List of The Steve Harvey Show episodes

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The following is an episode list of the WB sitcom The Steve Harvey Show. There are 188 episodes for each seasons from 1995 to 2003.

Series overview[edit]

Season Episodes Originally aired
First aired Last aired
1 21 August 29, 1996 (1996-08-29) May 15, 1997 (1997-05-15)
2 22 September 10, 1997 (1997-09-10) May 13, 1998 (1998-05-13)
3 22 September 14, 1998 (1998-09-14) May 17, 1999 (1999-05-17)
4 22 September 24, 1999 (1999-09-24) May 19, 2000 (2000-05-19)
5 22 October 8, 2000 (2000-10-08) May 20, 2001 (2001-05-20)
6 13 October 14, 2001 (2001-10-14) February 17, 2002 (2002-02-17)

Episodes[edit]

Season 2: 1996–1997[edit]

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1 1 "Back to School" August 25, 1996 (1996-08-25)
Out-of-work musician Steve Hightower becomes an inner-city music teacher, and soon discovers someone from his past is also at the school.
2 2 "Dead Dog Walking" September 15, 1996 (1996-09-15)
Bullethead is at the end of his rope when his dog gets impounded and he doesn't have the cash to bail him out. Meanwhile, Cedric gets the boot from his mama's apartment and looks to Steve for a place to live.
3 3 "Mr. Hightower's Opus" September 22, 1996 (1996-09-22)
As he and Cedric struggle to work out their differences as roommates, Steve bets Regina he can put together a school band in fewer than five days.
4 4 "The Rock" September 29, 1996 (1996-09-29)
Rumors of an on-going affair sweep the school when Sara and Romeo are caught hiding in a closet while trying to avoid Principal Grier. Meanwhile, Cedric goes way overboard vying for "Teacher of the Month" honors.
5 5 "Brush with Greatness" October 6, 1996 (1996-10-06)
Romeo paints himself into a corner by falsely taking credit for the winning entry in a poster contest, for artwork that was actually done by Sophia. Meanwhile, Cedric receives a platinum card and goes on a spending spree and is happy... until he gets his bill.
6 6 "Loose Lips Sink Friendships" October 13, 1996 (1996-10-13)
The homecoming dance is approaching, and no one, including chaperone Steve, is happy with their dates. Romeo and Bullethead turn to Steve for help with the homecoming dance, while Cedric joins a video-dating service.
7 7 "Papa Don't Take No Mess" October 27, 1996 (1996-10-27)
Romeo's old-school father enrolls him in vocational-training classes, much to Romeo's dislike. Meanwhile, Steve and Cedric try to catch a mouse running loose in their apartment.
8 8 "The Play's Not the Thing" November 3, 1996 (1996-11-03)
Sophia wins the role of Juliet in the school's production of "Romeo and Juliet," but Romeo is not chosen to play opposite her as his own namesake. Now Romeo must deal with watching another man play Romeo to Sophia's Juliet.
9 9 "Big Brothers" November 10, 1996 (1996-11-10)
Cedric volunteers to be a "big brother" to a fatherless teenage boy and tries to get Steve involved in the organization.
10 10 "High Top Reunion" November 17, 1996 (1996-11-17)
Steve reunites with his old singing group, "The Hi-Tops," to perform on an awards show. But when a band member gets injured, Cedric is the only available substitute.
11 11 "That's My Mama" November 28, 1996 (1996-11-28)
When Angela gets to research the cover story for the magazine, Steve gets Regina to help trick his visiting mother into believing that they are a couple, however Angela is unhappy with the way Steve operates his apartment when he "improves" the washing machine and dryer, forgets to make the boys' lunches and fails to make Darrin's gingerbread house for the bake sale. Meanwhile, Romeo makes two dates for the same night & decides to see them both at the same restaurant at the same time.
12 12 "Pool Sharks Git Bit" December 15, 1996 (1996-12-15)
Bullethead and Romeo hope to pocket some cash hustling pool, but the tables are turned on them and they wind up holding the short end of the stick.
13 13 "Coming to Chicago" January 12, 1997 (1997-01-12)
When Steve scores hard-to-get tickets to a concert, Regina agrees to go out with him. Meanwhile, Sara reluctantly agrees to go out on a date with Bullethead.
14 14 "African-American Me" February 2, 1997 (1997-02-02)
On his way to play the piano at Regina's church, Steve gets arrested and thrown in jail with Cedric.
15 15 "When the Funk Bites the Dust" February 13, 1997 (1997-02-13)
The Hi-Tops' ex-manager gets engaged and the group gathers for a bachelor party at Steve's apartment and Angela takes a compatibility test from a magazine, and the results show that her and Steve are not compatible. In revenge, Steve creates a test that intentionally shows that Regina is not the woman for him. Meanwhile, the students are assigned the task of creating a short film for a contest and Don volunteers to perform a ventriloquism act for Booker T's annual high school talent show, but he discovers that it's harder than it looks.
16 16 "Big Daddy's Baby Girl" February 16, 1997 (1997-02-16)
A 19-year-old woman steals into Steve's life claiming to be his daughter, the outcome of a long-ago romantic liaison. Meanwhile, Bullethead is suddenly popular when everyone learns that he has a pair of floor seat tickets to a Chicago Bulls game.
17 17 "I Do, I Don't" February 27, 1997 (1997-02-27)
Snoop Doggy Dogg and Sean "Puffy" Combs visit the school to talk to Steve's class about the rumored rivlary between East and West Coast rappers. Meanwhile, one of Angela's friends is getting married and Regina's parents also visit to renew their wedding vows for their 40th anniversary, but Steve gets lost on the way and refuses to get directions, which leads them to end up in Michigan. Elsewhere, Wanda babysits the boys, and they cheat her in card games.
18 18 "Guess Who's Not Coming to Dinner?" April 27, 1997 (1997-04-27)
Since Regina's sorority sister is visiting from out of town, Regina decides to impress her by lying about having a wealthy handsome boyfriend, and enlists Steve to help her out with her deceit.
19 19 "The Roof Is on Fire" May 4, 1997 (1997-05-04)
Steve tries to put some "sparks" into Regina's dull party -- and proceeds to set the roof on fire. Then, he offers to let her stay at his place.
20 20 "Love with Interest" May 11, 1997 (1997-05-11)
A smooth-talking bank officer shows an interest in Regina. Also, Romeo, Sara, Bullethead and Sophia parrot-nap a rival school's mascot.
21 21 "Can't Buy Me Love" May 18, 1997 (1997-05-18)
Steve gives a birthday gift to Regina on her birthday, to show her he cares. But Regina also gets a gift from another admirer, an expensive gift, and believes the expensive gift is from Steve.

