A funeral director has a dating intervention; Judge Lynn Toler and Steve help a couple to decide whether they should split or recommit; Clint Hart from HGTV's "Fixer Upper."
Dorothy Wang and Malika Haqq ("Famously Single"); Joe Romeiro previews Discovery's "Shark Week"; a 5-year-old girl who has read more than 2,000 books.
Shirley Strawberry, Nephew Tommy, Junior, Carla Ferrell, Mississippi Monica and J. Anthony Brown ("The Steve Harvey Morning Show"); Steve helps a couple reignite their sex life.
Updates on the show's first guests; Steve catches up with memorable bad daters and parents who needed help to see if his advice ended up helping.
Steve's look back at segments featuring luxurious and outrageously expensive items; tips from millionaires on how to get rich.
Steve looks back at his favorite family-themed moments on the show; the Chrisleys vs. the Manzos in the kitchen; a family goes on a tech diet at an Amish farm; a dad and stepdad have different parenting styles; a huge military-family reunion.
Steve looks back on his favorite second-chance moments from the last five years of the show.
Steve gives viewers some instant satisfaction, combining the "befores" and "afters" of some of his favorite relationship-advice segments from the last five years.
Steve picks on his warm-up guy, Rubin Ervin, for the hour and reminisces over his favorite Rubin segments throughout the show's past five seasons.
Highlights include a kids edition of Ask Steve, helping single moms struggling with raising boys, kids trying to help their single moms find romance, and Steve's daddy-daughter dance.
Highlights of moments on the show that featured Steve's own family, including his wife Marjorie, his seven children and four grandchildren.
Show highlights of people doing outrageous things in the name of love include a woman named Monica, who is sent on extreme adventure dates, a lumberjack named Katie, who is in search of romance, and a cowgirl named Darlene.
Steve looks back at his favorite segments featuring twins; Steve's twin daughters, Brandi and Karli; Michelle and her twin daughters Brea and Breanna; 19-year-old triplets get a makeover.
Steve celebrates some of the show's most memorable moments; segments include the world's largest first date, a mass wedding with 50 brides, and a marriage proposal at Grand Central Station.
Steve's son-in-law Ben Raymond talks about his new book, "Playing the Game Without a Coach"; Steve celebrates his grandson B.J.'s first birthday; quadruplet brothers who will be going to Yale in the fall.
Doctors Terry Dubrow and Paul Nassif ("Botched"); a man is named a Harvey's Hero for raising money for a stranger to go to nursing school; motivational speaker Bill Wooditch helps a mom who says that her teenage son lacks motivation.
Steve takes a look back at his most memorable "Ask Steve" moments and takes new questions from the studio audience; TV personality Kelly Osbourne, Frank Grillo ("Kingdom") and chef Myron Mixon help Steve answer questions.
Steve helps a woman whose mother insists on planning her wedding; event planner Brian Green tells how to pull off the ideal wedding reception; Steve and DHerbs CEO A.D. Dolphin crown a winner in the "Big Day Bridal Challenge."
YouTube viral video personalities Justine Ezarik ("iJustine"), Harley Morenstein ("Epic Meal Time") and Bart Baker tell how they turned online views into well-paying jobs and help a woman get her YouTube channel off the ground.
Ne-Yo ("World of Dance"); Larenz Tate ("Deuces," "Power"); a woman helps other women reach their business dreams; a preview of new ABC show "Steve Harvey's FUNDERDOME"; cast members from "The Bachelor" compete on "Celebrity Family Feud."
Real-estate brokers Fredrik Eklund and Steve Gold ("Million Dollar Listing: New York"); money maven Patrice Washington teaches a mom to stop enabling her daughter's bad money habits; singer El DeBarge talks about his career and addiction.
A woman says her husband's career in puppeteering causes him to neglect her and their family; Cheryl Burke ("Dancing With the Stars," "Dance Moms"); a woman shows off her new figure after completing a Dherbs cleanse; benefits of doing a cleanse.
Dr. Ava Shamban performs a non-surgical rhinoplasty onstage; Kelly Rowland (book "Whoa, Baby!"); hands-on projects dads can do with their children for Father's Day.
Andy Cohen ("Watch What Happens Live," "Then and Now With Andy Cohen," "Love Connection"); what happens during commercial breaks; W. Kamau Bell ("The United Shades of America," book "The Awkward Thoughts of W. Kamau Bell").
Ashley Graham (book "A New Model"); the curvy panel with Hunter McGrady, Nicole Byer and Louise Green; a woman creates a runway boot camp to help boost women's confidence.
Steve and son-in-law Ben school a group of boys on the fundamentals of dating; Patti LaBelle performs a jazz song.
The authors of "The Ex-Wives' Guide to Divorce"; Steve taste tests fancy summer cocktails; Giovanna, Matt and Chance from Discovery's "Naked and Afraid XL"; an audience member wins a trip to Universal Orlando Resort.
Comic Gary Owen gives comedic advice on how to take the best family road trip ever; Jenni "JWoww" Farley ("Jersey Shore") gives relationship advice to some women with summer-themed situations; Steve taste tests guests' recipes for ribs.
A family of five gets a vacation; Steve helps two women learn the warning signs of a summer fling, with advice on how to turn it into a real relationship.
Josh Murray ("The Bachelorette") looks for someone new; Capt. Sandy Yawn and crew members Hannah Ferrier and Bobby Giancola from Bravo's "Below Deck Mediterranean"; sexy summer styles with EJ Johnson.
Steve helps a bikini model who is looking for a man with a good body and an even better heart; Steve's personal trainer gives advice on how to get a beach body; summer sex health questions with OB-GYN Dr. Streicher.
Hip-hop artist Faith Evans and her daughter, Chyna; "mom-ventors" compete for cash, presenting their products to Steve and business guru Amilya Antonetti; a "Steve Harvey" staffer surprises his wife for Mother's Day.
Three sisters desperately want to find their mother a boyfriend; Discovery's Richard Rawlings helps a widowed mom who had to take over her husband's auto mechanic business; a macaroni-and-cheese cook-off.
Author and TV personality Kelly Osbourne; Steve's wife, Marjorie, helps to honor moms with head-to-toe makeovers; supermodel Ashley Graham and her mom, Linda, celebrate Mother's Day on the "Steve Harvey" stage.
Steve surprises a woman who had a baby after years of infertility; a woman worries that her "mama's boy" fiance will never be able to put her and their child first; Mother's Day gift-giving guide; a family devotes a day to making mom feel special.
A mom creates derby hats to auction off for the Steve and Marjorie Harvey Foundation; Steve learns how to make his own derby hat.
Jake Johnson ("New Girl," "Win It All," "Mummy"); Steve's daughter Morgan helps a woman plan a birthday party for her 4- and 5-year-olds; Morgan's daughter Elle makes her TV debut; chef Carlos Gaytan gives a Cinco de Mayo cooking lesson.
Bela Gandhi teaches women about online dating and overhauls their dating profiles; a 6-year-old thanks her older brother for taking her to the daddy-daughter dance; 19-year-old entrepreneur and motivational speaker Jaylen Bledsoe's success story.
Steve meets a young fan and sits down with radio titan Charlamagne Tha God ("The Breakfast Club"); a former professional athlete adopts a homeless teen and helps him become a college basketball standout; Steve helps a woman find a good cop to date.
Steve answers teen boys' questions about the prom and helps a young man pull off the ultimate prom-posal; Monte Durham ("Say Yes to the Prom Dress").
HGTV's Jonathan and Drew Scott ("Property Brothers," "Brother vs. Brother"); siblings compete to see which duo knows each other best: Steve's daughters Brandi and Karli, Kim Gravel and sister Allisyn, or stylist Lawrence Zarian and twin, Gregory.
Misty Copeland (book "Ballerina Body"); young ballerinas perform; Steve learns to use the app "House Party"; a behind-the-scenes look at the Disney Dreamers Academy; Steve tells a young poet he will pay for his college education.
Musician Trey Songz; Hill Harper ("Homeland"); Steve names a doctor who treats patients without health insurance in Chicago and Haiti a Harvey's Hero.
Morris Chestnut ("Rosewood") and trainer Obi Obadike (book "The Cut"); an Uber driver tells of busting her boyfriend for having another girlfriend on the side; Steve helps a woman choose men who are not her "type."
"Eligible bachelor" Ryan Stew goes on a date; NFL star Myron Rolle discusses his inspirational life story and how he gives back; Drs. Diarra Blue, Aubrey Ross and Michael Lavigne ("The Vet Life") answer viewers' questions about their pets.
Three women in brand-new relationships follow three easy steps said to make men fall in love with them; Egypt Sherrod ("Property Virgins," "Flipping Virgins") advises a father-daughter duo who don't see eye to eye on big design decisions.
A woman wants her 24-year-old son to move out on his own; a man who helps people in need dress for success is named a Harvey's Hero; Steve helps a young woman decode misleading texts from her ex.
Model Hunter McGrady helps women who struggle with body image; Steve helps a young woman find a date so that she can stop being so clingy with her mom; a 7-year-old whose quick thinking saved his mother's life is named a Harvey's Hero.
Talk show host Maury Povich and Steve help a young woman identify who her father is in an onstage DNA reveal; Sanaa Lathan and writer/director Gina Prince-Bythewood ("Shots Fired").
Judge Lauren Lake ("Lauren Lake's Paternity Court") advises two couples who are ready to throw in the towel; a child gives tax advice; four brides-to-be kick off a weight-loss challenge.
Musician John Oates; Ryan Stew, "Chicago's most eligible bachelor," meets women; author Bill Wooditch gives career advice to a woman who feels that she is at a professional crossroads.
Caroline and Albert Manzo ("Manzo'd With Children") advise parents; psychotherapist Stacy Kaiser and Steve try to help a couple overcome infidelity and trust issues.
