The chips are all in when world-traveled chef Philippe Haddad meets New York's Chef Melissa O'Donnell. It's up to Scott Conant and Geoffrey Zakarian to place their bets on the chef who they think can beat Bobby Flay.
Food Network Star alums Alex McCoy and Jay Ducote are in the house to outshine Bobby Flay. Food Network Star winner Damaris Phillips teams up with Chef Richard Blais to ensure that Bobby's star burns out.
The kitchen gets steamy when Derek Simcik, named Sexiest Chef, goes up against Philadelphia's haute chef, Sylva Senat. Chopped's Chris Santos and Marc Murphy choose which chef will burn Bobby Flay.
It's a roller coaster of a battle when Carnival Eats' Noah Cappe teams up with Worst Cooks in America's Anne Burrell to choose between Los Angeles' acclaimed chef Mark Peel and Brooklyn's Nick Williams. At the end of the night, all they want is to see Bobby Flay throw his arms up in defeat.
Things get shrewd when Iron Chef's Alex Guarnaschelli and Alton Brown join forces. It's up to partners in business and in life, chefs Lisa Carlson and Carrie Summer, to outsmart the one and only Bobby Flay!
Bobby Flay won't know what hit him when Chicago's Ian Davis and one of food's finest, Chef Joseph Keller, enter the arena. Chopped's Ted Allen and Worst Cook in America's Anne Burrell team up to ensure the knockout.
Food Network's Giada De Laurentiis and People Magazine's Jess Cagle reach for the stars when they match up Atlanta's dynamic Greek chef Pano Karatassos and New York City's Mimi Weissenborn to take down Bobby Flay.
It's all hands on deck when Napa Valley's Daniel Gomez Sanchez competes against Atlanta's Matthew Ridgway. TV host Daphne Oz and Food Network's Eddie Jackson hold nothing back when it comes to slaying Bobby Flay.
Food Network's Alton Brown and Amanda Freitag ensure there's no funny business when Napa Valley's Gregory Wiener and comedian Daphne Brogdon compete to boo Bobby Flay out of his kitchen.