“Showroom Showdown” (03/13/17) – When Kevin and Chale get jobs working in the warehouse at an electronics store to help pay for the wedding, Chale’s quick promotion to the sales floor kick-starts Kevin’s competitive side, on “Kevin Can Wait,” Monday, March 13 (8:00-8:30 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
Guest starring in this episode are Bas Rutten (Rootger), Johnny Wu (Mark), Chris Monty (Dynamic Bob), Alana O’Brien (Kate), Nore Davis (Customer #1), Nicol Moeller (Customer #2), Skylar Testa (Customer #3), and Chris Titone (Customer #5)
“Showroom Showdown” was written by Dan Staley and directed by Executive Producer Andy Fickman.
The CBS sitcom “Kevin Can Wait” stars Kevin James as a newly retired police officer looking forward to spending carefree, quality time with his wife and three kids, only to discover he faces tougher challenges at home than he ever did on the streets.
Kevin’s retirement plans consist of chilling with his family and having epic adventures with fellow retirees Goody, his former partner and close friend, and Duffy, his oldest pal, as well as his brother, Kyle, a fireman whose closest encounter with a blaze would be a grease fire in the firehouse kitchen.
However, Kevin’s dream is jeopardized when he discovers that Donna, his wonderful wife of 20 years, has shielded him from key family info while he worked overtime protecting the community. Their usually reliable eldest, Kendra is dropping out of college so she can support her unemployed fiancé, Chale, while he designs the next “big app”; his teenage daughter, Sara has budding anger-management issues; and their youngest, Jack is a bit of a hypochondriac.
For now, his plans for a cushy life will have to wait, because Kevin has work to do, and this time, his family is his beat.
“Kevin Can Wait” stars Kevin James (Kevin), Erinn Hayes (Donna), Taylor Spreitler (Kendra), Mary-Charles Jones (Sara), James DiGiacomo (Jack), Ryan Cartwright (Chale), Lenny Venito (Duffy), Gary Valentine (Kyle), and Leonard Earl Howze (Goody).
“Kevin Can Wait” is executive produced by Kevin James, Bruce Helford, Rock Reuben, Jeff Sussman, Andy Fickman and Tony Sheehan. It’s produced by CBS Television Studios in association with Sony Pictures Television. The sitcom is taped in New York.