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Steve Harvey: Don't Trip... He Ain't Through with Me Yet (2006)

Steve Harvey, one of the Original Kings of Comedy, leaves his blue material at home in this stand-up performance in front of church-folk at the Phillips Arena in Atlanta, Georgia.



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In Don't Trip ... He Ain't Through with Me Yet, Harvey continues to relate his unique views on church, children, African-American culture and families. The faith-based community has enjoyed Harvey's spin on "church life" since he began participating in MegaFest over three years ago. Harvey retains his "keep it real" attitude while delivering hysterical insights on everyday situations. Written by CodeBlack Entetrainment

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Rated PG for some language and suggestive humor




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17 March 2006 (USA)  »

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$164,926 (USA) (17 March 2006)


$311,258 (USA) (7 April 2006)

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Thank You Steve
12 August 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I watched Don't Trip and I Tripped. Steve was great he was preaching talking to me he had me looking eyes wide open he had me laughing he had me saying hum then all of a sudden I was crying. I felt he touch me as if he was guided by the HOLY SPIRIT,he was preaching AMEN! I'm use to his all around very funny humor but this was very different for me. Steve Harvey has shown me the GODLY person that he is and I guess always been THANK YOU Jesus. God has been good to him,me and you to if you just listen. He had Ricky Smiley playing that organ it just made things seem to clear as to how we are and how we are led and how we react to things as God's children. The saddest for me was we have lost how to communicate with our children. It's so true I see it Parents ain't parents no more. I see kids talking to their parents with such disrespect it would be nice to smack em in the mouth and up side the head until the white meat show. I did and will still check mine just give them that GOD FEARING LOOK. Thank You STEVE HARVEY

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