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Season 2, Episode 5

Hog Wild in Memphis

The final four trucks land in Memphis, Tenn., the barbeque capitol of the world, at Court Square Park. For the most grueling Truck Stop challenge yet, the teams have four hours to retrieve a 100 lb. hog from legendary BBQ joint The Rendezvous, carry it back their truck, butcher it and create a barbeque sauce and dish on the master pit. Stakes are high as the dishes are judged by Jim Neely, the godfather of Memphis barbeque. The teams begin to sell in the city, when Tyler calls with the Speed Bump: for the remainder of the weekend, the teams may not sell any dishes with meat. On the second day of selling, Tyler adds another game changer when informs the teams a local food blogger is presenting immunity from elimination to the truck with the best vegetarian dining experience.

Tuesday
Sep 13
8pm | 7c
Season 2, Episode 7

Miami Heat

The final two teams arrive in Miami to a breathtaking view of this iconic city and receive their final challenge — each team must make $15,000 dollars and then race to the finish line in South Beach, and the winner gets the $100,000 grand prize. Of course, the finale is filled with twists and turns that no team can anticipate and the first Speed Bump creates chaos as Tyler has both trucks towed away in the middle of the night. Then, the teams are rocked with a second Speed Bump - their current locations are shut down and they must head to the Cuban enclave of Little Havana. On day three, the finalists meet Tyler at the Miami River for the long awaited Truck Stop challenge: the teams will create a delicious seafood dish for local chef Michael Schwartz, but they must head out on fishing boats in the Atlantic Ocean to catch the fish on their own. As the trucks close in on the grand prize, it's time for the final Speed Bump - the teams must shut down and become a dessert truck for two hours on the final day.

Saturday
Sep 24
8pm | 7c
Season 2, Episode 7

Miami Heat

The final two teams arrive in Miami to a breathtaking view of this iconic city and receive their final challenge — each team must make $15,000 dollars and then race to the finish line in South Beach, and the winner gets the $100,000 grand prize. Of course, the finale is filled with twists and turns that no team can anticipate and the first Speed Bump creates chaos as Tyler has both trucks towed away in the middle of the night. Then, the teams are rocked with a second Speed Bump - their current locations are shut down and they must head to the Cuban enclave of Little Havana. On day three, the finalists meet Tyler at the Miami River for the long awaited Truck Stop challenge: the teams will create a delicious seafood dish for local chef Michael Schwartz, but they must head out on fishing boats in the Atlantic Ocean to catch the fish on their own. As the trucks close in on the grand prize, it's time for the final Speed Bump - the teams must shut down and become a dessert truck for two hours on the final day.

Saturday
Oct 1
8pm | 7c
Season 3, Episode 1

3,559 Miles to a Dream

Eight teams of aspiring Food Truck owners arrive in Long Beach, Calif., to kick off this season's Great Food Truck Race: Lighthouse to Lighthouse. Host Tyler Florence welcomes the teams and presents them with the food trucks of their dreams and matching cars. The teams are then sent directly to the toughest, most cutthroat place in the food truck universe: the place where it all started, Los Angeles. These rookies learn quickly that running a food truck is much harder than it looks, and the seven surviving teams realize that they are in for the ride of their lives.

Friday
Aug 24
2am | 1c
Season 3, Episode 4

Baby Got Razorback

The five remaining teams roll into Fayetteville, Ark., a college town bustling with teenagers. Their Truck Stop Challenge is targeted at this audience as they must create an amazing breakfast dish using Kellogg's Pop Tarts. One of the nation's top teen chefs, Jeremy Salamon, stops by the trucks to taste their creations and award a prize. After the breakfast shift, Tyler calls with a major Speed Bump. He shuts the trucks down completely until the late night shift. The teams then have to scrape together sales overnight, ending well after the sun comes up.

Sunday
Sep 9
9pm | 8c
Season 3, Episode 4

Baby Got Razorback

The five remaining teams roll into Fayetteville, Ark., a college town bustling with teenagers. Their Truck Stop Challenge is targeted at this audience as they must create an amazing breakfast dish using Kellogg's Pop Tarts. One of the nation's top teen chefs, Jeremy Salamon, stops by the trucks to taste their creations and award a prize. After the breakfast shift, Tyler calls with a major Speed Bump. He shuts the trucks down completely until the late night shift. The teams then have to scrape together sales overnight, ending well after the sun comes up.

