Part 2: Cameras follow “Chicago’s Most Eligible Bachelor”
- A couple of weeks ago you met RYAN STEW, the Chicago bachelor whose friends posted an ad at a bus stop, labeling him as “Chicago’s Most Eligible Bachelor.” The poster was all a big prank, but Ryan’s friends do seriously want to help him with his dating game and turned to Steve Harvey for help. Steve gave him a head-to-toe makeover, along with some simple tips to incorporate some confidence and swag. Steve even set him up at a party, where he was the guest of honor, with each of his friends bringing two of their female friends to introduce him to. Three of those women piqued his interest, but it was TAYLOR who he chose to go on a date with. Today, we get to see how that date went. Tune-in to see if Steve was able to make a love match for “Chicago’s Most Eligible Bachelor!”
- Then, at just 30 years old, MYRON ROLLE’s life reads like a movie script. In college, he was a star football player at Florida State. He postponed playing in the NFL for one year, because he was selected as a Rhodes Scholar and studied at Oxford for a year. He was then drafted by the NFL, where he played for the Tennessee Titans. After three seasons in the NFL, he’s made headlines again for his latest achievement – being accepted into the Neuro-Surgery program at Harvard University! Tune-in to hear Myron’s inspirational life story and how he’s giving back with his foundation that focuses on mentoring foster kids in the Bahamas and Florida.
- And Steve welcomes the stars of Animal Planet’s “The Vet Life,” Dr. Diarra Blue, Dr. Aubrey Ross and Dr. Michael Lavigne, who run the Cy-Fair Animal Hospital in Houston. The vets will offer their professional opinions to two viewers who have questions about their pets. Callie’s cat Nessie has horrible breath, and Sophia’s Dachshund Leo prefers to eat human food, as opposed to his dog kibble.