字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Hey, Steve. Back. Here you are. How are you? Yeah, how you been? I'm good. I like that haircut. Thank you. Oh, that's pretty fly. You got a black barber? Uh-huh. Yeah. That's a pimp fade right there, girl. It's tight. I like it. It feels really good. You like that? That's hot. Yeah. I like it. Thank you. You look good. I'm sexy. Yeah. Your mustache is sexy. Let's talk about the video. I didn't release the video. Who released it? My son did. Can we-- have you all seen this? All right. Can we show it, and then you talk over it? What's happening? I'm doing my mustache. It's a private moment. My son was in the dressing room. I'm in Africa. And I don't know that he's doing this, 'cause he's my son, so I don't have to watch him. And then who told his stupid behind to post it? Then he posted it, and it went crazy, and now everybody talking about, what was that on your face? What was you doing? All the comments were Steve Harvey uses a Bevel. It's a cordless clipper. And so that went viral, so I'm only here for one reason-- to get a sponsorship from Bevel. [LAUGHTER] That's it. You should get one. You doggone right. Yeah. Probably the most famous person using one, that's for damn sure. I mean, it makes sense that you are doing it because you wouldn't have someone doing it every day, but you've got to be accurate to make it even on each side. That's really tough work. Well, it's the only hair I have. [LAUGHTER] That is true. Ain't like I got to do a bunch of other stuff. But just to be clear, you do have other hair. But it don't get a Bevel on it, though. [LAUGHTER] Nah. Nah. That's a little bit too sharp. Well, it looks good. You do a good job with your mustache, and I hope you get a sponsorship with them. That'd be great. Get a campaign. That'll probably happen. I bet it will. So you bought the rights to the international "Family Feud." Is that right? Yeah, Fremantle owns "Family Feud." I went to them, great partners. I cut a deal with them, I bought the international right to "Family Feud," so now I shoot "Family Feud" in Africa. Fantastic. Yeah, it's really big. In April, it airs. It won't air here, but you will see the clips. It's going to go viral, because me pronouncing African names, that's it. I don't do good with English names, so. No, I'm excited to-- that's really great. I love "Family Feud." I watch it as much as I possibly can. Well, I can do it in Africa now because I got a lot of free time, you know. Well, yeah, you have different time. You have less time because you're just doing clips of the show, right? Did you just reduce the show to clips? No, no. That's what someone said, that you have more time, because it appealed to me all of a sudden. I was like, oh. Yeah. Because every day, episodes come on every day on Facebook Steve Watch. It's easy to find because I'm the only one on that. It's the first time they ever cut the deal, so I cut the deal, then I'm back on TV, you know. Everybody thought I was gone. Nope. But I'm happy for people-- you know, I'm a person of faith, so when a door closes for me, I just walk up the hall. It's more doors. You know, you just gotta keep going up the hall, there's another door. And so I open all the doors, and I'm back on TV, and I'm happy for everybody. I like Kelly Clarkson. I'm happy for her. Somebody-- one of my friends said, man, that's really big of you to be happy for somebody who replaced your show. I said, no, I'm happy for her. He said, so you watch? I said, I ain't that happy. [LAUGHTER] [CHUCKLES] Yeah. Right. And it's not Kelly Clarkson. She has nothing to do with that. Nothing at all. It's not her. She's cool people. Can we go back to the Africa thing, because-- so you went to Africa, and you shot some "Family Feuds" there, and then you also went on safari. Yeah, I took my family on safari. Had you done that before? Yeah, I've done it before. The thing about a safari is the animals on the safari, they're not the animals that's in the zoo. They're different. Like a elephant, they get fed at 6:00, 12:00 and 8:00. Them elephants in Africa, they eat all day. Mm-hmm. When you see them up close like that, it really is incredible, isn't it? Yeah. No, no, they're really scary. Oh, I agree they're scary. I'm more scared of elephants than the lions that are right to you. I saw a picture of the lions. Look how close the-- when you're taking a safari, look at that. Look at the lions just right there. Yeah. I was only that close 'cause they were sleep. Yeah. Yeah, my wife Marjorie likes that type of stuff. She has a tendency to think that fun and danger should be in the same sentence. My wife is not that bright. Yeah, well. [CHUCKLING] No, I can say that. I can say that, because my wife is a lot smarter than me, and she controls-- she knows this is just jokes. She's shopping right now because of these jokes. Yeah, I saw the whole audience go, oh, he called her not bright. I'mma pay for that, don't worry. [LAUGHTER] Don't worry. Oh, that wasn't just a free comment I just threw it out there. Oh, God, I'mma pay for that. That's expensive.