Single women want to know why they are attracting the wrong men online; Kim Gravel tells how to keep a relationship sexy.
Steve helps a man re-do a failed marriage proposal; pastor John Gray ("The Book of John Gray") helps two women in need of spiritual guidance in their relationships; a new parenting app spots potentially unsafe online behaviors.
Steve tries to find a date for a man who was pranked by his friends; Nev Schulman and Max Joseph ("Catfish"); a man works with young dads in urban communities to try to help break the cycle of absentee fathers.
Steve's daughters Karli and Brandi talk to young girls about dating and relationships; Steve talks with two teen boys and the man who broke up their fight.
Prosecutor Nancy Grace discusses Casey Anthony and O.J. Simpson news; Tia Mowry (book "Whole New You") shows Steve some healthy recipes in the kitchen; a sneak peek from two participants in Ellen DeGeneres' reality series, "First Dates."
Steve sits down with a man who has lived with his girlfriend for five years to advise him on whether they should marry; Danica McKellar ("The Wonder Years"); celebrity stylist Lawrence Zarian joins Steve for a spring fashion show.
BFFs try dating each other for 30 days; two 4-year-old boys get buzz cuts to play a trick on their teacher; a pregnant New York City woman gives a trophy to the man who gave up his subway seat for her.
Sherri Shepherd ("Trial and Error"); a married couple talk about their date do-over; La'Porsha Renae ("American Idol") is interviewed and performs.
Tanya Acker ("Hot Bench") and Steve help guests with tricky situations; Steve helps a married couple learn how to date each other again; an 11-year-old college student and classical soloist performs.
Holly Robinson Peete ("For Peete's Sake"); taking years off photos with filters; two mothers connect after a tragic loss.
Tips to ignite passion in one's relationship; the miraculous story of a two-time cancer survivor; Val Warner ("Windy City Live") talks about her recent weight loss challenge.
Single mom Suzanne introduces her new beau to her grown daughter; Steve's son-in-law Ben joins him to give a group of boys a little insight on young love.
An Atlanta cop looks for a man with the help of her family and friends; meeting undercover prisoners from the A&E docuseries "60 Days In."
A basketball bachelor looks for love; Sarah Merrill joins Steve for a social media class about memes; Jeff Musial shows Steve some tiny wild animals.
A returning guest, who has lost weight, asks for help finding a man; Josh Henderson ("The Arrangement"); motivational speaker Bill Wooditch discusses success and failure.
Steve gives his unique view on news headlines; a couple who talked about infidelity in an online video; women ask men questions about why men cheat; Ta'Rhonda Jones ("Empire"); non-invasive cosmetic procedures for swimsuit season.
The real people behind some truly bizarre news stories; Anika Noni Rose and Ruben Santiago-Hudson ("The Quad"); author Greg McKeown talks about work-life balance and advises a busy single mother.
Steve helps a woman find the right kind of man; chef Lawrence Page ("Hustle and Soul") makes hot fried chicken; Gaius Charles ("Taken"); life strategist Sheri Riley talks about achieving work-life balance.
The content officer and beauty director of Cosmopolitan Magazine give advice on beauty, fashion, dating and sex; audience members transform into Cosmo cover models.
A woman turns to Steve for help with her love life; audience members win trips; Irish cooking with chef Donal Skehan; a lottery winner featured on HGTV's "My Lottery Dream Home."
Marsai Martin ("Black-ish"); Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi offers advice to women with relationship issues; a woman makes it her life mission to help homeless people; Steve announces his "Sand & Soul Fest."
Theresa Caputo ("Long Island Medium"); overprotective brothers help Steve hand-pick dates for their sister and their mom; making a household a "smart home."
Steve assigns spoiled kids to work in a sausage factory for a day; Lynn Whitfield and Keith David ("Greenleaf"); Steve intervenes for two best friends who haven't spoken in two years.
Pairs try to take the leap from friendship to romance; Judge Patricia DiMango ("Hot Bench") offers bold, no-nonsense opinions on how to deal with viewers' sticky legal situations.
A former college basketball player chooses among eight men; "Steve Harvey" cameras go behind the scenes at "Little Big Shots"; pint-sized dancers show off their impressive skills.
Gabrielle Union ("Being Mary Jane"); Susan Kelechi Watson ("This Is Us"); Steve helps a woman who wants a second chance with her true love, after 20 years apart.
Actor David Oyelowo; comic Sinbad.
Kenan Thompson ("Saturday Night Live"); another installment of Steve's 30-Day Date Experiment, with best friends who may want to be more than just friends.
A man wants Steve's help in sizing up his cousin's boyfriend; "travel mom" Emily Kaufman suggests where to go for a romantic getaway.
Comic Mike Epps; Steve honors a teacher who created individual handshakes for each of his students; Steve helps a woman quit her job, allowing her to pursue her dreams.
Judd Hirsch and Jermaine Fowler ("Superior Donuts"); Inbar Lavi and Brian Benben ("Imposters"); Kym Whitley and Kim Gravel help a woman snoop through two bachelors' homes in order to choose which she should date.
Louie Anderson ("Family Feud"); Mykelti Williamson ("Fences"); Steve's daughter Morgan helps a first-time mom with advice on how to balance motherhood, her relationship and her job; Morgan shares recipes that take less than 30 minutes.
Three stories of men who have gone above and beyond to sweep their women off their feet; Steve provides a fail-proof plan for women on how to drive their man wild, with advice on how to make sure they get what they want too.
An over-the-top romantic marriage proposal on the "Steve Harvey" stage; young children talk about love, relationships and marriage; an engaged couple wait to tie the knot until the man's mother gives her blessing.
2017 Miss Universe Pageant footage that can be seen only on "Steve Harvey"; Steve and son-in-law Ben answer young boys' questions about love.
Moms work together to match up their sons and daughters, who will meet for the first time on the "Steve Harvey" stage.
Three popular bachelors return to the show to go on dates with women in the audience; a woman loses more than 100 pounds after her husband cheats on her; Steve's Valentine's Day gift-giving guide.
Comic Chris Tucker; three couples, married a combined 108 years, give away the secrets to a happy marriage.
An update with a 26-year-old woman who had never been kissed; journalist Tamron Hall starts a fund to support survivors of domestic violence; Defecio Stoglin, Matty Richards and Jasmine Orpilla ("Ghosts in the Hood").
A dermatologist performs procedures onstage; a single mother learns dating skills; a man convinces more than 200 KKK members to give up their racist lifestyle.
Cierra returns to the show to meet a new man; an update from a single mom who was the recipient of a rent-free home over the holidays; one of Steve's campers thanks Choice Hotels CEO Steve Joyce.
Men and women discuss topics that divide them; a taco-stand owner from Los Angeles shares his success story; delicious recipes for a detoxifying raw cleanse.
EJ Johnson ("EJNYC"); Steve's son-in-law, Ben Raymond, helps a single mother teach her two sons about manhood.
Updates on past guests; a hilarious conversation with a 101-year-old guest; four self-proclaimed nerds return, and one wants to propose to his girlfriend; a couple who went to marriage boot camp tell what happened afterward; dating disasters; a hero.
A 2016 Neighborhood Award recipient proposes to his girlfriend; a surprise visit from artist Maxwell; mastering the second date.
Anderson Cooper (book "The Rainbow Comes and Goes"); Saniyya Sidney ("Fences," "Hidden Figures," "Kevin Hart's Guide to Black History"); Keke Palmer (book "I Don't Belong to You").
Steve surprises a young woman with her online boyfriend; a woman wants to turn her overweight husband's health around, and Steve enlists Shaun T; Rushion McDonald makes no-bake apple-snowball bites.
Witney Carson ("Dancing With the Stars") helps a man propose to his wife, 20 years after he proposed in the drive-thru of a fast-food taco joint; Steve discusses life lessons; former prison inmates make up the staff of an upscale restaurant.
Kandi Burruss ("The Real Housewives of Atlanta") advises a couple about their love life; a principal turns an impoverished school into a safe haven for children; Pastor John Hannah (book "Desperate for Jesus") answers viewers' questions.
Nancy Grace (book "Murder in the Courthouse") and Steve tackle viewers' legal issues in a special edition of Harvey's Law; author Kendrick Shope ("Sell Like a Woman") tells women how to sharpen their sales skills.
Steve sets up a dating experiment for a woman who has never had a boyfriend; creative ways to express oneself in the cyber world and get noticed; making a bitmoji; people want to know if things they are doing are weird.
Kim Gravel (column "Gravel Mail"); Kandi Burruss ("The Real Housewives of Atlanta"); Judy Gold (podcast "Kill Me Now"); Bryshere Gray ("Empire," "The New Edition Story"); Patrice Washington (book "Real Money Answers for Every Woman").
Steve decodes a couple's arguments; producer Nely Galan tells her success story and advises a woman who was passed over for a promotion at work.
Four young people who make a difference in their communities; getting a tax refund in advance; comic Rubin Ervin; a married couple helps survivors of domestic abuse with free reconstructive surgery.
Steve celebrates the anniversary of his book "Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man" with updated advice for dating; WWE superstar David Otunga, Freddie Smith ("Days of our Lives") and comic Chico Bean ("Wild 'N Out") join the conversation.
Steve has no idea what to expect for his 60th-birthday show: musicians Stevie Wonder and Usher; Kym Whitley visits Cleveland; Steve's wife, daughters, son, grandson, sisters and brother; old friend Biggie rolls out a birthday cake.
Seth Meyers ("Late Night With Seth Meyers"); millennial college students debate topics involving gender roles.
Mothers discuss parenting teenagers; Nischelle Turner ("Entertainment Tonight") asks Steve to find a man for her 61-year-old mom, Miss Jacque.
A man says his friend is too nice and allows men to get away with bad behavior; getting winter vacation deals; communities mentor black and Hispanic youth; a 4-year-old internet sensation.
