The Steve Harvey Show

Season 4 Episode 10

All About Steve

Aired Sunday 8:30 PM Jan 07, 2000 on The WB
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Episode Summary

All About Steve
Regina attends a symposium on education and leaves Steve in charge. He later realizes that supervising the entire school is a greater challenge than he expected. Meanwhile, Cedric and Lovita argue about their wedding plans.

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Steve Harvey (I)

Steve Harvey (I)

Steve "Big Daddy" Hightower

Cedric the Entertainer

Cedric the Entertainer

Cedric Jackie Robinson

Merlin Santana

Merlin Santana

Romeo Santana

William Lee Scott

William Lee Scott

Stanley "Bullethead" Kuznocki

Terri J. Vaughn

Terri J. Vaughn

Lovita Alizay Jenkins Robinson

Lori Beth Denberg

Lori Beth Denberg

Lydia Liza Gutman

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


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  • QUOTES (6)

    • Cedric: Sorry dog, I'm going to have to help Lovita with the wedding. She's having trouble doing her share.
      Lovita: Excuse you? If if wasn't for all my hard work, we'd be getting married in City Hall with your midget Aunt Myrtle as the flower girl.

    • Steve: Anyway, the record was scratched, so I just let it play. And that's how I created hip-hop.

    • Steve: (talking about himself) Who talked the lil schizophrenic girl down to three personalities?
      Regina Now that's true. We haven't had any more problems out of Lisa Carol Sally.

    • Steve: Martha Stewart says that dancing hoochies is appropriate, as long as they wearing white.

    • Regina: Last time I left, the kids had pitbull fighting in the cafeteria.
      Lovita: I lose a whole lot of money.

    • Cedric: Now I was just trying to explain that Henrietta cannot play football if she can't read her name on her jersey.
      Mrs Sims: And I keep trying to tell the coach here, Heisman Trophy first, ABC's second. MY BABY WAS BORN TO BLOCK!!
      Steve: Uh, Mrs Sims, I have seen Henrietta play and it is magnificent... and frightening.
      (Mrs Sims smiles with approval)
      Steve: But we have an academic policy for our athletes. Now this may sound a bit unreasonable but...she got to read!
      Mrs Sims: My Henrietta can read.
      Cedric: She calls her number 10 jersey, line and a circle.
      (Steve laughs hysterically until she stares at him)

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    • Title: All About Steve

      This is a play on the title of the 1950 movie All About Eve which features an Oscar and Golden Globe nominated performance by Bette Davis as a young woman who worms her way into the friendship web of a veteran stage actress.