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When Kevin retires in the police force, he believes life will be about hanging out with his wife and children and going on the occasional experience with fellow allies, Goody and Duffy, along with his brother Kyle. Story begins to take shape when he finds his wife, Donna, was shielding him from particular household information while he was outside keeping the roads safe. It turns out that their oldest daughter, Kendra, desires to fall out of school and find a job to support her fiance.
Episodes included: Episode 1, E1, S2E1, Episode 2, E2, S2E2, Episode 3, E3, S2E3, Episode 4, E4, S2E4, Episode 5, E5, S2E5, Episode 6, E6, S2E6, Episode 7, E7, S2E7, Episode 8, E8, S2E8, Episode 9, E9, S2E9, Episode 10, E10, S2E10, Episode 11, E11, S2E11, Episode 12, E12, S2E12, Episode 13, E13, S2E13, Episode 14, E14, S2E14, Episode 15, E15, S2E15, Episode 16, E16, S2E16, Episode 17, E17, S2E17, Episode 18, E18, S2E18, Episode 19, E19, S2E19, Episode 20, E20, S2E20, Episode 21, E21, S2E21, Episode 22, E22, S2E22, Episode 23, E23, S2E23, Episode 24, E24, S2E24
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| Release year : 2017
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"Kevin Can Wait Season 2" premiere on 25 Sep. 2017
Previously on "Kevin Can Wait" series
Pick your apology--that the buzzards returning to Hinckley, the lemmings to Lapland--but every year around this time we swarm into our TV sets to its new fall broadcast year. And a couple weeks later, like--choose your metaphor, sated ticks or Zika-bloated Aedes aegypti--we roll dazedly off our couches, wondering what just happened and why.
Between now and Halloween, as the networks roll out 21 new shows, the tube will reel with time-traveling homicide detectives, visionary doctors, bewildered corpses, Mexican exorcists, girl pitchers, Jack Bauer clones, doomed lovers hoping to cross stuff off their apoca-lists, stay-at-home dads amazed to learn what wretched little swine they've spawned, and remakes of movies you hated the first time around.
Fully half the new shows debut next week as the nets, after several live-and-let-live years of staggering their premieres to prevent quick head-to-head knockouts, resume their ancestral kamikaze ways. The strategy is puzzling, especially since the networks are otherwise proceeding conservatively, avoiding the enormous start-up costs of new series and padding out their schedules with sports and one-shot specials.
Admittedly that's a very low bar, but the comedies that kick off the season Monday night are several hundred thousand cuts above those two epic disasters. NBC's The fantastic location, in actuality, is a gem of subversive mockery, trashing everything from New Age cosmic-muffin deism to central planning with gleeful comic bloodlust.
The fantastic Place stars Kristen Bell as Eleanor Shellstrop, an amiable young amnesiac who wakes up in a nondescript office that turns out to be the placement center for the afterlife. But, she's warned, "It is not the heaven or hell idea you were raised on."
So Eleanor has the run of the neighborhood, including shops like The tiny Adorable Pet Depot and Your Every Anticipated Need, in addition to a just-the-right-size cottage decorated in the celestially approved Icelandic Primitive, all in the business of her kind-hearted, officially selected soul mate Chidi.
There's only 1 problem: mistaken identity. Eleanor, prior to shuffling off the moral coil, was not a attorney who worked pro bono to get wrongly convicted inmates off Death Row, but a whorish telemarketer who huckstered old people into buying worthless herbal remedies. And though she doesn't tell anybody, the presence of a reprobate soul soon sends the fantastic Place off the harmonic rails, with attacks by giant rampaging ladybugs and other Old Testament-ish plagues.
From there, The fantastic Place becomes a whimsically cockeyed entry into the long Hollywood tradition of movies and TV shows about karma-challenged souls attempting to work off their debts in the waiting room of the hereafter, going back at least to Spencer Tracy in 1953's A Guy Named Joe.
What elevates The fantastic Place from sardonic wit to dark hilarity, however, is its withering lampoon of technocracy and the thought that human beings are interchangeable widgets for social engineers to play with. No matter, I suspect, to star Kevin James, the plus-size comedian who's surely the patron saint of Scruffy Blue-Collar Chubs, after being married to hotties Leah Remini in the nine seasons of The King Of Queens and Erinn Hayes in this one.
Scrumptiousness disequilibriums aside, it's difficult to imagine a more conventional sitcom setup than the one in Kevin Can Wait. However, their dreams of go-kart paintball and indoor ziplines go awry when James discovers what his wife has known all along--that their three kids are a pack of sociopaths and idiots who require constant tending.
Even the daughter at college has announced her plan to stop school and continue in the garage with her nerd fiance, who's too busy inventing the upcoming big app to really work for a living. Like that one, the punchlines fly thick, fast and pointed in Kevin Can Wait, and enough of them land to make it a diverting, if unenlightening, experience...though not quite as exciting as that indoor zipline sounded.
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