Steve helps stage a dating intervention for a woman who claims she attracts all the wrong men; Dr. Laura Berman highlights her book, "Quantum Love." Also: a married couple who overcame serious obstacles.
A dating experiment is designed to help twin sisters look beyond physical appearance; Steve honors a mailman who rescued a girl from a dog attack; and Steve tries to forge a love connection for a female alligator wrangler.
Steve plays matchmaker for three women, with a focus group of men appraising their dates. Also: an update on Rielle Hunter, who was involved in a political scandal in the late 2000s; a surprise for a super fan.
"Love Week" kicks off with a wedding story that involves a bride's father and stepfather. Also: A dueling dad and a stepfather try to find common ground to co-parent; and a woman dislikes her man's hip-hop fashion style.
Steve presents an installment of his 30-day date experiment. Here, three women are paired up with men that they will date exclusively for 30 days. Also: music executive L.A. Reid; the founder of a music-mentorship program.
Human trafficking and sex slavery are discussed with the filmmakers of "8 Days," including director Jaco Booyens, screenwriter Philipa Booyens and actress Nicole Smolen. Also: a man who says Steve's book changed his course in life; tips to decode dreams.
Steve's inaugural "Couples Summit" explores marital struggles and the keys to a good relationship in a segment that includes Marjorie Harvey, plus Bill and Giuliana Rancic. Also: favorite couples' looks on a budget.
Steve discusses polyamory, the practice of intimate relationships involving more than two people, with insight from relationship therapist Laura Berman. Also: finance tips for women with Patrice Washington.
Part 1 of 2. Steve addresses his stint as host of the Miss Universe pageant, during which he made headlines by announcing the wrong woman as the pageant winner. Insight from Miss Universe Pia Wurtzbach and Miss USA Olivia Jordan is included.
Steve's birthday is celebrated with appearances by Kirk Franklin and T.I. Included: audience members receive a gift; Steve's new grandson makes his TV debut; Steve and T.I. help a single mother in need; Steve's elementary-school photo is recreated.
Social media is explored with an audience full of twentysomethings. Here, Dorothy Wang discusses social media's impact on various issues, and DeStorm Power offers tips on how to become a social-media star. Also: a tutorial on how to use Snapchat.
A series of hidden-camera segments reveal if passersby will help strangers; a man is honored as a "Harvey's Hero" for helping his Milwaukee community. Also: a female MLB coach; a performance by Jordan McGraw's band, Hundred Handed.
Steve delivers a surprise dating intervention for a woman who is an attorney by day and teaches pole-dancing classes at night; a father tries to make amends for years of being absent; and Steve provides a "Motivational Minute."
"Fresh Start Week" continues with tips to add years to one's life with Dr. Lauren Streicher and Dr. Travis Stork. Also: Al Roker and Deborah Roberts; and an intervention for a struggling small business.
"Fresh Start Week" continues with former NFL player Ray Lewis, who helps a mother and her 18-year-old son who has dreams of playing football. Also: Steve and motivational speaker Lisa Nichols counsel a married couple at a crossroad in their relationship.
"Fresh Start Week" features pointers to stay motivated with hip-hop preacher Eric Thomas, tips on how to stay fit with trainer Dolvett Quince and an interview with Medal of Honor recipient Florent Groberg.
Steve plays matchmaker for a Missouri woman who's studying to be a minister; and foodie Moe Cason spotlights hot barbecue trends. Also: an interview with Lorena Bobbitt, who was at the center of a headline-making case in 1993.
Steve serves up holiday gift suggestions for foodies; Steve plays matchmaker for a woman for the holidays; a military mother is honored as a "Holiday Harvey's Hero"; and stars of the show "DC Cupcakes" offer baking secrets.
Steve helps a single woman who says she needs closure from a relationship that ended years ago; Steve interviews Marissa Hermer, of TV's "Ladies of London"; and a woman goes through a surprise job interview.
Marriage infidelity is discussed with couples Shannon and David Beador ("The Real Housewives of Orange County") and Tina and Teddy Campbell ("Mary Mary"). Also: the cast of "Born Again Virgin"; the founder of the Facebook group "Black Fathers."