Steve helps a woman with her dating life by talking to her exes; Dr. Michael Salzhauer live-streams his cosmetic surgeries on Snapchat; a woman starts a foundation to help families adopt children; Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus performers.
Steve helps a woman find out where her relationship is heading; Bill Rancic (book "First Light"); a woman turns to Steve for help with her workaholic husband.
Actor Shemar Moore; Steve's "New Year, New Love" plan to help women land men; Steve intervenes on a woman who needs help with her dating life.
The "Long Island Medium," Theresa Caputo; stylists Ty Hunter and Raquel Smith; author Pat Smith.
Carrie Keagan from "The New Celebrity Apprentice"; update on Steve's progress with getting in shape; astrology and decision making.
Laila Alii and Jon Lovitz from "The New Celebrity Apprentice"; getting out of a dating rut.
Vivica A. Fox and dancers from "Vivica's Black Magic!"; finding love online; author Greg McKeown.
Fashion designer Rachel Zoe; Steve reunites a military family for Christmas; Steve's son Jason and his business partner give an update on their shoe line; holiday gifts for tech-savvy people.
Ashley Graham ("America's Next Top Model"); gifts for teenagers; Steve and fashion guru Lawrence Zarian help a single mother and her six children have a memorable Christmas.
Two women want to know if their relationship issues are deal-breakers or if their relationships are worth salvaging; gifts for food lovers; Ta'Rhonda Jones ("Empire") chooses a man to take to a holiday party.
A working mother of three young children gets extra-stressed at holiday time, and her husband does not chip in to help; Christmas photo shoots at the home of Steve's daughter Karli; the hottest toys of the season; a woman shows off her weight loss.
Alicia Keys ("The Voice"); Steve helps a homeless single mother get a home for the holidays; Steve's gift-giving guide; stylist Ty Hunter brings holiday fashion advice; Steve's wife, Marjorie, sells some of her luxury designer clothes.
Steve helps a businesswoman take a leap of faith; Giada De Laurentiis ("Giada's Holiday Handbook"); Brian McKnight is interviewed and performs; Joe Minoso ("Chicago Fire").
Heather's list of dating requirements is so long and ridiculous that the man she is looking for does not exist; Cynthia Bailey ("The Real Housewives of Atlanta"); Taniya Nayak ("The Great Christmas Light Fight").
A woman and her daughter cannot agree on how to run their business; Steve honors a Salvation Army worker as a Harvey's Hero for mentoring youth; Shemar Moore and Bill Bellamy ("The Bounce Back"); Greg McKeown (book "Essentialism"); ugly sweaters.
Comic Kathy Griffin (book "Kathy Griffin's Celebrity Run-Ins," TV special "New Year's Live"); TV personality Anderson Cooper; a man thanks a co-worker for her kindness.
Countess LuAnn de Lesseps ("The Real Housewives of New York City"); TV personality Carson Kressley (book "Does This Make My Butt Look Big?").
A family who cannot get along during the holidays; Judge Lauren Lake ("Lauren Lake's Paternity Court") helps viewers deal with breakups; finding the best bargains on Black Friday while escaping the madness surrounding the shopping day.
The finale of Steve's 30-Day Date experiment; Lisa Ling and Takita McKinney ("This Is Life") discuss women falling in love with men behind bars; two ways to prepare a Thanksgiving turkey without using the oven.
Oprah Winfrey discusses her career and gives a tour of her OWN headquarters; Kofi Siriboe, Rutina Wesley and Dawn-Lyen Gardner ("Queen Sugar").
Clips of Steve's last stand-up comedy appearance; David Alan Grier ("The Carmichael Show"); Julian McCullough ("Winging It"); the upcoming Turkey Day Classic football game between Alabama State University and Miles College.
Comic Margaret Cho; Common is interviewed and performs; comic D.C. Young Fly.
Comic Tim Allen ("Last Man Standing"); Dulcé Sloan, winner of StandUp NBC; Steve takes a look back at some of his own iconic standup moments.
Comic George Lopez; Taraji P. Henson (" Empire"); Fortune Feimster ("The Mindy Project").
Comics D.L. Hughley, Cedric the Entertainer, Guy Torry and Mike Epps; the late Bernie Mac's family.
Steve takes questions via Skype from military members in Kuwait and Iraq; Steve helps a veteran get a job offer and a home; comic Rubin Ervin goes to boot camp and gets a family reunion.
Three couples have histories they must confront before they can move forward; Omar Epps ("Almost Christmas"); holiday smoothies.
Fitness trainer Jorge Cruise helps Steve to lose weight; Michael Ealy ("Secrets and Lies"); authors Betty Bynum and Joshua Drummond ("I'm a Brilliant Little Black Boy"); a 13-year-old chef raises money for a new school kitchen and food lab.
Steve gives his comedic take on all of the crazy things that have happened in the presidential race; Steve helps an election volunteer find a date; Steve talks to young children about politics; Andre Holland ("Moonlight").
Karli, Ben and little BJ stop by; the people behind some of Steve's favorite viral videos.
NBA star Earvin "Magic" Johnson; Mark Cuban ("Shark Tank"); A.D. Dolphin, Dherbs Inc., gives each audience member $1,000.
Bethenny Frankel ("The Real Housewives of New York City"); the Food Network's Lorraine Pascale; A.D. Dolphin, Dherbs Inc.
Singer Kelly Clarkson ("American Idol," book "River Rose and the Magical Lullaby"); Sara Blakely, Spanx; a teacher helps to raise money to buy each of her students a bicycle; life coach Doreen Rainey.
Steve's new book, "Jump," encourages people to follow their dreams; model and business mogul Tyra Banks.
Shari Headley and Vanessa Bell Calloway ("Coming to America"); Ta'Rhonda Jones ("Empire"); Jeff Musial brings African animals; magician Mat Franco ("America's Got Talent").
Tyler Perry, Lexy Panterra, Yousef Erakat, Brock O'Hurn and Diamond White ("Boo! A Madea Halloween"); a 9-year-old photographer.
Terry Crews ("Ultimate Beastmaster," "Brooklyn Nine-Nine"); Steve lip synchs with the O'Jays as his backup singers; author Greg McKeown teaches viewers about essentialism.
A mentoring program for teen girls; Miss USA Deshauna Barber; Steve's daughter Morgan makes a Jamaican dish; Olympian Usain Bolt; Chrissy Metz ("This Is Us"); Stefun Darts goes to college.
Steve's son-in-law Ben Raymond mentors fatherless boys; Robert Frank ("The Secret Lives of the Super Rich") gives a glimpse into the homes of some super-wealthy celebrities.
Three women are willing to give their ex-boyfriends another chance; Keesha Sharp ("Lethal Weapon"); Chicago news anchor LeeAnn Trotter brings a heartwarming news story.
Comic Wanda Sykes; a restaurant manager helps a struggling single mother of five; NeNe Leakes ("Fashion Police") gives women relationship advice.
A couple in a long-distance relationship reunite after four years; preventing a heart attack; unusual animals that are becoming popular as household pets.
A hypnotist and her daughter help a single mother with a difficult child; NFL star Kordell Stewart; romance guru Bela Gandhi demonstrates new dating apps.
Sterling K. Brown ("This Is Us"); Bill and Giuliana Rancic help a single mother revamp her struggling restaurant; porn addiction threatens to ruin a couple's marriage.
A boy spends two years growing out his hair to donate to a young person who had lost hair from chemotherapy; Gary and Kenya Owen ("The Gary Owen Show"); Steve tries to change an Elvis impersonator; a police officer buys a single mom a used car.
Church members take on some of a pastor's responsibilities; a teen honors his favorite teacher as a Harvey's Hero; Hannah Kasulka ("The Exorcist").
Reality TV star Siggy Flicker, Dr. Jenn Mann ("Couples Therapy") and Judge Lynn Toler ("Divorce Court") answer women's questions about divorce.
Steve makes a man have a date on the "Steve Harvey" stage; chef Rick Bayless prepares food inspired by Julia Child; money maven Patrice Washington helps a woman who is too charitable; an update on past guests.
ABC News' Deborah Roberts and comic Sarah Colonna advise stepfamilies; singer Kellie Pickler.
Moms have a relaxing day at a spa while their husbands try to take care of everything at home; Ta'Rhonda Jones ("Empire"); an 8-year-old track star meets Olympians.
Steve helps Jenny rebound from her called-off wedding by surprising her with friends, family, and two bachelors, one of whom she'll pick for a date; lifestyle expert Kelli Zink Levy.
Shemar Moore ("Criminal Minds"); Steve and Shemar assist women who are frustrated by bad dating experiences and are ready to call it quits on dating.
Nate Parker ("The Birth of a Nation"); "Spa Week" vacation giveaways with Emily Kaufman; Gary and Kenny Ripka ("Deadliest Catch: Dungeon Cove").
Steve helps two women in need of relationship advice by assembling a unique focus group; a women uses extreme couponing as the basis for her charity.
Nicole Byer ("Girl Code," "Loosely Exactly Nicole"); Tess Holliday; Kim Gravel; Dascha Polanco ("Orange Is the New Black"); Steve helps a curvy woman date; designer Tim Snell.
Josh of "Love at First Kiss"; Lupita Nyong'o ("Queen of Katwe"); a woman who saved the lives of a mother and child; actors Kwame, Kwesi and Kofi Siriboe.
Steve helps a male exotic dancer find a woman who is comfortable with his line of work; a couple adopt the four young children of a friend who passed away; stylist Lawrence Zarian brings the latest looks for fall.
A guest who looks just like Steve; a woman creates an anti-gang program for teens; three heroes make a huge difference in Chicago; past guest Michelle returns with a recap of her most recent date; Steve makes it rain cash and prizes.
A woman who works with the Mogul Academy in Chicago; Steve gives a woman new dating techniques and sends her out on a date; Steve and experts try to motivate teens to graduate from high school on time.
