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; African-American Taneshia wants to expand her dating options by looking outside her race; a Lakota woman reunites with her daughter and her black boyfriend, whom she has not seen in years; 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.
Famous stepmothers, including Steve's wife, Marjorie, singer Tameka 'Tiny' Harris and journalist Brenda Ockun, discuss challenges they face; a woman tries to win back her ex.
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 on whom she had a crush 10 years ago; Scheana Shay ('Vanderpump Rules'), Tanisha Thomas ('Crazy Talk') and Judy Gold ('Kill Me Now' podcast) 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,' 'A Very Chrisley Christmas 2'); 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 Snooki ('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 soap opera '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 in order 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 ('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; Snooki 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 Snooki ('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 to 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, Snooki and Jenni 'JWoww' Farley; planning a Mother's Day getaway; Steve and Marjorie Harvey help a widowed father raising two teen girls; co-host Marjorie's picks for the ultimate Mother's Day gift.
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.
Steve sets up Nischelle Turner ('Entertainment Tonight') on a date; turning an ordinary bedroom into a sexy boudoir; professional wrestler David Otunga helps an overweight man incorporate a healthier lifestyle.
A sex edition of 'Is It Weird?'; Charlie Weber ('How to Get Away With Murder'); Cesar Millan ('Cesar 911') helps a family whose dogs do not get along; hilarious love letters written by children.
A woman sizes up potential dates by snooping through their stuff; Kim Gravel ('Kim of Queens'); TV personality Carrie Keagan; hot spring getaways; Brandi Glanville ('The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills'); some of the worst break-up texts.
A meddling mother brings her single daughter random men; a businesswoman tells how Steve saved her life when she was 19; children thank the strangers who helped them cover their mother's funeral expenses.
The worst dater in Virginia; a couple feed New York City's homeless out of their old family bus; a mixologist prepares love potions; gaining access to power and success by asking people for help; newlyweds get a do-over honeymoon trip.
Eight men get honest about topics they do not discuss with women; CNN's Sunny Hostin; a married couple run a thriving NYC business; Kim Gravel ('Kim of Queens'); Adrienne Moore ('Orange Is the New Black'); Pastor Paula White.
Steve helps a man clueless about romance to set up a dream date for his wife; a surprise marriage proposal at Grand Central Station; Steve revisits memorable couples from the show to see if his advice helped to get their relationships back on track.
Love stories from the heart of New York City; Steve brings women to bachelor Jabari; miniature horses provide animal-assisted therapy; Christina Milian ('Christina Milian Turned Up'); women reenact some of the worst pickup lines men have used.
An audience full of women who are happy to be single; diet author Jorge Cruise and the eight women who participated in the 'Steve Harvey' Diet Challenge; author Cathy Mitchell prepares chicken cordon bleu.
A woman is fed up with the way her husband blows off Valentine's Day; Kandi Burruss ('The Real Housewives of Atlanta') and husband Todd Tucker; a widow and a widower find each other; a cab driver calls his vehicle the 'Love Lyft.'
Five women meet their online matches for the first time; Dr. Laura Berman tells women how to spice up their sex lives; a man who woke from a traumatic accident with a spontaneous musical gift performs with a vocalist who lost her hearing.
Three men express their love in ways their women will never see coming; an OB-GYN discusses lubricants; Steve helps a family of five enjoy some quality time together; updates on some of the most memorable couples to have appeared on the show.
Steve's daughter Karli and her fiance, Ben, want viewers to help plan their big day; a new dating app; sisters have their first dates on the 'Steve Harvey' stage.
Dawn Wells ('Gilligan's Island'); Steve arranges for a hardworking mom to take a day off, leaving her family obligations to her husband; Steve surprises a woman with a date delivered to her door.
A remote edition of Ask Steve; Steve surprises a woman with a date delivered to her door; Todd Chrisley ('Chrisley Knows Best'); a romantic Pop-Up Proposal; Daisy Lewellyn ('Blood, Sweat & Heels').
Steve showcases California's sexiest single men; Kim Gravel ('Kim of Queens') and TV personality Carrie Keagan; social media star Auntie Fee; military widows thank the founder of Operation 300; Steve delivers a surprise date to a woman's home.
Steve delivers a bachelor to a woman's doorstep as a surprise; Steve surprises an unsuspecting couple with a honeymoon; a female sportswriter needs to stop acting like one of the guys; social media star Rudy Mancuso; TV personality Jerry Springer.
Steve surprises women with hand-picked dates delivered right to their doorsteps; finding out what kind of person a man is by asking three simple questions; a couple share the secrets to their successful marriage; a boyfriend flirts with other women.
Kevin Costner and Anthony Mackie ('Black or White'); Dr. Travis Stork ('The Doctors'); Whitney Thore ('My Big Fat Fabulous Life') meets women she has inspired.
Claudia Jordan ('The Real Housewives of Atlanta'); a 64-year-old cancer survivor fights off an intruder in her home; thinking like a success; a young man goes to college while living out of his car; cocktails.
Four men compete for the title of Most Romantic Man in America; chef Anne Burrell ('Worst Cooks in America') prepares braised chicken with pomegranate molasses; two triplets hope to find their third sister the right guy.
A man sets up his ex on a date; a woman shot during the Aurora movie theater shooting weds; three expectant couples compete for a prize.
Three women have collectively lost 460 pounds; social media star DeStorm Power; a wedding photographer is set up on a date; a magician performs.
Steve helps a woman decode texts with her boyfriend; chef Phillip Foss; Steve helps a woman turn her dating life around; the artwork of Michael Volpicelli.
Steve helps a single mother of five; Olympian Marlen Esparza; couples play the Anniversary Game; awkward family photos.
Kim Gravel ('Kim of Queens'); Adrienne Moore ('Orange Is the New Black'); Pastor Paula White; chef Art Smith; how to reinvent oneself; comic J. Anthony Brown.
Middle-school students help their teacher find a man; maximizing an income-tax refund; a single father has trouble raising teen daughters; a 96-year-old yoga enthusiast.
A woman wants help overcoming her picky eating habits; Steve helps a husband who admits he is not romantic; women create products based on their experiences of being mothers; digital dating for women.
Steve gets surprises for his birthday; people from Steve's past, including former co-star Wendy Raquel Robinson; Steve's childhood street in Cleveland is renamed Steve Harvey Way; Martha Stewart prepares a meal; Steve's family; author Alan Fox.
Children turn to Steve to find true love for their mother; chef Melissa d'Arabian ('Supermarket Healthy'); three women undergo cosmetic procedures live on the set; previous guests return with an update and a very special announcement.
Motivational speaker Tony Robbins; a young, elite gymnast wins competitions despite being legally blind; Steve helps a daughter interrogate a potential suitor for her mother; a bracelet gives off shocks when the wearer breaks resolutions.
What happens when a neat freak marries a slob; Casey Wilson ('Marry Me'); Steve helps a woman figure out what her man is really saying in his texts and surprises her with a new man; a new initiative for Steve's camp for sons of single mothers.
Pushing the imagination to accomplish goals; Steve gives a couple a cruise; Dr. Laura Berman helps a couple with their sex life; a workout for a perfect 'booty'; making a major transformation in one's life; saving space in a closet.
Embracing failure; Dr. Phil McGraw ('The 20/20 Diet'); entrepreneur Jessica Herrin turns women's love of accessories into a multimillion-dollar business; making over an online profile to find the right kind of mate; uses for ice-cube trays.
Being willing to improve oneself; a Michigan woman enlists Steve's help to turn her sister's dating life around; Kym Whitley ('Raising Whitley'); Jaclyn Smith ('Charlie's Angels') gives three women makeovers; surprising uses for dental floss.
Steve highlights a concept from his book; Steve helps a married couple rekindle their romance; Red Lobster's date-night special; chef Fabio Viviani discusses preparing healthier meals at home; a single mom gets financial advice; kitchen efficiency.
Making specific goals with deadlines; fitness enthusiast Jorge Cruise discusses weight loss; organizing a pantry; a woman desperate for a fresh start gets a makeover, a financial gift and a date; using a hanging shoe-rack to organize anything.
A dad tries to keep the household running while his wife gets a day of rest and relaxation; yoga and Pilates movements on aerial silk hammocks; Miriam and Bates of 'Breaking Amish'; hangover cures.
Steve invites viewers into his Atlanta home for a family barbecue; Steve's wife Marjorie talks about the family; an 86-year-old woman tells of publishing her first sex novel; Steve encourages women to date their husbands.
A wife goes on strike, leaving holiday preparation up to her husband; chef Dominique Ansel; Marjorie Harvey showcases beauty and fashion gifts; Anthony Hamilton performs.
Steve's family, including baby granddaughter Rose, join him on set; film critic Ben Lyons previews the season's new movies; new apps to save time and money while shopping; technology gifts; a former White House pastry chef builds a gingerbread house.
A U.S. Navy veteran and her two children have been homeless for almost three years; saving time and money on holiday travels; Little Henry previews the hottest holiday gifts for children; brothers have had photos with Santa every year for 30 years.
Alison Sweeney ('The Biggest Loser,' 'Days of our Lives'); Graham Elliot ('MasterChef Junior'); gift ideas; a Harvey's Hero cancer survivor holds toy drives and raises money to benefit children's hospitals; Dr. Gadget brings household gizmos.
A beauty queen wants a man who will treat her like royalty; Martha Stewart bakes Christmas cookies; Judge Alex Ferrer settles feuding exes' dispute; children's humorous letters to Santa.
A mother takes her nearly 40-year-old daughter's dating life into her own hands; Martha Stewart shows how to wrap awkwardly shaped gifts; Cedric the Entertainer ('Top Five').
Steve has a woman's new car 'pimped out'; warning signs of a 'player'; Steve helps the mother of a 'player' stage an intervention; a website gives women a chance to publicly expose men who have cheated on them; horrible pickup lines.
Online dating; high-school sweethearts reunite and marry after 41 years apart, with the daughter they gave up for adoption as their maid of honor; Steve helps a woman who is fed up with her lazy, messy teen son.
Internet cooking sensation Auntie Fee; newlyweds get advice from a sex therapist; a Harvey's Hero saves a mother and daughter from a burning car; how to stay on track with financial resolutions.
A psychologist and a psychotherapist weigh in on viewers' obsessions and phobias; Alfre Woodard and Katherine Heigl ('State of Affairs'); a holiday cooking lesson; social media; eggnog cocktails.
