‘Kevin Can Wait’ Episode Guide (Oct. 2): Kendra Tricks Kevin Into Taking a Job With His Old Partner

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‘Kevin Can Wait’ Episode Guide (Oct. 2): Kendra Tricks Kevin Into Taking a Job With His Old Partner

“Business Unusual” (10/02/17) – Overwhelmed by Kevin’s helicopter parenting, Kendra tricks him into taking a job at Vanessa’s new private security company, on “Kevin Can Wait,” Monday, Oct. 2 (9:01-9:31 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

Guest starring in “Business Unusual” are Leah Remini’s husband, Angelo Pagan (Anthony), Chuck Nice (Greg), and Bonale Fambrini (Teenage).

“Business Unusual” Mike Soccio, Annie Levine and Jon Emerson. It was directed by Andy Fickman.

CBS’s “Kevin Can Wait” stars Kevin James as a retired police officer who is setting out on a fresh career path as he rises to the challenge of being a newly single dad. His kids, Sara, Jack and Kendra, are grateful to him for making sure they’re OK but decide it’s time for him to get out of the house, so they turn to Vanessa, his former police partner, for help.

Vanessa has left the force to launch her own private security firm, and she makes Kevin an offer he can’t refuse – to be her new business partner. Although the job isn’t always glamorous and they rarely see eye to eye, Kevin and Vanessa share an undeniable bond from their years working together.

Also, Kendra and her fiancé, Chale, face issues of their own, including becoming newlyweds and figuring out how they will support themselves. Once again, life has thrown Kevin some curveballs, so his dreams of an early retirement will just have to wait a little longer, and his family will always come first.

“Kevin Can Wait” stars Kevin James (Kevin Gable), Leah Remini (Vanessa Cellucci), Taylor Spreitler (Kendra Gable), Mary-Charles Jones (Sara Gable), James DiGiacomo (Jack Gable), Ryan Cartwright (Chale), Gary Valentine (Kyle), and Leonard Earl Howze (Goody)

“Kevin Can Wait” is executive produced by Kevin James, Jeff Sussman, Rob Long, Rock Reuben, Andy Fickman and Steve Mosko. It’s produced by CBS Television Studios in association with Sony Pictures Television. The sitcom is taped in New York.

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