A woman creates an organization to help people with Down syndrome and their parents; Steve and Pastor John Hannah counsel an unhappy couple; Verdine White of Earth Wind & Fire; Steve surprises a young fan.
Steve helps a man propose to his unsuspecting friend; a 9-year-old girl helped to save the life of a newborn baby; Jussie Smollett ("Empire").
A town hall regarding race and policing: police officers, members of the Black Lives Matter movement, victims of police violence and concerned citizens discuss bridging the gap between communities and law enforcement.
Kristin Cavallari takes a woman to a tailgating party to meet men; alternative medicine treatments cryotherapy and cupping; John David Washington ("Ballers"); a backstage look at "Little Big Shots"; a 5-year-old poet.
Basketball legend Earvin "Magic" Johnson, his wife, Cookie (book "Believing in Magic"), and two of their children, EJ and Elisa ("EJ NYC").
A comical look at the day's headlines; wives air their grievances, then Steve talks to their husbands about how to keep them happy; Omari Hardwick and Joseph Sikora ("Power"); Steve's Mentoring Camp for Boys.
Martha Stewart (book "Vegetables"); Dr. Drew Pinsky intervenes when guests fear that their loved ones are addicted to the game "Pokémon Go"; Steve's annual golf tournament.
Ordinary people weigh in on topics of gender roles that divide people; subjects Maryum Ali, Monalisa and Sheri of the docu-series "60 Days In" discuss being under cover behind bars; Josh of "Love at First Kiss."
The casts of "Chrisley Knows Best" and "Manzo'd With Children"; a woman meets the four teens who rescued her after a car accident; funny and awkward family photos.
Sheryl Underwood ("The Talk"); Judy Gold ("Kill Me Now" podcast); Liz Hernandez ("Access Hollywood"); Regina Hall ("When the Bough Breaks"); a woman helps former foster children transition into adult life; hip-hop/ballet dancers perform.
Mel B ("America's Got Talent") helps Steve judge the talent of two young performers; three viewers trained by Dolvett Quince have their final weigh-in; Uber; Ross Gardner's weight loss.
Updates on couples involved in the "summer of sex" experiment; an update on three women who learned they were sisters on the show; The Neighborhood Awards.
Singer Dolly Parton; Steve helps a bull-rider meet men; barbecue master Myron Mixon helps Steve judge pulled pork; a cowboy who lassoed a would-be thief is a Harvey's Hero.
"Family Feud" contestants who have become viral-video stars; NeNe Leakes and Sheryl Underwood ("Celebrity Family Feud").
NBA star LeBron James; comic Jay Leno; Olympian Simone Manuel; Tika Sumpter and Parker Sawyers ("Southside With You"); a 9-year-old photographer interviews John Legend.
Scientists help to differentiate science from science fiction on eye creams, cryotherapy, color blindness, and whether redheads are going extinct; DLOW demonstrates his newest dance; a life coach tells how to stay motivated; back-hair models.
Steve revisits the topic of gun violence in Chicago with previously unaired footage and updates on guests from his February 2016 gun-violence town hall episode; unsolved murders; rappers Ty Money and King Louie talk about the city's violence.
Best friends break up after one decides to participate in the reality show "Sorority Sisters"; vacations on which the focus is on pampering oneself; author Alan Fox helps a woman to decide if she should end her relationship with her man.
Olympian Aja Evans' bobsledding team and her sister Rachael Evans choose a date for her; a rogue cop who served time in prison and a good cop who bought a car seat for a man he pulled over; author Alan Fox and young philanthropists.
Women who have had very bad luck dating give up on love; a woman loses 131 pounds; a teen loses 325 pounds.
Women concerned about their sister's love life set her up with a man; a woman marries the man who donated part of his liver to her; the life of someone with obsessive-compulsive disorder.
Larry Birkhead talks about model Anna Nicole Smith and their daughter; Sisters With Voices (SWV) are interviewed and perform; a family talks about the aftermath of the $6 million birthday party the father threw for his 15-year-old daughter.
A pastor's husband stops going to church and declares himself an agnostic; three co-workers who are at odds turn to Steve for help.
An obsessed neat-freak derails his own sex life; a great-great-grandmother writes a romance novel; Steve invites a heroic subway worker to join him for a meal on a sidewalk; Steve crowns the best deep-dish pizza in Chicago; a hog-calling champion.
A 1970s-themed episode; Steve turns four self-proclaimed nerds into self-confident men; Team USA teaches Steve the sport of curling; a woman tells Steve she loves her man, but he is too sexy.
Steve interacts with the studio audience during commercial breaks; comic Ruben; Tiffany Pollard and her mother; Sister Patterson; Steve's thoughts about interviewing Lorena Bobbitt; behind-the-scenes staff; Steve's inspirational words.
The sex edition of "Is It Weird?"; a romance tutorial on the set; Steve tests several "love" products on the show; a lewd Thanksgiving-cooking segment; racy conversations with Sherri Shepherd and Martha Stewart.
Ridiculous exercise routines and fitness trends Steve has had to try on the show; outrageous beauty regimens; cameras follow Steve as he gets his first colonoscopy; atrocious Halloween outfits include a Munsters-themed makeover for a family.
A montage of Steve's favorite moments with children on the show; the worst dater in Missouri; 100-year-old best friends; Miriam and Bates, from "Breaking Amish."
Steve's favorite segments: the 500th episode montage, a family coping with a 48-hour tech ban, teaching Lori and Wynton to drive, the Date Your Husband campaign, the first-ever Just One More Thing segment.
Interviews with President Barack Obama and wife Michelle; the worst dater in Ohio; the wedding of 50 couples on the show; Steve helps a man take a professional leap; Steve and Wynton compete against each other in bubble suits.
Surprise moments: marriage proposals, weddings, giveaways, reunions, Steve's birthday shows, and his grandchildren's debut appearances on the show.
An hour of past segments that did not go as planned includes guests Ellen DeGeneres, Brandi Glanville ("The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills"), YouTube's Auntie Fee, Jerry Seinfeld, and the Queen of Prancercise.
Melissa Rivers ("Fashion Police"); cleansing the body of toxins and getting in shape for summer; Ginuwine is interviewed and performs; summer recipes using a portable propane smoker.
Men compete for the title of Dad of the Year; Jason Harvey reveals his women's shoe line; Montell Jordan performs.
Singer Bobby Brown; Kym Whitley ("Raising Whitley," "Young and Hungry"); set designer Mikel Welch makes a pergola; Janell Inez makes iced coffee.
Comic Mike Epps (TV's "Uncle Buck"); a wife and mother has a "potty mouth"; Susan Lucci and Dania Ramirez ("Devious Maids"); singer Keith Sweat is interviewed and performs.
Boy band New Edition members Johnny Gill, Ralph Tresvant, Michael Bivins, Ronny DeVoe and Ricky Bell are interviewed and perform; a child who met the president; a young woman with two older boyfriends; a young man pays off his grandparents' mortgage.
Destiny Global CEO Dani Johnson talks about becoming a millionaire after being homeless and helps a single mother overcome similar obstacles; Ted Williams, a homeless man with a "golden voice" whose story went viral; dancer Adrianne Haslet-Davis.
Couples take an oath to make love every day for 90 days; relationship therapist Dr. Laura Berman; beauty expert Michelle Park discusses aphrodisiacs; Berman tries to help a couple repair their broken marriage after the husband's affair.
Stories of people who found love in unexpected places; two college students who documented their courtship on Snapchat; two siblings seek Steve's help in finding a man to date their mother; apps for finding summer love; TV host Sherri Shepherd.
Actress Jane Lynch discusses memorable roles and her cabaret-style show; a man goes on four dates in a day to try to get over the woman who broke his heart; a man tells his wife that, after losing weight, he is eligible to donate his kidney to her.
Bishop Eddie Long (book "The Untold Story"); Bill and Giuliana Rancic help a married couple trying to run a business together; Timothy Snell ("Curvy Style With Timothy Snell").
Todd Chrisley ("Chrisley Knows Best") monitors a woman's date; an engaged couple cannot agree on anything about their wedding; David Otunga demonstrates simple exercises that can be done at the beach; Lalah Hathaway is interviewed and performs.
Pastor John Hannah gives advice to people facing dilemmas; a 9-year-old golf champion; a woman reunites with her middle school sweetheart.
Talk-show hosts Jerry Springer and Steve Wilkos; a compilation of outrageous moments from Springer's show; a complex family drama; a guest reveals his crush on an unsuspecting woman; a couple ask their wedding guests to donate to charity.
Four women want a 90-day break from sex; Dr. Laura Berman provides advice; Steve's wife's fashion tips; two inventors compete for cash; "Travel Mom" Emily Kaufman gives an audience member a trip to Peru.
Favorite and memorable guests return with updates on how their lives have changed since they first appeared on the show; "Travel Mom" Emily Kaufman gives an audience member a trip to Botswana.
Race car driver James Hinchcliffe; a couple runs a summer camp that changes lives; Steve's wife Marjorie and daughter Lori and their trainers show how they lost weight; "Travel Mom" Emily Kaufman gives an audience member a trip.
Terrence "J" Jenkins ("Coupled"); Myron Mixon ("Smoked") shows how to make St. Louis-style spare ribs on the grill; sexy summer hairdos; a woman who protected a playground full of children from a shooter; "Travel Mom" Emily Kaufman.
Jasmine Guy, Kadeem Hardison, Cree Summer, Charnele Brown and Darryl Bell ("A Different World"); an all-female panel discusses the controversial topic of hair.
Entertainer Charo; John Wayne Bobbitt reacts to ex-wife Lorena's interview; three high school seniors have been accepted to nearly 80 colleges; Steve helps women figure out what their relationship statuses should be.
Ralph Carter, BernNadette Stanis, Jimmie Walker, Johnny Brown and Ja'net DuBois ("Good Times"); women who had cosmetic procedures done on the show meet men; a teen saves the life of his neighbor by pulling him from a burning house.