Season 2: 1997–1998[edit]

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22 1 "Whatever You Want" September 12, 1997 (1997-09-12)

Angela learns her sister Monica is having a baby girl. When they talk about the baby's name and Angela is going through the boys' baby toys, she wishes she could have a baby girl. Steve tells Don and Mike that Angela always wanted a girl so they tell Darrin that Angela wished he had been a girl. This upsets Darrin and when Angela wants to bake a cake with him, he doesn't want to. When she finds out the truth, she tells Darrin that what Don and Mike told him isn't true. Steve is also upset because he doesn't want another child. But he feels alright again when Angela tells him that they don't have the time for another child, at Booker T's, Steve welcomes a new member and Cedric falls in love with Regina's new 'round-the-way' secretary Lovita Alizé Jenkins after Sara and Sophia left to go to college. As Steve's insensitivity upsets Regina, Sara and Sophia's departure turns into a disaster and Romeo and Bullethead square off over a new beautiful classmate. Romeo weighs his feelings for his once-heavy platonic friend Aisha who spent her summer at a weight-loss farm and now is lovely, fit and sexy.

First appearance of: Lovita Alize Jenkins, as well as Terri J. Vaughn's second appearance in the series.
23 2 "Somebody's Sleepin' in My Bed" September 19, 1997 (1997-09-19)

Steve and Cedric argue over Lovita making herself too much at home in the apartment, so at Cedric's 34th birthday, he wants a wife and kids, So Angela fixes him up with Tiffany Toussiant-Cartier, Ced storms out and spends the night at Regina's and Cedric wants Tiffany wants kids too, so he proposes to her at the school the next day and she was shocked to learn that Cedric is dating Lovita and later edited to become a Iron Man warning. Don and Mike write a letter to Darrin pretending to be Scottie Pippen, so Steve and Angela tell Darrin to get revenge.

Guest stars: Jonathan Palmer as Timothy Jordan and Scottie Pippen as Himself
24 3 "Bully Call" September 24, 1997 (1997-09-24)
School tough Coretta "The Ox" Cox takes a liking to Romeo and scares off his regular honeys.
25 4 "Don't Quit Your Day Job" October 1, 1997 (1997-10-01)
Steve convinces Romeo to join the predominantly female choir and discovers that he can't sing a note.
26 5 "Fool and the Gang" October 8, 1997 (1997-10-08)
For a fund-raiser, Steve tries to reunite the Hi-Tops, but learns they've formed a new band without him. So he decides to make some beautiful new music with Regina. Meanwhile, Bullethead decides to quit school to work full time at his new job in the mall.
27 6 "Let's Talk About Sax" October 15, 1997 (1997-10-15)
Steve's audition with Teddy Riley hits a sour note when his saxophone is pawned by Romeo, who uses the money to buy a suit.
28 7 "When the Funk Hits the Rib Tips" October 31, 1997 (1997-10-31)
It's Halloween, and Steve, as usual is up to his old tricks and puts together a band and auditions at a local club, where the competition is his former group, the Hi-Tops, who dressed up as the guys from The Village People, however Angela and Regina plans a prank of her own on Steve. He gets cookies from a fan named Marie, but soon strange things start happening. She keeps calling him and Romeo thinks she is obsessed with him. Steve tries to hide but it's no use.
29 8 "Steve's Gotta Have It" November 5, 1997 (1997-11-05)
Steve blows off a banquet with the teenager he's mentoring so that he can prepare a romantic meal for Regina and Angela. Meanwhile, Paul Robertson, the new president of Booker T, makes Steve promote a bad and lightweight and draw chalkboarding at the school, which Steve dislikes, but he has to choose between his job and his manners, since Robertson was paid big to advertise the drawing. Also, the boys go grocery shopping and find a way to save money to buy sweets and Romeo gets a hand from his classmates after injuring his arm in a skateboard accident.
30 9 "I'm Not a Chauvinist, Piggy" November 12, 1997 (1997-11-12)
Steve thinks his manhood is in question after Regina , a.k.a. "Xena, the Warrior Principal," beats the stuffing out of a too-fresh chicken mascot at a basketball game. Also, Romeo and Bullethead enroll in a dance class.
31 10 "Big Daddy Meets the Man of Steele" November 19, 1997 (1997-11-19)
Steve has competition for Regina's affections when her college beau comes back to town to take a job as a sportscaster and to renew their relationship. Also Bullethead meets a new transfer student name Kim, who got a big backside.
32 11 "Shut Up and Kiss Me" December 10, 1997 (1997-12-10)
With Regina dating a new guy, Steve tries to get something cooking with a caterer who's working his party.
33 12 "You're Driving Me Crazy" January 9, 1998 (1998-01-09)
Warrington buys Regina a luxury car in honour of their first month together, and then gets upset when she doesn't drive it. Meanwhile, at their high school reunion, Angela tries to avoid Belinda Erickson (Jenifer Lewis), her high school friend who stole her boyfriend, and learns a shocking truth about her and Arnold, and Steve and Arnold try to fix the amplifier. Meanwhile, Cedric and his new girlfriend Rachel watches the boys and Mike's girlfriend Keisha (Raven-Symone), who turns to be Rachel's daughter and finds himself in trouble until he gets some much needed help from Romeo.
34 13 "Dancing Fools" January 21, 1998 (1998-01-21)
Regina drives her partner Cedric hard, in her quest to win the school's dance contest.
35 14 "Breakfast with Tiffany" January 28, 1998 (1998-01-28)
Steve agrees to date Regina's recently dumped, vulnerable friend. Lovita helps Ced with his taxes, and discovers receipts that show he has gone out with other women. And Romeo teaches his "Mack-a-nomics" class to teach the guys about how to get over on women.
36 15 "Papa's Got a Brand New Bag" February 4, 1998 (1998-02-04)
Steve's father shows up with his young fiancee, and Steve thinks she's trying to kill the old man for a half-million dollar insurance policy.\
37 16 "Just My Imagination" February 11, 1998 (1998-02-11)
Steve and Romeo both make a play for an attractive playwright whose latest work is being staged at the school.
38 17 "Maid to Order" February 18, 1998 (1998-02-18)
Steve and Cedric think their housekeeping prayers are answered when they hire an elderly cleaning lady from Lovita's church.
39 18 "Ice Station Piggy" February 25, 1998 (1998-02-25)
On their way to a conference, Steve and Regina get stuck in a snowstorm while traveling the back roads. Meanwhile, Lovita's country cousin puts the moves on Ced.
40 19 "White Men Can Funk" March 6, 1998 (1998-03-06)
When Deidre can't quit her job for a week, she asks Cedric to fill in so Steve and two of his former singing partners must find a fourth voice before their group performs at an oldies show. Meanwhile, the students get a lesson in parenting and asks Steve to be their assistant. Steve has a hard time not being the center of attention, but when Angela and Regina shows him that he can assist her, he decides to help Cedric. Don finds it hard to talk to a girl in Steve's classroom named Evangeline (Angell Conwell).
41 20 "The He-Man, Player-Hater's Club" April 29, 1998 (1998-04-29)
Steve and Cedric are up for membership in a men's club, where they'll be "rubbing elbows with Chicago's business elite". Romeo and Bullethead use a new camera to meet girls.
42 21 "That's a Bunch of Bull, Ced" May 8, 1998 (1998-05-08)
Steve and the boys plan on getting Angela a hot tub for Mother's Day and getting rid of the swing set so they can install the hot tub in their balcony. But they find the swing set meant more to Angela than they thought and she wants a herb garden instead of a hot tub. Lovita is upset when Cedric wins a pair of tickets to a Chicago Bulls playoff game and decides to take Steve. Regina is upset when a shipment of cafeteria food is not delivered and Romeo faces off the new head of L&G Construction, a female named Audrey (Charlayne Woodard).
43 22 "Ring Around the Piggy" May 13, 1998 (1998-05-13)
Rumors of a big announcement from Warrington has everyone thinking he's going to propose to Regina. Romeo and Bullethead send a strict teacher anonymous love letters hoping to help their grades.

