Referring to the cat calls and applause that greet Steve Harvey when he walks onstage, Dr. Phil says, "You've got some fans in the house. What do you think?"
Dr. Phil holds up a copy of Steve's best-selling book Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man. "We're going to talk about finding love. You know how to do that," he says.
"People ask me all the time, â€˜How can you tell anybody about a relationship when you're on your third wife?' I've learned that failure is a great teacher," Steve replies. "I messed up a couple of times, and I finally got it right."
"You say that men love differently than women," Dr. Phil observes. "What do you mean?"
"If a woman is constantly expecting a man to return the same love that she gives, she's going to be constantly disappointed, because we just don't return it the same way," Steve replies.
Steve explains his Three Ps theory: "We profess, we protect and we provide," he tells Dr. Phil. "Women are nurturing, communicators, caring, sharing, givers, lovers. It's a total, encompassing love. Your man can't do all those things on the day to day, because it's not in our DNA."
"You say men are driven by who they are, what they do, how much they make," Dr. Phil notes. "Talk about that."
[AD]"Steve is an amazing husband," Marjorie replies. "He does an excellent job."
Dr. Phil observes that the couple met 17 years ago. "How'd you meet him?" he asks Marjorie.
"At his comedy club. I was late. My girlfriend and I were going to his show. This was the beginning of his career," she replies. "Steve was already up doing his show. He stopped and was just staring at me."
"Yeah. Just like this," Steve says, making faces at his wife.
"Everybody's turning around, looking at him," Marjorie continues. "He said, â€˜I'm sorry. I don't know who this is, but that's going to be my wife.'""You say he's never broken your heart. He's always treated you like a lady. He has been the model guy," Dr. Phil notes.
"He was that even when we dated before. It was more of the long distance," Marjorie says. "We both kick ourselves now: â€˜Why didn't we do this a long time ago?'"
[AD]Dr. Phil mentions that Steve recently launched an online dating site called LocateYourLove.com. "What do you find when you go to this [site]?" he asks.
"You were saving yourself for the good years," Dr. Phil points out.
"Good answer, Doc," Steve says