People Power is a real thing! After being cancelled by ABC despite great ratings, 'Last Man Standing' has been picked up by Fox and will be back in the Fall.
Speaking to a reporter at the launch event, the show's star, Tim Allen, wasted no time showing his excellent comedy touch.
“We’re gonna be very politically correct,” Allen told a reporter, his tongue pressed firmly in cheek to plenty of laughter. “I’m going to identify as an Asian woman that wants to be a European man … we’ll do the journey of what it’s like to be an Asian woman in a European man’s body … I eat a lot of Ramen. It’ll be a lot of Asian dishes. It’ll be subtle.”
But, according to The Blaze, Allen then got serious. “I don’t want to be PC. For all of us in the stand-up world, all of us are seeing this and feeling this, and it’s a little dangerous and uncomfortable that there [are] things you can’t say because they might hurt people’s feelings.
“Words mean nothing,” he added. “It’s the intent behind the words. Lenny Bruce said it. Comics play with them all the time. We joke around about words … and in my gut, words don’t matter. The intent behind the word matters. I’m a wordsmith; we play with words all the time.”
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