If you haven’t watched Steve Harvey’s daytime show, here’s some advice.
There’s a good reason to give it a chance and tune in at 2 p.m. Wednesday on Channel 2.
That’s when a segment, “Ask Steve Harvey, Buffalo” that was taped on April 21 at the Buffalo History Museum will air.
Harvey wasn’t in attendance, but appeared by satellite from Chicago, where the program is recorded.
According to a Channel 2 release, four local women were chosen to ask Harvey for advice on issues. It is a regular segment on Harvey’s show and he has recently taken it on the road.
A Channel 2 spokesperson wasn’t able to reveal what the questions were. However, he was able to claim “it was pretty funny stuff.”
According to a release for the show received this morning, one woman asks Steve "for tips on how to be more ladylike when consuming chicken wings on a date, and Steve provides a demonstration for her right there on the 'Steve Harvey' stage." Watch a clip here.
The release added that the woman had told Harvey "that she loves she loves Buffalo wings, but her dates aren't always impressed when she orders them, because she ends up making a mess."
Janet Snyder, the local morning radio personality who also hosts a Saturday morning program on Channel 2, is the entertainment correspondent on the segment.