Entertainers Bret Michael and Flavor Flav; TV executive Cris Abrego (author, "Make It a Reality"); a woman wants Steve to fix her twin sister's dating life.
Salt-N-Pepa are interviewed and perform; Kid 'N Play; gender roles.
Steve's daughter Karli and her new husband, Ben Raymond; Kandi Burruss ("The Real Housewives of Atlanta"), Dr. Lauren Streicher and Countess LuAnn de Lesseps ("The Real Housewives of New York City") answer questions about pregnancy and birth.
A dating intervention for a woman who comes on too strong; two millennials use social media and technology to help those in need; Jeff Musial brings a vulture, an African bullfrog, an armadillo, an arctic fox and a kinkajou.
Kelly Rowland ("Chasing Destiny"); a teen who stopped a robbery becomes a Harvey's Hero; a stripper's girlfriend says he will have to change his ways for their relationship to work.
Steve's twin daughters, Karli and Brandi; twin guests Delpha and Delerice return; identical twins who look like Bradley Cooper tell of crashing A-list parties; stylist Lawrence Zarian and his twin brother, Gregory, help two sets of twins with style.
Dr. Jenn Mann ("Family Therapy With Dr. Jenn") talks with reality star Tiffany Pollard and her mother, Michele Rothschild-Patterson, and Dina and Michael Lohan; a woman goes on an interracial date; a 4-year-old preacher.
Steve tackles crazy headlines; Dolvett Quince ("The Biggest Loser") brings former contestants who wish to mentor others; a 10-year-old pianist; Pastors Rich and DawnCheré ("Rich in Faith") counsel newlyweds.
The 22nd annual Essence Fest; a man does not get along with his 12-year-old stepson, straining the whole family; young ballet dancers; a woman who is rude to the men she dates gets another chance.
Steve's comedic take on the headlines; a woman is rude to the men she dates; skateboarding young Japanese siblings; a college football player is a children's book author.
A man who has never been kissed learns to better connect with women; an 11-year-old gymnast; a woman wants to open a hair salon; a 3-year-old football enthusiast.
A 10-year-old cup stacker; children ages 6 through 9 discuss pop culture, love, relationships and politics; a young salsa-dancing duo; an 11-year-old chef; a 7-year-old computer whiz; Steve's fan mail from children.
Six men answer women's relationship questions; designer Danny Seo tells how to "go green"; advice columnist Kim Gravel, Nischelle Turner ("Entertainment Tonight") and comic Judy Gold discuss the day's headlines.
Kym Whitley ("Raising Whitley") discusses a dating experiment; Steve helps a woman with low dating standards; a master distiller is honored as a female groundbreaker.
Kendra Wilkinson and Hank Baskett ("Kendra on Top"); Jordan Smith ("The Voice") discusses his life and performs; Bela Gandhi helps a young woman's mother-in-law find a man.
Steve gives his comedic take on the day's headlines; Dr. Drew Pinsky and two young women from "Teen Mom 2" answer questions from teen mothers; Judge Patricia DiMango ("Hot Bench") advises viewers in predicaments; Steve works out for charity.
Steve's comedic take on the headlines; a couple deal with role reversal at home; Larenz Tate ("Game of Silence"); Kristin Cavallari ("Laguna Beach," "The Hills"); Rushion McDonald discusses becoming a baker.
Steve's comedic take on the headlines; a career woman dresses provocatively outside of her work life; teens turn their dreams into businesses.
A couple say politics get in the way of their love; a couple keep their love strong despite being on different sides of the political spectrum; parents are desperate to save their 17-year-old son's life; a teen overcomes bullying on social media.
Inventor Joy Mangano gives guidance to entrepreneurs; Steve analyzes a woman's bad dating habits; sisters Andréa and Robin McBride take the wine world by storm.
A couple talks about staying celibate for a year; a woman and her three daughters are worried that their son and brother will die from his heroin addiction.
Steve shares the comeback story of a basketball player who served time in prison; online celebrities share suggestions for social media stardom; health tips include suggestions for a body cleanse inside and out.
Steve and online dating guru Bela Gandhi talk about finding love via social media, regardless of age; a family whose boat caught fire gets to thank the fishermen who saved their lives at sea.
Steve tries to provide perspective to a couple arguing over the same issues all the time; two young entrepreneurs present their products to Steve and two business experts in a bid to win $10,000.
John Weisbarth and Zack Giffin ("Tiny House Nation"); a family of five who live in a tiny house; a 4-year-old expert on U.S. presidents; a couple discuss the stress of living together; wrestler David Otunga discusses health and lifestyle changes.
Actor Taye Diggs discusses racial identity; a woman who became clinically dead due to a pulmonary embolism discusses her experience of the afterlife; a woman confronts her boyfriend, who is dragging his feet on a marriage proposal.
Steve helps a woman who has not had success with the men she is meeting online; popular travel destinations famous for shopping; a woman confronts her friend-with-benefits with an all-or-nothing ultimatum.
Top 10 secrets of self-made millionaires; motivational speaker Johnny Wimbrey shares his inspirational story and gives money to an inventor; author Patrice Washington gives financial advice; the Act Like a Success conference.
Steve gives his comedic take on the headlines; a mother, father and stepmother learn better methods of co-parenting; a young woman with a single mother gets a crash course in dating; a police officer who saved a baby's life.
Steve's 30-Day Date experiment results; WWE star David Otunga discusses small dietary and lifestyle changes that can yield big results; entrepreneurs tell inventors how to turn passion projects into businesses.
Todd Chrisley ("Chrisley Knows Best") helps Steve give women relationship advice; Steve assists a man and his son who do not get along; life coach Rhonda Britten.
Cuba Gooding Jr. ("The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story"); Steve puts his comedic spin on the headlines; Carmice returns to show how her dates went and which man she plans to date again; viral video star meteorologist Byron Miranda.
Steve's comedic take on trending topics; Jerrod Carmichael, David Alan Grier, Loretta Devine, Tiffany Haddish and Amber Stevens West ("The Carmichael Show"); stylist Lawrence Zarian discusses Easter Sunday fashion.
Rodney and Holly Robinson Peete ("For Peete's Sake"); comic Judy Gold, singer Michelle Williams and reality star Kim Gravel discuss outrageous news stories.
Ron Goldman's father and sister discuss their memories of O.J. Simpson's trial for his murder; Simpson's former houseguest Kato Kaelin looks back at his involvement in the case; dating trends to reconsider; entrepreneur Teneshia Jackson Warner.
Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton, Flint mayor Karen Weaver, a doctor, a state senator, a water consultant and an investigative journalist discuss the disaster in Flint, Mich., where residents have fallen ill from city water contaminated by lead.
A dermatologist performs cosmetic procedures on single women so they will feel confident to date; a 6-year-old master speller from Steve's new prime-time show, "Little Big Shots"; Steve and Dr. Laura Berman help a bickering couple.
NFL star James Harrison joins a panel of parents debating child-rearing techniques; a woman meets her fiance's "work wife" for the first time.
Kym Whitley ("Raising Whitley") hosts a "Recycle My Ex" party; nutritionist Joy Bauer shows how to make healthier versions of foods; a 6-year-old basketball prodigy hopes to be the first female in the NBA.
Dr. Drew Pinsky; a hidden camera bullying experiment; non-profits helping people who are bullied or who witness it; a bullied girl and her mom present a cautionary tale for other families; stopping before sending hateful messages on social media.
Friends make a woman who is having a hard time getting over her ex come to see Steve Harvey, who sets her up on dates; a U.S. Navy veteran makes sure fallen soldiers and their families are not forgotten; actor Ken Jeong ("Dr. Ken"); raising twins.
Hugh Jackman and Taron Egerton ("Eddie the Eagle"); hot headlines; Steve honors Alex Levesque, who helps teens learn to restore old cars.
Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton; Irina Krush, the first American woman to earn the Grandmaster title in chess; a woman who looks just like her 16-year-old twin daughters.
Women over 30 provide relationship, family and career advice to women in their 20s, including two sisters in a long-standing feud; Steve gives advice to his 20-year-old self.
Ray J and Princess Love ("Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood"); the conclusion of Steve's Fitness Face-Off.
Steve makes couples move in together for an experiment; students thank their professor for mentoring them.
Undercover cameras reveal whether strangers will step in when they see a teen being bullied or a man being verbally abusive to his girlfriend; maximizing the online dating experience; Theresa Caputo ("Long Island Medium") surprises a fan.
Kim Gravel ("Gravel Mail"); comic Judy Gold; singer Michelle Williams; Patrice Washington (book "Real Money Answers for Every Woman") provides financial advice to millennials.
A focus group of diverse women provides advice to women in tough situations; Christine, Sara and Kimberly ("From the Bottom Up").
Town-hall style conversation about gun violence in Chicago; Pastor Corey Brooks; Father Michael Pfleger; journalist Brandon Smith; former high school principal Elizabeth Dozier; ex-rival gang members Brandon Jackson and Curtis Toler; Valerie Jarrett.
Single former guests return and are paired off on dates; the results of a dating intervention; a male model gets a date with a woman in the audience.
A woman says she attracts all the wrong men and wants help turning around her dating life; a husband has amnesia for three years; Dr. Laura Berman ("Quantum Love").
Sisters obsessed with appearance are set up on dates with men who are made up to look unattractive; a mailman rescues a 7-year-old girl from the jaws of an attacking dog; an alligator wrangler looks for love.
A focus group of men watches three women on their dates; Rielle Hunter discusses her relationship with former presidential hopeful John Edwards; Steve surprises a super fan.
A bride's father invites her stepfather to join him in giving her away; dueling dads are unable to agree on how to raise three boys; a woman hates her fiance's fashion sense; male birth control; couples living in tiny houses.