Sunday
Sep 16
7pm | 6c
Season 4, Episode 7

Capital Gains

With their eyes on the grand prize, the final teams are sent to the east coast in this last leg of The Great Food Truck Race. After a stop in Annapolis, Md., the teams meet Tyler on a Chesapeake Bay island where they haul the crab that will become part of an original crab dish. It may be the most important dish they've ever cooked — as the team with the best crab dish wins a potentially game-changing $1,500 prize. After a surprise elimination, the final two teams are sent to the D.C. suburbs and then into Washington, D.C. where they meet Tyler in front of the U.S. Capitol building and find out who will win $50,000 and ride off in their new food truck.

Sunday
Mar 9
1am | 12c
Season 5, Episode 1

Venice Beach Brawl

Host Tyler Florence welcomes eight new teams of aspiring food truck owners to Santa Barbara, Calif., where they must first define their brands and create a signature dish for an afternoon of sales. Then, Tyler sends them to Venice, Calif., where the owners of L.A.'s top food truck will taste each team's signature dish. The seven surviving teams realize they're in the ride for their lives as they continue to battle it out for the grand prize of $50,000 and their very own food truck!

Sunday
Aug 24
6pm | 5c
Season 5, Episode 2

Hot Doggin' It In Tucson

Tyler greets the teams in Tucson, Ariz., where they must come up with a creative marketing campaign. Later, they must put their twists on a local hot dog favorite, with the top sellers winning bonus cash. The next day, the teams must create and perform a catchy jingle at the Tucson Folk Music Festival.

Saturday
Aug 30
5pm | 4c
Season 5, Episode 3

Dinner Dates, Austin Style

This week, Tyler tests each team on their partnership skills in Austin, Texas. The teams are first paired up to sell together all weekend long, and are then sent for a Match.com event, feeding the hungriest singles in Austin. The next day, the teams must switch trucks and sell their partners' food. Then, the elimination comes down to a six dollar deficit.

Sunday
Sep 7
6pm | 5c
Season 5, Episode 4

High Steaks in OKC

Tyler meets the teams in Oklahoma City, where he tests their time management skills, penalizing the team who takes the longest to get their day started. The teams must also embrace local favorites, adding a steak dish to their menu on the first day, and then grinding 20 pounds of prime meat by hand to sell the local classic "fried onion burger" on the second. And only four teams will be left to push through the midway point of this competition.

Sunday
Sep 7
9pm | 8c
Season 5, Episode 4

High Steaks in OKC

Tyler meets the teams in Oklahoma City, where he tests their time management skills, penalizing the team who takes the longest to get their day started. The teams must also embrace local favorites, adding a steak dish to their menu on the first day, and then grinding 20 pounds of prime meat by hand to sell the local classic "fried onion burger" on the second. And only four teams will be left to push through the midway point of this competition.

Saturday
Aug 22
8pm | 7c
Season 5, Episode 6

Shrimpin' Ain't Easy

The three remaining teams roll into Mobile, Ala., where Tyler challenges them to cook locally. After enduring sub-zero temperatures, one team walks away with nearly 100 pounds of fresh gulf shrimp free of charge from a local wholesaler. Once they hit the streets of Mobile, Tyler challenges them to add a brunch dish to their menu, and local chef Pete Bloeme is on hand to help Tyler determine the winner of the Truck Stop Cooking Challenge. One team is eliminated on the deck of the USS Alabama, leaving the final two teams primed for the grand finale.

Saturday
Aug 22
10pm | 9c

About the Show

This is The Great Food Truck Race: Family Face-Off, where six teams made up of family members and best friends hit the road as first-time food truck operators to cook their way along the California coast. Each week, the teams that sell the most food race on to the next episode; the losing team drives home. In the end, one food truck remains, and the team behind the wheel wins the $50,000 grand prize.

About the Host

Tyler Florence

For the past 15 years, Chef Tyler Florence has delighted the masses by sharing the sights, sounds and flavors of his unique culinary vision with fans around the world. After graduating from the prestigious culinary program at Johnson & Wales University, Florence tackled the Big Apple where he helmed multiple acclaimed restaurants and established himself as one of New York City’s finest young stars.

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