Chopped host Ted Allen and Food Network's Damaris Phillips try to rewrite history. Attempting to make Bobby Flay's domination a thing of the past are Southern heirloom chef Paul Fehribach and spunky pan-Asian chef Sara Nguyen.
It's a battle of Southern chefs as Houston's Roshni Gurnani faces off against New Orleans' Carl Schaubhut. Coaching them to victory against Bobby Flay are Worst Cooks in America's Anne Burrell and Chopped's Marcus Samuelsson.
Well-traveled chef Zach Meloy takes on a New Orleans transplant to Brooklyn, Chef Matt Pace, to prove their culinary chops. It's up to Beach Bites' Katie Lee and Best Bakers in America's Scott Conant to decide who has the skills to beat Bobby Flay.
The laughs are flowing when comedian Tony Rock and jokester Alex Guarnaschelli heckle Bobby Flay in his own kitchen. Delaware chef Bill Clifton and Long Island's Stephan Bogardus compete for the last laugh.
Chef and restaurateur Richard Blais and TV host Natalie Morales have their sights set on taking down Bobby Flay. They bring in San Antonio's premiere Mexican chef Johnny Hernandez and skilled New Jersey chef Coby Farrow to kick Bobby out of his own kitchen.
Chopped's Alex Guarnaschelli and Cake Boss Buddy Valastro don't sugarcoat their desire to take down Bobby Flay. The princess of pastry Paulette Goto and sweet sensation Zac Young return for a chance at revenge.
Bobby Flay's good friends Michael Symon and Alex Guarnaschelli are back in the arena and looking to fire up a win. But before they can declare a new grill master, chefs Armando Litiatco and Mikala Brennan have to battle for a chance to smoke Bobby out.