. I was shocked, because as I said, he's just shy."See JTT on "Last Man Standing": You don't want the show to be politically correct. I don't mean to be dramatic, but I really love these girls and Nancy and this crew.

He's always been wonderful [as an actor], then he went to college and he found other interests.