An obsessed neat-freak derails his own sex life; a great-great-grandmother writes a romance novel; Steve invites a heroic subway worker to join him for a meal on a sidewalk; Steve crowns the best deep-dish pizza in Chicago; a hog-calling champion.
A 1970s-themed episode; Steve turns four self-proclaimed nerds into self-confident men; Team USA teaches Steve the sport of curling; a woman tells Steve she loves her man, but he is too sexy.
Steve interacts with the studio audience during commercial breaks; comic Ruben; Tiffany Pollard and her mother; Sister Patterson; Steve's thoughts about interviewing Lorena Bobbitt; behind-the-scenes staff; Steve's inspirational words.
The sex edition of 'Is It Weird?'; a romance tutorial on the set; Steve tests several 'love' products on the show; a lewd Thanksgiving-cooking segment; racy conversations with Sherri Shepherd and Martha Stewart.
Ridiculous exercise routines and fitness trends Steve has had to try on the show; outrageous beauty regimens; cameras follow Steve as he gets his first colonoscopy; atrocious Halloween outfits include a Munsters-themed makeover for a family.
A montage of Steve's favorite moments with children on the show; the worst dater in Missouri; 100-year-old best friends; Miriam and Bates, from 'Breaking Amish.'
Steve's favorite segments: the 500th episode montage, a family coping with a 48-hour tech ban, teaching Lori and Wynton to drive, the Date Your Husband campaign, the first-ever Just One More Thing segment.
Interviews with President Barack Obama and wife Michelle; the worst dater in Ohio; the wedding of 50 couples on the show; Steve helps a man take a professional leap; Steve and Wynton compete against each other in bubble suits.
Surprise moments: marriage proposals, weddings, giveaways, reunions, Steve's birthday shows, and his grandchildren's debut appearances on the show.
An hour of segments that did not go as planned includes guests Ellen DeGeneres, Brandi Glanville ('The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills'), YouTube's Auntie Fee, Jerry Seinfeld, and the Queen of Prancercise.
Melissa Rivers ('Fashion Police'); cleansing the body of toxins and getting in shape for summer; Ginuwine is interviewed and performs; summer recipes using a portable propane smoker.
Men compete for the title of Dad of the Year; Jason Harvey reveals his women's shoe line; Montell Jordan performs.
Singer Bobby Brown; Kym Whitley ('Raising Whitley,' 'Young and Hungry'); set designer Mikel Welch makes a pergola; Janell Inez makes iced coffee.
Comic Mike Epps (TV's 'Uncle Buck'); a wife and mother has a 'potty mouth'; Susan Lucci and Dania Ramirez ('Devious Maids'); singer Keith Sweat is interviewed and performs.
Boy band New Edition members Johnny Gill, Ralph Tresvant, Michael Bivins, Ronny DeVoe and Ricky Bell are interviewed and perform; a child who met the president; a young woman with two older boyfriends; a young man pays off his grandparents' mortgage.
Destiny Global CEO Dani Johnson talks about going from homeless to a millionaire and helps a single mother overcome similar obstacles; Ted Williams, a homeless man with a 'golden voice' whose story went viral in 2011; dancer Adrianne Haslet-Davis.
Couples take an oath to make love every day for 90 days; relationship therapist Dr. Laura Berman; beauty expert Michelle Park discusses aphrodisiacs; Berman tries to help a couple repair their broken marriage after the husband had an affair.
Stories of people who found love in unexpected places; two college students who documented their courtship on Snapchat; two siblings seek Steve's help in finding a man to date their mother; apps for finding summer love; TV host Sherri Shepherd.
Actress Jane Lynch discusses memorable roles and her cabaret-style show; a man goes on four dates in a day to try to get over the woman who broke his heart; a man tells his wife that, after losing weight, he is eligible to donate his kidney to her.
Bishop Eddie Long (book 'The Untold Story'); Bill and Giuliana Rancic help a married couple trying to run a business together; Timothy Snell ('Curvy Style With Timothy Snell').
Todd Chrisley ('Chrisley Knows Best') monitors a woman's date; an engaged couple cannot agree on anything about their wedding; David Otunga demonstrates simple exercises that can be done at the beach; Lalah Hathaway is interviewed and performs.
Pastor John Hannah gives advice to people facing dilemmas; a 9-year-old golf champion; a woman reunites with her middle school sweetheart.
Talk-show hosts Jerry Springer and Steve Wilkos; a compilation of outrageous moments from Springer's show; a complex family drama; a guest reveals his crush on an unsuspecting woman; a couple ask their wedding guests to donate to charity.