Season 4: 1998–1999[edit]

  • The opening credits of Season 4 changed from previous seasons, with the addition of headshot scenes of the cast featuring the three boys from the show. The series star, Steve Harvey, also had the #1 movie of the Christmas season (Santa's Coming Home for Christmas) and the #1 book, "Don't Trip, He Ain't Through with Me Yet".
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44 1 "Das Bootie" TBA TBA September 18, 1998 (1998-09-18)
Steve and Regina go on a cruise where he hopes to "define" his unconsummated relationship with Regina.
45 2 "Baby You Can Drive My Car" TBA TBA September 25, 1998 (1998-09-25)
Bullethead and Romeo get the OK to take driver's education which is now being taught by Steve.
46 3 "Educating Piggy" TBA TBA October 1, 1998 (1998-10-01)
Steve, Cedric and Regina attend a mandatory computer course being taught by Lovita. Meanwhile Romeo decides to run for class president.
47 4 "Welcome to Bernie's" TBA TBA October 5, 1998 (1998-10-05)
Darrin has recently been having trouble at school and Steve, Cedric, Lovita and Regina attend a seminar on faculty relationships. Steve and Angela then have a meeting with Darrin's teacher, and they begin to get concerned as to what's going on. Steve and Angela make constant checks on Darrin, to see what's wrong with him, and Angela thinks maybe they're neglecting him, but she couldn't be any more wrong. Meanwhile, Romeo becomes jealous of all the attention that Bullethead is getting with his wooden puppet, it turns out that he needs glasses.
48 5 "And Injustice for All" TBA TBA October 15, 1998 (1998-10-15)
When the television set Steve sold Lovita goes on a fritz, she sues him and they go before a judge he once courted -- and dumped. Regina gets an autograph Michael Jordan basketball, which Cedric wants to use to inspire his losing basketball team, much to Regina's dismay.
49 6 "What You Won't Cue for Love" TBA TBA October 26, 1998 (1998-10-26)
Carl offers to sell Steve 20 percent of his hardware store (that Carl's brother is selling). Angela doesn't let Steve buy it, so Cedric decides to purchase it. When Cedric becomes obsessed with the store, this drives everyone crazy, even Tiffany when he skips a date with her, and Steve decides to confront him about it, Lovita and Regina take on Steve and Cedric in a pool tournament and Mike and Don try to beat Darrin, as Cedric, in a Halloween costume contest, which Steve and Cedric's good friend, Byron, is forced to help with but Darrin wins because Cedric's mom was the head judge and Romeo and Bullethead fake a Bubble-boy to win concert tickets.
50 7 "Everybody Loves Regina" TBA TBA November 5, 1998 (1998-11-05)
Junior and Vincent, the two kids that Steve and Cedric mentored as "big brothers", return, and Junior asks Regina if she would go out on a date with his older brother. Steve dates a young coffee shop waitress.
51 8 "Rent" TBA TBA November 12, 1998 (1998-11-12)
Steve's girlfriend, who works for the IRS, learns that Cedric is committing tax fraud.
52 9 "Every Boy Needs a Teacher" TBA TBA November 19, 1998 (1998-11-19)
Regina agrees to date the "man-boy" who services the office water cooler.
53 10 "Uncle Steve" TBA TBA November 30, 1998 (1998-11-30)
Lovita and Regina give a makeover to Steve's wallflower of a niece, who blossoms into a looker who gets more than a second look from Romeo, Mr. Williams, Steve's high school shop teacher, comes to visit, but gets angry and leaves after Steve telling Mr. Williams what he can and can't do at Booker T's.
54 11 "The Snow Job" TBA TBA December 14, 1998 (1998-12-14)

A snowstorm strands Lovita at Steve's on Christmas Eve, and David and his wife and kids, and Angela's parents come to visit while Cedric waits out the blizzard at Regina's, Angela learns her parents are having marital problems and tries to patch things up, only making them worse; Romeo, Bullethead, and Lydia get trapped in the department store on Christmas Eve, but things go awry when a mall Santa held the students captive.

Final appearance of: Col. Edward Jacobson (Rudy Ray Moore)

First appearances of: Nicole, Trina and Samantha Hightower

Note: This is the only episode that both of Angela's parents appeared together.

