TV Schedule

Sunday, Oct 22

7:00
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Episode 0201

Patricia Heaton invites childhood friend Sally Block and comedian Andy Kindler for a groovy night of 70s favorites. Patty goes retro all the way with her creamy, delicious Pistachio Cheese Log, followed by her far-out take on a party favorite: Rumaki, done two ways. Then, kick back with a Harvey Wallbanger Cocktail and a Waldorf Salad that will never go out of style!

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7:30
AM
Episode 0409

Today, Trisha is cooking straight up comfort food to welcome her friend Wendy Williams to the South. What better way to introduce her friend to Southern cooking than by having her help out in the kitchen? Trisha will be teaching Wendy how to make her Ribbon Meatloaf, Creamed Style Corn and decadent Banana Pudding. Trisha's even created a special Cherry Ginger Julep just for Wendy.

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8:00
AM
Episode 0206

Nancy is having three special mothers over to celebrate Mother's Day. Nancy heads to a local maple tree farm for a delicious and fresh maple syrup for their breakfast of Buttermilk Pancakes With Blueberry Syrup; Sausage, Spinach and Potato Breakfast Tart; Citrus Salad With Pistachios and Honey Vinaigrette and Bloody Marias With Bacon Wrapped Cornichons.

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8:30
AM
Episode 0301

Damaris is hosting a late night feast, inspired by a lively zombie walk she saw in Louisville. A stunning Red Wine Spaghetti With Meatballs is followed by the perfect sweet treat, her decadent Banana Pudding. There's also Mulled Wine for her costumed party guests to sip on.

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9:00
AM
Episode 0104

Nancy Fuller heads to her friend's sheep farm to pick up some fresh lamb for a fall feast! After the family is stuffed from an early dinner of Lamb Stew With Sherry and Mushrooms and Roasted Russet Wedges With Balsamic Vinegar and Rosemary, they head to their local pumpkin patch to pick some pumpkins. Finally, Nancy makes a From Scratch Pumpkin Pie and Spiced Cider the whole family enjoys over the first fire of the season!

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9:30
AM
Episode 0202

Nancy is hosting a welcome home party for her nephew and his service buddies who have just gotten back from Afghanistan. They're hungry for an All-American home cooked meal and Nancy is happy to oblige, making Fried Pork Chops, Braised Kale and Tomatoes, Apple Pie With Cheddar Cheese Crust and Beer Ginger Shandy.

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10:00
AM
Episode 0311

Nancy is hosting a Murder Mystery Farmhouse Dinner with some friends on Halloween. She makes Garlicky Chicken Parmesan, Green Broccoli Cauldron Soup, Blood Red Velvet Cake and Hemlock Cocktails for the party, which is complete with costumes, characters and a classic whodunit!

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10:30
AM
Episode 0509

It's Halloween and Nancy Fuller is pulling out all the freaky stops, turning her happy farm into a haunted adventure! Dressed as the Bride of Frankenstein, she's inviting her friends and children from the neighborhood over to enjoy some ghoulish treats: Cheesy Spider Dip, Bursting Intestines, Sweet Pumpkin Mousse, Bloodshot Buckeyes, and Black Death Fizzes to wash it all down.

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11:00
AM
Episode 1004

It's Ina and Jeffrey's wedding anniversary and Ina's got a romantic game plan guaranteed to impress. There's an incredible menu of Crispy Mustard Chicken, Creamy Cheddar Grits, Crispy Roasted Kale and Chocolate Peanut Butter Globs, a perfect alfresco setting and special trip to the vineyard organized by Jeffrey.

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11:30
AM
Episode 1605

Ree Drummond's filling the fridge with the kids' favorite foods while they're all helping out at the Merc. First, there's Paige's Quiche with her pick of fillings. Then, a Broccoli Cheese Mac and Cheese mash-up as ordered by Bryce the deli line entertainer and restorative Chicken Noodle Soup for the Merc's newest recruit, porter Todd. Finally, Berry Yogurt Parfaits that they all love -- a perfect sweet treat from mom after a hard day's work.

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12:00
PM
Episode 0703

Trisha Yearwood's nephews and his college pals are hosting their first game day party and need Trisha's help, so she shows them how to make a variety game day dips: Black-Eyed Pea Dip, Caramelized Onion Dip and Pistachio Cheese Dip. Then, a manly riff on Pigs in a Blanket, hearty Cornbread-Chili Casserole and Quick Chocolate Chip Cookies.

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12:30
PM
Episode 0108H

Forget Taco Tuesday -- Chef Bobby Flay and Damaris Phillips believe in tacos every day! They talk about everything tacos while enjoying Bobby's seared pineapple salsa and homemade tortilla chips, then kick things off by grinding their own corn to make tortillas from scratch. For breakfast, Bobby makes Huevos a la Mexicano Tacos with Chipotle-Honey Relish, then Damaris turns up the heat with her Spicy Bean Taco. Finally, Damaris shows the taco's sweet side with her decadent Ice Cream Tacos.

