When Kevin gets a surprise visit from a young man that he helped deliver back when he was a cop, it gives him the idea of how much a hero. But when Vanessa learns that their client has left them for their rival, they use Kevin's story on television to help brand their company. But the idea fell apart as it wasn't much of a story for the TV hosts and the kid didn't go into all the detail as he did earlier in the episode. With the segment going wrong, Kevin's rival company comes in and gives their story of how they saved a young girl, who needed a kidney.
"Delivery Man" was an okay episode that is just having you are laughing a bit, but as soon as the episode is over you'll forget what happened. It wasn't the best, and it wasn't as good as the previous episode before this one. Overall, I give this episode a 5/10.
When someone says "no surprise birthday party" even though they don't mean it, it means to throw a party.
When it's Vanessa's birthday coming up, and she tells Kevin and the gang that she doesn't want a surprise birthday party, to Kevin that means she wants one and tries to pull off a good one. But when Vanessa decides to have her party, Kevin gets all of her friends to turn her down so they could be at his party.
When Vanessa's birthday arrived, Kevin's plan didn't go as well (even though it was his plan) to take her out to dinner but instead tells her about a party. There she is surprised of the many friends and family that came and just when you think it was over; it's not as Kevin becomes Prince and does a cool to creepy duet with Vanessa of Purple Rain.
"Forty-Seven Candles" was ten times as better as the previous episode and had so much fun and humor to it. The Vanessa and Kyle bar scene was a moment of maybe but maybe not as it looked like she was coming on to him. I couldn't get how freaked out I was seeing Kevin as Prince but also couldn't stop laughing at the same time. Overall, I give this episode an 8.5/10.
You can catch Kevin Can Wait for Mondays at 8/7c on CBS.