Steve interviews comedian Rickey Smiley; foodie Todd Wilbur puts the focus on chicken sandwiches; an 11-year-old boy is honored for helping less fortunate children; and designer Jeremiah Brent offers tips on how to throw a New Year's Eve party.
Steve provides updates on three women featured in a previous "Dating at Any Age" segment; Sarah Michelle Gellar talks about her culinary-lifestyle brand. Also: an initiative that will provide hotel rooms for participants of Steve's Mentoring Camp.
Steve puts online profiles to the test to determine if they're too sexy; Steve interviews country artist Kellie Pickler and her husband, Kyle Jacobs; couples reveal their weight loss from a "22-Day Revolution" diet. Also: an update on a guest who has trouble getting past the "friend zone" with men.
Steve helps a woman who can't get out of the "friend zone" with the men she meets; rapper-producer Timbaland discusses TV's "Empire" and his memoir; and Lisa Ling talks about "The Seduction Game," a segment from her series "This Is Life With Lisa Ling."
Steve pays homage to single mothers in a segment that includes a single-mom panel consisting of Bethenny Frankel, Stacy Kaiser and Kym Whitley. Included: topics of interest to single moms; parenting styles; and safety tips.
The theme "Slay at Any Age" features Steve providing tips on how to look great, feel amazing and find love. Included: dating at any age; beauty pointers from actress Lynda Carter; and advice to keep skin looking youthful.
Steve salutes military men and women for Veterans Day. Included: military stories; surprise reunions; a renovation project for a veteran; patriotic artwork; and performances by the Navy Band Great Lakes.
Fly Day Friday is celebrated with luxurious trip giveaways to audience members; Deidre Hall and Galen Gering celebrate the 50th anniversary of "Days of Our Lives." Also: Cynthia Bailey ("The Real Housewives of Atlanta"); and a bedroom makeover.
Steve plays matchmaker for a man who describes himself as a "third wheel"; Steve teams with Marcus Lemonis ("The Profit") to help a single mother build a business; a female fire helicopter pilot is honored. Also: Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Tone Bell ("Truth Be Told").
Steve concludes his "30 Day Date" experiment by offering status reports on all the couples after they moved in together; headlines and newsmakers are discussed by a panel that features Kim Gravel, Christina Milian, Scheana Shay and Tanisha Thomas.
A Halloween celebration features Steve's stage decorated as Harvey's Haunted Manor; a husband faces his fears; foodie Richard Blais showcases Halloween treats; Tanisha Thomas ("Crazy Talk") highlights scary reality TV moments. Also: costume makeovers.
A young couple is given 24-hour "hall passes" to date other people; Steve and Rachael Ray compete to make the better breakfast in a showdown that features culinary judges Art Smith, Chef Logan and Rick Bayless. Also: a celebration of bacon.
A backstage look at the series "Family Feud" features couples competing in a fast-money round; Steve plays matchmaker for Mr. September from the "Steve Harvey 2016 Man Candy Calendar"; Jeff Musial highlights formidable animals. Also: a teen pool prodigy.
Past guests return to provide updates on their lives. Included: several of Steve's "United Dates of America" subjects; three sisters who participated in Steve's "Dating Lab"; and two mother-daughter duos.
Steve helps a woman gain closure in order to move on from past relationships; Steve honors a teacher for saving her students from a gun-wielding classmate; and a young college graduate has a surprise job interview.
Steve highlights the "22-Day Revolution" vegan diet; Steve provides business advice to a 7-year-old entrepreneur; and Steve interviews Tisha Campbell-Martin, who opens up about how a childhood trauma influenced her music video "Steel Here."
Steve teams up with Kandi Burruss and Dr. Laura Berman to help a couple reignite their romance; Steve interviews Alfonso Ribeiro ("America's Funniest Home Videos"); and Martha Stewart hosts a Halloween bash with a "Day of the Dead" theme.
Steve celebrates his 30-year anniversary of stand-up comedy with a salute to the 1980s. Included: Steve arranges a dream date for a couple; rocker Sammy Hagar serves up a recipe and a cocktail; and Steve brings back the game show "Love Connection."