Four women want a 90-day break from sex; Dr. Laura Berman provides advice; Steve's wife's fashion tips; two inventors compete for cash; 'Travel Mom' Emily Kaufman gives an audience member a trip to Peru.
Favorite and memorable guests return with updates on how their lives have changed since they first appeared on the show; 'Travel Mom' Emily Kaufman gives an audience member a trip to Botswana.
Race car driver James Hinchcliffe; a couple runs a summer camp that changes lives; Steve's wife Marjorie and daughter Lori and their trainers show how they lost weight; 'Travel Mom' Emily Kaufman gives an audience member a trip.
Terrence 'J' Jenkins ('Coupled'); Myron Mixon ('Smoked') shows how to make St. Louis-style spare ribs on the grill; sexy summer hairdos; a woman who protected a playground full of children from a shooter; 'Travel Mom' Emily Kaufman.
Jasmine Guy, Kadeem Hardison, Cree Summer, Charnele Brown and Darryl Bell ('A Different World'); an all-female panel discusses the controversial topic of hair.
Entertainer Charo; John Wayne Bobbitt reacts to ex-wife Lorena's interview; three high school seniors have been accepted to nearly 80 colleges; Steve helps women figure out what their relationship statuses should be.
Ralph Carter, BernNadette Stanis, Jimmie Walker, Johnny Brown and Ja'net DuBois ('Good Times'); women who had cosmetic procedures done on the show meet men; a teen saves the life of his neighbor by pulling him from a burning house.
Entertainers Bret Michael and Flavor Flav; TV executive Cris Abrego (author, 'Make It a Reality'); a woman wants Steve to fix her twin sister's dating life.
Salt-N-Pepa are interviewed and perform; Kid 'N Play; gender roles.
Steve's daughter Karli and her new husband, Ben Raymond; Kandi Burruss ('The Real Housewives of Atlanta'), Dr. Lauren Streicher and Countess LuAnn de Lesseps ('The Real Housewives of New York City') answer questions about pregnancy and birth.
A dating intervention for a woman who comes on too strong; two millennials use social media and technology to help those in need; Jeff Musial brings a vulture, an African bullfrog, and armadillo, an arctic fox and a kinkajou.
Kelly Rowland ('Chasing Destiny'); a teen who stopped a robbery becomes a Harvey's Hero; a stripper's girlfriend says he will have to change his ways for their relationship to work.
Steve's twin daughters, Karli and Brandi; twin guests Delpha and Delerice return; identical twins who look like Bradley Cooper tell of crashing A-list parties; stylist Lawrence Zarian and his twin brother, Gregory, help two sets of twins with style.
Dr. Jenn Mann ('Family Therapy With Dr. Jenn') talks with reality star Tiffany Pollard and her mother, Michele Rothschild-Patterson, and Dina and Michael Lohan; a woman goes on an interracial date; a 4-year-old preacher.
Steve tackles crazy headlines; Dolvett Quince ('The Biggest Loser') brings former contestants who wish to mentor others; a 10-year-old pianist; Pastors Rich and DawnCheré ('Rich in Faith') counsel newlyweds.
The 22nd annual Essence Fest; a man does not get along with his 12-year-old stepson, straining the whole family; young ballet dancers; a woman who is rude to the men she dates gets another chance.
Steve's comedic take on the headlines; a woman is rude to the men she dates; skateboarding young Japanese siblings; a college football player is a children's book author.
A man who has never been kissed learns to better connect with women; an 11-year-old gymnast; a woman wants to open a hair salon; a 3-year-old football enthusiast.
A 10-year-old cup stacker; children ages 6 through 9 discuss pop culture, love, relationships and politics; a young salsa-dancing duo; an 11-year-old chef; a 7-year-old computer whiz; Steve's fan mail from children.
Six men answer women's relationship questions; designer Danny Seo tells how to 'go green'; advice columnist Kim Gravel, Nischelle Turner ('Entertainment Tonight') and comic Judy Gold discuss the day's headlines.
Kym Whitley ('Raising Whitley') discusses a dating experiment; Steve helps a woman with low dating standards; a master distiller is honored as a female groundbreaker.
Kendra Wilkinson and Hank Baskett ('Kendra on Top'); Jordan Smith ('The Voice') discusses his life and performs; Bela Gandhi helps a young woman's mother-in-law find a man.
Steve gives his comedic take on the day's headlines; Dr. Drew Pinsky and two young women from 'Teen Mom 2' answer questions from teen mothers; Judge Patricia DiMango ('Hot Bench') advises viewers in predicaments; Steve works out for charity.