Goof: In this episode, it is mentioned by Angela's father has always called Steve "hey you". In the episode "Just My Imagination" from the previous season, Angela's father calls Steve by his real name.
55 12 "Strapped Tease" TBA TBA January 4, 1999 (1999-01-04)
Steve and Cedric plan to hire strippers for their friend's bachelor party. But when the strippers show up, the guys get a little more than they bargained for and Steve discovers he can get his car into a major car magazine, but Angela's obsession with Darrin's New Year's resolution and Steve has less than a day to clean his car before the picture.
56 13 "Lovita Doesn't Live Here Anymore" TBA TBA January 14, 1999 (1999-01-14)
After a fight with her Mama, Lovita moves in with Cedric. But when Regina sympathizes, Lovita moves in with her.
57 14 "Working Homegirl" TBA TBA January 18, 1999 (1999-01-18)

To impress her visiting great-aunt, Lovita tells a few lies where she makes her great-aunt believe that she and Cedric are married, she's the principal and Steve runs errands for the newlyweds. Meanwhile, Steve decides to sell his car, which upsets Mike because of how much time he and Steve had worked on it. Meanwhile, Angela takes Don shopping for clothes and he is afraid that Angela will embarrass him in front of someone he knows.

Guest stars: David Letterman
58 15 "Nightmare on Steve's Street" TBA TBA February 4, 1999 (1999-02-04)
Cedric believes there's a spirit haunting the apartment, so he talks Steve, Lovita and Regina into having a seance. Meanwhile, after Bullethead saves Coretta's life, she returns the favor by protecting him from bullies.
59 16 "All That Jazz" TBA TBA February 11, 1999 (1999-02-11)
Steve has trouble composing a song for a Black History month assembly, until some unknown "musical genius" finishes it for him. Meanwhile, Romeo and Bullethead meet beautiful tenants Amber and Monique in Regina's apartment, and pretend it is their apartment.
60 17 "Big Mouth on Campus" TBA TBA February 18, 1999 (1999-02-18)
Cedric lets being named "Teacher of the Year" go to his head, angering fellow teachers, students and even Lovita.
61 18 "Liar, Liar, Your Versace's on Fire" TBA TBA February 25, 1999 (1999-02-25)
Cedric and Steve test out a "lie buster," but the device backfires for Cedric when Lovita catches him in a string of white lies. Meanwhile, Lydia gets her own TV show and asks Bullethead and Romeo to help. Also, Regina gets competitive with her new beau.
62 19 "Almost Dirty Dancing" TBA TBA April 29, 1999 (1999-04-29)
Regina helps Steve's friend with the one thing that keeps coming between him and his wife: dancing. Meanwhile, Steve and Cedric try to compete with Romeo and Bullethead in a string of events.
63 20 "Steve Don't Get Nun" TBA TBA May 3, 1999 (1999-05-03)
Steve wants to rekindle an old flame, but his former girlfriend has some news that might change his mind and he insults Angela and Regina at Booker T's, ruins lunch at the cafeteria and drops her ring down the furnace.
64 21 "A Star Is Born" TBA TBA May 10, 1999 (1999-05-10)
Regina becomes obsessed with defeating an old high-school rival in a choir competition and Cedric tells Steve and Angela that one of their boys may have a pocket knife. They don't believe their boys would, but they find the knife in Darrin's pocket in the laundry.
65 22 "My Left Gator" TBA TBA May 17, 1999 (1999-05-17)
Angela hooks Romeo up for his first date (with her college student) in ten years and Steve gives him advice after a breakup leaves Steve broken, as does an injury he received while helping Regina move furniture. Meanwhile, Mike gets a horrendous pimple, which he uses make-up to cover after Cedric tries to stamp out his petty jealousies.

Season 5: 1999-2000[edit]

