Get ready to feel all the nostalgia feels -- Saturday marks the 25th anniversary of Home Improvement!
The beloved ABC sitcom hit airwaves for the first time on Sept. 17, 1991. The Tim Allen vehicle would go on to become one of the most highly-rated shows of the '90s, even hitting No. 1 in the ratings during its third season.
Home Improvement was based on the stand-up comedy of Allen. He starred as Tim Taylor, an accident-prone but lovable dad who had a local cable access DIY show, Tool Time.
The show would turn Jonathan Taylor Thomas, who played Tim's middle son Randy, into not just a household name but a tween heartthrob, lovingly known by his initials, JTT. Pamela Anderson even starred on the series for two years before leaving for that little show you may have heard of: Baywatch.
It's pretty hard to find a '90s kid who doesn't hold a soft spot in their heart for Home Improvement, which would end up ruling the airwaves for eight seasons until its sign-off in 1999.
Click through the gallery below to take a look back at the cast in their heyday and find out where they are today. Can't you just hear Allen's grunt already?