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

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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
  • Steve Harvey's comedy show brought down a sold-out Atlanta's Phillips Arena at Bishop T.D. Jakes' "Megafest" the annual four-day evangelical event which draws tens of thousands of his fans every year. With a clever range of new material, Harvey performs in front of church folks. That's right; Mr. Harvey keeps it clean and family friendly as he tackles topics such as faith, family, preachers, and relationships with his trademark candor and sardonic wit.

    - Written by Production
  • 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.

    - Written by Anonymous

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