A single mother who works as a firefighter receives dating advice from Steve and the men from her firehouse; a woman who helps the homeless is honored as a "Harvey's Hero." Also: Identical twin sisters who are taking the fashion world by storm.
Steve celebrates dads with a Father's Day edition. Included: Steve's son visits and gives Steve two gifts; a father-to-be receives a crash course on parenting; chef Graham Elliot serves up a Father's Day dinner; Steve highlights his mentoring camp.
Steve plays matchmaker for a woman with many talents, including singing and baking; Steve helps a single father raising quadruplets; a female entrepreneur shares business tips. Also: a 64-year-old woman who cured an ailment by pole dancing for exercise.
Steve helps a woman whose husband hangs out with his friends too much; a woman is honored for her work with underprivileged women in Tennessee; and a body-language expert shares tips on the types of photos one should post online.
A father gets the opportunity to choose Mr. Right for his daughter; a master fryer displays her deep-fried creations. Also: tips to manage budgets and avoid financial ruts; a look back at memorable guests.
Viewers help Steve's daughter and her fiancé make decisions for their upcoming nuptials; four children thank their parents for always putting their family first; Steve plays matchmaker for three young women who are virgins; Steve's wife meets a fan.
Steve fields questions from viewers from Providence, R.I.; Steve helps two women whose husbands exhibited bad behavior; Sandra Lee shares ideas for summer entertaining; and former best friends attempt to make amends following a 13-year rift.
Steve and Todd Chrisley force couples to face their relationship issues; Steve surprises a single mother with a college scholarship. Also: culinary tips to make Sunday Sauce; motivational speaker Lisa Nichols' weight-loss journey.
Steve interviews Jerry Seinfeld; motivational speaker Joyce Meyer offers tips on becoming more hopeful in life; Steve provides dating advice to a woman who is seemingly drawn to players; and cocktails are created.
Steve helps a couple rekindle their love after their struggles to become pregnant; Steve helps a woman decode messages she received from men on dating sites; a cheerleader shows off her tumbling skills. Also: an update on a past teen guest who turned her life around.
Tech-consumed family members disconnect from all electronic devices when they're sent to Amish country. Also: Daisy Lewellyn, of TV's "Blood, Sweat & Heels"; chef Rick Bayless; an update on a past guest's weight-loss journey with David Otunga.
Steve tries to settle a dispute when a daughter claims her mother meddles too much in her life; lifestyle figure Brit Morin offers laundry-room tips; and a couple try to merge their very different decorating styles.
Trending topics are discussed by a panel of celebrity mothers, featuring Kim Gravel, Snooki and JWoww; tips to plan a perfect Mother's Day getaway are shared; Steve and his wife, Marjorie Harvey, help a widowed father with two teen daughters.
Steve fields questions from viewers in Buffalo; Steve helps a husband plan a surprise date for his wife; and Steve gives a Mother's Day tribute to his wife. Also: Mother's Day tips and recipes with Cristina Ferrare.
A week of Mother's Day episodes with cohost Marjorie Harvey kicks off. Included: Todd Chrisley and his mother; a mother's million-dollar invention; a teen who wants to find her mom a date; and Mother's Day gifts.
Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross ("Blackish"); Sig Hansen and Jake Anderson ("Deadliest Catch"); a man who dressed up in a princess gown with his young niece; tips to help a young couple add sizzle to their marriage.
Steve celebrates his 500th episode with updates on memorable guests. Included: Auntie Fee; a woman who was previously honored as a "Supermom"; a military wife's reunion with her husband; hot shoe trends; and the return of the "Steve Harvey Money Booth."
Steve and LuAnn de Lesseps ("The Real Housewives of New York City") give etiquette lessons to a husband who lacks manners; the world of rosé wines is explored; and Steve arranges a job interview for a college grad.
Steve, Kim Gravel and Carrie Keagan team up to help a woman scour through two men's homes to determine which of them is her ideal match; Steve honors a woman who founded an organization devoted to training police dogs; Steve helps two feuding brothers make amends.
Steve helps a woman who's tired of her fiancé's obsession with his appearance; eco-friendly stylist Danny Seo presents money-saving ways to go green; Steve helps a woman decode her boyfriend's texts. Also: fashions made from recycled items.
Steve fields questions from viewers in Pittsburgh in an "Ask Steve" segment; a daddy-daughter dance is held; and Cynthia Bailey ("The Real Housewives of Atlanta") showcases hair trends. Also: a woman with a million-dollar invention.
Steve explores cyber bullying; three couples compete in "The Anniversary Game," which tests how well they know each other; two sisters discuss their efforts to get people to sign up to be bone-marrow donors.