  • Gary LeRoi Gray (Don Hightower) was absent for two episodes.
  • This season consisted of 22 episodes.
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66 1 "Detention Peddler" TBA TBA September 24, 1999 (1999-09-24)
In the fourth-season opener, Steve applies for the vice-principal position at the school, much to the chagrin of Regina. Meanwhile, Cedric comes up with creative ways to propose to Lovita.
67 2 "Party of Five" TBA TBA October 1, 1999 (1999-10-01)
Cedric and Lovita decide to live together before they get married; and Regina ignores Steve's school proposal to counsel at-risk students. Meanwhile, Bullethead and Lydia share a locker, and Romeo gets a mysterious lockermate.
68 3 "He's Gotta Have It" TBA TBA October 8, 1999 (1999-10-08)
Steve and Regina clash when they share an office. Meanwhile, Cedric loses his sex drive after a computer program predicts that his and Lovita's child will be ugly. Romeo and his girlfriend Tessa decide to elope after getting advice from Steve.
69 4 "Little Stevie Blunder" TBA TBA October 15, 1999 (1999-10-15)
Steve pretends to be blind to impress a woman, and Bullethead enters the Miss Booker T. beauty pageant in the hopes of winning a new computer. Meanwhile, Lovita wants to know what's in a locked metal box she found in Cedric's closet.
70 5 "Roomies" TBA TBA October 22, 1999 (1999-10-22)
Regina stays at Steve's apartment while her place is being fumigated, and she immediately annoys her new roommates with her bubbly and bossy disposition. Meanwhile, Lydia prepares for her belated Bat Mitzvah, and Regina wants to accompany Steve to a celebrity fund-raiser.
71 6 "Boomerang" TBA TBA November 5, 1999 (1999-11-05)
Steve acts a like fool while pursuing a woman, and his friends intervene to save his dignity. Regina warns Steve the woman stole her college boyfriend and then dumped him. Meanwhile, an electric shock gives Bullethead the power to pick winning stocks.
72 7 "My Whole Left Side" TBA TBA November 12, 1999 (1999-11-12)
While Cedric is away at a coaches conference, his grandmother stays at Steve's apartment and torments Lovita. Meanwhile, Coretta uses Romeo, Lydia and Bullethead as models to show off her own style of fashion after Steve ensures her that she has the potential to become a fashion designer.
73 8 "My Two Big Daddies" TBA TBA November 19, 1999 (1999-11-19)
Steve pretends to be a single parent to impress an attractive member of a support group --and pays Romeo to portray his son. Meanwhile, Regina conducts employee evaluations and Bullethead romances a Catholic school student.
74 9 "All About Christmas Steve" TBA TBA December 14, 1999 (1999-12-14)
On Christmas Eve, Steve and Cedric get stuck at the tiny Peoria, Illinois airport on the way to Booker T's winter festival but plans go awry for both Steve and Regina, while Cedric frets over the new millennium hoopla and Tiffany makes him choose her and his mother. Meanwhile, The boys beat Dwight Mills in the Christmas light competition and Romeo is invited to a Christmas party under false pretenses.
75 10 "All About Steve" TBA TBA January 7, 2000 (2000-01-07)
Regina attends a symposium on education and leaves Steve in charge. He later realizes that supervising the entire school is a greater challenge than he expected. Meanwhile, Cedric and Lovita argue about their wedding plans.
76 11 "Going, Going, Gone" TBA TBA January 14, 2000 (2000-01-14)
Regina recruits Steve and Cedric to participate in a charity bachelor auction where another woman outbids Lovita for her fiancee. Meanwhile, Romeo and Bullethead join Lydia in reading the school's morning announcements.
77 12 "Boy Trouble" TBA TBA January 21, 2000 (2000-01-21)
Regina wants her new school program approved by the visiting district supervisor, who instead takes a shine to Steve's ideas. Meanwhile, Bullethead, Romeo and Lydia join the faculty-talent show committee and change the format of the event.
78 13 "Guess Who's Not Coming to Counseling" TBA TBA February 4, 2000 (2000-02-04)
Lovita enlists Steve to pose as her fiancé. Meanwhile, Romeo and Bullethead form a singing group.
79 14 "Black Streak" TBA TBA February 11, 2000 (2000-02-11)
Regina offers to throw Lovita's bridal shower, but her plans cause friction with Lovita's friends, who envision a much livelier party. Meanwhile, Cedric and Steve begin to feel old and decide to do something wild and crazy to break out of their rut.
80 15 "Wedlocked" TBA TBA February 15, 2000 (2000-02-15)
Steve wants Angela to get a vasectomy when they agree their family is complete. Retrieving a top hat for his wedding gets Cedric locked in a storage room with Steve -- just as the ceremony is about to begin. Meanwhile, Don is voted by "best butt" by the girls at school, but learns it was just a prank, while Mike is shocked when he calls his father and doesn't make it on time.
81 16 "The Honeymooners" TBA TBA February 25, 2000 (2000-02-25)
Steve gets tickets to Orlando, Florida and takes Regina as well as his class, but this turns into a huge conflict for Cedric.
82 17 "If Cooks Could Kill" TBA TBA April 14, 2000 (2000-04-14)
Steve and Cedric enter a cooking contest in hopes of winning a new television, but they face tough competition from Regina and Lovita. Meanwhile, the faculty members serve as mentors to the students, with varying results.
83 18 "Moonlighting" TBA TBA April 21, 2000 (2000-04-21)
To earn money to pay off their wedding bills, Lovita and Cedric set up a salon in Steve's apartment, which may get them all evicted. Meanwhile, Regina fawns over a novelist who has agreed to speak to her book club.
84 19 "Don't Stand Too Close to Me" TBA TBA April 28, 2000 (2000-04-28)
Romeo's girlfriend, Alicia, develops a huge crush on Steve after the music teacher speaks to the feminist group the teen belongs to. Meanwhile, Regina feels left out when Cedric and Lovita begin socializing with another couple who are hiding a secret life.
85 20 "African-American Gigolo" TBA TBA May 5, 2000 (2000-05-05)
Regina sets Steve up with his dream date, while Steve finds a man for Regina who's not what he appears to be. Meanwhile, Cedric follows a bizarre pregame ritual to keep his basketball team's winning streak alive.
86 21 "I Believe I Can Lie" TBA TBA May 12, 2000 (2000-05-12)
Steve arranges for a celebrity to speak at the school's Entrepreneur Day, and when he learns that the guest can't make it, he's reluctant to tell everyone. Elsewhere, Cedric and Lovita discover an extra $8,000 in their bank account.
87 22 "Dressed to Chill" TBA TBA May 19, 2000 (2000-05-19)
Booker T. Washington is chosen for instituting a uniform policy and Lydia is in charge. Meanwhile, Bullethead and Romeo are inspired by Steve's story to boycott these uniforms.

Season 6: 2000-2001[edit]