A man learns the basics of technology; a woman's family picks her first date; 'Long Island Medium' Theresa Caputo reads the audience; Frank Grillo ('Kingdom') and MMA fighter Joe Daddy teach Steve some MMA moves; Steve helps a homeless family.
A doctor picks a potential date from a police lineup; fear and failure; a man retired at age 27; makeovers to help women flaunt their assets and celebrate their curves.
A young woman who found the man of her dreams then let him go wants him to take her back; Martha Stewart demonstrates making simple homemade gifts; shipping by the U.S. Postal Service; families thank a stranger who offered financial assistance.
NBC anchor Tamron Hall; Instagram dating; a girls' high-school soccer coach becomes a Harvey's Hero; style guru Lawrence Zarian; photos and videos of Steve's new granddaughter.
A perennial bridesmaid's family and friends crowd-source her next date; filmmaker Rudy Mancuso shows Steve how to create a Vine video; an OBGYN answers women's questions.
Steve takes technology away from a couple who overuse it; chef Mario Batali; a bullied teen and her mother thank a woman who mentors at-risk girls.
Steve helps a couple reignite passion and romance in their marriage; fitness specialist Jorge Cruise; Cat Greenleaf ('Talk Stoop'); Steve's wife talks about her beauty regimen; circus performer Christian Stoinev and his Chihuahua.
Sisters are clueless when it comes to men; at-risk youth thank a teacher for her dedication to their success; Great American Food Fight contestants make apple pie; a couple's botched proposal goes viral.
At Universal Orlando Resort: Steve baby sits for a family with 10 children; Little Henry shows Steve the biggest and best foods at the park; best friends try romance; the youngest person ever to bowl a perfect game.
At Universal Orlando Resort: Steve works the carnival games; Steve helps a woman to figure out why her past relationships have not worked; the biggest Universal Orlando fan gets a 10-year pass to the parks.
At Universal Orlando Resort: Steve draws caricatures of guests; Steve helps a woman learn how to weed out the 'players'; three children are Harvey's Heroes; a woman tries to overcome her fear of characters.
At Universal Orlando Resort: The Wizarding World of Harry Potter; Steve gives a family of 12 the trip of a lifetime; a trampoline workout; Steve helps a woman who is fed up with her dates' baggage; a power-lifting pastor.
At Universal Orlando Resort: Florida's hottest bachelor is crowned 'Mr. Florida'; zoologist Jarod Miller introduces Steve to some wild animals; Steve hosts a 'Family Feud'-style game between Todd Chrisley's family and Kym Whitley's family.
A man gets a makeover and a date; how to brine and smoke a turkey; a money-saving mom provides advice on deals, discounts and shopper-friendly apps; Thanksgiving in a Bucket.
Chandra Wilson ('Grey's Anatomy'); two women who have not seen each other since grade school are reunited on the set; a woman must choose a date based on men's throwback photos.
Sherri Shepherd (Broadway's 'Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella'); LuAnn de Lesseps ('The Real Housewives of New York City'); a 7-year-old autistic classical pianist; men's body language.
A military couple weds on the set; a military mother surprises her children; parents of a man killed in Iraq create a retreat for service members and their families; two service members re-enlist.
College students ask questions about dating and relationships, success in the classroom and how to land a first job; ways to avoid gaining weight in college; a woman has anxiety over her daughter leaving for college; Wynton and Lori try out gadgets.
Cameras follow a woman on a date; Tim Allen ('Last Man Standing'); a 13-year-old girl astronaut-in-training hopes to go to Mars; expensive cocktails.
Women ask men questions about sex, dating and relationships; Kate Walsh ('Bad Judge'); apps to help busy moms; 12-year-old twin chefs show how to make dishes for a tea party.
A woman who makes a living at being a 'strong woman' wants a man who is not intimidated by her job; talk-show host Ellen DeGeneres; makeup artist Michelle Phan.
A relationship blogger's blind date; Mark Harmon, Pauley Perrette and Sean Murray ('NCIS'); a young woman gets advice on how to prepare her first Thanksgiving dinner for her big Italian family.
Ryan Seacrest ('American Idol'); a blogger gets a new look from Lawrence Zarian and a new attitude from Kim Gravel; parents are unable to agree on how to discipline the six children in their blended family.
Steve's Halloween show; an undertaker has trouble meeting men; eco stylist Danny Seo gives Halloween party advice; Jason Hawes and Steve Gonsalves ('Ghost Hunters'); Vanessa Simmons ('Project Runway: Threads') provides costume ideas for children.
Brandi Glanville ('The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills'); Sophie LaMontagne and Katherine Kallinis ('DC Cupcakes'); author Lisa Nichols counsels a couple who have hit a roadblock in their marriage.
A producer gets advice on love; a woman's invention causes her to strike it rich; a single mother's teen twins are destroying her home; a phone app for parents.
Conflict among neighbors; a couple turn their snack idea into a successful business; an insurance assessor uses a scientific formula to screen potential dates; committing random acts of kindness.
Todd Chrisley ('Chrisley Knows Best'); Flex Alexander and Shanice ('Flex & Shanice'); viewers get makeovers; a 14-year-old delivered her sister's baby in the car on the way to the hospital.
Steve helps women decide whether to continue or end relationships; Pastor Joel Osteen; Eric Christian Olsen ('NCIS: Los Angeles'); a 10-year-old future NASCAR hopeful.
A father screens his daughter's potential mates; the founder of Girls Love Mail, a program helping breast cancer patients; a recent graduate of Disney Dreamers Academy; a teen who sought Steve's help in asking out a girl reports back.
A man who bombed his marriage proposal gets a second chance; Jean-Luc Bilodeau, Derek Theler and Tahj Mowry ('Baby Daddy'); Steve helps a teen ask out a girl.
A woman does not want to date a man with an ex-wife or children; fall family-friendly vacation ideas; Judge Patricia DiMango ('Hot Bench').
Adrienne Moore ('Orange Is the New Black'), Kim Gravel ('Kim of Queens') and pop-culture guru Carrie Keagan discuss headlines; making store-bought food and takeout meals look gourmet; Steve plays matchmaker for a dancer; a past Bridezilla.
A woman who is preoccupied with looks goes on two blind dates with the lights off; a 12-year-old teaches Steve how to make goat-milk soap; blogger Jenny Trout talks about the public perception of overweight women.
Miriam and Bates of 'Breaking Amish 3'; Steve dives into a chapter from his new bestseller; a couple has cold feet about moving in together; a father has an online video about the special bond he has with his daughters.
Steve helps a mother to interrogate her daughter's new boyfriend; a nutritionist provides a diet plan; a family whose son survived a devastating car crash; a 14-year-old champion baton-twirler.
Steve encourages women to date their husbands; a workout incorporates yoga and Pilates movements on aerial silk hammocks; a rebellious teen turns his family's life upside down; a dad is a social media superstar.
Live questions via satellite from Oregon; a role-reversal experiment for a husband and wife; Steve helps an Eagle Scout earn a fingerprinting merit badge; Steve surprises a woman with two of the men she overlooked on an online dating site.
A young man asks for help in figuring out why none of his relationships work; Steve tests out the latest fitness equipment; a mom blogger's positive parenting experiment makes headlines; Kem performs.
Steve takes live questions from Milwaukee; Steve launches a dating website; an 18-year-old Harvey's Hero starts a clothing closet for needy families; Tyson Beckford and Boris Kodjoe ('Addicted').
Steve counsels feuding twin sisters who want their mother to decide whether they should have a joint wedding ceremony; dating apps; a graduate of Steve's camp for fatherless boys; a beatboxing harmonica player.
Pastor Paula White helps Steve counsel a couple; social-media sensation Auntie Fee teaches Steve how to make some recipes; women ask about physical attributes of their men; a 6-year-old has aspirations of being a talk-show host when she grows up.
Comic Kym Whitley tries out extreme-fitness dating, dog-park dating and paper-bag dating; Steve tests new products; a couple are having trouble blending their family.
Steve and Dr. Laura Berman help a couple who are too busy to have much passion in their relationship; actress Melissa Gilbert; TV personality Theresa Caputo performs readings for audience members; Steve introduces his youngest daughter, Lori.
Celebrity chef Paula Deen discusses her controversial comments, forgiveness, second chances and her plans for a comeback; Paula and her sons, Jamie and Bobby, share some recipes; young men who attended Steve's Father's Day camp.
Steve tries to help the worst dater in New York turn around her dating life; 'The X Factor' winners Alex & Sierra perform; guests wonder if their quirky habits are normal; a woman whose photo-bomb made her a viral sensation.
Steve goes against a viewer in a diet competition moderated by nutritionist Joy Bauer; author Nicky Hilton offers advice on adding to one's existing wardrobe each season without breaking the bank; Lesley McSpadden discusses her teenage son's death.
Ten women participate in a two-day camp designed to help them face their dating fears; three sisters honor their blind father with a surprise 'thank you'; letters from children at summer camp.
Erin is unhappy because her husband does not put forth a lot of effort to celebrate her birthday every year; firefighter chefs compete; an engaged couple meet for the first time; Disney Dreamers Academy.
A woman is jealous of her husband's car; Nev Schulman ('Catfish'); Sophia Bush ('Chicago P.D.'); adoptable dogs; a professional NFL dancer.
Singer Jennifer Hudson is interviewed and performs; a family who has benefitted from Hudson's foundation; a woman wants to get rid of her husband's out-of-control beard.
Marjorie stages a surprise intervention with Dr. Phil for Steve; a professional bridesmaid; a man wants his ex to take him back.
Marjorie and Steve help an audience full of couples; a woman's quick thinking saves her children's lives; friends and family choose a woman's date.
A woman's family, friends, co-workers and others help her to find a boyfriend; teen pitcher Mo'Ne Davis; estranged siblings reunite; the Ice Bucket Challenge.
Self-proclaimed nerds from last season come back to turn another nerd around; a son gives his father a gift of a lifetime; Steve helps a homeless woman go to nursing school; Steve's vision board.
Men face questions from an audience of women; a 'master sniffer'; a restaurant owner continues paying his employees after his building burns down; a boy survives an alligator attack.
Steve answers viewer questions; bachelors go through staged events on a first date; Steve shares photos and experiences from his travels; Adrienne Moore ('Orange Is the New Black'); Kim Gravel ('Kim of Queens'); pop culture guru Carrie Keagan.