Steve gives a woman the chance to meet three men who each reveal their relationship "baggage"; two best friends consider taking their relationship to a romantic level. Also: the success story of corporate executive Steve Pemberton.
Steve helps a stay-at-home father who feels unappreciated by his wife; a 13-year-old female archer gives Steve an archery lesson; a man questions his girlfriend's male best friend to find out his true intentions.
Steve tries to find a love match for a 40-year-old relationship coach from California. Also: sleep solutions for insomniacs; a behind-the-scenes look at Steve's Disney Dreamers Academy. Appearing: Terrence J.
Steve uses a "36-question formula" to play matchmaker for three women and three men; chef siblings Joe and Tanya Bastianich serve up healthy pasta recipes; a woman who created a program to help inner-city children is honored. Also: a young entrepreneur.
Steve tries to create love matches for two female ER doctors whose busy careers make it difficult for them to date. Also: Mark Burnett and Roma Downey, executive producers of "A.D. The Bible Continues"; a single mother's survival story; tips for shoe maintenance.
Steve tries to create a love match for a beautician, who also receives help from her friends and family. Also: a woman who claims her man is obsessed with Steve Harvey; home organization tips with simple household items.
Steve organizes a social-media intervention for a 13-year-old girl; Steve honors a former secret-service agent as a female groundbreaker; Dina Manzo ("The Real Housewives of New Jersey") helps PTA mothers plan an annual dance.
Steve tests beauty and anti-aging techniques; Steve helps a 53-year-old woman determine what age demographic she should date. Also: Earvin "Magic" Johnson; a man who married the stranger who donated her kidney to him.
Steve helps a couple reignite the romance in their relationship. Also: a mom who became a millionaire via a simple idea; a woman who refuses to date anyone who isn't an astrological match for her; an app that helps determine the health of relationships.
Steve addresses relationship issues. Also: an 11-year-old girl with taxidermy skills; Erik Courtney and Nadine Jolie Courtney, from TV's "Newlyweds: The First Year"; and lessons on how to crack a whip.
An "Ask Steve" segment features questions from Oklahoma City; a body-language expert offers tips on how to make a good impression in social settings. Also: a look at "DNA dating"; Tika Sumpter, of TV's "The Haves and the Have Nots."
Porsha Williams ("The Real Housewives of Atlanta") is the guest; Steve tries to create a love connection for a Chicago pastry chef; Steve offers a surprise to a woman who founded a musical group for children.
Love Month closes with a pop-up proposal; Steve tries to set up a love match between a 33-year-old woman and a real-estate agent. Also: tips for couples on how to avoid fights over finances; a girl who helps families in need; a chocolate creation.
Judge Lynn Toler is featured in an installment of "Harvey's Law"; zoologist Jarod Miller highlights wild animals; matchmaker Patti Stanger and Steve join forces to help a millionaire bachelor find romance.
A sex edition of "Is It Weird?" features insight from Dr. John Duffy and relationship therapist Laura Berman; Cesar Millan helps a mother and a daughter with dueling dogs. Also: Charlie Weber ("How to Get Away With Murder"); love letters penned by kids.
A woman appraises two potential dates by snooping through their homes in a segment that features Kim Gravel and Carrie Keagan; budget-friendly spring getaways are highlighted; Brandi Glanville participates in a dating experiment.
Steve helps a romantically challenged dater from Virginia; Steve pays a visit to a couple devoted to feeding New York City's homeless; a mixologist highlights "love potions"; Steve hosts a chapter study from his book. Also: A honeymoon goes awry.
Steve and Sunny Hostin try to help women solve the mysteries of men; Steve pays a surprise visit to a couple who run a bagel business; panelists Kim Gravel, Adrienne Moore and Pastor Paula White discuss hot topics.
Steve highlights New York City love stories; a popular bachelor from the show returns. Also: Christina Milian; an organization that provides animal-assisted therapy; tips to throw an animal-theme birthday party; worst pickup lines.
Love Month continues with Steve helping five women who signed up for his relationship site. Also: pointers for the bedroom inspired by the film "50 Shades of Grey"; a man who awoke from a traumatic accident with a musical gift.
A man is crowned as "Mr. California" in a pageant that features appearances by Kim Gravel and Carrie Keagan; foodie Auntie Fee serves up a meal inspired by "Love Month"; a woman is honored for helping military families; Steve arranges a date for a woman from Portland, Ore.
Jerry Springer. Also: Steve arranges a surprise date for a woman in Chicago; a couple receive a surprise honeymoon gift; a female sportswriter receives a makeover; and a man creates a video to tell his girlfriend that he loves her.
Steve celebrates "Love Month" by surprising a Los Angeles woman with a handpicked date. Also: tips to decode various types of men; secrets to a successful marriage; a woman whose man flirts with other women; a pop-up proposal.