Three couples must date for 30 days straight; musician L.A. Reid (book "Sing to Me"); the founder of Guitars Over Guns Operation, a music mentorship program pairing artists with at-risk youth, is honored as a Harvey's Hero.
A panel of religious leaders discusses choosing faith over fear; a young Christian woman spends a day with a Muslim-American woman; a survivor of a mass shooting at a Colorado Planned Parenthood; a woman who lost her grandfather in a church shooting.
Challenges interracial couples face; friends discourage African-American Taneshia from expanding her dating options by looking outside her race; a Lakota woman reunites with her daughter, her black boyfriend and their children; a marriage proposal.
Two brothers join Steve to conduct a dating intervention for their sister, who always dates the "player" type; filmmaker Spike Lee discusses "Chi-Raq" and his reasons for boycotting the Academy Awards; activist Father Michael Pfleger.
Filmmakers of "8 Days" and women who survived sex slavery discuss human trafficking; a high school dropout tells of his life turning around after he read Steve's book; author Anna-Karin Bjorklund discusses decoding dreams.
Comic Marlon Wayans ("50 Shades of Black"); advice for single mothers facing big issues with their children; teen sexting.
Young professionals who have made millions of dollars share the secrets to their success; the lavish lifestyle of a young millionaire; a teen's strike-it-rich idea.
Bill and Giuliana Rancic and Marjorie Harvey offer marital advice to audience members; how to recreate favorite couples' looks.
Some of People magazine's "50 Sexiest Men of Tinder"; a woman tells of fighting off an intruder by using a giant sword; former teacher Christine Scarlett, who made headlines when she had her student's baby.
Panelists discuss the latest news headlines and whether viewers should worry; Jon Gosselin ("Jon & Kate Plus 8") discusses his life since the show ended.
Musician Kyle Norman and his wife, Marrika, discuss his arrest and charge of assaulting her; Judge Patricia DiMango ("Hot Bench") helps viewers with difficult legal matters.
Stepmom Summit 2.0 explores blended families and features a panel that includes Deborah Roberts and comedian Sarah Colonna; country-western star Kellie Pickler talks about her appearance on "Celebrity Family Feud."
Three people in a romantic relationship with each other; Dr. Laura Berman offers insight; trending topics; personal finance consultant Patrice Washington (book "Real Money Answers for Every Woman"); an update on an entrepreneur.
Miss Colombia Ariadna Gutiérrez, whom Steve mistakenly announced had won the Miss Universe pageant, tells him how she feels and the reactions of her family and fellow Colombians; Hoda Kotb (book "Where We Belong").
Steve addresses his stint as host of the Miss Universe pageant and answers questions from the audience; Miss Universe Pia Wurtzbach, of the Philippines; Miss USA Olivia Jordan; people who have won millions of dollars in lotteries.
The show's producers plan surprises for Steve's birthday; Steve's grandson Noah makes his TV debut; Kirk Franklin performs; musician T.I. helps Steve give financial assistance to a single mom; Steve's elementary school classmates; author Alan Fox.
Singer Angie Stone and daughter Diamond discuss their damaged relationship, and a psychotherapist weighs in; the entrepreneur who invented the ZipTank.
Steve reunites a woman with a man whom she had a crush on 10 years ago; Scheana Shay, Tanisha Thomas and Judy Gold discuss trending topics; a woman helps homeless children.
The good and bad sides of social media; Dorothy Wang ("Rich Kids of Beverly Hills"); DeStorm Power ("Punk'd"); Ellis Hamburger teaches Steve to use Snapchat.
Hidden camera situations are designed to find people who do the right thing when the opportunity presents itself; a man tells what he is doing to help change his crime-ridden Milwaukee neighborhood; the first woman MLB coach; Hundred Handed performs.
Trainers Jorge Cruise and Lacey Stone compete to get teams to lose weight; a pole-dancing attorney's dating intervention continues.
A woman gives her friend a dating intervention; past guest Billy returns and gets a chance to have stronger relationships with all of his children; Steve's Motivational Minute.
Drs. Lauren Streicher and Travis Stork ("The Doctors") offer health advice; Al Roker ("Today") and wife Deborah Roberts ("20/20"); CEO Amilya Antonetti advises an entrepreneur.
NFL star Ray Lewis helps a young man making bad decisions; author Lisa Nichols counsels a married couple; Steve checks in with a couple who wed on his ranch two years ago.
Sticking to New Year's resolutions; hip-hop preacher Eric Thomas; Dolvett Quince ("The Biggest Loser"); Medal of Honor recipient U.S. Army Captain Florent Groberg, who defeated a suicide bomber.
Steve tries to help Missouri's worst dater, Jocelyn, who has vowed to remain celibate until marriage; Moe Cason discusses barbecue trends; Lorena Bobbitt talks about moving on with her life after the notorious crime she committed 20 years ago.
The year's hottest technology gifts; Todd Chrisley ("Chrisley Knows Best"); executive producer Rushion McDonald makes banana foster monkey bread.
The year's hottest toys for teens; a man wants to get his ex back for Christmas; twin sisters have very different lives; texts with hilarious autocorrect fails.
The year's hottest toys for children; singer Patti LaBelle and fan James Wright Chanel; a holiday-themed military reunion.
A gift-giving guide; Steve helps a woman analyze her past relationships; a woman who spreads holiday cheer to soldiers stationed around the world becomes a Harvey's Hero; Katherine Kallinis Berman and Sophie Kallinis LaMontagne ("DC Cupcakes").
A holiday gift-giving guide; Steve presents a hard-working single mother with a home and a special Christmas for her family; India.Arie performs.
Steve gives a woman the opportunity to talk with her ex face-to-face; Marissa Hermer ("Ladies of London"); Steve surprises a job hunter with an employment interview.
Omarosa Manigault ("Celebrity Apprentice"); Tiffany Pollard ("Flavor of Love," "I Love New York"); trending topics; Kym Whitley ("Raising Whitley").
Shannon and David Beador ("The Real Housewives of Orange County"); Tina and Teddy Campbell ("Mary Mary"); Tank, Meagan Holder, Danielle Nicolet and Eva Marcille ("Born Again Virgin"); the founder of the Black Fathers Facebook group.
An interview with singer Cee Lo Green Green, designer Nate Berkus, Pastors Rich and DawnCheré Wilkerson ("Rich in Faith").
Rickey Smiley ("Dish Nation," "Rickey Smiley for Real"); Todd Wilbur shows how to make a Chick-Fil-A chicken sandwich; an 11-year-old boy helps less fortunate children; Jeremiah Brent ("Home Made Simple"); hilarious notes kids write to Santa.
Mariah Carey ("A Christmas Melody"); the mother of very premature twins gets a makeover, a trip and money; Steve and Mariah play a game.
Steve discusses thankfulness; Miss Harriet and Miss Anne give a cooking lesson; spoiled children participate in an experiment; Jill Scott is interviewed and performs; getting the most for one's money this holiday season.
Gender roles and double standards; a panel of young men and women discuss marriage, family, work and sex.
Three past guests return to talk about their dating lives; actress Sarah Michelle Gellar ("Buffy the Vampire Slayer"); Steve Joyce of Choice Hotels provides hotel rooms for participants of Steve's annual Mentoring Camp.
Loved ones turn in friends and family for being too sexy in their online profiles; Kellie Pickler and Kyle Jacobs ("I Love Kellie Pickler"); a woman who was unable to get past the friend zone returns; couples return for a final weigh-in.
A woman says she cannot get out of the "friend zone" with the men she meets; Timbaland ("Empire"); Lisa Ling ("This Is Life With Lisa Ling"); professional pick-up artist Vince Kelvin.
A man whose selfie went viral tells his life story; author Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi ("Strong Is the New Sexy"); a man whose wife says he is too negative has to wear a shock bracelet.
Bethenny Frankel ("The Real Housewives of New York City"); magazine editor Stacy Kaiser; Kym Whitley ("Raising Whitley"); Matt Doran ("Crime Watch Daily"); the founder of an organization that donates diapers; moms can win e-dinner gift cards.
Dating advice for women in their 20s, 30s and 40s; Lynda Carter ("Wonder Woman") divulges her beauty secrets; age-erasing techniques for the hands, earlobes and lips.
Dr. Phil McGraw dispenses advice and offers opinions on viewers' quirky habits; Robin McGraw has a complaint; Dr. Phil and Robin, Steve and Marjorie, and Karli and Ben play the Anniversary Game.
The Navy Band Great Lakes; military men surprise their families; a wounded warrior becomes a Harvey's Hero; a veteran renovates homes for service men and women; inspirational artwork.
Todd Chrisley ("Chrisley Knows Best"); whether men's questionable behavior should be considered "red flags"; trending topics; a relationship blogger goes on a date with nine eligible bachelors; cocktails featuring maple syrup.
Karli and Ben's wedding and honeymoon trip; Karli's macaroni and cheese; Lorena Bobbitt discusses domestic violence.
"The Real Housewives of Atlanta" star Cynthia Bailey discusses the show's new season; actors Deidre Hall and Galen Gering discuss the 50th anniversary of "Days of our Lives"; a couple's messy bedroom affects their mood for romance.
A woman wants Steve to give her workaholic friend an intervention; a teen doesn't want to acknowledge his 18th birthday because it is the first anniversary of his father's death; chef Graham Elliot prepares a recipe from his new cookbook.
A panel discusses trending race-related headlines; panelists include former politician Bakari Sellers, author Katie Kieffer, comic Chris Distefano, political columnist Crystal Wright and lawyer Sunny Hostin; people who made racially charged comments.
Steve helps find a date for a man who documents his life as a "third wheel" online; an update on entrepreneur Marcus Lemonis' attempt to help a businesswoman; producer Will Packer and actors Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Tone Bell ("Truth Be Told").
