Guy Fieri and his son Hunter decide to take a trip down memory lane and watch one of their favorite GGG episodes: All-Star Vegetarian Games. Hunter surprises his dad by challenging him to cook along with the challenges featured in the show. Guy gets a taste of what he puts chefs through as Hunter makes sure his dad follows all the challenge rules and sticks to the 30-minute clock. GGG judge Justin Warner joins Guy to assess his dishes, compare them to the dishes in the episode and decide if Guy is able to keep up with his own challenges.
Guy Fieri gets a taste of the GGG experience when his son Hunter makes him watch and cook along to a special behind-the-scenes episode of Guy's Grocery Games. Guy tries to keep up with all the challenges, curve balls and chaos of the games, and to top it off, his food is judged by a surprise guest who knows a thing or two about competing on the show.
Guy Fieri's son Hunter and Chef Antonia Lofaso turn the tables on Guy at home by challenging him to cook along with a burger-based episode of GGG. He must overcome the same ingredient restrictions as the chefs in the episode, but in the second round, Guy gets the last word with a few final twists and turns of his own.
Hunter Fieri puts his dad, Guy, through Triple G boot camp when a few guests drop in to pay the Fieris a visit and play along with action-packed Salute the Troops games. In round one, Guy chooses a teammate to make an American comfort classic with him. In round two, the Fieris double down on chaos when the team makes a victory dinner and food flies in the Fieri family mess hall.
The heat is on when Guy Fieri's son Hunter challenges Guy to cook along to a GGG episode centered around noodles. When Chef Beau MacMillan drops in for a visit, Guy decides to pull an unexpected twist on his guest.
In celebration of dads, Guy Fieri's sons Hunter and Ryder test their dad's patience when he plays along with a Triple G episode. First, Guy has to make a fried favorite using only ingredients that he can fit in a giant coffee mug. Then anything can happen in the Fieri house with a game of Grocery Golf.
Guy Fieri's son Hunter puts Guy's culinary knowledge to the test by challenging him to cook along with a GGG episode jam-packed with food trivia. In each round, Guy earns advantages to help him overcome the cooking obstacles. GGG judges Troy and Claire Johnson drop in to push Guy's expertise to the limit.
Guy Fieri's son Hunter turns the family kitchen into a spelling bee when he has Guy cook along to an X-tremely challenging GGG episode where the contestants can only cook with ingredients that start with one letter of the alphabet. Chef Michael Voltaggio pays a visit to watch Guy maneuver the games, but he learns quickly that in Guy's kitchen, the tables can always turn.
Hunter Fieri turns the tables on his dad, Guy, when he challenges him to watch and cook along to a fan-favorite, action-packed GGG episode. But Guy doesn't have to compete alone -- Chef Michael Voltaggio drops by to join Guy in their own winning team. In round one, they have to shop Guy's own kitchen to make a surf 'n' turf dish. Then a surprise twist in round two may give Guy the last laugh.