Steve attempts to forge a love connection for Claudia Jordan ("The Real Housewives of Atlanta"); Steve highlights a chapter from his book; a bartender serves up cocktails. Also: a 64-year-old cancer survivor who fought off an intruder in her home.
Kim Gravel, Adrienne Moore and Paula White make up a panel to address headlines; Oprah Winfrey's former personal chef, Art Smith, serves up a chocolate dessert; tips on how to reinvent yourself are shared. Also: comedian J. Anthony Brown.
Steve's birthday is celebrated in a special edition hosted by his wife, Marjorie, and featuring appearances by Wendy Raquel Robinson and Martha Stewart. Included: Steve's childhood street is renamed Steve Harvey Way.
Steve helps three children find a date for their mother; foodie Melissa d'Arabian serves up recipes; three women go under the needle with a Beverly Hills dermatologist; a couple from Season 2 return with an update on their lives.
Casey Wilson ("Marry Me") is the guest; a woman claims her husband is messy and disorganized; Steve helps a woman decode her man's texts. Also: a look at donations to the Steve and Marjorie Harvey Foundation.
"Fresh Start Week" closes with Steve's tips on how to push one's imagination to accomplish goals; a busy couple receive romantic advice; author Lisa Nichols discusses weight loss. Also: workout pointers.
Steve shares tips to get motivated and stay focused in the new year; Steve helps a couple trying to add sizzle to their romance; chef Fabio Viviani provides pointers to cook up healthier meals at home; and a single mother receives financial advice.
"Fresh Start Week" kicks off with motivational tips for 2015. Included: the importance of meeting specific goals; pound-shedding pointers from fitness trainer Jorge Cruise; a head-to-toe makeover for a woman; advice on how to organize one's life.
Steve and his family discuss holiday traditions; Steve's granddaughter visits the set for the first time; film critic Ben Lyons spotlights the season's hottest movies; and a former White House pastry chef shares tips on how to make a gingerbread house.
Steve plays matchmaker for a Chicago-area beauty queen; Martha Stewart offers culinary tips on baking Christmas cookies; Judge Alex Ferrer helps settle a dispute between feuding exes. Also: children's funny letters to Santa.
Foodie Auntie Fee returns to deliver a cooking demonstration; a sex therapist tries to help a newlywed couple that is at odds; a man who saved the life of a mother and her daughter is honored as a "Harvey's Hero." Also: advice for financial resolutions.
Steve interviews Alfre Woodard and Katherine Heigl ("State of Affairs"); viewers' quirky habits are analyzed; culinary tips for holiday dinners are shared. Also: a game to determine social-media IQ; unconventional eggnog cocktails.
Medium Theresa Caputo; Frank Grillo and MMA fighter Joe "Daddy" Stevenson; a 35-year-old woman who has never been on a date; an update on a homeless family that was helped by Steve in the past. Also: Steve helps a husband learn technology.
Anchor Tamron Hall fields questions from New York City; Steve explores Instagram dating and plays matchmaker for a woman; a woman who coaches a soccer team is honored as a "Harvey's Hero." Also: fashion trends; photos of Steve's granddaughter.
Steve helps two romantically challenged sisters navigate the dating scene; Steve honors a woman who founded an arts center for at-risk youth; apple pie is the theme of an edition of "Great American Food Fight." Also: a botched proposal that went viral.
Shows from Universal Orlando Resort close with Steve babysitting a couple's 10 children as the couple take in a spa day. Also: A child correspondent highlights the park's best and biggest foods; best friends take their relationship to the next level; Steve welcomes a young bowler.
From Universal Orlando Resort: Steve commandeers carnival games at the park; Steve helps a woman understand why her past relationships have failed; Steve tests vacation products. Also: the biggest fan of Universal Orlando Resort.
From Universal Orlando Resort: Steve draws caricatures for park guests; a woman tries to weed out "players" in her dating life; three children are honored as "Harvey's Heroes"; a woman tries to overcome her fear of characters.
From Universal Orlando Resort: Steve tours the park's Wizarding World of Harry Potter; Steve's surprises a family of 12 with a trip of a lifetime; Steve showcases a fitness trend. Also: romance tips; a powerlifting preacher.
A week of shows from Universal Orlando Resort opens with a Mister Florida pageant, judged by Kim Gravel and Carrie Keagan. Also: Zoologist Jarod Miller highlights wild animals; Todd Chrisley's family battles Kym Whitley's family in "Family Feud."
Guest Sherri Shepherd competes against Steve in a gift-wrapping contest judged by LuAnn de Lesseps. Also: a 7-year-old autistic boy who is a classical pianist; tips on how to decode men's body language.