An Ohio woman and her mother interrogate potential mates on their first date; Steve's new dressing room; Dr. Laura Berman discusses sex; college students create a pizza app.
Audience members celebrate milestone birthdays; Ali Fedotowsky ('The Bachelorette'); LuAnn de Lesseps ('The Real Housewives of New York City'); Deidre Hall ('Days of our Lives'); Dorothy Wang and Morgan Stewart ('Rich Kids of Beverly Hills').
A surprise wedding proposal; cameras go inside the Harvey home for a family barbecue and the debut of granddaughter Rose; a boy helps to purchase wheelchairs for people in need; how to spot a player; a man performs CPR on a squirrel.
Steve celebrates his new book, 'Act Like a Success, Think Like a Success'; 'Oprah's Lifeclass'; three self-made business moguls give away the secrets to their success; mom inventors try to get their big break.
Steve takes the studio audience outside for a block party; Steve surprises a blended family of eight with a family trip; three potential couples get an extreme first date; Pitbull performs.
Kevin Hart, Michael Ealy, Romany Malco, Terrence Jenkins and Jerry Ferrara ('Think Like a Man Too'); chef Jeff Ansorge; two single nannies say their jobs prevent them from meeting men; a 3-D street artist.
A three-week plan helps adult offspring obtain independence; a workout device; a diet challenge with nutritionist Joy Bauer; wacky headlines about people under the influence of unexpected things.
A couple in a long-distance relationship decide to move in together; improving one's sex life; make up artist Tatiana Ward reveals a surprise makeover.
A blind date test; Sandra Foli, 73, winner of the RAW Powerlifting Federation's National Championship; a single mom worries her son is failing at school; funny texts between strangers.
A father and son meet for the first time; Jill Wagner ('Wipeout') challenges a viewer to an obstacle course; a single woman hopes to find a summer romance; grilling.
Dressing with style; nutritionist Joy Bauer reveals common household items that could make one fat; simple changes to lose weight; a woman's overprotective sons get in the way of her love life; the creator of the D-Low Shuffle.
A woman wants a second chance at love with her child's father; re-establishing a family dynamic after years of separation; a 10-day weight loss diet; a woman says her husband is addicted to shopping; a child's reaction to the car wash goes viral.
Steve has an intern for the day; body language and success; principal Liz Dozier ('Chicagoland'); a Guinness world record-holder tries to break his record for Steve.
A woman gets rid of everything that reminds her of her ex; Heather Thomson ('The Real Housewives of New York City') reveals summer's hottest new swimwear styles; a raw-food diet; photos of people celebrating divorce.
Entrepreneur Lisa Nichols tells the story behind her success; Steve's daughter Morgan discusses foreign foods in America; Steve gives a girl basketball player a dream prom, including surprise date Jahlil Okafor; Steve revisits 2014's Harvey's Heroes.
Hidden cameras put a mother to the test when her children are forced to handle awkward situations without her; the pros and cons of overprotective parenting; an inspiring new hero; dangers of keeping in touch with an old flame.
Steve helps two guests wondering if they should call it quits with their men; Maine restaurants compete to see who makes the best lobster roll; a 5-year-old does impressions, including one of Steve; Donnie McClurkin performs.
Steve's style team transforms the look of a well-educated, accomplished professional who dresses like a teenager; Steve puts a reformed cheater on the hot seat; a cancer survivor sells ice cream for a good cause; a viral video star tries a back-flip.
Steve's cameras follow a woman on a date to prove she is coming on too strongly; Steve tests out the latest gadgets; an entrepreneur uses his recovery to help others struggling with addiction; a trick-shot pool master.
Steve helps a man find the words to express how he feels to his wife; 100-year-old best friends discuss pop culture; a woman surprises her husband with a man cave makeover; the woman who created the fitness craze Prancercise.
Drew and Jonathan Scott ('Property Brothers'); never-before-seen footage from Steve's 'Guess Who's Coming to Dinner' series; a deserving family makes memories at the circus; fashions for four-legged friends.
Steve gives a Silicon Valley family a vacation from technology in a remote log cabin; summer blockbusters; inventors showcase their creations; Steve tells women how to date; a magical new kitchen tool.
A woman's past boyfriends tell her what she has been doing wrong; protecting the skin during the summer months; Steve's wife, Marjorie, discusses summer fashion; funny things children think when they do not know the answers at school.
Steve sets up four men on fantasy dates; a female professional bull-rider; singer Patti LaBelle helps a couple to lose weight; the young inventor of a new 3-D puzzle.
Talk-show host Meredith Vieira; chef Cat Cora shows how to make an ideal portable picnic; a husband acts like a frat boy; Steve's wife, Marjorie, debuts her fashion blog.
Single women ask questions; skipping school makes boys into heroes; the stars of AMC's 'Freakshow'; a woman with 25 years in the armed forces shares her biggest lessons; extreme Bloody Mary cocktails.
Extreme 'manscaping'; combating belly fat; Judge Lynn Toler ('Divorce Court') tackles legal questions caused by social media and helps women who were wronged online; Steve plays a game against audience members.
Men beg for forgiveness; throwing a low-cost spring get-together; a student athlete stood up to a bully and defended a classmate; Extreme Date Re-Enactment; an extreme obstacle course.
A woman's addiction to social media posting is ruining her relationships; couples play Beat the Clock; Bishop T.D. Jakes discusses following instincts; the no-holds-barred contact sport of combat juggling.
Psychotherapist Stacy Kaiser and reality star Todd Chrisley help Steve answer three guests who want to know if their unusual habits are normal; a college student rescued a classmate from an attacker; a single mom looks for love; a fairytale proposal.
LuAnn de Lesseps ('The Real Housewives of New York City') gives makeovers to two women struck by unthinkable tragedy; 98 Degrees' Jeff Timmons; a woman says her husband is too set in his ways; Henry Stephens reports on how people honor their moms.
Reality star La La Anthony tells how to reignite the romantic spark after having children; sexercise; a single mother gets a makeover; how to update a look with sexy style; edible body butter.
A military man tries to run a home with four children when his wife goes on strike; Mother's Day gift ideas; survivors of death-defying medical crises; a viral video shows children with strong opinions on getting a new baby sibling.
Four women whom viewers have nominated for mother of the year; mom-friendly gadgets that ease life on the go; adopted twins get a heartfelt reunion; funny things moms tweet when venting about parenthood.
The hottest online dating app; actress Susan Lucci; Heather Thomson ('The Real Housewives of New York City') reveals the latest trends in workout gear; funny-but-true letters children send home from camp.
Todd Chrisley ('Chrisley Knows Best') advises parents struggling with their children; Beth Stern introduces adorable rescue dogs in need of homes; thrift-store finds transform a living room; edible corsages.
'Real Housewives' and their husbands; Myron Mixon ('BBQ Pitmasters'); Steve offers to crush a man's TV, because he watches it more than his wife would like; who is keeping the twerking dance craze going.
Children voice their opinions of Steve, dating and love; an 8-year-old prepares a family-friendly recipe; reality star Rosie Pope presents children's fashions; the girl whose dramatic refusal to turn 4 went viral.
Steve gets a man to express his love; the first African-American woman to join Philadelphia's SWAT team; a woman's Facebook fundraising efforts help send a stranger to college; the 'Lunchbox Dad.'
A woman who fears heights goes up in the air; overcoming phobias; surviving a fashion emergency; updating one's look; finding out whether a man is cheating by uncovering potential evidence in his social media.
Steve and his wife advise a studio audience full of unhappy couples; new trends in manicures; Steve arranges a first-date do-over for a woman who botched a date with a good guy; what happened when police pulled over a 2-year-old for speeding.
Three women who look decades younger than their real ages give advice; extreme Hollywood beauty trends; a 36-year-old woman gets a makeover; hilarious ways to know one is getting older.
Male detractors say Steve broke the man code and break down his most controversial advice; Steve tries physical fitness system Pilates; Steve helps a man cross something off his family bucket list; Steve looks for the next cyber celebrity.
Steve shows a father how to screen his daughter's potential dates; a boy raises money to buy lunches for children in need; a school shooting survivor; a security professional tells how to stay safe during a school shooting crisis; angora rabbits.
Steve sets up 'nerds' with women, then breaks down their dating mistakes; a spring allergy forecast; home remedies that ease common allergy symptoms; a woman's husband cannot stand her cooking; foods Steve vows never to eat again.
Actress Holly Robinson, HLN's Robin Meade and hairstylist Tabatha Coffey discuss pop culture news; decoding children's texting lingo; Steve helps a sportscaster find a man; an ex gets dunked.
A woman's three ex-boyfriends tell her why their relationships failed; a Harvey's Hero helps at-risk children in a tough Chicago neighborhood; Steve's wife, Marjorie, reveals must-have spring looks; 'Dunk an Ex Week.'
Steve gives a youth a one-on-one lesson in the art of manhood; Marlon Wayans, Gabriel Iglesias and Affion Crockett ('A Haunted House 2'); addiction to social media; 'Dunk an Ex Week.'
A man's fear of rejection keeps him from dating; Food Network stars Pat and Gina Neely prepare Southern-inspired recipes; Jenni Pulos ('Flipping Out') tells how to make a workplace run smoothly; a vengeful woman dunks her ex.
Techniques that build memory and exercise the mind; testing seasonal products; hairstylist Tabatha Coffey discusses attitude; 'Dunk an Ex Week.'
Steve gets a husband to confess to telling little white lies; Steve helps parents to keep up with their children's knowledge and use of social media; posting photos; a newlywed's best friend is a constant third wheel; a bubble artist.
Steve helps a woman ask her fiance for thousands of dollars for plastic surgery; a millionaire entrepreneur tells of the three steps she followed to achieve success; women who cheat; an audience member's wife surprises him with news of her pregnancy.
Steve helps a woman to find a date; Eastern alternatives to over-the-counter cures; eateries in Brooklyn and Chicago compete for best doughnut; a photographer turns potholes into works of art.
Panel: pageant coach Kim Gravel, reality TV star LuAnn de Lesseps and Judge Lynn Toler; waistline-friendly snacks and drinks; mothers who have invented safety products; the woman who holds the record for loudest burps; M.A.D.D. Rhythms performs.
Film critic Ben Lyons meets a man obsessed with movies; composting; the Chicago Kite Club; Ruben Studdard performs.
