Returning GGG chefs are ready to contest their defeats by taking on their former Flavortown rivals in three winner-take-all grudge matches worth a guaranteed $5,000 each! In the first grudge match, two chefs who were originally forced to team up go head-to-head in a decadent dinner challenge using only ingredients that start with the same letter. In the second grudge match, two chefs from Guy Fieri's Summer Games are back to make a fine dining dinner featuring the ingredient that caused them headaches in their original match-up. In the final grudge match, GGG judge Duskie Estes is back to redeem her surprise loss to fellow judge Troy Johnson by creating a California dinner using nine items or less.
Chefs who just met are forced to pair up and compete against other teams of perfect strangers for a shot at big money. First, teams must serve up a fried feast using only ingredients that begin with the letter "F." Next, the duos must create a fine dining dinner on a bare-bones budget. The surviving team is confronted with the most diabolical surprise yet: do they want to split $10,000 as friends, or compete against each other as foes in one last winner-take-all challenge worth $20,000?
Three all-star judges -- Beau MacMillan, Aarti Sequeira and Justin Warner -- and their moms are ready to shop and cook their way to a $20,000 victory for charity. First, Guy Fieri's mom gives the judge/mom duos a list of mandatory ingredients to feature in a Mother's Day dinner. Next, the chefs throw it back to their childhoods when Guy has them do all the shopping for their childhood favorite using kiddie carts. Mamma mia!
Three of Grocery Games' biggest winners are taking each other on to earn the right to battle an Iron Chef. First they must flip the ingredients in the camping classic, s'mores, into a high-end dinner. Then, the two survivors must make an elevated lunch using only one ingredient per aisle. The last GGG chef standing goes head-to-head against Iron Chef Alex Guarnaschelli in a battle featuring three secret ingredients! With $10,000 on the line, the question is: Whose cuisine will reign supreme?
It's a Father's Day feast when three dads and their kids pit their family recipes against each other for a shot at $20,000! First, they must make their greatest grilled dinner using the processed ingredients found in the store's middle aisle. Then, dads and kids enjoy a round of bowling that will determine the store ingredients they'll have to score for their game day favorites.
Three pairs of twins team up to show that two head chefs are better than one at winning up to $20,000 in Flavortown! First, chefs who share the same birthday have to turn birthday cake ingredients in a delicious dinner. Then, the remaining family duos roll a pair of dice to determine the crazy culinary restrictions for their "classic duo" dish.
The market has been turned into a midway so that four carnival food chefs can compete for a jackpot worth up to $20,000! First, they try their luck spinning a wheel of chance for the ingredients in their fried classic. Next, chefs play Guy Fieri's arcade favorite, Spree Ball, to determine the budget for their "something on a stick" specialty. Then, the final two chefs use darts to pop the balloons that determine which aisles they can shop to create elevated carnival food.
Four burger masters are ready to see how they stack up against each other in a contest worth up to $20,000. First, the chefs must shop for the ingredients for an over-the-top burger using an underwhelming, tiny bag. Next, the chefs make their take on a classic burger without any of the classic ingredients. Then, when one of the finalists falls by the wayside, the judges are forced to hustle their buns and compete in a surprise burger finale.
Guy Fieri invites a family of four chefs to go head-to-head in a fun-filled face-off for big bucks and bragging rights! First, the family members are forced to make a hot lunch using only five pounds of ingredients. Next, family members serve up their best noodle dish using the goofy ingredients they get from a gumball machine. Finally, it's kin against kin as the last two chefs make their family favorite dish using ingredients from either the odd- or even-numbered aisles.
Four American heroes -- a cop, a firefighter, an EMT and an Air Force vet -- test their culinary might in a battle worth up to $20,000. First, the heroes are inspired by legendary rapper-turned-judge Rev Run to "wok this way," using a wok to shop for and cook a hearty crew meal. Next, the chefs must test their skills in Guy Fieri's classic arcade game, Spree Ball, to determine the ingredients in their hero sandwiches. Then, the final two attempt to make a leisurely day off dinner, but Guy announces "closing time!" without warning.