Steve presides over a college town hall featuring an audience full of college students. Included: tips to combat the "freshman 15"; a mother who's anxious about her daughter leaving for college; student-friendly gadgets.
"Steve Does Hollywood" week opens with an interview with Ryan Seacrest; Steve helps a relationship blogger improve her dating life. Also: parents of a blended family who disagree on how to discipline their children.
A Halloween edition features Steve dressed as a ringmaster for a haunted circus. In addition, Steve plays matchmaker for a funeral director. Also: tips on how to throw a Halloween party; Jason Hawes and Steve Gonsalves, of "Ghost Hunters"; a children's fashion show.
Steve plays matchmaker for Brandi Glanville ("The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills"); "DC Cupcakes" stars Katherine Kallinis and Sophie LaMontagne test Steve's baking skills; and motivational speaker Lisa Nichols counsels a couple.
Steve and Todd Chrisley help a single mother screen suitors for her daughter; Flex and Shanice offer a peek at their reality series; viewers receive makeovers. Also: a 14-year-old who delivered her sister's baby.
Steve helps a father find a good man for his daughter; a breast-cancer survivor is honored as a "Harvey's Hero." Also: a graduate of the Disney Dreamers Academy; an update on a 16-year-old boy's first date.
A "Romance at Any Age" edition puts the focus on a man who is haunted by his poor marriage proposal 22 years earlier; the cast of TV's "Baby Daddy" discuss dating in their 20s; Steve helps a 16-year-old boy land his first date.
Controversial headlines are discussed by a panel featuring Adrienne Moore, Kim Gravel and Carrie Keagan; Steve plays matchmaker for a salsa-dance champ. Also: tips to transform store-bought food into gourmet fare; a bridezilla from Season 2.
A woman who is preoccupied with physical appearance goes on blind dates in a pitch-black restaurant. Also: a 12-year-old goat-soap entrepreneur; a conversation about the public perception of plus-size women.
Steve launches a movement titled "Date Your Husband"; Steve tries to help a mother and her rebellious teen son. Also: a workout involving aerial silk hammocks; a divorced dad who became a social-media star.
Steve fields questions from Milwaukee viewers in an installment of "Ask Steve"; Steve unveils his dating Web-site; Steve honors a 12-year-old girl as his "Harvey's Hero." Also: Tyson Beckford and Boris Kodjoe, of the 2014 film "Addicted."
Steve and Pastor Paula White counsel a couple trying to get their relationship back on track; social-media personality Auntie Fee serves up favorite recipes. Also: a 6-year-old who aspires to be a talk-show host.
Steve interviews celebrity chef Paula Deen, who also serves up recipes with her sons, Jamie and Bobby; two sons play matchmaker for their mother. Also: success stories from Steve's mentoring camp; and eco-friendly purses made from dog fur.
Steve sets out to mend a New York woman's slumping dating life; Steve assesses guests' quirky habits. Also: a performance by Alex and Sierra, of "The X Factor"; a woman who became a viral sensation via her pose for paparazzi.
Steve squares off against a viewer in a "Diet Master Challenge"; Nicky Hilton delivers a fashion makeover to an audience member. Also: Lesley McSpadden, mother of shooting victim Michael Brown; and a girl who helped pass a state bill via cupcakes.
Steve helps a husband give his wife better birthday gifts; three firefighters compete in a culinary challenge; an engaged online couple meet for the first time; and Steve announces registration for his Disney Dreamers Academy.
"Make Over My Man Week" opens with Steve's wife, Marjorie, and Dr. Phil McGraw staging an intervention to address Steve's untidiness at home. Also: a professional bridesmaid; a man who tries to win back his former girlfriend.
Men's views on sex, dating, commitment and cheating are addressed; Steve's sense of smell is put to the test; a restaurant owner is honored for paying his employees after a fire destroyed the eatery. Also: a 9-year-old who survived an alligator attack.
Steve fields viewer questions via social media; undercover cameras capture three bachelors on dates; Steve reflects on his summer travels; hot topics are discussed by a panel consisting of Adrienne Moore, Kim Gravel and Carrie Keagan. Also: a 5-year-old golfer.
A surprise wedding proposal is featured in an edition of "Ask Steve and Receive"; Steve hosts a family barbecue at his home and introduces his new granddaughter; Steve honors an 11-year-old boy who purchases wheelchairs for people in need. Also: dating tips.
Steve shares the secrets to success and welcomes business moguls Nate Berkus, Heather Thomson and Alli Webb. Also: a backstage look at Steve's appearance on "Oprah's Lifeclass," featuring Oprah Winfrey; two mom inventors.
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