A woman spends so much time with her gay best friend that he has become her stand-in boyfriend; a teen makes prom dreams come true for girls who otherwise would not be able to go; how to ask for a promotion; Chicago's Oak Street Beach.
A man treats his wife like one of the guys; child reporter Henry Stephens celebrates spring; how to use a new dating app to find love; graduates of Steve's Disney Dreamers Academy; a 7-year-old's impression of his dad makes his wish come true.
Two soon-to-be-married couples face problems; chef Rick Bayless grills seasonal recipes; a stranger changes a homeless woman's life; a college student trains to be a ninja.
Steve makes a video with Jimmy Fallon ('The Tonight Show'); spring fashions for women with curves; a Harvey's Hero rescued someone from an oncoming train; Steve sets up a woman on her first date; Olympian Dorothy Hamill.
How to grab a guy's attention and land a date; NFL star Deion Sanders; the results of Steve's bridal boot camp; funny notes that siblings leave for each other.
A man and a woman choose a life together without marriage; Hollywood's latest weight-loss method may be too good to be true; teams of fathers and daughters compete; what happened to the man who quit his job with Steve's help.
Styling natural hair beautifully; the founder of a social-media platform for women; a woman and her son thank the trainer who helped them to lose 400 pounds; the 'dad in a box' whose birthday surprise for his 3-year-old went viral.
The worst dater in Oregon; Antoinette Tuff saves hundreds from an intruding gunman at school; comics George Wallace and Jerry Seinfeld; finding luxury vacations for a deal; an embarrassing, hilarious accidental text message.
Questions a woman can ask to find out if her man is a cheater; weight loss; a young man learns to dress like an adult, manage finances and master interviewing skills; the man who holds the record for blowing the largest bubble-gum bubble.
Steve shows a woman how to send better text messages in order to find love; successfully using social media; an athlete who escaped gang life thanks his mentor; a celebrity makeup artist gives tutorials on the Internet.
Steve convinces women to reconsider what they want in men; a team of Harvey's Heroes; a man confronts his wife about her over-the-top wardrobe; Steve reveals who holds the crown for the cleanest commode in the country.
Moving forward after heartbreak; stylist Lilliana Vazquez turns wedding gowns into date-ready dresses; strange dreams' meanings; audience members compete for a luxury vacation; a man tells Steve how he survived animal attacks and lightning strikes.
A single woman looks for love in time to start a family; a female athlete plays in a men's pro football game; a single dad worries that his teen daughter is heading down a dangerous road; a 4-year-old's funny take on winter weather.
Steve helps with a wedding; event planner Kelley Moore tells how to plan a wedding more simply and inexpensively; a former prison inmate gets a makeover; coupon queen Jessica Jones; a dad gets creative to embarrass his children.
Steve is in control of actress Kym Whitley's date; keeping men's skin looking great; Deborah Tillman ('America's Supernanny') helps a family; growing a vertical indoor garden.
A man says his fiancee's wedding plans are over the top; Steve tests cold-weather products; a woman brings joy to children battling cancer; funny notes from strangers.
Steve sets up the worst wing-woman on a date with actor Laz Alonso; youth education programs help Philadelphia children reach new heights; buying the right car; quotes from exhausted moms.
Teens want to know if their habits are weird; Kim Gravel ('Kim of Queens'); actress Rosie Perez; the woman behind the 'Fat Girl Dancing' Internet videos; the brick-breaking world record-holder and his youngest protege.
Steve makes a family put down its smartphones, tablets and video games to spend time together; two competitors from the show 'Naked and Afraid'; the woman who stole Steve's first kiss looks for love; a break-dancing teacher.
A stay-at-home mom goes on strike for a day; men save lives during harsh winter weather; updating a kitchen inexpensively; 'weather kid' Henry Stephens.
How couples can negotiate and keep the peace at home; a survivor of gang violence works to fight crime in his community; Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel; Roma Downey and Mark Burnett ('Son of God'); a teen sword-swallower.
Actress Betty White; a young boy's best friend supports him while he fights cancer; advice for women who want to help their friends find love; a nail artist uses Steve's face in her latest manicure.
Three women say their husbands have lost the spark; keeping spice in a marriage; author Jackie Collins; LL Cool J on the set of 'NCIS: Los Angeles'; the 'Dancing Treadmill Diva.'
Men and commitment; staying positive in the face of negativity; physical and emotional transformations after breakups; Steve's annual mentoring program for boys.
Dating someone not one's type; double-duty household items to make life easier; children tell what they think about love; Olympic gold medalist Tara Lipinski; audience members squat like an Olympian.
Where to find a man, how to take things to the next level, and how to get him to commit himself and propose; Daisy Lewellyn ('Blood, Sweat & Heels') tells how to choose the ideal date-night wardrobe; social-media stars.
Lifelong friends try a 24-hour relationship; taking a selfie photo; mothers and daughters ask questions about their relationships; inappropriate places to snap a selfie.
Screening men; exercise instructor Tony Horton; Jenni Pulos ('Flipping Out'); using a vacuum cleaner to make a child's ponytail.
Actor Michael Ealy meets a fan; actress Regina Hall; Jeff Mauro ('Sandwich King'); Steve helps women decode their text conversations with men; Steve finds out what really inspired a man to post 'I'm Dating Someone Even Though I'm Married!'
Steve plays Cupid; actor Kevin Hart surprises a fan; new yoga moves to help the sex life; Steve challenges couples to prove how well they know each other; an audience member gets a romantic surprise.
Actress Kym Whitley; Steve tries the sport of curling; Steve tests products that promise to help one's love life; easy ways to enjoy chocolate; an audience member's surprise confession of love.
Steve helps a longtime couple relive their love story; breakfast in bed; three questions women should ask to find out if their relationship problems are deal breakers; a husband's declaration of love.
Steve officiates a wedding for 50 couples from across the country; wedding-cake bakeries compete; Steve's Valentine's Day gift guide; a honeymoon surprise for the newlyweds.
A woman confesses her feelings for a childhood crush; Far East secrets to enhancing libido; husbands learn to plan the perfect day to show their love; Olympian Shani Davis; Steve's Proposal Week finale.
Patti Stanger ('Millionaire Matchmaker'); a man takes photos of himself in a pink tutu; sleeping positions; surprise proposals; second-graders make a hilarious 24-step guide to love.
A woman says her husband flirts too much with other women; a 9-year-old helps to deliver her baby sister; 100-year-old friends return with hilarious opinions on pop culture; a marriage proposal.
A woman takes control of her daughter's dating life; a couple married for 25 years share their secret to keeping love alive; a man says his wife's obsession with social media affects her family life; a surprise proposal.
An audience member gets a special surprise from overseas; a man finds the words to express his love for his family; dating trends; acne; artist Dan the Pancake Man.
Pageant coach Kim Gravel; LuAnn de Lesseps ('The Real Housewives of New York City'); TV personality Carrie Keagan; Todd Carmichael ('Dangerous Grounds'); Judge Lynn Toler ('Divorce Court'); children's unintentionally funny test answers.
Steve follows up with women who took an oath to wait three months before hopping in bed with a new guy; New Orleans grandmothers reveal recipes sure to capture a man's heart; women face the fear of turning into their mothers; funny breakup texts.
A single mother of three boys, whose life changed in an instant in a tragic car accident, gets three surprises; Dr. Phil and Jay McGraw show an app for medical advice; Steve helps a woman who has not been on a date in years; gadgets for lazy people.
Steve breaks down three sisters' mistakes and coaches them through first dates onstage; makeup artist Olivia Blois Sharpe ('Jerseylicious'); a mother of a special-needs son gives a surprise 'thank you'; texts that have ended relationships.
A woman's ex-boyfriends tell her why she is still single; an 11-year-old girl makes a difference for a friend in need; three lies men tell women on first dates; Defining Diversity performs.
Steve sends a professional organizer to clean up a couple's home; mistakes women make at the gym; helping children to gain confidence and make friends; photos of crazy fathering moments.
A guest afraid of the dentist gets a surprise checkup on stage; telling a spouse he needs to lose weight; jump-starting weight loss; using common household items to spruce up a home; disgusting words.
Steve helps a young woman get a first date; night eating; the world record holder for hula-hooping with a 100-pound tire; champagne.
Steve helps a couple who need a perfect date night; conquering clutter; single mothers struggling to raise teen sons; coping without a male role model; revealing letters children have written to their parents.
Steve coaches a woman through a first date on stage; a millionaire mother reveals her secrets to success; Steve gives a husband a crash course in chivalry; a 4-year-old flag expert.
Steve celebrates his birthday with a party full of surprises; actor Kevin Hart; rapper Ice Cube; Steve's best friend; Steve's first kiss; Steve's daughters Brandi, Karli and Morgan.
A woman's fatherless sons have taken control of the household; a 10-year-old girl jumped to the rescue of her classmate; Steve helps a man who has no stylish shoes; teachers' outrageous detention slips; Jennifer Holliday performs.
Kym Whitley ('Raising Whitley'); an affordable winter vacation; audience members win a cruise; a fertility specialist answers questions; cities with unusual names.
Home-improvement specialist Carter Oosterhouse; staying sexy at home; beauty advice; a man finds nearly $100,000 and surprises everyone with what he does next.
Cameras follow a woman on two dates to uncover what she is doing wrong; overcoming unemployment; a pop culture trivia contest; what Steve's viewers say about his mustache.
A three-part plan to help women move forward after breakups; a Harvey's Hero helps less-fortunate children to keep warm; two Chicago restaurants compete at preparing steak; a state-champion hog-caller.
How couples can stop fighting over money; chef Jeff Henderson; a Harvey's Hero helps Chicago's homeless stay warm and fed; how to improve the memory at any age; photos of a toddler and a puppy.
A weight-loss boot camp for brides-to-be; Kim Gravel ('Kim of Queens'); tools for a healthy marriage; words of wisdom from two 100-year-old women.
TV host Rachael Ray; getting a good night's sleep; Dr. Laura Berman tells how to make a romantic fresh start in the bedroom; a couple's spectacular basketball-game proposal went viral.
A multi-phase plan to find 'the one'; a full-body workout; Steve helps a family check an item off its bucket list; hilarious ways people use social media.
Steve tries to reform a slobby husband; Steve gives a driving lesson to his teens, Lori and Wynton; kindergarten teachers get makeovers; a taxi-driver calendar.
A man and a woman who have been friends for more than a decade are ready to give a romantic relationship a try; a 4-year-old mayor and his mother; unsmiling guests get makeovers; holiday photos.