Steve's comedic take on the headlines; a couple deal with role reversal at home; Larenz Tate ('Game of Silence'); Kristin Cavallari ('Laguna Beach,' 'The Hills'); Rushion McDonald discusses becoming a baker.
Steve's comedic take on the headlines; a career woman dresses provocatively outside of her work life; teens turn their dreams into businesses.
A couple say politics gets in the way of their love; a couple keep their love strong despite being on different sides of the political spectrum; parents are desperate to save their 17-year-old son's life; a teen overcomes bullying on social media.
Inventor Joy Mangano gives guidance to entrepreneurs; Steve analyzes a woman's bad dating habits; sisters Andréa and Robin McBride take the wine world by storm.
A couple talks about staying celibate for a year; a woman and her three daughters are worried that their son and brother will die from his heroin addiction.
Steve shares the comeback story of a basketball player who served time in prison; online celebrities share suggestions for social media stardom; health tips include suggestions for a body cleanse inside and out.
Steve and online dating guru Bela Gandhi talk about finding love via social media, regardless of age; a family whose boat caught fire gets to thank the fishermen who saved their lives at sea.
Steve tries to provide perspective to a couple arguing over the same issues all the time; two young entrepreneurs present their products to Steve and two business experts in a bid to win $10,000.
John Weisbarth and Zack Giffin ('Tiny House Nation'); a family of five who live in a tiny house; a 4-year-old expert on U.S. presidents; a couple discuss the stress of living together; wrestler David Otunga discusses health and lifestyle changes.
Actor Taye Diggs discusses racial identity; a woman who became clinically dead due to a pulmonary embolism discusses her experience of the afterlife; a woman confronts her boyfriend, who is dragging his feet on a marriage proposal.
Steve helps a woman who has not had success with the men she is meeting online; popular travel destinations famous for their shopping; a woman confronts her friend-with-benefits with an all-or-nothing ultimatum.
Top 10 secrets of self-made millionaires; motivational speaker Johnny Wimbrey shares his inspirational story and gives money to an inventor; author Patrice Washington gives financial advice; the Act Like a Success conference.
Steve gives his comedic take on the headlines; a mother, father and stepmother learn better methods of co-parenting; a young woman with a single mother gets a crash course in dating; a police officer who saved a baby's life.
Steve's 30-Day Date experiment results; WWE star David Otunga discusses small dietary and lifestyle changes that can yield big results; entrepreneurs tell inventors how to turn passion projects into businesses.
Todd Chrisley ('Chrisley Knows Best') helps Steve give women relationship advice; Steve assists a man and his son, who do not get along; life coach Rhonda Britten.
Cuba Gooding Jr. ('The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story'); Steve puts his comedic spin on the headlines; Carmice returns to show how her dates went and which man she plans to date again; viral video star meteorologist Byron Miranda.
Steve's comedic take on trending topics; Jerrod Carmichael, David Alan Grier, Loretta Devine, Tiffany Haddish and Amber Stevens West ('The Carmichael Show'); stylist Lawrence Zarian discusses Easter Sunday fashion.
Rodney and Holly Robinson ('For Peete's Sake'); comic Judy Gold, singer Michelle Williams and reality star Kim Gravel discuss outrageous news stories.
Ron Goldman's father and sister discuss their memories of O.J. Simpson's trial for his murder; Simpson's former houseguest Kato Kaelin looks back at his involvement in the case; dating trends to reconsider; entrepreneur Teneshia Jackson Warner.
Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton, Flint mayor Karen Weaver, a doctor, a state senator, a water consultant and an investigative journalist discuss the disaster in Flint, Mich., where residents have fallen ill from city water contaminated by lead.
A dermatologist performs onstage cosmetic procedures on single women so they will feel confident to date; a 6-year-old master speller from Steve's new prime time show, 'Little Big Shots'; Steve and Dr. Laura Berman help a bickering couple.
NFL star James Harrison joins a panel of parents debating child-rearing techniques; a woman meets her fiance's 'work wife' for the first time.
Kym Whitley ('Raising Whitley') hosts a 'Recycle My Ex' party; nutritionist Joy Bauer shows how to make healthier versions of foods; a 6-year-old basketball prodigy hopes to be the first female in the NBA.
Drew Pinsky; a hidden camera bullying experiment; non-profits helping people who are bullied or who witness it; a bullied girl and her mom present a cautionary tale for other families; stopping before sending hateful messages on social media.