A husband's numerous fears are impacting his family; collectibles experts Miller Gaffney and Carol Lee Brosseau, of TV's "Art Breakers," assess items brought in by audience members; Steve evaluates strengths and weaknesses on the path to success. Also: winners of a "Husband Calling" contest.
Hot topics are discussed with a panel that includes Kim Gravel, Shirley Strawberry, Nicole Polizzi and Jenni Farley; Steve puts luxury products to the test; and a young couple reveal the gender of their baby to friends and family. Also: funny letters children have written to God.
Sherri Shepherd is the guest for a segment that includes wig makeovers; foodie Adam Richman cooks with Steve; a woman coaches her friend through a date; a guest from Season 3 returns and tries to launch a vegan-drink company.
Sheryl Underwood ("The Talk"); pointers from a professional wingman. Also: Designers Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri offer tips for kitchen transformations; the LEGO version of Steve Harvey is unveiled.
An installment of "Harvey's Law" features Judge Marilyn Milian, who helps people who have been scammed online; Steve helps friends determine if their roommate's boyfriend is genuine. Also: Mercedes Mason, of TV's "Fear the Walking Dead."
Steve plays matchmaker for guest Tanisha Thomas, of TV's "Crazy Talk." Also: creative uses for leftover coffee; a woman whose husband is an alleged control freak; children who raised money from a lemonade stand to help children in need.
Steve reveals six of the men featured in his "2016 Man Candy Calendar" with help from Carrie Keagan and Kim Gravel; a woman reveals her secret crush on an unsuspecting friend. Also: Jon Seda, Patrick Flueger and Jesse Lee Soffer, of TV's "Chicago P.D."; a "Man-Bun" sensation.
Steve helps a woman with her dating life; foodie Moe Cason spotlights barbecue trends. Also: a reunion between a woman and the nurse who helped her deliver triplets; a look at a Steve Harvey mash-up from DJ Porter.
Steve plays matchmaker for a romantically challenged dater from Missouri; Steve's daughter and her fiancé visit one last time before their wedding. Also: a look at back-to-school glasses and eye exams; the stars of TV's "Manzo'd With Children."
A woman tries to attain closure in her life by confronting her ex; Steve honors Emily Riedel, of TV's "Bering Sea Gold," as a female groundbreaker; and Steve's future son-in-law helps a boy reunite with his absentee father.
Steve addresses racial tensions and subliminal racism in society. Included: The studio audience participates in a social experiment; Dr. Anthony Greenwald shares insight; and a teen who helped organize an integrated prom receives a new car.
Jenni "JWoww" Farley, Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi and Shirley Strawberry discuss topical headlines; a boy who saved his niece from a car crash is honored as a "Harvey's Hero"; author Alan Fox offers tips for strengthening personal connections.
Marcus Lemonis, of TV's "The Profit," helps a single mother grow her business; Steve helps a young couple reignite the passion in their relationship; Martha Stewart and Steve serve up appetizers. Also: a father-daughter beatbox battle.
A young man's proposal and wedding are featured; Steve helps a 9-year-old boy find a date for his mother; a teen breast-cancer survivor wins a new car; and TV personality Cathy Mitchell serves up pizza.
Steve introduces his new dating experiment, which matches three couples and requires them to give the relationship a full 30-day commitment. Also: Auntie Fee offers a hands-on cooking lesson; and Steve chats with actress Sanaa Lathan.
Bethenny Frankel ("The Real Housewives of New York City") joins Steve to help two couples experiencing a crossroads in their relationships; Steve recaps his summer travels; a man takes over his sister's dating profile to help her find Mr. Right.
Day 2 of "What Men Think: The Event" features a male panel, including Todd Chrisley, Bill Rancic, David Otunga and Geraldo Rivera. Also: top digital mistakes made by women; insight into the behavior of women; the importance of communication.
Steve kicks off Season 4 with "What Men Think: The Event," held at Chicago's Oriental Theatre. Here, Steve tries to bridge the communication gap between men and women in an event featuring a full theater of 2000 men discussing love and relationships.
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