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1:00
PM
Episode 1413H

Grab a mimosa and get ready to enjoy another fall brunch show packed with recipes like Sunny Anderson's Funky Monkey Bread Pudding. Jeff Mauro and Katie Lee share recipes for Pancake Tacos -- or Pacos. In Tool Takedown: Brunch Edition, the gang adds fun new flavors to amp up oatmeal. Chef Meny Vaknin serves up his Mediterranean Eggs and Geoffrey Zakarian warms things up with Apple Cider Brunch Punch.

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2:00
PM
Episode 3403

In the second Alton's Challenge battle, there's a dehydration theme for the baskets, and Alton Brown demonstrates a home hack that makes removing moisture from food a breeze. The first round has the chefs making quick use of instant mashed potatoes, then an Alton specialty is one of the mandatory ingredients for the entree round. A diabolical dessert basket has the chefs scrambling to make dehydrated eggs work in their final plates.

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3:00
PM
Episode 1604

Halloween means very frightening surprises in the baskets for the chefs. In the first round, they encounter a very troublesome, bloody protein and a can of chips that's more than meets the eye. The three chefs who move on to the second round are in for something gooey and gory -- and something that is just offal. The final two chefs boldly move on to a devilishly difficult dessert round.

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4:00
PM
Episode 3003

Four one-of-a-kind cooks have dressed up for Halloween in the Chopped Kitchen, and the judges are eager to see what a drag queen, a witch, a medieval re-enactor and a bloody-faced warrior will cook for them using a wild collection of appetizer ingredients! Some frightening sights in the second basket turn out to be pretty nice picks for a pork tenderloin entree, and a spiky fruit and clever cookie-crumb creation are two of the ingredients that the final competitors get to scare up a dessert.

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5:00
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Episode 3502

Creepy surprises and freaky finds -- the chefs are sure to be spooked by what they get in the baskets for Halloween! A special meat platter grabs the competitors' attention at the start of round one, then a certain frightening ingredient is staring back at the chefs from the entree basket. The two finalists get hyped up on Halloween candy as they scare up some creative desserts.

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6:00
PM
Episode 0703

Four remaining teams made up of an expert pumpkin carver, a cake artist and a sugar artist go into battle to create astonishing and delectable Halloween-themed displays that capture what happens when all of the most macabre monsters throw their own ghastly Halloween party. Juliet Landau, who portrayed fan-favorite vampire Drusilla on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel, serves as guest judge.

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7:00
PM
Episode 1301

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.

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8:00
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Episode 1504

Four thrifty chefs are given only one five-minute shop and $60 to buy all the groceries to last them the entire competition. Without returning to the market to replenish their supplies, the chefs must make a comfort classic breakfast, a spicy lunch and a fried dinner. The chef that makes their single shop count and serves up the best meals earns a final Flavortown shopping trip worth up to $20,000.

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9:00
PM
Episode 0704

The three remaining teams made up of an expert pumpkin carver, a cake artist and a sugar artist go into battle to create stunning and scrumptious Halloween-themed displays that imagine what happens when a horrifying undead ghoul hosts their own zombie cooking show! Bryan Fuller, executive producer and creator of Hannibal and American Gods, joins the judging panel.

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10:00
PM
Episode SP05

Another $15,000 is at stake as two teams of master food artists face off in another Hayride of Horror battle. To win, they'll have to combine cake, sugar and carved pumpkin to show how to survive a night escaping the demonic inhabitants of a possessed zoo.

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11:00
PM
Episode 0104H

Five bakers are left, and for the Skills Challenge, they tackle the deceptively simple creme brulee. For the Master Challenge, the task is to bake up their take on the complex and beautiful opera cake, a six-layer masterpiece said to evoke the tiers of the Paris Opera House, which must feature the flavor of hazelnut. One baker is given his or her marching orders by judges Jason Smith and Marcela Valladolid and host Adam Rapoport.

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12:00
AM
Episode 0704

The three remaining teams made up of an expert pumpkin carver, a cake artist and a sugar artist go into battle to create stunning and scrumptious Halloween-themed displays that imagine what happens when a horrifying undead ghoul hosts their own zombie cooking show! Bryan Fuller, executive producer and creator of Hannibal and American Gods, joins the judging panel.

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1:00
AM
Episode SP05

Another $15,000 is at stake as two teams of master food artists face off in another Hayride of Horror battle. To win, they'll have to combine cake, sugar and carved pumpkin to show how to survive a night escaping the demonic inhabitants of a possessed zoo.

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2:00
AM
Episode 0104H

Five bakers are left, and for the Skills Challenge, they tackle the deceptively simple creme brulee. For the Master Challenge, the task is to bake up their take on the complex and beautiful opera cake, a six-layer masterpiece said to evoke the tiers of the Paris Opera House, which must feature the flavor of hazelnut. One baker is given his or her marching orders by judges Jason Smith and Marcela Valladolid and host Adam Rapoport.

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3:00
AM
Episode 1504

Four thrifty chefs are given only one five-minute shop and $60 to buy all the groceries to last them the entire competition. Without returning to the market to replenish their supplies, the chefs must make a comfort classic breakfast, a spicy lunch and a fried dinner. The chef that makes their single shop count and serves up the best meals earns a final Flavortown shopping trip worth up to $20,000.

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Sunday, Oct 22