Steve wraps up the "30 Day Date" experiment by checking in with the couples; a panel discussion includes radio host Kim Gravel and TV personalities Christina Milian, Scheana Shay and Tanisha Thomas; letters children have written to the president.
A man who is terrified of the dark must navigate a haunted-house maze; Richard Blais ("Top Chef") makes spooky Halloween treats; Tanisha Thomas ("Crazy Talk"); a woman's Halloween costume is too revealing; turning a brown box into a costume.
Steve sets up both members of a young couple on dates with other people; Steve challenges Rachael Ray to a cooking competition, judged by his blue-ribbon panel; how some people celebrate their love of bacon.
Backstage at "Family Feud"; Steve sets up Mr. September from his 2016 Man Candy Calendar on a date with a fan; Jeff Musial brings scary animals; a teen pool prodigy.
Dolvett Quince ("The Biggest Loser"); a woman says she constantly chooses the wrong men to date; an app helps a couple to choose colors for their home decor.
Outrageous and memorable female guests return to tell whether Steve's dating advice worked or whether they are still single.
A woman meets with her ex-boyfriend and ex-husband to get closure from her relationships; a teacher who saved students from a gunman gets a reward; a young college graduate gets an onstage job-interview.
Lawrence Zarian makes over three women nominated by their friends and family for not taking their appearance seriously, and Steve arranges for bachelors to take them out on dates; musician and author Jewel; Steve gives advice on relationship issues.
A woman has a long list of dating standards; Adam Rodriguez ("Empire"); rapper MC Lyte gives away a college scholarship.
Steve judges a couple's relationship by reading their text messages and sets up the woman with a new man; Steve and Walt Disney World inspire teens to reach their dreams; Lisa Ling discusses fathers behind bars and their families.
A spoiled teen must work with a bug exterminator; trips to exclusive destinations and first-class resorts; Taylor Kinney ("Chicago Fire").
Exercise physiologist Marco Borges discusses a plant-based diet; couples take a challenge to lose weight; a 7-year-old entrepreneur; Tisha Campbell-Martin ("Dr. Ken").
Kandi Burruss ("Kandi Koated Nights") and Dr. Laura Berman advise a couple; Alfonso Ribeiro ("America's Funniest Home Videos"); Martha Stewart's Day of the Dead-themed Halloween party; a couple who got engaged on the show return with an update.
Steve's 30-day date experiment; Dorothy Wang ("Rich Kids of Beverly Hills"); a dad's invention of a portable diaper-changing pad.
A 1980s-themed show; a couple get a "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" dream date; singer Sammy Hagar makes Wabo shrimp and a Maui Rocker cocktail; "Love Connection."
Deena Fagiano ("Pretty Strong"); Dana Delany ("Hand of God"); a divorced cancer survivor is honored as a Super Mom.
A woman's husband works with a therapist to try to overcome his fears; Miller Gaffney and Carol Lee Brosseau ("Art Breakers") assess items audience members bring; assessing strengths and weaknesses on the path to success; Steve advises a baker.
Wives go on strike; Lorraine Toussaint ("Rosewood"); shocking, extreme beauty trends.
How dating profiles should change with age; how to get noticed; Kim Burrell performs; Devyn Rush ("American Idol") helps to counsel a young woman who has suffered through years of bullying; a website puts Steve's face on iconic images.
Advice columnist Kim Gravel; radio host Shirley Strawberry; Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi and Jenni "J-Woww" Farley; high-end luxury products; Steve helps a young couple reveal a big surprise to their family; hilarious letters by children.
Latasha's husband spends more than $2,000 a year on comic books and they don't own a washer or dryer; a mom becomes a millionaire by selling homemade items on Etsy; how to sell products online; mothers of teen boys who went to Steve's Mentoring Camp.
Sherri Shepherd ("Woodlawn," "Holy & Hungry"); Adam Richman prepares a "sloppy zo"; Taffey tags along on her friend's date in an attempt to make her follow Steve's advice; Steve checks in with a young woman who started a vegan drink company.
Sheryl Underwood ("The Talk") gets some surprise reunions; Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri ("America's Most Desperate Kitchens"); Suzie's friends get in the way of her meeting a man; advice from a professional wingman; a Lego version of Steve.
Judge Marilyn Milian ("The People's Court") advises people who have been scammed online; Mercedes Mason ("Fear the Walking Dead"); Steve helps young women interrogate their roommate's boyfriend.
Tanisha Thomas ("Crazy Talk"); Janell Inez demonstrates creative uses for leftover coffee; a control freak's wife must plan their vacation; children raise money for other children in need.
Six of the men featured in Steve's "2016 Man Candy Calendar"; Carrie Keagan and Kim Gravel; a woman confesses a secret crush on her friend; Jon Seda, Patrick John Flueger and Jesse Lee Soffer ("Chicago P.D."); social media star Brock O'Hurn.
Steve's wife, Marjorie, and her 6-year-old fan; fall fashions; Steve and Marjorie counsel a blended family; coupons and bargains.
Steve presents a single woman with eight eligible men from her neighborhood; Moe Cason ("BBQ Pit Wars"); a woman reunites with the nurse who helped her deliver triplets; a "Steve Harvey" mash-up video.
Steve tries to turn a future minister's love life around; Karli and Ben check in one last time before walking down the aisle; three children are fitted for new glasses; Brooke and Summer ("Girls With Glasses"); "Manzo'd With Children" stars.
A woman fears that her past is holding her back from finding a husband; Emily Riedel ("Bering Sea Gold"); Steve and his future son-in-law arrange for a boy to meet his long-lost father.
Kandi Burruss ("Kandi Koated Nights") and Dr. Laura Berman discuss sexuality and counsel couples; sex myths; Steve has a husband perform a sexy dance for his wife.
Racial tensions and subliminal racism; the audience participates in a social experiment; a teen who helped organize the first integrated prom in her high school gets a new vehicle.
Jenni "JWoww" Farley and Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi ("Jersey Shore") and Shirley Strawberry ("The Steve Harvey Morning Show") discuss headlines and a love triangle; a family who were in a car crash get a new vehicle; author Alan Fox.
Marcus Lemonis ("The Profit") mentors a woman trying to grow a small business, and Steve gives her a new car; Steve arranges a couple's romantic day; Martha Stewart shows Steve how to make appetizers; viral-video beat-boxers perform.
A woman has less than an hour to prepare for her surprise wedding on the show; Steve and a little boy question bachelors to decide which one his mother can date; a teen who has survived cancer gets a new car; making a cheesy dump pizza.
Steve and Marjorie tell about taking their two youngest children to college; the single mother of a 3-year-old with leukemia must quit her job and has an unreliable car; Steve's annual Neighborhood Awards.
Steve makes couples give their new relationships 30-day exclusive commitments; Auntie Fee gives a family a cooking lesson; Sanaa Lathan ("The Perfect Guy").
Bethenny Frankel ("The Real Housewives of New York City") gives relationship advice; photos and stories of Steve's recent travels; a man takes over his sister's online dating profile; a man and a goat walk across America to raise money for charity.
Steve tries to bridge the communication gap between men and women by helping them better understand the way each of the genders thinks about dating, love and relationships; Todd Chrisley, Bill Rancic, David Otunga, and Geraldo Rivera; digital dating.
Steve tries to bridge the communication gap between men and women by helping them better understand the way each of the genders thinks about dating, love and relationships; Carrie Keagan; Kim Gravel.
Firefighters choose whom a co-worker can date; an organization employs people transitioning out of homelessness; sisters' sense of urban style takes the fashion industry by storm; a fashion show reveals the latest trends.
Steve's son Wynton brings Father's Day gifts; a man who is unprepared for fatherhood is put in charge of a nursery; chef Graham Elliot helps a firefighter's wife prepare dinner; handyman-themed gifts; a digital electric smoker; mentoring camp.
A singing baker tests men's baked creations to decide whom she will date; Kim Gravel and Steve help a man whose wife died when she gave birth to quadruplets; entrepreneur Miko Branch; a woman, 64, cures her medical ailment by pole-dancing.
A married man hangs out with his buddies every night; a nonprofit provides business clothing for women who cannot afford it; body language analyst Janine Driver tells what kind of photos to post online.
Three bachelors go on blind dates with a woman, and her father questions them; deep-fried creations; managing a budget and regaining financial footing; a look back at memorable guests.
Steve's daughter Karli and her fiance, Ben, enlist viewers to help make important decisions for their big day; children thank their hardworking parents; Steve sets up young women who are virgins with men who are also virgins; Marjorie's youngest fan.
A guest knows that someone is there to reveal a crush on her, but she doesn't know who it could be; a 15-year-old talks about her successful business; author Brittany Gibbons ("Fat Girl Walking") discusses body image.
Rhode Island viewers ask Steve questions; Steve helps women try to get through to their husbands how things they have done affect their relationships; chef Sandra Lee brings drink recipes; former best friends reunite.
Todd Chrisley ("Chrisley Knows Best") advises couples; a 40-year-old single mom gets a full college scholarship to complete her degree; the Scotto family shows how to make Sunday sauce; motivational speaker Lisa Nichols and Alecia's weight loss.
Steve asks a woman's ex-boyfriends what she is doing wrong in relationships; NFL star Ray Lewis demonstrates his workout regimen; two sisters who never knew about each other meet for the first time.
Jamie Foxx is interviewed, performs and dishes out relationship advice.
Comic Jerry Seinfeld; Joyce Meyer ("Enjoying Everyday Life"); Steve helps a woman who seems to be drawn to players; the creators of Cocktail Courier.
Steve arranges a romantic day for a couple who have dealt with cancer and infertility; Steve's tough-love advice helps a teen transform her life; Steve decodes messages a woman received from men on dating sites; a teen shows off her tumbling skills.
Steve sends a tech-obsessed family to Amish country for a day; Daisy Lewellyn ("Blood, Sweat & Heels"); chef Rick Bayless makes grilled ribs with red chili adobo sauce; fitness guru David Otunga and former guest Buddha's weight loss journey.
