TODAY | February 18, 2013
>>> back here at rockefeller plaza , i'm here with steve harvey , who is co-hosting the next couple of hours. you have a segment on your show called "ask steve ." we're at the nbc experience store across the street. we're going to play ask steve .
>> all right.
>> go ahead, sarah.
>> my girlfriends and i have all been married over 30 years. do you have any advice for us or our husbands?
>> i think you're doing great if you've been married over 30 years. you should actually write a book. most people don't make it that far. congratulations. keep doing what you've been doing. keep it fresh and new. that's all.
>> all right, sarah, thank you.
>> it's working.
>> all right. we've got leslie from georgia. she also has a relationship question.
>> hey, steve , good morning. my mother is going to kill me. she's in her mid 50s and she's looking for love. do you have any relationship advice for her? hey, mom.
>> well now everybody at the church knows it's your mama now. that will be real good. i tell people all the time, i used to be against online dating but it really is a smart way to go. it helps you weed through some of the garbage without wasting your time going out. no need getting dressed up for a guy that's not worth it.
>> stay at the computer. okay. karen from florida about parenting.
>> i have a very strong willed 6-year-old that will not get out of my bed. what do you suppose i do?
>> how about you buy the 6-year-old a bed? that's a new concept. it's called children's furniture. no, you know, i mean, are you married?
>> yeah, it's got to be --
>> the only one that won't get out of the bed.
>> well, you know, you just have to make it a little more interesting in his bed, you know, because he can't be in there because dad's really not happy, i'm sure. dad's little playpen is pretty much shut down.
>> all right. that brings us to christina from mississippi. another question about parenting.
>> good morning. how are you?
>> good. how are you?
>> i'm great. hypothetically speaking if you were on the airplane and your child got slapped in the face, what would you do?
>> well, i'm familiar with this story right here. and you just want me to give you an honest answer? they're going to need a lot of policemen at the gate when we land. if you slap my child, you're completely out of line. i don't slap my children. you can't come on a plane and slap my child. i'm going to have to do some very undaytime things to you. let's leave it at that.
>> it's probably a good place to wrap up. steve harvey