The Steve Harvey Show

Season 4 Episode 4

Little Stevie Blunder

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Aired Sunday 8:30 PM Oct 15, 1999 on The WB
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Little Stevie Blunder
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Steve pretends to be blind to impress a woman, and Bullethead enters the Miss Booker T. beauty pageant in the hopes of winning a new computer. Meanwhile, Lovita wants to know what's in a locked metal box she found in Cedric's closet.

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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

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Cedric: Aw, Steve. You're pretending to be blind? (follows Steve into the kitchen) Aren't you the one who dogged me for getting my mack on with a British accent?
        Steve: No. I dogged you for saying you were Sade's brother, Cede. (pronounced SAY day)

      • Steve: Ced, I got a problem. I just found out Regina and Ava are friends.
        Cedric: That's bad, dog.
        Steve: This is getting out of hand. It don't make sense. Regina knows every woman in the whole damn city, but not ONE man!

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    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Steve: No. I dogged you for saying you were Sade's brother, Cede (pronounced SAY day).

        Sade (her full name is Helen Folasade Adu, her stage name is pronounced SHAR day) is a famous R&B singer who was born in Nigeria and raised in England. Her hits include The Sweetest Taboo, No Ordinary Love, and Smooth Operator.

      • The title is a parody of the famous singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Stevie Wonder, who sung and played the piano despite his being born blind.

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