Steve competes with Dr. Phil McGraw in all sorts of challenges to see who is the true king of daytime TV; Kim Gravel and Steve help Carrie Keagan find a man; skin treatments for a woman with severe acne; video of granddaughter Rose's first steps.
A woman's mother meddles too much and has no boundaries; DIY pro Brit Morin shows how to save time and money in the laundry room; the show's set decorator makes over a couple's home.
Steve helps a woman by asking her ex-boyfriends what went wrong in their relationships; poker player Vanessa Selbst; Bela Gandhi, Smart Dating Academy.
Steve helps the worst dater in Louisiana; the viewer with the best smile in America; Freddy Rodríguez ("The Night Shift"); Dennis the dachshund's stunning weight loss.
Reality-TV stars Kim Gravel, Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi and Jenni "JWoww" Farley; planning a getaway for mom; Steve and Marjorie Harvey help a widowed father who is raising two teen girls.
A mom who has been fighting incurable brain cancer for 14 years gets a makeover and a family trip to complete a goal of visiting all 50 states; a mom coaches her 34-year-old daughter on a date; TV personality La La Anthony; co-host Marjorie Harvey.
Steve takes viewer questions from Buffalo, N.Y.; Steve helps a man plan a special date for his stay-at-home mom wife; Cristina Ferrare ("Home & Family"); inventions of smart, creative moms; Steve's emotional tribute to wife Marjorie.
Steve crowns the 2015 mother of the year; singer Jo Dee Messina; Steve welcomes his future son-in-law Ben, who tells about a very special woman who helped him turn his life around; co-host Marjorie Harvey shares a top gift for moms.
Todd Chrisley and his mom, Miss Faye ("Chrisley Knows Best") help viewers with mom/daughter relationship issues; a mom has turned her idea into a multimillion-dollar company; a teen wants to find her mom a date; co-host Marjorie Harvey.
Steve takes questions from viewers in Baltimore; a woman who works in a horse barn gets a makeover; CCH Pounder ("NCIS: New Orleans"); Steve helps a man find direction and success after several failed business attempts.
Theresa Caputo ("Long Island Medium"); Steve's oldest son and his business partner talk about their shoe business; the worst dater in Massachusetts; the Money Booth.
An undercover dating experiment; the founder of a multi-million dollar children's clothing business; a woman who lost nearly 300 pounds gets a surprise.
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 4-year-old niece; a sex therapist helps young parents rekindle the fire; the Money Booth.
Steve takes a walk down memory lane and provides updates on some of the show's most memorable guests; Auntie Fee; a military wife gets a surprise; Lawrence Zarian's spring shoe fashion show; the Money Booth.
Countess LuAnn de Lesseps ("The Real Housewives of New York City") teaches a woman's husband some manners; a wine-tasting lesson; a recent college graduate gets a job interview on Steve's stage.
A woman scours through two men's homes to determine which one she will date; an organization provides trained police dogs to departments across the country; brothers at odds with each other ask Steve to help settle their feud.
A woman is sick of her fiance's obsession with his looks; easy, money-saving ways to go "green"; Steve helps a young woman decode her boyfriend's text messages; clothing creations made entirely of recycled items.
Bishop T.D. Jakes; the Beam family ("Miracles From Heaven"); ancient Asian detox methods; Chris D'Elia and Brent Morin ("Undateable"); how to take a stunning selfie.
Bethenny Frankel ("The Real Housewives of New York City"); investigative journalist Mariana van Zeller and chef Michael Voltaggio ("Breaking Borders"); a young woman has trouble getting over her ex.
Steve takes questions from viewers in Pittsburgh, Pa.; men discuss parenting girls; a father/daughter dance; an entrepreneur tells how to turn an idea into a multimillion-dollar business; Cynthia Bailey ("The Real Housewives of Atlanta").
An online photo of a toddler with a rare disorder gets thousands of hateful comments overnight; author Paula Todd ("Extreme Mean"); three couples play a game; sisters discuss bone marrow donation.
Steve helps sisters find a date for their mother; new barbecue gadgets; Kim Gravel ("Kim of Queens"), Demetria McKinney ("The Real Housewives of Atlanta") and TV personality Carrie Keagan discuss controversial headlines.
Three men reveal their relationship baggage; author Steve Pemberton ("A Chance in the World"); Steve sends two best friends on a romantic date.
A stay-at-home dad feels unappreciated and goes on strike; a 13-year-old world archery champion; a woman's male best friend is a third wheel in her relationship with her boyfriend.
A young man is concerned that his father is a dating a woman who is 20 years younger than him; singer Charlie Wilson discusses his new book; lifestyle coach Laura Baron sets up a vision board party; Steve's recent trip to Greensboro, N.C.
TV personality Monte Durham surprises 12 Chicago-area teens with prom makeovers; a woman wants her husband to be more romantic; chef Fabio Viviani prepares a meal, paired with a wine from his new collection, for Steve and two audience members.
Couples who were brought together by a dating coach try to help her find a mate; sleep solutions that can help insomniacs; behind the scenes of the Dreamers Academy at Walt Disney World; "E! News" anchor Terrence J surprises teens with internships.
Testing a theory that strangers can fall in love by asking each other 36 specific questions; chefs Joe and Tanya Bastianich prepare healthy pasta recipes; a woman who teaches inner-city kids; a young inventor who created a lollipop that cleans teeth.
"The Real Housewives of Atlanta" star Phaedra Parks updates the family drama that occurred on the show this season; answering viewers' legal questions; a young woman who fought off would-be robbers; deciding between surrogacy, IVF and adoption.
Emergency-room doctors' busy schedules make it difficult for them to date; filmmakers Mark Burnett and Roma Downey ("A.D. The Bible Continues"); a single mom who survived a car crash with her 1-year-old aboard performs a song she wrote; high heels.
Steve sets up a woman who wants to find a great man who loves dogs; a Chicago physician makes house calls to underserved neighborhoods and mentors minority medical students; siblings' parents have broken up and reunited about 20 times; a rescued dog.
Steve honors an amazing mom who faces overwhelming challenges; a young woman who became a widow at age 28 selects one of three bachelors to date; a 16-year-old turns his passion for sneakers into a real-life business.
Men help a fellow nerd in need with his dating life; food fads; a woman helps military women and the fiancees of military men get the wedding dresses of their dreams.
Steve welcomes back three women with bachelors hand-chosen for each of them; 9-year-old triplets show off their card-throwing skills; a single mom surprises her mother by apologizing for all she put her through as a teenager.
A bishop fears that his daughter is not picking the best men to date; Val Chmerkovskiy and Rumer Willis ("Dancing With the Stars"); Steve helps a single mother of a spoiled teen who refuses to go to school and is in danger of not graduating.
Clients, co-workers, friends and family choose who a woman dates; a man's obsession with Steve causes problems in his relationship; organizing a home.
A 13-year-old's social media addiction has taken over her life, and she is flunking at school; Steve honors a 9/11 hero and former Secret Service agent; Dina Manzo ("The Real Housewives of New Jersey") helps PTA moms plan an event.
Steve sends two divorced people on a date; brightening up a home; sexual assaults on college campuses.
Steve decodes a former couple's texts and emails to find out what the man is thinking and what went wrong in the relationship; Brian Dietzen ("NCIS"); the mother of teen blues guitarist Kingfish asks Steve to help him lose weight and get healthy.
Some of the latest beauty and anti-aging trends; understanding men's mentality at different ages; NBA star Earvin "Magic" Johnson; taking a small business to the next level; a young couple who met when she gave him her kidney.
A couple rekindle the romance in their relationship; the founder of one of the hottest franchises in the world; a woman's strict astrological dating requirements limit her dating pool; an app helps to determine the health of a relationship.
Taraji P. Henson ("Empire"); fans receive makeovers; Elizabeth Hurley and Alexandra Park ("The Royals"); the hottest wardrobe trends of the season; the man who holds the world record for the longest tongue.
Three questions to ask in order to determine whether to stick with a relationship or call it quits; an 11-year-old taxidermist; Nadine and Erik ("Newlyweds: The First Year"); a world-record-holding whip-cracker slices open soda cans.
Steve sends out a woman who has never been kissed on a proper date; healthy alternatives to traditional Italian cooking; new parenting trends; video of new tricks Steve is teaching his granddaughter Rose.
Steve answers questions from Oklahoma City; DNA dating; Tika Sumpter ("The Haves and the Have Nots"); a body-language specialist assists a young woman who needs help attracting a man and tells how to make the best impression in a social setting.
Mercedes "MJ" Javid ("Shahs of Sunset"); Art Smith ("Top Chef Masters"); simple home improvements that will not break the bank; Steve shows a woman how to make over her old kitchen cabinets to look brand new.
Michael Strahan ("Live! With Kelly and Michael"); a personal trainer shows how to get "Magic Mike" abs; author Brit Morin ("Homemakers") tells how to pack a suitcase; Steve helps an over-scheduled family find time to bond; cocktail recipes.
Porsha Williams ("The Real Housewives of Atlanta"); a pastry chef who runs her own business turns to Steve for help finding a date; the founder of a nonprofit musical group for children of all skill levels gets a donation and a full scholarship.
Steve helps a 21-year-old who cannot seem to get over her ex; Ramone Dickerson and Corey Simmons ("2 Fat 2 Fly"); a successful couple contribute to the rehab center that saved their lives.
A boyfriend proposes to an audience member; dating a real estate agent; advice for couples on how to avoid fighting over finances; a third grader raises enough money to buy presents and a Christmas meal for several families living in a hotel.
Three scorned women want to take action against their exes; zoologist Jarod Miller brings a lemur, a hornbill, a tortoise and a porcupine; "Millionaire Matchmaker" Patti Stanger and Steve help a millionaire bachelor.