Steve plays matchmaker for Dorothy Wang and Malika Haqq from "Famously Single"; Steve welcomes Joe Romeiro, a man who swims with sharks frequently, to discuss his love of sharks in honor of "Shark Week."
Steve celebrates the tenth anniversary of his syndicated radio show, the "Steve Harvey Morning Show," by welcoming his colleagues on the talk show. Later, Steve and a relationship coach help a couple regain intimacy.
Steve celebrates the good life by looking back at luxurious and expensive items on the show. Included: a potential love match for a millionaire; pricey food; a test of high-end products; and tips on how to become a millionaire.
Steve celebrates family with a look back at memorable family moments on the show. Included: a food showdown between the Chrisley family and the Manzo family; a tech diet for a family; the challenge of blended families; and a military family reunion.
Steve revisits his favorite segments featuring children, including the kids' edition of "Ask Steve" and a daddy-daughter dance that he organized. Also: Steve speaks with a boy who is in danger of not graduating high school.
Steve reflects on his favorite Harvey family moments on the show. Included: His son-in-law, Ben Raymond, discusses his experience mentoring young boys; daughter Morgan talks about motherhood; and son Jason highlights his shoe line, Yevrah.
Steve reflects on past guests who did odd things in order to find love. Included: Steve looks back at the time he set a woman up on extreme adventure dates; and Steve plays matchmaker for a lady lumberjack, plus a professional cowgirl.
Steve celebrates the unique bond between twins; Brandi and Karli, Steve's eldest daughters, discuss how their relationship has changed since Karli got married. Also: Steve welcomes celebrity stylist Lawrence Zarian and his twin brother.
Steve highlights some of his favorite moments from the show's five years on the air, including "What Men Really Think: The Event," in which women ask an audience of 2000 men questions. Also: Steve officiates weddings for 50 couples.
Steve's son-in-law, Ben Raymond, discusses his book, "Playing the Game Without a Coach," which touches upon Ben's life growing without a father and the time he spends mentoring children when he is not with his family.
Steve welcomes plastic surgeons Terry Dubrow and Paul Nassif, of TV's "Botched"; a man is honored as a "Harvey's Hero" for raising money for a stranger to attend nursing school; and a mother claims her teen son lacks motivation.
Steve celebrates weddings. Included: Steve helps a woman whose mother insists on planning her wedding; event planner Brian Green shares pointers for perfect weddings; a pound-shedding bride is crowned winner in the "Big Day Bridal Challenge."
Grammy winner Ne-Yo talks about his role as a judge on "World of Dance"; actor Larenz Tate discusses his roles in the film "Deuces" and the show "Power"; Steve honors LaShawn Reed-Kendricks, creator of "Success Her Way." Also: Steve's show "Funderdome."
Fredrik Eklund and Steve Gold from "Million Dollar Listing New York" talk real estate; Patrice Washington, author of "Real Money Answers for Every Woman," helps a woman whose daughter is taking advantage of her. Also: El DeBarge.
Dr. Ava Shambam highlights cosmetic procedures; Grammy winner Kelly Rowland discusses her family life and her 2017 book "Whoa, Baby!" Also: hands-on projects that dads can do with their children for Father's Day.
The guests are Andy Cohen ("Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen") and W. Kamau Bell ("United Shades of America"). Also: a behind-the-scenes look at antics that ensue during the show's commercial breaks.
A celebration of body confidence includes insight from model Ashley Graham, plus a panel featuring comedian Nicole Byer, model Hunter McGrady and author Louise Green. Also: a look at a runway boot camp that helps everyday women gain confidence.
Steve plays matchmaker for one of the authors of "The Ex-Wives' Guide to Divorce"; Steve samples fancy summer cocktails; an audience member wins a trip to Universal Orlando Resort. Also: three reality participants from TV's "Naked and Afraid XL."