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88 1 "When the Funk Hits the Big 4-0" TBA TBA October 4, 2000 (2000-10-04)
Steve celebrates his 40th birthday but Angela finds Mike making out with his girlfriend in Principal Grier's office. When Angela asks Steve to have a man-to-man talk with Mike, Regina dates someone new and Steve is a little reluctant to do it. Lovita is experiencing sickness that may be caused by her newfound pregnancy not because he doesn't feel Mike needs it, but because it's something he's never done before with a kid. Booker T. goes to sea in another on-location shoot with Romeo, Cedric and Lovita boarding the USS Constellation aircraft carrier as part of their honor to engines.
89 2 "Player, Interrupted" TBA TBA October 15, 2000 (2000-10-15)
Regina recruits Steve and Cedric to help impress her fiance's friends at a charity event in a mental hospital, which they soon become patients of; Bullethead and Romeo join Lydia's club.
90 3 "My Best Piggy's Wedding" TBA TBA October 18, 2000 (2000-10-18)
When Edwin gets divorced, Steve and Angela go to a couple's therapy workshop to prevent Edwin's fate from coming to them, depressed and feeling jilted over Regina's impending nuptials, kicks Steve's effort to get her back into high gear when he hears of their accelerated plans to elope. Angela gets angered when the rest of the group, including the other woman, agree with Steve that Angela is too critical and too demanding until she found that he's right. Meanwhile, Lovita tells Cedric to flirt with the female landlord of an apartment they want; and Lydia discovers that she was adopted.
91 4 "Love, Death and Basketball" TBA TBA October 29, 2000 (2000-10-29)
Steve takes over as principal when Regina leaves town for her wedding, but she returns early from her honeymoon with tragic news. Elsewhere, Lydia nags Romeo and Bullethead about letting her join them during senior skip day.
92 5 "Touched by a Pig" TBA TBA November 1, 2000 (2000-11-01)
Steve tells Don to go for Clarissa, who likes cars, but finds out she is dating Darius, Mike's friend and tries to be a good friend and lets Regina stay with him in her time of need. Meanwhile, Angela attempts to prove to her psychology colleagues she can cook for an important dinner and Cedric's visiting Grandma Puddin' makes some soul food out of the cherished possession Regina's husband left her in his will. Romeo, Bullethead and Lydia steal Steve's briefcase and hold it for ransom after the teacher refuses to chaperone a class trip to an amusement park.
93 6 "African-American Pie" TBA TBA November 12, 2000 (2000-11-12)
Steve handles the arrangements for the school's annual Teachers Appreciation Day assembly, angering Cedric, who usually plans the event. The acting principal then suffers from the stress of organizing the occasion and dating a younger woman.
94 7 "A Star Is Born Again" TBA TBA November 15, 2000 (2000-11-15)
Steve manages an all-girl singing group called Jail-Bait, and books a gig for them that he hopes will revive his own show-business career. His plans may be dashed when Regina's advice to the girls causes them to question their act and Angela buys a foreign sports car Austin-Healey with money with inheritance and forbids Steve to drive it, but when, of course, does Steve listen to Angela?.
95 8 "This Little Piggy Went Home" TBA TBA November 22, 2000 (2000-11-22)
Ricardo isn't allowed on the guest list for the Thanksgiving dinner party at Steve's apartment, Regina and Steve get very chummy during a game of Pictionary that also starts a fight between Cedric and Lovita, but Steve and Don spot him at a food shelter, thinking he has money problems, and invite him as a guest of honor. Elsewhere, as it turns out, Lydia only eats there because of the free meal and takes offense to an assignment Steve gives his music class that requires them to report on their family Thanksgiving histories.
96 9 "Analyze Dis" TBA TBA December 17, 2000 (2000-12-17)
Steve has a hard time relinquishing his duties as acting principal when Regina returns to school, creating tension between them. Meanwhile, Cedric's in the doghouse after Lovita discovers he has a private savings account.
97 10 "Tiger Hoods" TBA TBA January 3, 2001 (2001-01-03)
Steve conspires with his friends and students to attend a celebrity golf tournament and appear to be in school at the same time after Regina refuses to let him take the day off. Meanwhile, Ced tries to pitch another one of his get-rich-quick schemes, which he calls "Bro" Balls, (black golf balls) to the contestants at the golf tournament. With Cedric as his caddy, Steve is all set to play in the Chi-Town Golf Invitational. However, the plans to appear at the star-studded event are called into question when, unlike Cedric, Steve fails to ask Regina for the day off. And when Steve tries declaring the day of the golf tournament "Self-Reliance Day," making it unnecessary for his students to attend class, Regina demands he be there to teach. Meanwhile, Angela's wild sisters Yvette, Claire and Karen visit to plan their parents' 50th anniversary, but they start arguing the minute they arrive, and Angela quickly grows tired of being the mediator. Cedric and Lovita hope to interest the celebrities playing in the tournament in their new line of black golf balls. Despite Regina's orders, Steve is intent on playing in the tournament. On the advice of his students, he then hatches a plan to make it appear as though he's in class, even as he is playing golf. With Steve at the course, Lydia, Romeo and Bullethead conspire to keep Regina from learning the truth. And when Regina's suspicions are aroused, they use a mannequin and taped lectures to make it appear as though Steve is teaching. Meanwhile, with three guests in Steve's apartment, Steve and the boys camp out in the backyard for a few nights cautions Cedric against coming on too strong with his "Bro-Ball" sales pitch. When she hears a TV news report stating Steve is at the golf course, Regina sets out to expose the ruse by calling a mandatory faculty meeting. In hopes of keeping Steve out of trouble, Lovita calls to warn him. Once he's alerted to the problem, Steve hurries back to school. But, even though Steve makes it back in time to fool Regina again, Lovita cannot bear the guilt and tells all.
98 11 "Big Daddy Daddy" TBA TBA January 14, 2001 (2001-01-14)
Romeo moves in with Steve after the teen's family departs for New York and the boy stays behind to finish the school year at Booker T. Meanwhile, a misunderstanding causes Regina to invite herself on a ski weekend that Cedric and Lovita had planned to take alone.
99 12 "Me, Me and Miss Jones" TBA TBA January 21, 2001 (2001-01-21)
Steve finds romance with a 25-year-old swimsuit model, but is shocked when he finds out that Romeo is trying to woo the same woman.
100 13 "No Free Samples" TBA TBA February 4, 2001 (2001-02-04)
The sitcom celebrates its 100th episode with this musically themed installment, which includes performances by R&B singer Ron Isley and rapper Lil' Bow Wow.
101 14 "House Party" TBA TBA February 11, 2001 (2001-02-11)
"When a storm leaves their apartment flooded", Cedric and Lovita need a new venue for their party; Cedric states that the apartment flooded due to them using spurs on the waterbed.
102 15 "Mother and Child Reunion" TBA TBA February 18, 2001 (2001-02-18)
Romeo's mother visits from New York with news that she plans to leave her husband and start a new life in Chicago. Meanwhile, Regina hints that she wants her friends to throw her a party to celebrate her 10th anniversary as Booker T's principal.
103 16 "Not the Best Man" TBA TBA February 21, 2001 (2001-02-21)
Regina learns that she is not going to be a maid-of-honor at a friend's wedding after she thought she was a shoo-in. Meanwhile, after a critic declares performance artist Romeo out of touch with reality, the Hightowers' neighbor and student decides to be more like others so Steve tells his music class to write a new version of the school song for an assembly the mayor is attending and Steve and Cedric compete in a cooking contest.
104 17 "After the Fall" TBA TBA April 1, 2001 (2001-04-01)
Clips from past episodes are featured as a television producer interviews Steve's friends for a documentary about the former singer. Steve's friend Byron, a television producer, decides to make Steve the subject of a documentary identifying a celebrity whose fifteen minutes of fame has expired. Cedric, Lovita and Regina seize the opportunity to be interviewed for the program and warm to the chance to see themselves on television. But when questioned, Regina won't divulge any information about her personal relationship with Steve and neither Cedic nor Lovita have a bad word to say about him. As the interviews progress, Byron realizes the scandalous stories about Steve might have to come from the students. Unfortunately, Romeo, Bullethead and Lydia don't have anything but positive anecdotes about Steve. Byron then questions Steve, hoping he might reveal a few skeletons in the closet, but Steve, instead, tells him that he's had a happy life educating and serving as a role model for his students. When Byron presses him further, Steve throws him out. The day the documentary airs, Steve, Cedric, Lovita, Regina and Byron gather around the television. Before Byron can explain, they are stunned to find the hour-long documentary has been reduced to a single short segment. Byron says Steve's straight and narrow lifestyle made for bad television. But when the gang rallies behind Steve, he realizes how important he is to the people around him and his true value is only just being reliazed.
