Richard Karn, Tim Allen are posing for a picture: Photo: Jason Elias/The HISTORY Channel

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“Resource Time” is back, for actual this time.

“House Advancement” stars Tim Allen and Richard Karn are reuniting for the new Heritage Channel truth competitors series “Assembly Expected”.

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Premiering Feb. 23, the collection will see the “Tool Time” duo provide collectively the ideal and brightest makers from throughout the U.S. to drive their setting up skills to the restrict in head-to-head competitiveness.

“They say a longtime close friend is another person who responds with, ‘This is by much your worst thought ever’…Fortunately, this was a fantastic thought doing work with Richard,” Allen claimed in a statement. “I liked those times undertaking ‘Tool Time’. We both of those share a terrific appreciation of persons who can resolve a problem not by talking about it, but by ‘doing’ it with creative imagination and astounding developing capabilities. Additionally, it gives me extra time to make exciting of his fake beard.”

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Karn included, “Tim has generally been jealous of my facial hair…mostly because when he grows his it seems to be a bit off…but I will say this has been just one of his finest thoughts ever. Doing the job along with him has been the shiny place of this tough year. We see eye to eye on a good deal of matters, but if very little else this show has brought out the discrepancies in our personal private design choices and when you incorporate in the creative imagination of our contestants, very well let us just say, it provides me fantastic pleasure to be a element of this!”

Allen and Karn will pick items for the rivals to make, giving color commentary all through and tests the ultimate builds for high-quality, design and style, and functionality, with a grand prize of $5,000.