Friends make a woman who is having a hard time getting over her ex come to see Steve Harvey, who sets her up on dates; a U.S. Navy veteran makes sure fallen soldiers and their families are not forgotten; actor Ken Jeong ('Dr. Ken'); raising twins.
Hugh Jackman and Taron Egerton ('Eddie the Eagle'); hot headlines; Steve honors Alex Levesque, who helps teens learn to restore old cars.
Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton; Irina Krush, the first American woman to earn the Grandmaster title in chess; a woman who looks just like her 16-year-old twin daughters.
Women over 30 provide relationship, family and career advice to women in their 20s, including two sisters in a long-standing feud; Steve gives advice to his 20-year-old self.
Ray J and Princess Love ('Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood'); the conclusion of Steve's Fitness Face-Off.
Steve makes couples move in together for an experiment; students thank their professor for mentoring them.
Undercover cameras reveal whether strangers will step in when they see a teen being bullied or a man being verbally abusive to his girlfriend; maximizing the online dating experience; Theresa Caputo ('Long Island Medium') surprises a fan.
Kim Gravel ('Gravel Mail'); comic Judy Gold; singer Michelle Williams; Patrice Washington (book 'Real Money Answers for Every Woman') provides financial advice to millennials.
A focus group of diverse women provides advice to women in tough situations; Christine, Sara and Kimberly ('From the Bottom Up').
Town-hall style conversation about gun violence in Chicago; Pastor Corey Brooks; Father Michael Pfleger; journalist Brandon Smith; former high school principal Elizabeth Dozier; ex-rival gang members Brandon Jackson and Curtis Toler; Valerie Jarrett.
Single former guests return and are paired off on dates; the results of a dating intervention; a male model gets a date with a woman in the audience.
A woman says she attracts all the wrong men and wants help turning around her dating life; a husband has amnesia for three years; Dr. Laura Berman ('Quantum Love').
Sisters obsessed with appearance are set up on dates with men who are made up to look unattractive; a mailman rescues a 7-year-old girl from the jaws of an attacking dog; an alligator wrangler looks for love.
A focus group of men watches three women on their dates; Rielle Hunter discusses her relationship with former presidential hopeful John Edwards; Steve surprises a super fan.
A bride's father invites her stepfather to join him in giving her away; dueling dads are unable to agree on how to raise three boys; a woman hates her fiance's fashion sense; male birth control; couples living in tiny houses.
Three couples must date for 30 days straight; musician L.A. Reid (book 'Sing to Me'); the founder of Guitars Over Guns Operation, a music mentorship program pairing artists with at-risk youth, is honored as a Harvey's Hero.
A panel of religious leaders discusses choosing faith over fear; a young Christian woman spends a day with a Muslim-American woman; a survivor of a mass shooting at a Colorado Planned Parenthood; a woman who lost her grandfather in a church shooting.
Challenges interracial couples face; friends discourage African-American Taneshia from expanding her dating options by looking outside her race; a Lakota woman reunites with her daughter, her black boyfriend and their children; a marriage proposal.
Two brothers join Steve to conduct a dating intervention for their sister, who always dates the 'player' type; filmmaker Spike Lee discusses 'Chi-Raq' and his reasons for boycotting the Academy Awards; activist Father Michael Pfleger.
Filmmakers of '8 Days' and women who survived sex slavery discuss human trafficking; a high school dropout tells of his life turning around after he read Steve's book; author Anna-Karin Bjorklund discusses decoding dreams.
Comic Marlon Wayans ('50 Shades of Black'); advice for single mothers facing big issues with their children; teen sexting.
Young professionals who have made millions of dollars share the secrets to their success; the lavish lifestyle of a young millionaire; a teen's strike-it-rich idea.
Bill and Giuliana Rancic and Marjorie Harvey offer marital advice to audience members; how to recreate favorite couples' looks.
Some of People magazine's '50 Sexiest Men of Tinder'; a woman tells of fighting off an intruder by using a giant sword; former teacher Christine Scarlett, who made headlines when she had her student's baby.
Panelists discuss the latest news headlines and whether viewers should worry; Jon Gosselin ('Jon & Kate Plus 8') discusses his life since the show ended.
Musician Kyle Norman and his wife, Marrika, discuss his arrest and charge of assaulting her; Judge Patricia DiMango ('Hot Bench') helps viewers with difficult legal matters.
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.
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 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').
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 helps husbands get the right gift for their wives; popular gifts for men; the Harvey family shares their favorite holiday traditions; awkward holiday photos.
Steve tries to find a date for Countess LuAnn de Lesseps; a kid-approved holiday gift guide; pets in need of a good home.
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.