President Barack Obama; ideal presents for anyone; Steve reunites a military family for the holidays; budding artists transform Steve into 'The 12 Days of Christmas.'
A woman compares her husband to Scrooge; gifts to give to friends; a generous woman gets a big thank you from the kids she mentored.
Steve helps husbands get the right gift for their wives; popular gifts for men; the Harvey family shares their favorite holiday traditions; awkward holiday photos.
A showcase of holiday fashion for any budget, shape and size; a gift guide for women; a family in need of a home; how to make quick, delicious cakes for the holidays.
Steve tries to find a date for Countess LuAnn de Lesseps; a kid-approved holiday gift guide; pets in need of a good home.
A group of women say their single friend has terrible dating habits; Ree Drummond ('The Pioneer Woman') tells how to serve the perfect holiday meal; a single mother needs to get her son under control; a health advocate wears fashion made of food.
A woman who opposed Steve's dating methods returns; pulling off a holiday meal in style; a paralyzed woman walks down the aisle; outrageous signs posted in neighborhoods throughout the country.
Women whose exes made their personal, intimate photos public; migraines; ways for mothers to improve their wardrobes; top qualities that make for good reality stars.
An Arkansas woman thinks and acts like a man; Judge Jeanine Pirro weighs in on viewers' relationship-based legal problems; viewers compete in a home-cook challenge; letters from children to God.
A guest's immature actions and pranks have gotten out of control; a female auto-mechanic; skydiving survivors of an airplane collision; WWE superstar David Otunga; a bond between a dog and a baby.
Bickering couples; chef Sandra Lee; women thinking about freezing their eggs; a 7-year-old who saved a 2-year-old from drowning.
Steve plays matchmaker for a competitive lumberjack; chef Art Smith; dog trainer Dina Zaphiris helps a couple with a 200-pound dog; the Chicago Sky Squad show off their acrobatic dunk moves.
A firefighter gets a man cave; transforming unused space into a sanctuary; NASCAR driver Darrell Wallace Jr.; a best-friend intervention; a home fragrance for the holidays.
A woman screens eligible dates for her ex-boyfriend; celebrity trainer Christine Lusita; women whose friends wronged them; the Salvation Army's Angel Tree program.
Steve tries to get a slacker to change her ways; Dr. Travis Stork ('The Doctors') tells how to beat the common cold; the season's hottest coats; a pet-fashion show.
The husband of a woman whose spending has gotten out of control learns of her massive debt; financial advice for compulsive shoppers; actor Beau Bridges; Steve honors small-business and community leaders who make a difference in their small towns.
Steve's daughter Brandi and the young men from the Steve Harvey Mentoring Camp thank him; Steve helps one of the women from the Carnegie Deli to find a man; an indoor workout; Steve's sandwich creation.
The big day of the wedding Steve has planned; a man has stopped more than 200 suicides on the Golden Gate Bridge; getting young men ready for dating; awkward wedding photos.
Steve helps single women find love; a big dating mistake women must avoid; Tom Bergeron ('America's Funniest Home Videos'); an emotional surprise reunion for a woman and the teacher who changed her life.
Steve baby-sits five children; Steve helps a woman come to terms with her biggest regret; celebrity hairstylist Lawrence Zarian; the inventor of a new style of doll.
Steve helps a boxing coach to propose; Steve crashes a single-ladies' lunch; Steve helps families create bucket lists; bad foods some families serve at Thanksgiving.
Pastor Joel Osteen; Steve surprises a pizza-maker; the stars of TLC's 'Extreme Cheapskates'; health enthusiast Jorge Cruise reveals a woman's weight-loss results.
Steve selects three eligible bachelors to meet reality star Porsha Stewart; Steve's impromptu set-up for a single woman; interracial couples; the 2-year-old star of a viral video.
Steve surprises an unsuspecting subway hero on the job; a single-dad pageant; keeping a house safe; a mother's creative photos of her infant sleeping.
Men tell why they cheat; Dr. Laura Berman; millionaires tell how they turned their passion for chocolate into a successful business; fall and winter footwear.
Steve teaches women how to date; a child's wish to stop bullying goes viral; author Lilliana Vazquez; a 9-year-old world record holder.
Steve helps a man reconnect with his middle-school sweetheart; child card-sharks; Las Vegas' Little White Chapel; a trivia showdown with a big audience giveaway.
Steve helps a guest's boyfriend to commit; author Nicholas Sparks; Drew and Jonathan Scott ('The Property Brothers'); stars of Univer-soul Circus 'Quick Change.'
Steve's latest Super Mom gets a surprise; what relationship issues could be deal-breakers; a movie-inspired dinner party; children send heartfelt messages to their parents serving overseas.
Reality star Honey Boo Boo and her family; her fans face off; introducing a new boyfriend to the children; Joy Bauer ('Today') tells which foods can improve memory and libido; audience members try to win cash.
Couples and a sex therapist discuss what goes on behind closed doors; cooking a turkey in less than an hour; Tabatha Coffey helps an entrepreneur realize her business dream; audience members try to win cash.
The secrets to a successful online dating profile; Steve tests new products in home entertaining; Steve reunites a woman with the twin brother she thought died at birth; audience members try to win cash.
Teen girls' dangerously low self-esteem; body image; the women of WWE 'Total Divas'; capturing men's attention in public places; audience members try to win cash.
Women tell how they balance motherhood, career and marriage; Eastern remedies to improve health and sex life; dating and body language; audience members try to win cash.
Steve convinces a Halloween-hating dad to get a monster makeover; last-minute advice for Halloween parties; real-life dating horror stories.
Steve sends best friends out on a romantic date; comic Kevin Hart; a low-cost bathroom makeover; a woman gives up everything to run a community center for at-risk youth in New Orleans.
New Yorkers ask Steve questions; Dr. Laura Berman says too much affection can hurt relationships; a full-figured fashion show with Star Jones; a woman makes a difference in her crime-ridden community through music and dance.
Medium Theresa Caputo; 12-year-old fashion designer Isabella Rose Taylor; men apologize for stupid things they have done that ruined relationships; competitive eater Pat Bertoletti.
Bride Jessie chooses a color scheme and a cake and gets a surprise; a mother struggles with disciplining her preteen daughter; advice for single mothers with out-of-control children; journalist Lester Holt's surprise tribute.
Steve helps a son find the ideal man for his newly single mother; Victor Chu tells how to master stiletto heels with ease; Lisa Lillien taste-tests fans' low-calorie recipes; Chicago Boyz perform.
Steve and Dr. Laura Berman discuss college students offering men companionship in exchange for payment of their college bills; apps for moms; married couples compete; a surprise for the 'Bike Vigilante.'
Internet dating; rules for a successful first date; finding love in cyberspace; singer Tim McGraw; chili-makers compete; an Internet sensation uses her body as a canvas.
Nanny Deborah Tillman advises on temper tantrums; flirting; men's text messages; Halloween costumes for children.
Couples with unique habits; Dr. Laura Berman and Dr. John Duffy; bride Jessie picks out her dress; a woman thanks a firefighter who helped her to recover from a devastating diagnosis; mothers-in-law.
A woman who pushed away the man of her dreams comes to Steve for help; Felicia Turrentine-Doyle ('Deep Fried Masters'); fall getaways for couples; the woman who started the Prancercise fad.
A breast cancer survivor and mother of four young boys gets a surprise; breast cancer; a man places a billboard ad looking for love.
Co-workers turn a woman over to Steve for dating help; teen slang for designer drugs; Steve helps a mother to make a big pitch for her product to HSN; crazy tattoos.
Steve tries to help a slobby husband reform; slow-cooker recipes to heat up game day; relationship dealbreakers; hit-and-run apology notes.
How to keep the peace when a husband wants to watch football; a struggling career woman looking for love; inspiring stories; over-the-top souvenir items.
Steve reveals the three best places to find a man; a mother of two overweight kids is desperate to get their health on track; the Rev. Al Sharpton discusses his new book, 'The Rejected Stone'; heartless ways people have ended relationships.
When Steve plays a round of 'Who Wants to Be a Millionaire' with host Cedric the Entertainer, one family could win cash; a 21-year-old woman who has never met her birth mother gets a surprise; professional basketball player Elena Della Donne.
Fashion stylist Lawrence Zarian provides easy and affordable ways to improve a man's fashion choices; solving embarrassing medical issues; saving money while having family fun; Steve and his son play bubble soccer.
Women who disagree with Steve's advice sound off in a debate; Steve's detractors share why they're not following the tips in his book; Steve gives his teenage children a driving lesson; a mom who worries her son is sinking the family business.
The most common bad advice given by women; behind-the-scenes with Ellen DeGeneres and Dr. Phil; how to lose up to nine pounds a week; how to stop hating one's body image; names for new cars.
A woman goes from prisoner to entrepreneur; a woman meets her biological father for the first time; the young cheerleaders of 'Cheer Perfection' perform.
Eric Martsolf and Shawn Christian ('Days of our Lives'); questions about parenting; choosing a pet for a family; the 'rapping dad.'
How to bounce back after being blindsided by a breakup; the children of 'Toddlers & Tiaras'; Ali Larter ('Heroes'); many uses for a common household item.
A woman who has been a bridesmaid in 10 weddings wants a wedding of her own; Duff Goldman ('Ace of Cakes'); Kirk Fox ('The Test'); three unusual jobs that pay well.
Women ask an all-male panel about sex; Tyra Banks ('America's Next Top Model'); Steve scales a rock-climbing wall; dogs help in the battle against diabetes; getting a reality show.
Steve helps a newly blended family keep the peace; designer Sabrina Soto shows how to fix do-it-yourself disasters around the house; Steve sets up a woman with someone who is the opposite of whom she usually dates.
Steve helps a husband who is clueless about romance; digital dating trends; inspiring stories of young men from the Steve Harvey Mentoring Camp.
A man wants to make his daughter's wedding day perfect without breaking the bank; creating a family gathering on a budget; a 79-year-old female Olympian continues to break records; a woman gets the chance to pursue her dream career.
Abby Lee Miller ('Dance Moms'); Judge Lynn Toler; Carrie Keagan; two guests get makeovers; preteen, world-class chefs; a new way to do some good.
Women discuss Steve's 90-day rule; a cookie survey; getting children into high gear; trendy fall looks; good Samaritans get a surprise.
