Men have to pay attention to sports, Harvey continued. "We've got to be abreast of this so we can participate as men the next day," he said.
Rina, who is 30 and married, asked why men aren't as chivalrous after they get married.
"Chivalry never changes," Harvey said. "It is just you stop expecting it and you expect less. ... He will do the same things if you keep expecting it and requiring it."
Harvey said he still opens the car door for his wife "because she is going to stand there and require that I do the same things. Chivalry doesn't stop, it is just that women stop requiring it and expecting less."