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When Kevin retires from the police force, he thinks life will be all about hanging out with his wife and kids and going on the occasional adventure with fellow retirees. A different narrative starts to take shape when he discovers his wife has been protecting him from certain family info while he was out keeping the streets safe. When his wife dies suddenly, Kevin must postpone a life of leisure and work on keeping his family in shape. In addition to taking on the role of single dad, Kevin goes back to work, joining the private security firm launched by his former partner.

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Vanessa wins an award meant for entrepreneurs under 40; Kevin relentlessly reminds her that she is over 40; Chale sets Kyle up on a date with his wild Aunt Kristin.
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Vanessa tells a flight attendant that she and Kevin are newly married in an attempt to get bumped up to first class; her lie leads to trouble when Kevin meets a woman and the two hit it off.
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Vanessa encourages Kevin to ask out a client who shows interest in him.
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Kevin and Vanessa run into the owner of a rival company who is determined to put them out of business by pitting Kevin and Vanessa against each other.

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