Kindergarten teachers get makeovers; when to end a relationship; Steve tries aqua cycling.
Teen boys discuss sex; talking with children about sex and keeping them safe; a young athlete and lung-cancer survivor thanks the woman who helped her; trends in tailgating; children's invention.
Michael Bublé discusses his family and performs; a stay-at-home mom goes on strike; how to get a man to help around the house; achieving success.
Experts help women who fear turning 40; a preschooler is a town's mayor; one of Steve's most memorable worst daters returns.
Steve tells secrets about his interview with Oprah Winfrey, invites viewers along for his final dress rehearsal in preparation for Season 2, and reveals the daily rituals that he does before every show.
Steve sees his new dressing room for the first time, gives a preview of Season 2 and a look at his wardrobe, allows viewers to vote on what he will wear, and tells what he was really thinking during one of his most popular food segments last year.
Steve shows how he and his staff come up with show ideas, talks about some of his most-memorable moments, reveals how he gets to work each day, and tells which of last year's worst daters will come back for a second chance at love.
Steve shows what happens backstage in the control room, tells all about his first season, gives a preview of Season 2 and reveals his most awkward moment.
Steve shows off his new set and pulls back the curtain on everything that happens backstage with never-before-told stories and a preview of the second season.
An emotional surprise for Steve; Steve helps a short man to find a woman; losing weight by drumming; Steve throws a perfectionist's son a surprise birthday; a robot does standup comedy.
A mom worries that her son does not understand the way things work in the real world; Steve pulls a practical joke on two prank-loving spouses; a girl's classmates make her homecoming dream come true; New Zealand dogs who drive.
Talk-show hosts Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb; Steve helps a man called 'Mr. Perfect' to find a partner; stories from Steve's mentoring program for young sons of single mothers; Abby Lee Miller ('Dance Moms'); children make portraits of Steve.
Talk-show host Ellen DeGeneres; feeling secure in a relationship with an attractive man; what a man's kiss says; a woman reunites with her biological father; what to get a man for an anniversary.
Actress Halle Berry; Steve helps a family to cross off an item on their bucket list; chef Fabio Viviani; a homeless man came to a police officer's rescue; the foxtrot.
Filmmaker Tyler Perry; men show off their mechanical-bull riding skills; children give their takes on life; a woman deep in debt confesses her spending habits to her husband; discussing money and financial worries with a spouse; Steve's new wheels.
Why men resist committing; spicy foods; some of Steve's best 'Steve the Tester' moments; triplets get makeovers; the best moments from Steve's Money Booth.
Steve and Dr. Laura Berman help a husband to be romantic; Steve and nephew Tommy help a woman tired of her husband's pranks; a grandmother beat down her attacker; a single mother must have a sex talk with her teen son; exercising on the toilet.
Four men compete to be crowned the Hottest Husband in America; hula dancing; a woman reunites with her son after 20 years; a video of a man caught with his pants down in a hotel lobby.
Media proprietor Oprah Winfrey; how to flirt; Steve confronts wild animals, including a giant eagle-owl, warthogs and tarantulas; Steve gives a couple a $30,000 man-cave makeover; a second-grader interviews Steve.
How to stop being a doormat; a triathlete reveals struggles with substance abuse and homelessness; how to improve the memory and remember people's names.
Three sisters get a supersized speed date with lots of different kinds of men; giant food; dealing with parents' divorce; a chance to win thousands of dollars.
Throwing a summer party; children talk about money, careers and politics; women discuss human-interest stories; viewers ask personal health questions; a dog sleeps in the sink.
Daughters fear that their 70-something mother's dating life is out of control; dating rules; Steve tests new products custom-made for sneaking and snooping; a woman does not want her son to act like a gentleman; viewers send in funny photos.
Negotiating with a spouse; a 13-year-old's quick thinking helps to save two lives in one week; decoding teens' texts; a new app that every parent needs to know; a teen harmonica player.
Women who look older than they are get makeovers; raising children ages 10 to 20; telling children about sex; Steve tests the latest electronic gadgets; an unusual new perfume.
Parents learn to embrace new technology; beauty myths; AcroYoga; running a small business; unusual weddings.
A special 'Ask Steve'; Steve helps a woman to narrow down her list of dating requirements; grandmothers share secrets to Cajun cooking; 'Fit Philly' participants reveal their weight loss; a smartest-state showdown; updates on 'Harvey's Heroes.'
Chef Curtis Duffy thanks teachers who helped him to overcome a family tragedy; a woman feels betrayed by her best friend; funny photos of things children have destroyed; a full-figured dance troupe performs.
Looking good and feeling sexy at any age; buying shoes; twin sisters look for love; the American laughing champion.
Women say their teen daughters are growing up too quickly; reining in troubled teens; men's beauty products, inspired by women; viewers' bizarre habits; high-end vending machines.
A woman seeks Steve's help in finding good boyfriends for her two daughters; updates on some memorable guests; two of Steve's fans face off in a 'Straight Talk' showdown.
Entrepreneur Martha Stewart shows how to throw a summer party; a 40-year-old woman goes on wild dates; Steve tests the latest camping gear and outdoor products; hot sauces and marinades for barbecue.
An 11-year-old boy struggles with his weight; how to get a family eating better; a groundbreaking female fly-fisher; coworkers who were unaware that they are siblings reunite; Steve's Neighborhood Awards.
The best ways to make an impression with potential employers; inexpensive summer vacations; three audience members get a surprise getaway; a Harvey's Hero's camp helps 50,000 children; children's thoughts on careers, money and politics; funny signs.
A couple dread the day their daughter moves away to college; coping with an empty nest; Olivia Blois Sharpe ('Jerseylicious') shows bizarre beauty-products; hairstylist Tabatha Coffey gives business advice; a 13-year-old CEO.
A panel discusses controversial topics in the news; boxer Laila Ali makes child-friendly meals; Judge Jeanine Pirro weighs in on viewers' legal situations; brothers toss pizzas.
Parents struggle to discipline their teen daughter; dealing with problem teens; a woman turned a regular 'girls night out' into a fortune worth millions; giving a home high-end looks on a budget; a surprise ending.
A couple want to spend more time alone and less with the husband's best friend; following summer trends inexpensively; mothers and children play a game to see who knows each other best; a surprise ending.
A solution to sisters' constant fighting; Lisa Lillien makes desserts; what men say in their text messages; a surprise ending.
Talk-show host Dr. Phil McGraw; TV host Sara Gore shows how to make meals for special occasions; brothers who went from the South Side of Chicago to the symphony salute their parents; a surprise ending.
Children of divorce reveal their real feelings; protecting children while going through a divorce; looking younger without cosmetic surgery; Dr. Wendy Walsh tells how to stop getting trapped in toxic relationships; a surprise ending.
Comic Sherri Shepherd; deserving mothers share their stories; exercises new mothers can do with their babies; a woman who lost more than 200 pounds gets a big surprise.
A single mother chooses among bachelors; gadgets for busy mothers; common mother-daughter dilemmas; a mom gets a surprise.
A single mother deals with her out-of-control teen son; advice for parents struggling with rebellious teens; told she would never walk again, a single mother raises three children; couples expecting their first children play a game; Mom of the Day.
Daughters set up their mother on her first date in 20 years; Steve's Mother's Day gift guide; a military mother travels 4,000 miles to surprise her daughter; an audience member gets a special surprise from her daughter.
An emotional moment in a tribute to his mother makes Steve walk off stage; 10 deserving mothers get head-to-toe makeovers; a young woman reunites with her estranged mother.
A young couple fear they are headed for divorce; avoiding reaching the point of no return; children give their candid, funny thoughts on life, love and money; making fancy food on a budget; a female drag-racer; funny letters to the Tooth Fairy.
A woman deep in debt confesses her spending habits to her husband on Steve's stage; discussing money and financial worries with a spouse; Steve tries unusual foods; an overprotective mother is in danger of alienating her teen son; weight loss.
A cowgirl looks for love; a young man overcomes nearly impossible odds and finds success and a career he loves; a woman says her husband's inability to dance is keeping them out of step; a young man asks his date to the prom in a big way.
Bishop T.D. Jakes offers advice to a struggling married couple; unusual fried foods; questions about pregnancy; a 10-year-old hockey player.
Parents want to spend time with their five children without the distractions of cell phones and social media; making fondue; a game of 'Concentration.'
Media proprietor Oprah Winfrey; Steve helps a teen find a date for the prom; creative ways to store valuables.
Steve plays a practical joke on two fun-loving spouses; turning any meal into a sandwich; a woman goes on a first date with a potential match right on Steve's stage; a surprise for a couple whose dream proposal became a nightmare.
A mother asks for help with her pampered son, who thinks he is 'God's gift'; a man sells the moon; shoes for all shapes and sizes; a woman shares her pregnancy news with her mother.
Steve gives a Washington, D.C., woman a dating intervention; a coupon queen gives money-saving advice; two New York restaurants compete to see which makes the better cheesecake; a musician has an unusual instrument.
A mother wants help with a teen girl who is going down the wrong path; a Hollywood makeup artist shows a hot new look; three married couples compete for a second honeymoon; Steve reads a moving letter from a viewer.
How to know right away if a date is a potential Mr. Right; Steve tries out Zumba; Steve's son Wynton goes behind the scenes at the Disney Dreamers Academy; businesses with unintentionally funny signs.
A woman worries about taking on new responsibilities as a stepmother; Steve helps a wife come clean about her debt; super-expensive foods; young people thank the woman who helped them turn their lives around; funny headlines.
A woman wants her longtime boyfriend to propose; entering the online dating world; spotting healthy fast-food options; a restaurant serves dirt.
Fashions for all body types; makeovers; an 8-year-old turns bacon into a fortune; spotting a chronic cheater.
A man's continual spending on clothing and cologne is way over the family budget; edible insect dishes; a teen's cry for help on social media saves his life; warning signs that a teen suffers from depression; funny cakes.
Comics Joan and Melissa Rivers; easy fixes for do-it-yourself beauty disasters; a moving 'thank you' for a generous grandmother, who offers help in hard times; a viewer shows off her foxy moves.
A teen says his mother's controlling ways are putting a damper on his dating life; establishing dating limits with teens; NFL star Kurt Warner; a panel answers guests' questions about love and sex; funny things children say under anesthesia.
Steve helps a couple to rediscover why they fell in love; how to feel confident at the gym; Steve searches for America's best burger; unusual ties.
