The Steve Harvey Show

Season 5 Episode 3

My Best Piggy's Wedding

Aired Sunday 8:30 PM Oct 22, 2000 on The WB
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My Best Piggy's Wedding
Steve, depressed and feeling jilted over Regina's impending nuptials, kicks his effort to get her back into high gear when he hears of their accelerated plans to elope. Meanwhile, Lovita tells Cedric to flirt with the female landlord of an apartment they want; and Lydia discovers that she was adopted.moreless

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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

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  • QUOTES (3)

    • (A downtrodden Steve enters the apartment and sees Cedric wearing a loud purple suit with a matching purple hat, gold shirt, gold tie, and black patent leather shoes with spats)
      Steve: Hi Ced.
      Cedric: I'm standing here dressed like this and all you can say is Hi Ced?
      Steve: I'm sorry, my bad. Hi dee hi dee hi dee hi.

    • Steve: For your information, I'm not alone. I happen to be having a very meaningful relationship with a couple of girls from the Internet. They think I'm a Half Black/Half Japanese lesbian, but that's beside the point.
      Bullethead: Oh my god! You're Yoko Washington?
      (Steve looks confused)
      Romeo: Mr. Hightower, we Peaches & Cream!!
      (Steve is completely embarrassed)

    • (In Regina's apartment trying to get her not to marry Jordon)
      Steve: Marry me, Regina. I love ya.

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    • Steve: I'm sorry. My bad. Hi dee hi dee hi dee hi.

      This is an allusion the hit song Minnie the Moocher written by Cab Calloway & Irving Mills and recorded by Cab Calloway & his Orchestra in 1930 and again in 1933.

    • The title is a parody of the 1997 romantic comedy film, My Best Friend's Wedding, starring Julia Roberts and directed by P.J. Hogan.