105 18 "The Negotiator" TBA TBA April 22, 2001 (2001-04-22)
The annual faculty-student talent show brings out the worst in Steve, Regina and Cedric. With the approach of the annual student-faculty talent show, Steve and Cedric are determined to find partners to help them to beat the defending champion, Regina. Though she feigns a lack of interest in the contest and its prize, Regina secretly scours the student body for someone who will help her win again. And upon learning Bullethead is performing with Cedric, and Romeo has been chosen for Regina's tap dancing act, Steve partners with Lydia. Meanwhile, Lovita complains about not being allowed to enter the talent show, too. Upon arriving for their first rehearsal, Romeo finds Regina just wants him for his looks and not his dancing skills. When Lydia wants to perform a duet made popular by Barbra Streisand and Neil Diamond, Steve balks. When Cedric insults Bullethead at their first rehearsal, the students complain about how badly they are being treated and decide to go on strike. And after making her exclusion from the talent show Cedric's problem, too, Lovita blames the faculty for letting their own ambitions drive their student partners away. In the wake of Lovita's reprimand, Steve, Regina and Cedric apologize to the students. With Lovita acting as mediator, the kids agree to return to the show once they are allowed to perform, too. Finally, Cedric joins Bullethead for their magic act. But despite the stiff competition provided by Steve and Lydia's rendition of "You Don't Bring Me Flowers," as well as Regina and Romeo's tap duet, the trophy goes to another student-teacher duo.
106 19 "Here Comes the Judge" TBA TBA April 29, 2001 (2001-04-29)
Romeo, Lydia and Bullethead sue Steve for damaging their pager and the case is heard on the Judge Mathis Show. Meanwhile, Cedric sends erotic e-mails to Lovita posing as a secret admirer, not realizing that she knows that the missives are from him. When Judge Greg Mathis comes to the school's Career Day, Steve makes the mistake of having the television courtroom judge's new Mercedes Benz towed from his personal parking space. Then, as Judge Mathis is making a presentation to his class, Steve confiscates an electronic messaging device. However, insisting it is a computer and doesn't violate school policy, Romeo, Bullethead and Lovita protest. When Steve finally returns a broken messaging device, Bullethead, Romeo and Lydia decide to take their case to Judge Mathis' TV courtroom. Upon learning of the lawsuit, Regina insists on joining Steve to help defend the school's reputation. Meanwhile, when Lovita fails to acknowledge his erotic e-mail, Cedric is certain that she's having an affair. But when he confronts her about it, Lovita says she knew all along that the sexy message was from him. In Judge Mathis' courtroom, Romeo, Bullethead and Lydia produce persuasive evidence that the electronic messaging device is a computer that falls well within the school's guidelines. But Steve clumsily undercuts his own case by offering to help pay for the cost of having the judge's car towed. Struggling to overcome charges of bribery, he then calls Lydia as a surprise witness. And despite testimony that proves Steve wasn't responsible for breaking the messaging device, Judge Mathis decides in favor of the kids. Finally, Mathis gets his own revenge by having Steve's car towed.
107 20 "Addicted to Love and Whatnot" TBA TBA May 6, 2001 (2001-05-06)
Regina agrees to go on a date with Steve's old pal Clyde, but only if Steve joins them and escorts a friend of hers. Meanwhile, Lydia doesn't realize that the cheerleaders only want to hang out with her because she works in a hip clothing shop. - - - When Lovita gets a tattoo, Cedric strongly objects. Refusing to be drawn into the middle of a marital spat, Steve ushers them out of his apartment so he can prepare for a date. But when former band mate Clyde arrives looking for some help in finding his way home, he inadvertently ruins the cover story Steve used to get Paula to come to dinner. Meanwhile, after Lydia is assigned to work on a class project with Romeo and Bullethead, the school's cheerleaders target her for friendship in order to take advantage of her employee discount at a popular clothing store. As Cedric and Lovita continue to disagree over the tattoo, Clyde falls head over heels in love with Regina. And when Steve presses her for just one date with his old friend, Regina will agree only if Steve will date a friend of hers. As Romeo and Bullethead start putting their own efforts into the project, they discover Lydia is too distracted by her new friends to do any work of her own. Meanwhile, Cedric and Lovita make up after his new wig leads her to admit the tattoo is only temporary. Over dinner, Steve does his best to send Regina's friend home early. But when Arletta refuses to be fooled, Steve finds himself spending the night with her. Finally, when the cheerleaders make it clear they have been using her for the discount, Lydia realizes who her real friends are and helps salvage Bullethead and Romeo's project. And after an absentminded Clyde forgets he ever met her, a relieved Regina decides to spend the evening with Steve.
108 21 "Last Dance" TBA TBA May 13, 2001 (2001-05-13)
Regina puts Cedric and Lovita in charge of planning Booker T's prom; Lydia thinks a boy she likes is going to ask her to the dance, but the teen has other plans. - - - Still depressed over her own disappointment years earlier, Regina delegates the planning of the Senior Prom to Cedric and Lovita. While Romeo looks to auction himself off as a date to the highest bidder, Lydia makes it perfectly clear she wants Arthur Rabinowitz to be her date. And with Arthur's help, Bullethead hopes his date will be a radio station contest's mystery celebrity. Meanwhile, as Cedric and Lovita secure the Grandview Hotel's main ballroom for the big event, Regina's prom memories continue to drag her down. Arthur turns to Steve seeking advice about how to ask the girl of his dreams to the prom. While Steve is certain the young computer whiz kid intends to ask Lydia, he's surprised when Arthur lands a date with classmate Julie Feldman. When Lydia learns the truth, she holds Steve responsible for ruining her prom night. However, Arthur explains his father forced him to ask Julie and that he was certain Lydia would turn him down. But when Julie dumps him, Steve presses Arthur to make things right. Meanwhile, as Bullethead wins a date for the prom with the mystery celebrity, Romeo discovers his date has bad breath. As they celebrate their success at planning the perfect prom, Cedric and Lovita learn the hotel has been demolished. Left with hundreds of pounds of food and nowhere to go, they scramble to find a venue. Although Lydia has already booked the room for a senior citizens party, they quickly agree to share the school's multi-purpose room for the night. Finally, as Lydia's dream date comes true, Romeo does his best to cope with Samantha's bad breath. And when Bullethead proudly arrives with singer Teena Marie, Steve helps ease the sting of Regina's bad prom memories by making her the school's first ever Faculty Prom Queen.
109 22 "Love Is in the Air" TBA TBA May 20, 2001 (2001-05-20)
Cedric and Lovita secretly set Steve and Regina up on a blind date. Romeo and Bullethead send Lydia false college acceptance letters. Lovita suffers from mood swings. With two tickets for a Chicago Bulls basketball game in hand, Regina asks Steve to join her. Unaware of their plans for the game and worried Steve and Regina will end up spending the rest of their lives alone, Lovita asks Cedric to help arrange a blind date between them. While Cedric struggles to understand why Lovita is suddenly so sensitive and irritable, Romeo and Bullethead set out to punish Lydia for bragging about her college applications. As part of the plan to set up the blind date, Lovita asks Steve to go out with a friend. Though suspicious, he's persuaded to give it a try when the woman described sounds wonderful. Similarly, Cedric turns to Regina with an offer to date a friend of his and she gets excited when Cedric describes the mystery man. However, when their blind dates are set for Friday, both Steve and Regina suddenly have to make excuses for skipping the basketball game. When Steve admits he has a date, Regina feigns surprise. Meanwhile, as Cedric continues to struggle with his wife,s mood swings. Lydia is stunned to learn the truth when Bullethead and Romeo reveal they paid a classmate to send her a series of phony college acceptance letters. Upon arriving for their blind dates, Steve and Regina are surprised to find they have been set up. Steve is upset when he realizes Regina didn't tell him the truth and they begin to argue. Yet, once Cedric and Lovita leave them alone, they decide to make the best of the situation. And though the Robinsons assume things ended badly, they wake up the next morning to discover Regina spent the night at Steve's. Finally, as a scholarship to attend Princeton brings Lydia out of her doldrums, Cedric learns the reason behind Lovita's wild mood swings – she's going to have a baby!