A daughter says she feels like a parent to her immature, irresponsible mother; a 9-year-old girl is a Harvey's Hero; Natalie Clarice ('Find Me My Man') helps a professional matchmaker who is unlucky in love; an update on a past guest.
A couple try to blend seven children into a family; hidden cameras reveal germs; Judge Lynn Toler lays down the law; driving goes to the dogs.
Filmmaker Tyler Perry; a young man's late father inspires him to take a step back from his career and do good in the world; three women get makeovers; creative ways children respond to homework assignments.
A wedding photographer wants a picture-perfect date; unusual new ways to use bacon; a young man who braved a 10-mile walk to a job interview and the man who stopped to give him a lift; the mother of a bride searches for a dress; a man's hotel stay.
Nanny Deborah Tillman advises mothers at their wits' end; a male model who had cancer shares his inspiring story; fashion advice for pregnant women; decoding men's dreams; a homework challenge has gone viral.
A single father seeks help finding Ms. Right; a woman says her husband's obsession with sports hurts their relationship; Steve's ultimate guide to coffee; a toddler on his way to becoming a basketball phenomenon.
Whether a man's connection to his mother hurts his marriage; a female mixed-martial-arts referee; anti-aging advice and an all-new workout; funny text conversations between parents and children.
A woman says her husband's help around the house has become an obsession; a woman who loves music helps children in need; a doctor gets Steve's help in finding love; 'Missed Connections' personal ads.
A woman wants another child, but her husband does not; spring-break destinations with something for everyone in the family; the stars of the History Channel's 'Swamp People'; the 'bottle-cap guy.'
A man seeks a last chance to save his relationship; an update on one of Steve's 'good guys'; phase two of Steve's diet plan; viewers have lost weight; an invention proves that beer is going to the dogs.
Steve talks with a man who has not committed to his girlfriend; a family seems to be cursed every time they travel; chef Fabio Viviani; Caroline Manzo ('The Real Housewives of New Jersey'); 'Is It Weird?'; A.J. Johnson ('Chicagolicious').
A workaholic father spends an unforgettable day with his daughters; ways to connect with children; an inventor tells how he turned an onion into millions of dollars; three women get dating advice; a surprising taste-test.
Former professional boxer Mike Tyson; traditional recipes with a twist; a woman surprises the man who helped her beat addiction.
Dating at any age; throwing a spring party on any budget; the stars of 'Freakshow'; a girl reacts to her parents' offer of a trip to Disney World.
Actress Jenny McCarthy; throwing the perfect party; married acrobats talk about their life; a man and his mother reunite after 20 years; reunions between service members and their pets.
Steve talks to a 21-year-old whose mother worries he will never grow up and move out; setting boundaries with children; making basic home repairs; avoiding bad boys.
A husband who refuses to go on vacation; Steve learns to hula; a family that has bad luck on vacations; exotic tropical animals.
Actors Halle Berry and Morris Chestnut; children help endangered animals; a man struggles with the idea of his teen going out on her first date; a 911 call that is no emergency.
A woman says her husband spoils their adult daughter with money, gifts and attention; keeping skin looking smooth all year; a self-made millionaire advises an entrepreneur and tells how to start a new small business; an enterprising young fan.
How to organize a home and remove clutter; chef Melissa d'Arabian prepares soups; how to flirt; five signs that one cannot cook.
Personal trainer Jillian Michaels; a woman's quick thinking in the face of a raging fire; rules for couples to have fair fights; children draw portraits of their mothers.
A guest says other women throw themselves at her husband; dealing with jealousy and insecurity; a woman's special needs child inspires her to create a new community; viewers learn whether their odd habits are truly unusual; Steve's Money Booth.
A woman meets her biological father; how to land a big promotion; Steve aims to find love for a woman with a job as a professional mascot; an audience member tries Steve's Money Booth.
Women tell why their husbands are the hottest in America; fitness products; Stacy Kaiser ('Fatal Vows') answers single mothers' questions about dating; an audience member gets a chance to win in Steve's Money Booth.
Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb ('Today'); products for use in wild winter weather; health advice for women; a Money Booth surprise.
Steve and Dr. Ian Smith challenge the entire city of Philadelphia to get fit; a military father and daughter served together in Afghanistan; Judge Marilyn Milian ('People's Court') answers viewers' legal questions; Steve's Money Booth debuts.
A mother goes on strike; gadgets to get one in the mood; authors Tyrese Gibson and Rev Run; funny sweetheart candy.
Inventive ways to spice up one's life; a couple say the thrill is gone in their marriage; ultimate spicy foods; a swimwear fashion show; finding the right swimsuit for one's body type.
A woman who let Mr. Right get away wants Steve's help in bringing him back for Valentine's Day; the secrets of a man's kissing style; Olivia Blois Sharpe ('Jerseylicious') plays a dating game; Steve's list of songs not to hear after a breakup.
Steve helps a couple to make peace; personal trainer Mike Chang's 60-second workout; a woman steps forward to thank her birth mother for giving her up for adoption; a way to work out when nature calls.
Viewers ask pressing love questions; an unlucky-in-love dater in Illinois; gifts to give on Valentine's Day; Dr. Laura Berman provides the results of a sex survey and tells how to bring romance back to the bedroom; the show's staffers look for love.
Steve helps a woman mend bad dating habits; a new workout; Judge Alex Ferrer solves viewers' legal questions; an app for going to the movies.
Weatherman Al Roker; a junk-food taste test; making a long-distance relationship work; a woman who became a millionaire at age 21; signs one needs to lose weight.
Steve sends a woman on a date on his stage; actress Phylicia Rashad; a battle of chicken and waffles; a new place to put speakers.
One of the most desirable men in America goes on a date with 10 potential suitors; Steve's steps to success; a complete basement makeover; children's funny portraits of Steve.
A quiz on Steve's book 'Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man'; the ways a man's belongings reveal his true personality; a female brewery-owner; expensive suits.
A woman fears that her boyfriend's female best friend may ruin their relationship; getting a good deal on a vehicle; trendy accessories; the Monster Kids perform.
A past guest returns with an update on her love life; hidden dangers of supposedly healthy habits; post-partum depression; an unusual way to get around.
Matchmaker Patti Stanger; Steve's dressing-room designer; 11-year-old basketball star Julian Newman; an audience pop quiz; children's portraits of their mothers.
A woman tells of losing her dream job because of one online photograph; handymen from 'Built' show quick fixes for jobs around the house; the founder of a food pantry.
Winter fashion items; the latest diets; the cast of 'Doomsday Preppers'; an audience member gets a surprise makeover.
A man tells his friend he is in love with her; a TV meteorologist was fired for comments she made on a social-networking website; a double-dutch team shows off mind-boggling moves; some of Steve's principles of success; a bald man uses his head.
Dr. Ian Smith helps Steve to unveil his new diet plan and secrets to weight loss; age-appropriate makeovers for teen girls; men who are unable to commit; a picky eater.
Supernanny Deborah Tillman; blind cross-country runner Sami Stoner; a woman says her husband's bad habits caused her to gain weight; sport-stacker William Polly.
Journalist Soledad O'Brien, Judge Alex Ferrer and Dr. Laura Berman; throwing the ideal party for the big game; the cast of 'Jerseylicious'; funny signs.
Steve sets up hundreds of eligible singles with potential matches; a security guard saved dozens of lives from a sinkhole; actress Alyson Stoner; teens ask embarrassing questions.
A woman who lost her mate asks for help to get back in the dating game; weight-loss updates on memorable guests; Dr. Laura Berman puts a couple on a 'sex diet'; getting little children to help around the house.
Steve grants viewers' birthday wishes; Steve's favorite reality stars, the Gator Boys, bring a special friend; advice for aspiring entrepreneurs; a birthday surprise for Steve; Steve's family stops by with a gift.
A woman who is unlucky in love gets a complete image overhaul; improving an online profile; the stars of 'Sexy Baby' tell what parents can do about the influx of sexual images in their children's lives; krav maga; a mind-controlled toy.
A short man looks for love; a grandmother fought back against her attacker; easy, affordable makeovers; a funny baby video.
A man's neat-freak ways push away family and friends; diet and exercise products; mistakes women make when texting a potential date; ridiculous-sounding headlines from around the world.
Steve helps a mom set up her daughter; 'Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man' success story; a woman says her husband's cheap ways are straining their relationship; homecoming queen Courtney Pearson.
Reading body language to figure out if someone is lying; a husband and wife who haven't had sex in over a year try to rekindle their passion; plus-size lingerie; new additions to the dictionary.
A man shares the story of reuniting with his sisters after 35 years, and all three meet their older sister for the first time; author Bruce Lubin; a woman challenges her husband and her best friend to see who knows her best; unusual baby names.
Steve helps a mom talk to her son about sex; Lisa Lillien shares healthy versions of favorite recipes; Steve surprises reality-TV star Abby Lee Miller; reasons New Year's resolutions get broken.
Steve helps a man who ruined his first proposal; Steve's craziest exercise moments; a man meets the two teens who saved his life.
Members of one family spend more time on their phones than with one another; kid reporter Henry Stephens; Steve faces his fear of wild animals.
Handbags; a woman seeks Steve's help in finding a date; finding gifts for people who are hard to shop for; what not to do at the office holiday party.
A father works rather than spending quality time with his family; gifts for children; a couple dedicate themselves to a summer camp for foster children; a woman tells how the show saved her life.
Steve's wife and children discuss their holiday traditions; appropriate ages for young people to own cell phones and to date; tap dancing; gifts for friends and neighbors; crazy Christmas light displays.
Keeping the peace in the family over the holidays; reality TV stars Matt and Amy Roloff; gifts for men; Santa Claus.
How single mothers can stop the arguments and gain control of their teen sons; gifts for mothers and wives; amputee wrestler Anthony Robles; adopting a puppy; funny letters to Santa.
A woman tells of discovering her husband's infidelity on Facebook; fashion errors men make; the cast of 'Big Texas Heat'; a man may have taken his romantic gesture too far.
A woman has not spoken to her children in months; 9-year-old Sam Gordon tells what it is like to be the only girl on her football team; a woman's obsession with following her exes' every move on Facebook; finding a trustworthy mechanic.
Morning-show co-host Nephew Tommy helps Steve come to the aid of a woman whose husband pulls terrifying pranks; parents turn to humiliation methods to punish their children; throwing a fun holiday party on a budget; an online trend in shaming.
