In the real world, building and stocking a new grocery store can take two years. When producers needed to create a life-size, working supermarket for Guy's Grocery Games, they had three weeks. As many fans know from watching the show, the 24,000-square-foot set is a fully functioning grocery store — all 100,000 items have been inventoried and priced and are ready for scanning at the register. "Every chef walks out of here asking, 'Are you going to open one of these in Cincinnati?' or 'Can you bring this place to Texas?' I just say, 'Nope, this is one of a kind,'" notes Triple G's host, Guy Fieri.