Season 6: 2001-2002[edit]

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110 1 "Secret Lovers" TBA TBA October 14, 2001 (2001-10-14)
The sixth and final season begins as Regina pulls the plug on faculty displays of affection on school grounds. The principal's newly minted relationship with Steve prompts the edict after the music man tries to kiss her at school. Regina ushers her co-workers into her office and tells them that they all need to set an example for the students regarding proper behavior. She is adamant that the students never find out that she is "breaking off a piece for 'Big Daddy'". However, she fails to heed her own advice and soon Bullethead catches her in a clinch with Steve in her office. Elsewhere, Cedric is upset by wife Lovita's uncharacteristic lack of interest in him, and finds odd ways to channel his energies.
111 2 "Do Not Duplicate" TBA TBA October 21, 2001 (2001-10-21)
Lovita advises Steve to give Regina a duplicate key to his apartment to show how serious he is about their relationship. Meanwhile, Lydia downplays her intelligence to help her boyfriend, Arthur, feel better about himself, as Lovita begins to feel left-out when her girlfriends seem to pay more attention to Cedric than to her.
112 3 "E-Male Problems" TBA TBA October 28, 2001 (2001-10-28)
Steve's parents are coming to town to visit, but to avoid the pressures of marriage he excludes Regina from their dinner plans, leaving Regina offended and Steve unable to explain. Cedric advises Steve to write down his feelings on paper to help him later explain the reasoning behind his actions; unfortunately, his venting mistakenly gets sent to Regina via e-mail. He tells Lydia to retrieve it before Regina sees it but it was too late. Regina comes over to see Steve to make up with him and he tells her he didn't intend for her to get that email. She says that she is fine with it and then they make love.
113 4 "Knit Picking" TBA TBA November 4, 2001 (2001-11-04)
Steve is confused by Regina's mixed signals when first she wants to keep their relationship casual, but then pulls out all the stops for their one-month anniversary including a romantic dinner, a hand-knitted sweater, and a bed covered in rose petals. Meanwhile, Steve allows the class members to each teach a lesson to the class.
114 5 "Principal's Pet" TBA TBA November 11, 2001 (2001-11-11)
In response to staff rumors of favoritism, Regina makes Steve proctor a test during the annual faculty luncheon. But a disturbance in the cafeteria causes him to miss the appointment, which allows Romeo and Bullethead to cheat on the exam. Meanwhile, Cedric and Lovita try to con their way into getting their still unborn child accepted into a prestigious school for children.
115 6 "Dual Intentions" TBA TBA November 18, 2001 (2001-11-18)
Regina goes on a singles outing that she booked prior to dating Steve, and when she calls him, another woman answers. Meanwhile, Lovita wants Cedric to sell his car so they can buy a minivan.
116 7 "Dissin' Cousins" TBA TBA November 25, 2001 (2001-11-25)
Regina's cousin stays in the principal's home after leaving her husband, but her arrogance irks Regina's friends, particularly Steve, whose weekend plans with his main squeeze are jeopardized. Meanwhile, Cedric and Lovita both think that they've accidentally learned the gender of their unborn child after promising each other that they would wait until the birth.
117 8 "Reindeer Games" TBA TBA December 5, 2001 (2001-12-05)
Steve plans an elegant Christmas party with friends in celebration of his relationship with Regina, but when Regina starts assuming responsibility and takes over with the details and planning of the holiday festitives, Steve reminds her that "Santa Claus" is in charge at "home" and Regina is in charge of Mrs. Claus at work, which leads to an argument about her bossy demeanor. Meanwhile, Cedric is hesitant to participate in Lovita's childbirth class; and Angela is upset when she finds out her mother is dating, so soon after his father's death while Steve's students plan senior-class pranks.
118 9 "Hate Thy Neighbor" TBA TBA January 6, 2002 (2002-01-06)
Steve (Steve Harvey) and Lovita (Terri J. Vaughn) square off against each other in sleazy campaign tactics when they run for one open slot on the apartment building tenant board and the usually friendly "game night" turns ugly.
119 10 "The Shower Planner" TBA TBA January 13, 2002 (2002-01-13)
In the midst of planning Lovita's (Terri J. Vaughn) baby shower, Regina (Wendy Raquel Robinson) has to suddenly leave town and rely on Steve (Steve Harvey) to plan the shower, leaving all of the shower games, goodie bags and girlie details in "Big Daddy's" hands. Meanwhile, Romeo and Bullethead create a stack of fake teacher evaluations aimed at discrediting Mr Hightower.
120 21 "My Fair Homegirl" TBA TBA January 20, 2002 (2002-01-20)
Regina hires a new assistant to fill in while Lovita is on maternity leave, but after Regina gives the homely girl a killer makeover, she thinks Steve may be making a play for her. Meanwhile Romeo tries to decide whether to go to college or go to work with his father driving a cab, as Lydia muses on her college dorm assignment to roommate, Laquitia Jefferson.
121 12 "The Graduates" TBA TBA February 10, 2002 (2002-02-10)
Steve is a little too enthusiastic in his glee over Romeo, Bullethead, and Lydia's impending graduation, especially when Lydia wins the class-valedictorian race and Romeo is voted the senior speaker for commencement. Meanwhile, Steve and Regina compete with each other over who can book the coolest celebrity to speak at the commencement ceremony.
122 13 "California or Bust-Up" TBA TBA February 17, 2002 (2002-02-17)
The series concludes with Regina accepting a great job opportunity in California and asks Steve to leave his life in Chicago, and move with her. Steve has to decide whether or not to let the love of his life walk out of his life forever, or take a chance on love in a far away place.

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