Makeover gurus provide fresh new looks to women with dirty jobs; Steve helps a woman who has not had a single date since her bad breakup; two young men from Steve's mentoring camp discuss changes they have made in their lives; an adult sippy cup.
An inspirational single mother gets a big gift; 'rejection therapy' puts a guest on the right path; the latest seasonal products; Steve tries to translate the language of women who say the opposite of what they mean.
Different types of toxic relationships; how to move on after a bad breakup; home-improvement scams; a food hacker cracks the code to a family's top-secret chili recipe.
Steve helps a family to rebuild from Hurricane Sandy; Steve offers his principles of success; reality TV star Kim Kimble tells how to have sexier hair; funny magazine layouts gone wrong.
Protecting children from identity theft; common style missteps and bad-taste beauty mistakes to avoid; Steve helps a curvy woman find a good guy; a must-have device for winter.
Steve helps a young woman become independent of her sugar daddy and start earning real money herself; the 'Diet Wars' participants reveal their results; Steve helps a budding entrepreneur quit his day job; a past guest returns with an update.
Four men compete for the chance to date a returning guest; classmates surprise a girl by making her homecoming dream come true; getting the most for one's money during the holiday season; couponing; signs that a spouse is a sports fanatic.
The stars of 'Sister Wives'; three young women give their murdered mother a voice; weight-loss updates on previous guests; Steve's take on reality shows; DJ Baby Chino.
Taking an ideal family photo; a homeless hero; women's body language; a kindergarten teacher's million-dollar idea.
Bullying; Steve helps a girl face the bullies who tormented her; chefs Pat and Gina Neely; a professional cuddler.
Controlling cravings for high-calorie sugary sweets and salty snacks; Steve spends a day as a boating tour guide; a millionaire mom turns her family's sloppy habits into good fortune; desperate measures workers take to protect their lunches.
Anchorwoman Soledad O'Brien, Judge Alex Ferrer and Dr. Laura Berman; heart disease; AJ Johnson ('Chicagolicious'); church signs.
Steve helps to make peace between two sisters whose constant feuding is breaking their mother's heart and tearing their family apart; Robbie Montgomery ('Welcome to Sweetie Pie's'); a Hurricane Sandy relief volunteer; funny pickup lines.
A man meets his girlfriend's parents for the first time; the young stars of the film 'Brooklyn Castle'; Dr. Laura Berman and Dr. John Duffy answer viewers' questions; a new dad sues his baby's mother.
'Extreme Cougar Wives' stars; products intended to bring romance into the bedroom; a holiday fashion show for all shapes, sizes and budgets; Steve's top five songs to set the mood.
A young woman has difficulty moving on after a bad breakup; preparing favorite comfort foods with fewer calories; three engaged couples compete for a premier wedding-prize package; unusual wedding-cake toppers.
Talk-show host Ellen DeGeneres; colon cancer; affordable holiday travel deals; pillows.
Three women with dreams of becoming fashion designers compete for their big break; Steve gives a wake-up call to a woman who craves sugar; couples who argue about money.
A woman who lived in her car while in college comes forward to share her inspiring story of achieving her dreams; amazing pet tricks; a woman needs a man to match her height; viewers' funniest Tweets.
An emotional reunion for a military man and his wife; a military mom gets a makeover; finding good women for military good guys; big surprises for an audience full of American heroes.
Comic Cedric the Entertainer; viewers sing to realize their dreams of stardom; personal finance specialist Clark Howard; children ballroom dance Latin style.
A new dad has a fear of changing diapers; women tell of being lured by predators on online dating sites; Steve answers viewers' burning questions; shocking marriage laws from around the country.
Moms worry that their young daughters dress too sexily; strange weight-loss products; Judge Alex Ferrer works to settle viewer disputes; swinging seniors strut their stuff for the audience.
Couples allow the audience to settle their love disputes; a product made an audience member a millionaire; cities battle to have the best corned-beef sandwich.
A man wants to possess some of the sexy qualities of the character Christian Grey of 'Fifty Shades of Grey'; a guest is unable to read between the lines of her mate's text messages; a man and his wife meet the twins who saved him from drowning.
David Tutera gives a woman a second chance to celebrate her wedding; a 10-year-old girl breaks weight-lifting world records; Steve helps reality TV star Brielle Calafiore to fix her online dating life.
Inventors reveal new products; a woman tells how Steve's book helped her to recognize red flags in her relationship; a girl thanks her kidney donor; a bar offers customers on-the-spot pregnancy tests.
A beautiful mortician looks for love; Jarod Miller brings spooky animals; a mother dresses up for Halloween; last-minute Halloween costumes for children.
Stingy ways to save money; a formerly homeless family takes a bucket-list challenge; a spooky Halloween fashion-design; Edon performs.
A woman says she is one of the worst daters in America; 7- and 8-year-olds' ingenious inventions; maternity concierge Rosie Pope; baldness.
Favorite bachelors from shows past return for a second shot at love; children achieve their dreams in school and beyond; a round of 'catch-phrase'; two women apologize to people they did wrong; Bone Breakers from Univer-Soul Circus.
Dancer Mary Murphy; reality-TV star Countess LuAnn de Lesseps; an inspiring teen mom; little-known facts about the U.S.
Favorite bachelors from shows past return for a second shot at love; children achieve their dreams in school and beyond; a round of 'catch-phrase'; two women apologize to people they did wrong; Bone Breakers from Univer-Soul Circus.
Judge Greg Mathis answers viewers' legal questions; a guest says Steve's book 'Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man' changed her life; an 11-year-old exercise enthusiast; author Meghan Cleary discusses shoes; the latest buzzwords.
Steve and wife Marjorie bring their dogs to pet psychic Sonya Fitzpatrick; Steve chooses a date for a female bodybuilder; a medical detective; violinist Sarah Charness.
A woman chooses a date from a panel of five men who look like Steve; helping a man to look younger; ordering wine; funny signs.
Tyra Banks and Rob Evans ('America's Next Top Model'); chef Rocco DiSpirito; funny smart-phone auto-corrects.
Three infomercial pitchmen face off; resume and interview techniques for the unemployed; party planner David Tutera prepares an adults-only Halloween bash; the teen who won the title of 'Fastest Texter in America.'
A bachelorette chooses among men by what their mothers say about them; a couple are on the brink of a breakup because of his continual snoring; a child chef's pesto recipe gets him dinner at the White House; how to land a big promotion at work.
A high-fashion model inspires girls struggling with acne; Dr. Laura Berman gives advice; Judson Allen's commandments of weight loss.
Steve helps a mom and dad find a way to parent together; Cyrus shows his robotic dance moves; a New England clam chowder battle.
Steve tests three popular diets; Jackie Stafford reveals an outfit from a man's closet; a mom can't stop taking pictures of her child.
A mom thinks her daughter dates the wrong guys; Emily Kaufmann shows affordable getaways; creating memorable family adventures.
The stars of 'Toddlers & Tiaras' and their mothers; Steve helps a woman find a guy; the challenging 'Insanity' workout; hilarious ringtones.
Mothers get head-to-toe makeovers; chef Bobby Deen whips up healthy versions of comfort foods; buying a mattress; Steve tries a new fitness trend.
A 60-year-old likes much-younger men; a teacher provides free school supplies to more than 1,200 other teachers; why people do not say what they really mean, and the real meanings behind often-used phrases.
First lady Michelle Obama discusses her first date with President Obama and their first kiss; three couples compete to see who knows their spouse best; the reason why Steve cannot run for president.
A guest must choose between a weekend getaway to a spa with his wife and a platinum deluxe turbo video-gaming package; interactive tools to give children's grades a boost; reality TV star Ali Fedotowsky searches for bachelors.
Stylists help triplet sisters who want to stop looking alike; Steve helps a woman to pick a date from three bachelors, based solely on their interests posted online; a child shows off her lasso skills, and her pony leaves a present on the stage.
A 7-year-old boy is out of control; how to avoid overindulging children; male menopause; a husband never notices the changes his wife makes in their home or in herself.
Steve challenges a man to clean up his bachelor pad; creating a family game night; Bishop T.D. Jakes discusses forgiveness.
Three people with unhappy jobs; stress-relieving activities; grilling meat; colors, body types and hairstyles that attract men; crazy parenting trends.
Three women get rid of their diamonds in order to move on with their lives; how much diamonds are worth and how to sell a piece of jewelry; piloxing; choosing an outfit for a first date; three things never to say to a man.
A man's doll collection takes over the family home; an invention idea can be worth millions of dollars; good manners; the International Cherry-Pit Spitting Champion.
Steve signs up a new father for baby boot camp; a wife gets a chance to redeem herself with a heartfelt surprise apology; products can cure many of a body's ailments.
An older woman's requirements for a mate are very high; Chicago's deep-dish pizza; a mother has an $11 million idea.
A young woman introduces her mother to her boyfriend three years after they started dating; luxury spa treatments at home; meeting a great man.
Shaun Robinson, Jeff Timmons and Haley Reinhart judge a talent contest; a mother who feeds 13 tells how she saves money; capturing a man's attention online.
Men discuss their issues about the novel 'Fifty Shades of Grey'; the world of zookeepers; three women get head-to-toe makeovers.
Steve helps couples who fight about the same things, day in and day out; a mom's invention makes her a millionaire; turkey burgers.
A woman disapproves of her sister's fiance; children get makeovers for back-to-school season; a mayor and his wife feud over his extra-long mustache.
Credit scores; Steve works at a chocolate factory; decoding a date's body language.
A bride-to-be's obsession with rabbits pushes away her fiance; a groom opens his wedding to all of his Facebook friends; David Tutera shows how to make an event look like a million-dollar party; style secrets for men; Steve helps a saleswoman.
Steve shows up on a family's doorstep and confiscates its technology for 48 hours; Steve chooses a date for a bachelorette based on the bachelor's cooking; Steve's twin -- made entirely of balloons.
Steve helps a husband redo his wedding proposal; a woman has rescued 47 at-risk teens from the streets and raised them in her own home; handling a cheap man.
Protecting a child without overprotecting; five things men notice about women; decoding what a spouse is saying.
Extended breastfeeding, co-sleeping and baby-led weaning; Steve turns a social-media website into a dating game; dating trends.
Two adults live with their parents; men make over their women; things one should never say in a conversation.
Steve's premiere episode; advice for 'the worst dater in America'; stopping a mother who over-shares online; reality star Ali Fedotowsky; a robot comic.